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United States of America
Timeline: Treaty of Friendship, Commerce, and Navigation
US flag with 59 stars by Hellerick Great Seal of the United States (obverse)
Flag Seal
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Location of America

Motto
In God We Trust (English)

Anthem "Star Spangled Banner"
Capital Washington, DC.
Largest city New York City (Population)

Jacksonville (Area)

Other cities San Diego, Quebec, Panama City, Mexico City, Caracas, Havana, San Juan, etc.
Language
  official
 
English
  others Spanish, French, Native Languages, Portuguese
Religion Christianity, Atheism, etc.
Ethnic Groups
  main
 
White, Black, Latino
  others Native American, East Asian, Native Alaskan
Demonym American
Government Republic
  legislature United States in Congress Assembled
Colonel-General John Alfred Williams
President Sarah Palin
Independence July 4, Anno Domini 1776
Currency US Dollar ($)

List of States

  1. Delaware
    Delaware, one of the thirteen colonies, gained its distinction as the "First State" when it was the first to ratify the Constitution on December 7, 1787.
  2. Pennsylvania
    In September 1787, the US Constitution was signed in Philadelphia and on December 12, 1787, Pennsylvania, one of the thirteen colonies, became the second state.
  3. New Jersey
    New Jersey, one of the thirteen colonies, became the third state on December 18, 1787.
  4. Georgia
    Georgia, one of the thirteen colonies, ratified the US Constitution on January 2, 1788, becoming the fourth state to do so; it joined the Confederacy on January 19, 1861, and re-entered the Union after the Civil War.
  5. Connecticut
    Connecticut, one of the thirteen colonies, became the fifth state on January 9, 1788.
  6. Massachusetts
    Originally part of the thirteen colonies, Massachusetts became a state on February 6, 1788
  7. Maryland
    Maryland became the seventh state on April 28, 1788. During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln placed Maryland under military control.
  8. South Carolina
    South Carolina, one of the thirteen colonies, became the eighth state on May 23, 1788. On December 20, 1860, South Carolina became the first state to secede form the Union. It re-entered after the Civil War.
  9. New Hampshire
    In a sense, New Hampshire, originally one of the thirteen colonies, "created" the new nation by becoming the ninth state on June 21, 1788, meeting the requirement for nine states to ratify the Constitution.
  10. Virginia
    Virginia one of the thirteen colonies, became the 10th state on June 25, 1788. Richmond became the capital of the Confederacy on May 29, 1861, but re-entered the Union after the war.
  11. New York
    On July 26, 1788, New York, one of the thirteen colonies, became the 11th state.
  12. North Carolina
    North Carolina, one of the thirteen colonies, became the 12th state on November 21, 1789. North Carolina troops suffered the greatest losses of all the states during the Civil War while fighting for the Confederacy, re-entered the Union after the fighting ceased.
  13. Rhode Island
    Rhode Island was the last of the thirteen colonies to join the Union on May 29, 1790.
  14. Vermont
    Vermont became the first state added to the Union following the 13 colonies on March 1, 1791.
  15. Kentucky
    Kentucky became the first state to be carved from the great western wilderness on June 1, 1792.
  16. Tennessee
    Tennessee became a state on June 1, 1796. On June 8, 1861, it joined the Confederacy and became a major battleground for the Civil War, re-entering the Union after war's end.
  17. Ohio
    Ohio became the first state west of the Alleghenies on March 1, 1803.
  18. Louisiana
    Louisiana became the 18th state on April 30, 1812. It joined the Confederacy on January 26, 1861 and re-entered the Union after the Civil War.
  19. Indiana
    Indiana became the 19th state on December 11, 1816.
  20. Mississippi
    On December 10, 1817, Mississippi was admitted as the 20th state.
  21. Illinois
    Illinois became the 21st state on December 3, 1818.
  22. Alabama
    Alabama entered the Union on December 14, 1819. In January 1861, Alabama seceded from the Union, and on February 4, delegates from six states met at Montgomery and formed the Confederate States of America, with Montgomery as the capital. After the Civil War, Alabama re-entered the Union.
  23. Maine
    Maine became the 23rd state on March 15, 1820. Its admission to the Union balanced the simultaneous admission of Missouri as a slave state.
  24. Missouri
    Missouri was admitted as a slave state on August 10, 1821, after an agreement known as the Missouri Compromise in which Maine was admitted as a free state.
  25. Arkansas
    Despite opposition in Congress to a new slave state, Arkansas became a state on June 15, 1836. Arkansas Governor Henry M. Rector seized Fort Smith and Arkansas joined the Confederacy in 1861 re-entering the Union at War's end.
  26. Michigan
    Michigan became the 26th state on January 26, 1837.
  27. Florida
    Florida became a state on March 3, 1845, a move delayed by the reluctance of Congress to admit another slave state, and it joined the Confederacy on January 10, 1861, re-entering the Union at war's end.
  28. Texas
    After ten years of independence, Texas became a state on December 29, 1845.
  29. Iowa
    On December 28, 1846, Iowa became the first free state in the old Louisiana Territory.
  30. Wisconsin
    Wisconsin became the 30th state on May 29, 1848.
  31. California
    Congress hesitated to welcome a new free state, but because of its booming population and the discovery of gold California was admitted in September 9, 1850.
  32. Minnesota
    On May 11, 1858 Minnesota became the 32nd state.
  33. Oregon
    On February 14, 1859, Oregon gained statehood. Oregon later acquired British Columbia and the Idaho and Washington Territory.
  34. Kansas
    Kansas became a free state on January 29, 1861, after seven years of bloody feuding between residents over whether to be admitted as a slave or free state.
  35. Nevada
    On October 31, 1864, at the urging of President Abraham Lincoln, Nevada became a state. Only a short four years earlier, it had been a wilderness.
  36. Nebraska
    President Andrew Johnson vetoed the Nebraska statehood bill of 1866, but Congress overrode his veto, and Nebraska became a state on March 1, 1867.
  37. Colorado
    After three tries Colorado was made a state on August 1, 1876.
  38. Dakota
    Dakota became a state on November 2, 1889.
  39. Montana
    Montana achieved statehood on November 8, 1889.
  40. Utah
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1894 and became the 40th State.
  41. Puerto Rico
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1915 and became the 41st State.
  42. Azores
    Entered the Union on December 4, 1915 and became the 42nd State. This came after the Portuguese Revolutionary War was crushed by Spain, and the Republicans fled to the Azores and asked America for its protection. In this deal, the Azores and the Canary Islands Territory became the Republican State of the Azores.
  43. Cuba
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1918 and became the 43rd State.
  44. Dominica
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1920 and became the 44th State.
  45. Columbia
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1957 and became the 45th State. This is the first state conquered during the Great War to become a State.
  46. Alaska
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1959 and became the 46th State. The Alaskan Statehood movement was severely hampered by Congress who continuously opposed such a "wilderness" becoming a state, but it was finally agreed upon by Congress when the Arctic Territory was split off from the main portion of the Alaska Territory to make a large percent of the state "civilized".
  47. Wyoming
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1963 and became the 47th State.
  48. Upper Mexico
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1967 and became the 48th State.
  49. Upper Mexico
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1967 and became the 49th State.
  50. Belize
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1973 and became the 50th State.
  51. Guatemala
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1978 and became the 51st State.
  52. Saint Lawrence
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1979 and became the 52nd State. The Saint Lawrence Commonwealth was disputed between New Hampshire, Vermont and New York who all claimed the area from claims in the early United State's history, eventually a referendum was held and they voted to become their own state.
  53. Prince Edward's Island
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1988 and became the 53rd State.
  54. Newfoundland
    Entered the Union on July 4, 1991 and became the 54th State.
  55. New Brunswick
    Entered the Union on July 4, 2000 and became the 55th State.
  56. Nova Scotia
    Entered the Union on July 4, 2000 and became the 56th State.
  57. Bahamas
    Entered the Union on July 4, 2003 and became the 57th State.
  58. Jamaica
    Entered the Union on July 4, 2007 and became the 58th State.
  59. Panama
    Entered the Union on July 4, 2010 and became the 59th State. Panama used to be under the control of the State of Guatemala but through popular support and referendum, Panama became a separate state in 2010.

List of Territories

  1. Indian Territory
    Organized June 30th 1834. It is the oldest territory still not a state.
  2. Bermuda Territory
    Entered the Union on October 7, 1898.
  3. Lesser Antilles Territory
    Organized September 14th, 1899.
  4. Strait of Magellan Territory
    Organized May 7th, 1954.
  5. Arctic Territory
    Organized January 3 1959. Formed when the Alaska Territory was split into the Arctic Territory and the Alaska Territory.
  6. Falkland Islands Territory
    Organized May 7th, 1991. Formed from the Falklands West Occupation Zone and the Falklands East Occupation Zone.

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Citizenship

First Class

First Class citizens are anyone born to American citizens of either class in any US State; or to any First Class Citizens (both mother and father) anywhere in the world.

First Class Citizens are allowed all the privileges that the constitution grants its citizens.

Second Class

Second Class Citizens is anyone born to any American Second Class Citizen in any American Territory; to any American Second Class Citizens (both mother and father) anywhere in the world

Second Class Citizens do not have the right to Vote for any Federal Office, and they do not have the right to serve in any Federal Office.

Special Cases

Anyone born to a Second Class citizen and a First Class citizen in places other than the US will be a First Class citizen if father is a First Class or Second Class if father is Second Class.

Anyone who immigrates to the US legally and applies for citizenship, if he is awarded it he immediately is a Second Class citizen for two years, if he is still in good standing he will be a first class citizen, if not his citizenship will be revoked.

A Second Class citizen can become a First Class citizen by finding employment in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, or Marine Corps and becoming an officer or an NCO. They can also become first class if they apply for First Class citizenship at any Federal or State Courthouse.

People convicted of a felony or felonies lose their citizenship for three years after they are released from prison if they apply for it at their local courthouse, at which point they will be tested for moral character and if they pass they will be reinstated to their former citizenship.

Culture

Religion

Christianity is the main religion of the United States with 72.35% claiming to be Christians (Note: that does not include Gnostic Christianity, Mormons or Jehovah's Witness).

Atheism is the second largest religion in the United States with 8.92% claiming to be Atheist (Note: This figure includes Atheistic Gnostics).

Hinduism is the third largest religion in the United States with 7.25% claiming to be Hindu (Note: the main concentration of Hindu peoples is in Colombia and the Lesser Antilles Territory).

Islam is the fourth largest religion in the United States with 5.65% claiming to be Muslim (Note: that does not include those held in the Guantánamo Bay Federal Detention Center).

Judaism is the fifth largest religion in the United States with 1.2% claiming to be Jews (Note: this does not include Gnostic Judaism).

4.63% of people in the United States claim to be some other religion (Note: this includes Theist Gnostics).

Federal Offices

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