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Mar 9, 2021

[Answer] In which present-day state was the short-lived state of Franklin once located?

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...1. West Virginia 2. Florida 3. Massachusetts 4. Tennessee




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Tennessee - Tennessee almost wasn’t the state it is today. Shortly after the Revolutionary War in 1784, several counties in what is now northeastern Tennessee (at the time, they were part of North Carolina) declared themselves the independent state of Franklin. The name choice wasn’t coincidental — the residents were trying to sway Benjamin Franklin (and his followers) to recognize the state, but the vote for statehood failed in Congress. Still determined, Franklin’s residents continued to operate their territory as an independent nation for four years after, forging treaties and even drafting their own constitution. However, the short-lived experiment failed after economic and political troubles, and the counties once again became part of North Carolina, and eventually Tennessee. :


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