How many US northern colonies were there in the 1700's?
Is an invitation letter required when filling for immigration status in the United States?
What are average child care prices?
What can you tell me about French Culture in Canada?
What do I need to know about bringing my pet to the United States?
What does the law say about driving with a broken windshield?
What is the largest landlocked United States City?
Are there any provinces in the US?
A province is an administrative unit of local government, a part of a nation. In the United States, that subdivision is called a state. The U. S. does not have provinces.
A province would be similar to a state in the U. S. The U. S. does not have providences, only states and commonwealths.
A province is a geographical area, which is generally known to be present in Canada (Canada has provinces, much like the United States has States).
A province is a political unit of geographical space. It should has residents, a government, and laws. It is often made up of sub units like towns and counties. It belongs to a country or nation. The US does not have provinces.
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