When was the current American flag made?

When was the current American flag made?

Two years after he made it, and just one year after the 49 star flag was adopted thanks to the addition of Alaska in January, 1959, Heft’s 50 star flag was made the official U.S. flag design on July 4th, 1960 with Hawaii becoming a U.S. state on August, 1959.

Which state is referred to as the Treasure State?

For more than a half century Montana would be known as the Treasure State because of its status as the country’s foremost producer of metallic treasure–gold, silver, and, most importantly, copper. The enticing Treasure State nickname had stiff competition, however.

How did the city of Atlanta get its name?

Gov. Lumpkin asked them to name it after his daughter, instead, and Terminus became Marthasville. In 1845, the Chief Engineer of the Georgia Railroad, (J. Edgar Thomson) suggested that Marthasville be renamed to “Atlantica-Pacifica”, which was quickly shortened to “Atlanta.”

What country does the Sahara Desert cover?

Oases support some life forms in extremely arid deserts. The Sahara covers large parts of Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Western Sahara, Sudan and Tunisia, extends over 9,000,000 km² (over 3,475,000 sq mi) and it covers about 1/4 of the African continent.

How many cells are there in an adult’s body?

The mean volume of a mammal cell is estimated to be 4 billionths of a cubic centimeter. (To get a sense of that size, check out The Scale of the Universe.) Based on an adult man’s typical volume, you might conclude that the human body contains 15 trillion cells.

What year was Romeo and Juliet set?

Well, we don’t really know for certain when “Romeo and Juliet” is set, or when it was written either. Scholars currently think that the play might plausibly be dated to 1595. We know too that it can’t be any later than 1596, or any earlier than 1591.

What height is considered a dwarf for a woman?

Little People of America (LPA) defines dwarfism as a medical or genetic condition that usually results in an adult height of 4’10” or shorter, among both men and women, although in some cases a person with a dwarfing condition may be slightly taller than that.The average height of an adult with dwarfism is 4’0 but typical heights range from 2’8 to 4’8.

Who is on the five hundred dollar bill?

However, the Treasury also issued larger denominations. They featured William McKinley ($500), Grover Cleveland ($1,000), James Madison ($5,000), and Salmon P. Chase ($10,000).