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Charlie took to the written word like a fish takes to water. That is to say; they found themselves immersed in literature from before they were born. They've been known to tell their friends how they can still remember the passages their parents read to them when they were in utero - Emily Dickinson, Jane Austen, and a bit of Hunter S. Thompson thrown in to balance it out. Charlie keeps their feet wet, whether they're whipping up pithy one-liners to tease your brain or busy working on their second novel (the first one is available on Amazon under a pen name they refuse to disclose). You’re sure to get a kick out of giggle-worthy explanations and outrageous hints, and still come away feeling like you’ve just expanded your knowledge base.
In 1783, King George III signed the Treaty of Paris, officially ending the American War of Independence and recognizing the Thirteen Colonies as independent from Great Britain. The original 13 colonies were New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
As part of the Treaty, England also handed over land that is now the eastern United States, from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to the Mississippi River. The federal government divided the land into territories and, one by one, portions of those territories petitioned for statehood. The Northwest Territory eventually became the states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Other states, however, were carved out of existing states: Vermont was formerly part of New York, Kentucky was once part of Virginia, Tennessee was a western extension of North Carolina, Maine was a slice of Massachusetts, and West Virginia split from Virginia in 1863 to join the Union in the Civil War.
Many states came from land purchased from other countries or as the spoils of war, including Louisiana, Florida, Alaska, Texas, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.
Hawaii became a U.S. territory in 1898 after American colonists overthrew the Hawaiian kingdom, but didn't become a state until 1959.
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