When did the state of California became part of the US?
It became the 31st US State in 1850.
California became part of the US in 1846 when they conquered it during the Mexican War and then became a US State in 1850.
California became the 31st state to join the Union on September 9, 1850.
No when California became a US State in 1850 it became the 31st state.
1850 is when California became a state, during that time, Millard Fillmore was president.
The 31st state that was admitted to the US is California.
California became the 31st state
* Florida became a US State in 1845. * California became a State in 1850. * North Dakota became a State in 1889.
Yes, Hawaii became a US State in 1959 (#50).
Florida became part of the US, as a territory in 1822 and became a state in 1845.
California became the 31st state on September 9, 1850.
Millard Fillmore was the President when California became a US State.
California became the 31st US State in 1850.
It became a US State in 1788.
There are 40 state senators in the California Senate, which is part of the state government. California (and each other state) also gets two US Senators in the US Congress, which is part of the federal government.
Before Wyoming became a US state, it was part of a variety of US territories.
California is a state in the US and not a part of any province.
The US is the owner of California, as the state is a part of the country.
Utah became the 25th US State.
McKinley was the President when it became a Territory and Eisenhower when it became a US State.
It became the 11th US State in 1788.
It became the 27th US State in 1845.
California is the 31st US State.
California was part of the land ceded to the United States by Mexico in 1848 after they lost the Mexican-American War. It became a U.S. state in September 1850. California is one of the very few added states that did not go through a territorial period before statehood. It was rushed to statehood due to the California Gold Rush.
It became a US State in 1796.
It became a US State in 1820.
it became a state in 1777
What is the difference between when Arizona became a state and when Arizona became a part of the US?
Just because it is a part of the US doesn't mean it's a state. It could be a territory, like Puerto Rico.
The state of Missouri became a state in 1821, following the admission of Maine in 1820, as part of the Missouri Compromise.
Many people decided to come to California because of the gold rush and some of them began lobbying to have their own place in the government. Eventually, others took up the cry and California became a state.
Alaska became the 49th state on January 3, 1959.
California became a part of US Territory.
California and Texas
It became a US State on 25 June 1788.
Governor of the US state of California
In 1792, Kentucky became the 15th state in the Union. It was originally a part of the state of Virginia.
What became South Dakota was part of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. It became a state in 1889.
Before it became a state, California was known as Spanish territory until the US claimed it for itself, so yes.
it became a state in 1846. :3
It became a US State in 1791.
Texas qualifies as such.
Connecticut became a state of the US by ratifying the new constitution of the United States. Connecticut became a state of the US by ratifying the new constitution of the United States. Connecticut became a state of the US by ratifying the new constitution of the United States.
It became a US Territory in 1898 and a US State in 1959.
It became a US State in 1959 because it wanted representation as an equal part of the Nation.
Alta California became a part of the US on 2 February 1848 under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.
It became the 38th US State on 1 August 1876.
On 1 June 1796 it became the 16th US State.
It became a US State on 29 May 1790.
It became a US State on 21 August 1959.
It was annexed as a Territory and became a US State (#50) in 1959.