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Dates the states entered the union

 

 

The dates below represent when they entered the union. Te display of the state flags is based on the dates below and the order that they are in.

  1. Delaware (7 Dec 1787)
  2. Pennsylvania (12 Dec 1787)
  3. New Jersey (18 Dec 1787)
  4. Georgia (2 Jan 1788
  5. Connecticut (9 Jan 1788)
  6. Massachusetts (6 Feb 1788)
  7. Maryland (28 Apr 1788)
  8. South Carolina (23 May 1788)
  9. New Hampshire (21 Jun 1788)
  10. Virginia (25 Jun 1788)
  11. New York (26 Jul 1788)
  12. North Carolina (21 Nov 1789)
  13. Rhode Island (29 May 1790)
  14. Vermont (4 Mar 1791)
  15. Kentucky (1 Jun 1792)
  16. Tennessee (1 Jun 1796)
  17. Ohio (1 Mar 1803)
  18. Louisiana (30 Apr 1812)
  19. Indiana (11 Dec 1816)
  20. Mississippi (10 Dec 1817)
  21. Illinois (3 Dec 1818)
  22. Alabama (14 Dec 1819)
  23. Maine (15 Mar 1820)
  24. Missouri (10 Aug 1821)
  25. Arkansas (15 Jun 1836)
  26. Michigan (26 Jan 1837)
  27. Florida (3 Mar 1845)
  28. Texas (29 Dec 1845)
  29. Iowa (28 Dec 1846)
  30. Wisconsin (29 May 1848)
  31. California (9 Sep 1850)
  32. Minnesota (11 May 1858)
  33. Oregon (14 Feb 1859)
  34. Kansas (29 Jan 1861)
  35. West Virginia (20 Jun 1863)
  36. Nevada (31 Oct 1864)
  37. Nebraska (1 Mar 1867)
  38. Colorado (1 Aug 1876)
  39. North Dakota (2 Nov 1889)
  40. South Dakota (2 Nov 1889)
  41. Montana (8 Nov 1889)
  42. Washington (11 Nov 1889)
  43. Idaho (3 Jul 1890)
  44. Wyoming (10 Jul 1890)
  45. Utah (4 Jul 1896)
  46. Oklahoma (16 Nov 1907)
  47. New Mexico (6 Jan 1912)
  48. Arizona (14 Feb 1912)
  49. Alaska (3 Jan 1959)
  50. Hawaii (21 Aug 1959)


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