The History of America

The History of America

The History of America
The History of America
America / United States of America (U.S.A) is a country located in the North American continent. Its capital is Washington. America is also known as New World. With 38 million square miles (98 million km 2) and a population of over 32.4 million, the United States is the world's third largest (and fourth largest by land area) country by total area, and the third largest by population. Countries It is one of the world's most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations.

History of America (U.S.A) | Introduction to America

United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States of America. The largest cities in this country are New York City. It is a country with 50 states, a federal district, five main self-governing territories and many rights. 48 out of fifty states and a federal district are combined and are located in Canada and Mexico in North America.

The geography, climate and wildlife here are extremely diverse. There are many subordinate regions of America which also spread to Oceania and other places. It is a presidential republic. With a population of 30.5 million, it is the world's most populous country after China and India, although despite being in third place, its population is much less than the first two. By 2010, nearly 80% of the urbanization in America has been done and it is developing day by day.

History of United States of America

When Columbus set out in search of India in 1492, he was en route to an island near the American continents that he deemed to be India, but another explorer named America Vespucci stated that it was not India but America. When European countries received information about the American continents, it was vying to create its own colony, in which Britain, Spain and France were at the forefront.

The term "America" ​​is mostly used in Hindi and many other languages ​​for the United States, which is not technically correct because the word America was used by Europeans for this whole new world and not the present one. to the United States. America is also known as New World because these continents were discovered by Europeans in the 15th century itself. However earlier this area was known to 'Viking' and  Inuit' people and locals.

Polo Indians had migrated from Asia to North America about 15,000 years ago. The settlement of the European people began here in the 16th century. America too has been a slave to the British like other countries.

In the eastern part of present-day America, the people of Britain had settled 13 separate colonies which ruled under the British flag. Among these 13 colonies, there were other people from Europe except England.

America was under British power until the 18th century. But an incident on December 16, 1773, popularly known as the Boston Tea Party, overturned the fate of America. It is noteworthy that in the year 1773, a resolution was passed in the British Parliament to impose some tax on Americans on the import of tea as a symbol. This tax was not much but only as a symbol which meant that America was a slave to Britain. But the United States did not approve of anyone messing with his honor and sovereignty, so he also considered it too heavy a symbolic tax.

In protest of this symbolic tax, members of a political party called the Sons of Liberty refused to return three ships of tea on Boston Harbor back to Britain and dumped the tea-laden tea into the Chester River. This was the method of opposition of the American people, according to which he made it clear that there is nothing more than his sovereignty for him.

The United States then emerged in the East Coast with 13 British colonies. After this incident, actions against British rule in America increased and finally in 1775 this event gave rise to 'American Revolution'. On 4 July 1776, the Colony was fighting alongside Great Britain in the American Revolution War, while representatives of the 13 colony unanimously adopted the Declaration of Independence.

United States, the name was suggested by Thomas Penn and officially used in the July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence. The United States is also often used for short form. The war ended with the independence of the United States from Great Britain in 1783 and was the first successful war against the European Colony Empire. In 1788, the United Nations implemented its constitution and George Washington became its first president.

However, a lot of changes were made to the basic structure of the government in 1788 when the American Constitution was replaced by the Articles of Confederation. The first ten amendments to the constitution were renamed the Bill of Rights, ratified in 1791 and designed for fundamental civil liberties.

California and the current American Southwest merged with the US in 1848 due to American intervention in Mexico. The newly fledgling country began a war cycle on the local Indian people to expand their borders to the west, which lasted until the late nineteenth century and the local Americans had to lose their lands.

The United States began vigorous expansion in North America by displacing the Indian tribe in the 19th century, in which they also acquired new territories and gradually created some new states. In the second phase of the 19th century, the American Civil War ended legal slavery in the country. In 1954, school racial segregation was declared unconstitutional and a civil rights campaign was launched in the United States for the rights of people of African descent. By the end of this century, the United States had extended to the Pacific Ocean and the country economic situation had also become quite strong, as well as the Industrial Revolution in the country.

In the First World War, the United States of America proved itself on the global level by showing the power of military power. The United States emerged as a global superpower from World War II, becoming the first country to develop nuclear weapons, and the first to use them in war, as well as being a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. In 1991, the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the end of the peace war came to be known as the United States Superpower. And developed in the developed countries of the world.

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 America Economy

The United States economy is the world's largest economy. Cognitive GDP of the US was estimated at $ 14,300 billion for the year 2009, the highest in the world. Not only this, per capital production is also very high in the world economy.

In 2009, it was estimated at $ 46,381, the sixth highest in the world. Historically, the United States economy has maintained stable GDP growth rates, low unemployment rates, and high levels of research and capital investment, which have been funded by foreign investors, due to both national and declining savings rates. And research and capital are both national and, increasingly due to low savings rates, high levels of money investment by foreign investors. In 2009, consumer expenditure combined with government healthcare expenditure accounted for 70% of the global economy.

America is a country whose economy is being followed by other countries as well. The construction sector of the United States economy is the second largest manufacturing sector in the world. While the population of the United States is only 4.4% of the global population and its GDP is equal to the quarter of the global GDP and it is in the third place among the countries that spend the most on military work, but even today the United States military power and economic is considered a superpower.

The United States also has an influence on the political status and cultural force of the United States. Here the currency is the dollar, which is the second largest valuable currency in the world. America has the largest number of billionaires in the world. In any case, America is ahead of the rest of the world.

America's Civil War

The History of America
The History of America
America itself has also experienced civil war, from the year 1861 to 1865, there was a war from North America to South State. This war took place over slavery. One was behind it and the other was the back. Gradually the northern states enacted a law to abolish slavery. It was a war in which 7 US soldiers and 3 lake civilians were killed.

States of America

The United States has 50 states as follows - Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Arizona, Ohio, Oregon, Oklahoma, Kansas, Kentucky, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas , Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, North Dakota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Montana, Missouri, Rhode Island, Wisconsin, Virginia , Vermont, Wyoming, South Carolina, South Dakota, West Virginia, Utah, Louisiana, Washington and Hawaii.

Cities of America, How many cities are in USA? 

The United States has top cities as follows - New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Austin, Jacksonville, San Francisco, Columbus, Fort Worth, Indianapolis, Charlotte, Seattle, Denver, Washington, DC . etc.

Civilization of ancient America

America was discovered by Columbus in 1492, but even before that people lived here. The American civilization is considered as an ancient civilization by the exploiters. America's ancient Maya civilization was established in Guatemala, Mexico, Honduras and Yucatan Peninsula. It was an agricultural civilization. The Mayan civilization was at its peak between 250 AD and 900 AD. Astronomy, mathematics and time cycle were given great importance in this civilization. Mexico was the stronghold of this civilization. Even today the followers of this civilization live here.

Top 20 Interesting information about America

1. Every 10 to one person in the US works in McDonald's this is the biggest source of job here.

2. Every person living in the US uses resources equal to 32 persons living in Kenya.

3. In America, black people were previously enslaved.

4. In 1867, the US bought Alaska from Russia for $ 7.2 million dollars.

5. Apple company has more assets than US treasury.

6. Until 1836 it was illegal to celebrate Christmas in America.

7. In 1893, an amendment was sought to change the name of America.

8. America's Parliament is called Congress.

9. America's national bird is the eagle.

10. The US Air Force is the first in the world.

11. The Statue of Liberty was gifted to America on 4 July 1776 by France.

12. In the US, dog breeding is very high, there are about 89.7 million dogs.

13. The number of animals in Montana city of America is 3 times more than humans.

14. Every day, 40 million newspapers in America throw away reading.

15. In America, no person can be president more than 2 times, but Franklin D. Roosevelt was the only person who became president 4 times.

16. In the city of Montana, America, the number of animals is 3 times that of humans, here animals go yellow for milk and meat.

17. American people gamble about 30 lake corers every year.

18. America's highest mountain is McKinley. The height of which is 6,194 meters.

19. 40 percent of children in America are born before they get married.

20. 7 percent of people living in America claim that they have never taken a bath.

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