New Hampshire was not a territory before it became a state. The New Hampshire Grant actually became the state of Vermont.
The colony of New York included what is now Vermont. Upon the creation of the US, Vermont was not a state but it was not a part of New York State either. It was its own country for a short period of time, then it was admitted to the Union was a separate state. It was never claimed by nor a part of New Hampshire.
New Hampshire became the ninth US State.
Concord became the state capital of New Hampshire in 1808. New Hampshire became the 9th state of the United States on June 21, 1788.
New Hampshire was the 9th state in the USA; it became a state on June 21, 1788.
When it became a state in 1788 there was no US President.
There were four New England Colonies. Massachusetts was settled in 1620, Connecticut and Rhode Island in 1636, and New Hampshire in 1638. Vermont was a territory claimed by New Hampshire and New York that established its independence and joined the United States. Maine was a part of Massachusetts that broke off and became a separate state.
New Hampshire became a state in 1788.
Some was claimed by New York and some by New Hampshire.
The area of northern New York, or western New Hampshire, was called the New Hampshire Grants before it split off as the Republic of Vermont in 1777, which became the 14th state of the United States in 1791.
New Hampshire became a state in 1788
No it was on 21 June 1788 that it became the ninth US State.
1623- founded by John Mason 1641- became part of Massachusetts 1679- became a separate colony again 1720's- became the 9th state (1635- John Mason Died)
Delaware was #1. New Hampshire was #9.
New Hampshire was admitted into the Union on June 21, 1788 becoming the 9th state to join the Union.
Delaware was the first US State.
The new New England colonies were maine new hampshire massachusetts and connecticut After the revolution, these colonies became states; Vermont was established as a state (it had been claimed by New Hampshire and New York), and Maine , previously part of Massachusetts, became a separate state as part of the Missouri Compromise. These six states constitute the region that is now called New England. The 13 colonies were North and South Carolina, Virginia, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maryland, Delaware, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Georgia.
New Hampshire was the first colony to declare its independence from Great Britain and to establish its own government (Jan. 1776 New Hampshire became the ninth colony to separate from Britain The government of new Hampshire is a democratic republic form of state government similar to the united states.
New Hampshire became a state in 1788 when it ratified the US Constitution. It was one of the original thirteen colonies that came the first states.
New Hampshire became a state on June 21, 1788, as the 9th to ratify the Constitution.
New Hampshire Capitals:Boston Massachusetts in 1630 when what is now New Hampshire was still a part of the English Colony of Massachusett Bay. Portsmouth in 1680 when it was the English Province of New Hampshire.Boston in 1686 when it was part of the English Dominion of New-England in America.Portsmouth in 1689 when it was the Providence of New Hampshire.Exeter in 1775 when it was New Hampshire and when it became the State of New Hampshire.Concord in 1808 when it became the second Capital of the State of New Hampshire.