Why is it called Constitution State?
Why is Connecticut known as the Provision State?
What is the state of Connecticut known for?
What is the constitution of Connecticut?
Why is Connecticut called Nutmeg State?
What do you call someone from Maine?
Which state is known as the First State?
Delaware is known by this nickname due to the fact that on December 7, 1787, it became the first of the 13 original states to ratify the U.S. Constitution. “The First State” became the official State nickname on May 23, 2002 following a request by Mrs.
What is the nickname of Connecticut?
What is the capital of Connecticut?
What is the last state?
|State||Date (admitted or ratified)|
|47||New Mexico||January 6, 1912 (admitted)|
|48||Arizona||February 14, 1912 (admitted)|
|49||Alaska||January 3, 1959 (admitted)|
|50||Hawaii||August 21, 1959 (admitted)|
Which U.S. state is the smallest?
What’s Delaware’s nickname?
What is the youngest state?
What is the 6th state?
|Map of the United States with Massachusetts highlighted|
|Before statehood||Province of Massachusetts Bay|
|Admitted to the Union||February 6, 1788 (6th)|
What was the 11th state?
Which state founded last?
What is the second oldest state?
|2018 rank||State||Median age|