Statehood Process of the Fifty States
Each state followed its own path of entry into the U.S., be it like Maine which skipped the territorial step or like Texas which began life as an independent nation. This book traces the history of the statehood process and looks at how each of the current fifty states came to join as one nation."--BOOK JACKET.
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1st session 59th Congress Admitted Time Date American Guide Series Area Petitioned California Caption title Committee on Resources Congress passed enabling Congressional Research Service Congressional Sales Office constitution drafted Constitution ratified constitutional convention Continental Congress Cover title D.C. statehood Daniel Judah Date Date Admitted depository libraries Description Dewey Class District of Columbia Edition Information elected enabling act estadidad History House of Representatives Includes bibliographical references ISBN LC Classification legislature libraries in microfiche months None held Name of Territory Notes Ordinance Partido Nuevo Progresista passed enabling act Petitioned for Statehood political status Politics and government Projects Administration Published/Created Puerto Rico status Puerto Rico—Politics ratified by electorate Referendum Related Authors Rico-Politics and government Self-determination Serial Shadow senator Shipping list Statehood American politics Statehood bill statehood process status before admission Subjects Supt Territory Date Date United States—Relations—Puerto Rico Utah Variant Series Washington William York