10 Last States To Join The United States

The following is a list of the 10 states that were last to join the United States Of America, with the date of statehood. Before becoming a proper state in the union, each of these states was considered an organized incorporated territory of the United States

1. Hawaii – August 21, 1959 – The Aloha State was the 50th state to join the union

Hawaii - the 50th state

Hawaii – the 50th state

2. Alaska – January 3, 1959 – Alaska was added as the 49th state just six months before Hawaii was added

Alaska, The Last Frontier - a state since 1959

Alaska, The Last Frontier – a state since 1959

 

3. Arizona – February 14, 1912 – Arizona was the 48th state to join the union, over a century ago

Arizona - the 48th state

Arizona – the 48th state

 

4. New Mexico – January 6, 1912 – New Mexico join the union just over a month before Arizona did

 New Mexico - a state since January 6, 1912

New Mexico – a state since January 6, 1912

5. Oklahoma – November 16, 1907

10 Last states To Join The United States: Oklahoma

10 Last states To Join The United States: Oklahoma

 

6. Utah – January 4, 1896 – Utah Territory was the last territory to become a state of the union in the 19th century

Utah - a state since January 4, 1896

Utah – a state since January 4, 1896

 

7. Wyoming – July 10, 1890

10 Last states To Join The United States: Wyoming

10 Last states To Join The United States: Wyoming

 

8. Idaho – July 3, 1890

10 Last states To Join The United States: Idaho

10 Last states To Join The United States: Idaho

9. Washington – November 11, 1889

The State Of Washington

The State Of Washington

10. Montana – November 8, 1889

Montana - a state in the union since November 8, 1889

Montana – a state in the union since November 8, 1889

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