When did U.S. States Become States?

August 15, 2019

Just like Rome, the United States weren’t built in a day – in fact it took 172 years for all 50 states to be added to the Union. Hawaii celebrates 60 years of statehood this Wednesday. The islands were the last state to join the U.S. on August 21, 1959.

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City of Port Phillip

The City of Port Phillip was formed in 1994 and is an amalgamation of the former cities of Port Melbourne, South Melbourne and St Kilda. We are an inner city council in Melbourne that includes the following neighbourhoods; St Kilda, Elwood, South Melbourne, Windsor, Ripponlea, Balaclava, St Kilda East, Port Melbourne, Albert Park, Middle Park.

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City of Port Phillip

The City of Port Phillip was formed in 1994 and is an amalgamation of the former cities of Port Melbourne, South Melbourne and St Kilda. We are an inner city council in Melbourne that includes the following neighbourhoods; St Kilda, Elwood, South Melbourne, Windsor, Ripponlea, Balaclava, St Kilda East, Port Melbourne, Albert Park, Middle Park.

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