What were the 13 original states of the United states called before they were the states?
They were called Colonies. They became the states of: Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut, Massachussetts, Maryland,South Carolina, New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, North Carolina,and Rhode Island
The first 13 colonies became states with the end of the Revolutionary War and the Articles of Confederation. They did NOT consider themselves to be "United States" since they saw themselves as individual locations. It wasn't until 1789 with the Constitution that they were "united" as states. So, they called themselves "Colonies" and then "United States".
This is the complete list of the ratified and unratified amendments to the United States Constitution which received the approval of the United States Congress. Twenty-seven amendments have been ratified since the original signing of the Constitution, the first ten of which are known collectively as the Bill of Rights. The procedure for amending the United States Constitution is governed by Article V of the original text. There have been many other proposals for amendments…
Before the beginning of the United States involvement in World War Two, a large portion of the United States public did not favor entering into the war. These individuals were called Isolationists and they favored the United States to not involve itself in any foreign wars. Another term for an individual who opposes military action and war is called a pascifist.