Ol Yunaitet Stet
|Ol Yunaitet Stet bilong Amerika
United States of America
|Motto: "Yumi bihainim Got" (since 1956)
"E Pluribus Unum" ("Wanpela ikam long planti"; Latin, long tumbuna)
|Singsing: "Plak igat planti sta"
|Largest city||Niu Yok Siti|
|Nesenel tokples||Tok Inglis1|
|Gavman||Federel ripablik ananit long konstitusen|
|-||Presiden||Barack Obama (D)|
|-||Vais-Presiden||Joe Biden (D)|
|-||Speaker of The House||John Boehner (R) bilong Ohio|
|-||Nambawan Jastis||John Roberts|
|Independens long Yunaitet Kingdom|
|-||Toksave||Julai 4 1776|
|-||Luksave||Septemba 3 1783|
|-||Septemba 2007 estimate||302,388,000 (3rd)|
|GDP (PPP)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$13,020,861m  (1st)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$43,444 (4th)|
|GDP (nominal)||2006 estimate|
|-||Olgeta||$13,244,550m  (1st)|
|-||Long wanwan manmeri||$44,190 (8th)|
|HDI (2004)||0.948 (antap) (8th)|
|Karansi||Ameriken dola ($) (
|Taim hap||(UTC-5 to -10)|
|-||Sama (DST)||(UTC-4 to -10)|
|Intanet kod||.us .gov .mil .edu|
|1||Tok Inglis emi de fakto tokples bilong gavman bilong Amerika; Tok Spen emi namba tu long namba bilong ol manmeri i save yusim. Tok Inglis, Tok Spen, Tok Pranis, Tok Karolainia, Tok Samoro, Tok Hawai na Tok Samoa igat luksave long gavman bilong sampela ol stet na teritori.|
|2||Sampela taim emi sanap olsem namba 4; igat tok wantaim Saina.|
Ekonomi bilong Yunaitet Stets i moa bikpela long ol narapela kantri bilong wol.
Yunaitet Stets i gat 50 stet, olsem provins, na oli gat gavman bilong ol yet. 48 stet i stap wantaim, namel long kantri Kanada na kantri Meksiko. Stet Alaska istap long westen sait bilong Kanada. Narapela stet emi Hawai long Pasifik.
Ol stet [senisim]
Templet:Fran The United States is a federal union of fifty states. The original thirteen states were the successors of the thirteen colonies that rebelled from British rule. Most of the rest have been carved from territory obtained through war or purchase by the U.S. government. The exceptions are Vermont, Texas, and Hawaii; each was an independent country before joining the union. Apart from the temporary secessions of the southern states during the American Civil War, the number of states has never shrunk. Early in the country's history, three states were created out of the territory of existing ones: Kentucky from Virginia; Tennessee from North Carolina; and Maine from Massachusetts. West Virginia broke away from Virginia during the Civil War. Otherwise, state borders have been largely stable; the only major exceptions are cessions by Maryland and Virginia to create the District of Columbia (Virginia's portion was later returned); a cession by Georgia; and expansions by Missouri and Nevada. At present, there are fifty states, with the most recent—Hawaii—joining the union on August 21, 1959.
The states make up the vast bulk of the territory of the United States; the only other areas considered part of the country but not part of a state are the District of Columbia, which is the federal district where the capital Washington is located, and Palmyra Atoll, an uninhabited but incorporated territory in the Pacific Ocean.
Si olso [senisim]
- Report for Selected Countries and Subjects (180 countries; 6 subjects). International Monetary Fund. Retrieved on 2007-06-17.
- Household Income Distribution, 1967 to 2005. U.S. Census Bureau (2006). Retrieved on 2006-12-28.