North Dakota was not "built". It was established as a US Territory and then became a US state.
See website: US Territory of Hawaii
The Red River
Arizona became a territory in 1863 and a state in 1912.
The piece of legislation that authorized a civil government in Puerto Rico and formally established it as a U. S. territory was the Foraker Act.
No, but a society established by Americans for the resettlement of freedmen did own a territory in Africa between 1822 and 1847. The territory is now known as Liberia.
the foraker act -plato
Ellis island was problaly established as the gateway so that the immigrants on the ship could be check before entering us territory.
That one is hard
Yes. Utah Territory was established in 1850.
Provided residence is established.
The Northwest Territory was acquired on July 13, 1787. It continued to be identified as the Northwest Territory until March 1, 1803 when it was admitted into the Union as the state of Ohio. The Northwest Ordinance was established in 1787 to run the territory and establish rules for statehood.
It is a US Territory.
The British Antarctic Territory claim on Antarctica was established in 1908.
It is not known who mapped the Louisiana territory. The Louisiana territory was established in 1805 and became the state of Louisiana in 1812.
On April 1, 1999, Nunavut became a territory of Canada.
The Northwest Ordinance was the legislation that officially established the Northwest Territory.
The City of Darwin is located in the Northern Territory, Australia. Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory of Australia. Darwin was established in 1869.