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Timeline States added to the Union 1800-1860

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Timeline States added to the Union 1800-1860
Apr. 30, 1812
Objective
ENJOY!
How
The process will be portray in a timeline
Demonstrate the States that were added to the Union between 1800 up to 1860
1. OHIO
March 1, 1803
The first state to be admitted after 1800 was Ohio. Ohio was settled in 1788

2. LOUISIANA
After the Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana itself became a state, the second to enter the union.
Louisiana Purchase
U.S. representatives in Paris agreed to pay $15 million for about 828,000 square miles of land
INTERESTING FACT
The first professional baseball game was played in Fort Wayne on May 4, 1871.
3. INDIANA
In the summer of 1816, 43 delegates met at Corydon to write a state constitution. Indiana was admitted as the Union as the 19th state.
Dec. 11, 1816
4. Mississippi
The 4th state to be added was Mississippi
Dec. 10, 1817
Illinois was a major source of troops for the Union army, and of military supplies; food & clothing.
5. ILLINOIS
Dec. 3, 1818
The territory of Alabama was admitted as a state into the union in December of 1819.
6. ALABAMA
Dec. 14, 1819
7. Maine
This state was added to the union in the 7th place, from 1800 to 1860.
Special Gift
Here is where the co-founder of "The Ninja Turtles" is born.
Mar. 15, 1820
Kevin Eastman
8. Missouri
Aug. 10, 1821
The state of Missouri is admitted in 1821.

Missouri is where the famous book "Tom Sawyer" takes place.
9. Arkansas
Later in June 15, 1836 the state of Arkansas is admitted into the Union.

June 15, 1836
10. Michigan
Admitted as the 10th state in this period of time, Michigan was the 26th state in the US
11. Florida
It was admitted to United States as a State on March 3, 1845
Many people move to Florida each day — 1,000 aprox.
Jan. 26, 1837
Mar. 3, 1845
12. Texas

This border with Mexico was taken into the Union on Dec. 29, 1845.
13. Iowa
Iowa was the 29th state to become part of the Union and is currently the 30th most populous state in the USA
Dec. 29, 1845
Dec. 28, 1846
IT'S ALMOST OVER...
The "Badger State" was admitted into the Union 29th of May.
14. WINSCONSIN
May 29, 1848
15. CALIFORNIA
Sept. 9, 1850
The state of California was admitted into the Union in 1850.
Its motto is Eureka (“I have found it
16. Minnesota
The territory of Minnesota was admitted into the Union on May of 1858
Fun Fact
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is the largest urban sculpture garden in the country
17. OREGON
The last state to be admitted into the Union between 1800 and 1860 was Oregon, admitted in Feb. 14, 1859
YES, THIS IS THE LAST ONE...
May 11, 1858
Feb. 14, 1859
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http://www.50states.com/facts/indiana.htm#.VUtG3flViko
http://www.stateofflorida.com/facts.aspx
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/michigan/
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/usa/states/iowa/
http://www.50states.com/facts/wisconsin.htm#.VUvxPPl_Oko
http://www.ca.gov/About/Facts.html
http://www.50states.com/facts/minnesota.htm#.VUvywPl_Oko
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