The thirteen original colonies became the first thirteen states in The United States of America.
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The thirteen original colonies were founded within the United States (although not named that as of the colonization period).
The way the thirteen colonies became the United States is by Britain and the original 13 colonies having a war. The thirteen colonies over threw Britain, and became free from there rule. the colonies then became the United States of America.
they weren't called the united states until after 1776 past the time when there were only thirteen colonies.
The thirteen colonies are on the east side of the US. However, the thirteen colonies existed before the United States, just in case you forgot.
Before the United States, or in this case, the Thirteen Colonies became their own country, the United Kingdom owned what would be considered the territory of the Colonies before the Colonies declared war in 1775
They became the United States.
Yes. It was the 2nd state of the United States.
The thirteen stripes on the US Flag represent the original thirteen colonies.
South Carolina was never a territory of the United States. It was one of the thirteen colonies that became the thirteen original states.
The Thirteen Colonies were colonies of the British Empire, not of the United States, therefore The United States acquired that land over a period of time known as "the American Revolution" at the conclusion of which in 1783 one could rightfully say the land had been fully "acquired"
Of course not. All of the 13 colonies were on the East Coast of what is now the United States.
The thirteen colonies. When we won the war, the colonies became the first thirteen states.
Yes? The United States of America are from the thirteen english colonies.
No, it was one of the Original Thirteen Colonies and the 4th member of the United States.
At one point, each of the original thirteen colonies belonged to England. They were not called the United States at the time, but got that title after independence in 1776.
13 technically there was no states they were colonies
The original 13 colonies were the united states at one time, they loosely joined together under the Articles of Confederation.
All thirteen of them, hence that famous title The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.
The original thirteen states were first called colonies (because they were British Colonies).
I assume by "the colonies" the question refers to the Thirteen Colonies which became the United States. The document that recognized the independence of the United States was the Treaty of Paris of 1783.
Because of its strategic location on the eastern shore of the United States.
The 13 colonies became states in 1776. Why: that is when the Revolutionary War took place. Also, on Novermber 30 Britain made a treaty to turn the thirteen colonies to turn the colonies into the United States.