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Q: Where did Patrick Henry say these united colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent states?
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What documents proclaims that these united colonies should be free and independent states?

The declaration of independence!


Why was the declaration important?

it was the official document that declared the 13 colonies (united states) as an independent country.


Who said these United Colonies are and of the right ought to be free and the independent states?

Richard Henry Lee


The Phoenicians colonies never united because?

They were independent city-states with their own society and economy.


When did the phrase the US of America originate?

The first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Paine, in February, 1776, had written of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States," were used in 1775 and 1776. The first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Paine, in February, 1776, had written of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States," were used in 1775 and 1776.


Why couldn't The Phoenician colonies ever united?

They were not colonies, they were independent city-states which jealously preserved the independence which arose from their initial establishment as such.


Are there 13 states in United States?

Not now, but back when the United States became an independent country, there were 13 original states (they had been colonies before declaring independence from England). There are 50 states in the United States today.


What was the name of the document in which England finally recognized the colonies as free as an independent country?

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.


Who said these united colonies areand ought to be free and independent states?

I think it was Richard Henry Lee.


Who Moved that these united colonies are and of a right ought to be free and independent states?

Richard Henry lee BIANCA


Who said That these United Colonies are and of right out to be free and independent States?

Richard Henry Lee And it's ought, not out


Who moved on June 7 1776 That these United Colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent States that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown?

Richard Henry Lee moved that these united colonies are and of a right ought to be free and independent states on June 7, 1776.


Who owned the U.S. before it was independent?

Prior to independence the lands that would become the original states of the United States were colonies of England.


What was the effect of the british taxation on the colonies as a whole?

The effect of British taxation on the colonies was the Revolutionary War and the United States of America became an independent nation.


How did America become independent and adopt the name United States of America?

America became independent following the American Revolutionary War. The American colonies defeated Great Britain, with help from France, Holland, and Spain, and established a new country. According to the National Archives, the first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Paine had written four months earlier (February, 1776) of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States," were also used in 1775 and 1776.


Why did the Phoenician colonies never united because?

Except for Carthage, they were trading colonies, operated by the trading city-states of Phoenicia, which were themselves independent of each other.


Who named the United States and why?

According to the National Archives <<The first known use of the formal term "United States of America" was in the Declaration of Independence. Thomas Paine, in February, 1776, had written of "Free and independent States of America." The terms "United Colonies," "United Colonies of America," "United Colonies of North America," and also "States," were used in 1775 and 1776.>> http://www.archives.gov/national-archives-experience/charters/constitution_q_and_a.html


Which document stated that the United Colonies were free and independent states cleared from all allegiance to the British Crown?

Resolution of Independence


When was United States Office of the Independent Counsel created?

United States Office of the Independent Counsel was created in 1983.


When did United States Office of the Independent Counsel end?

United States Office of the Independent Counsel ended in 1999.


What taxes did Britain put on the US?

Britain did not put any taxes on the United States. Britain placed taxes on her colonies in America.When some of the colonists objected to how that was done, there was a war and Britain recognized that 13 of her colonies were independent states that had joined to form the United States of America.


Is the United States media independent?

Yes, it is definitely independent.


The 13th colonies?

what are the 13th colonies of the United States of America?


How many colonies are in the US?

there are 13 colonies in the united states


What was the US's name before the revolution?

The United States did not have a collective name. It was known colloquially as the "Thirteen Colonies" but the colonies were each considered independent, like mini-countries as opposed to the modern conception of federal states.