Mr Taz

aka Tazman

Bureaucrat Admin
  • I live in GBNI (Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
  • I was born on December 12
  • My occupation is Illustrator and Writer (Masculist or Masculinist)
  • I am Male
  • Mr Taz

    You can't copy/paste articles from Wikipedia without attributing the authors of the original article or including a backlink to the source, see Wikipedia:Copyrights

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  • Mr Taz

    United (Thirteen) Colonies to United (Fifty) States

    On this day 'September 9' in 1776, the Continental Congress formally declares the name of the new nation to be the “United States” of America. This replaced the term “United Colonies,” which had been in general use.

    Congress renames the nation United States of America

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  • Mr Taz

    Plans for a single wikia for the United States..

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  • Mr Taz

    what's in in a name?

    December 30, 2014 by Mr Taz

    Hi all

    I have added these pages/articles:

    • United States of America Wiki
    • United States Wiki
    • US Wiki
    • U.S. Wiki
    • U. S. Wiki
    • USA Wiki
    • U.S.A. Wiki
    • U. S. A. Wiki
    • US of A Wiki
    • U.S. of A Wiki
    • U. S. of A Wiki

    to show how many pages/articles we need because of ways you can type the name of this wiki!

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    Term to use

    November 20, 2014 by Mr Taz

    Hi other uses of this wiki, these are the Term I use on this United States (of America) wiki

    1) The use of 'United States' or a name of a state 'Ohio', 'Texas' etc." should be used in the title of an article about the outline of the subject "The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to the 'United States' or Ohio, Texas etc."

    2)The use of 'United States..' or a name of a state 'Ohio...' 'Texas...' etc. should be used in the title of an article about the detail of the subject i.e. 'United States president' about, 'United States presidents' list, and the 'Ohio governor' about, 'Ohio governors' list, 'Texas governor' about, 'Texas governors' list, etc.

    3)The use of 'Federal president' and 'Federal presidents' 'State g…

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