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阿肯色 (Arkansas) 成为美国一州
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阿肯色于1836615日成为美国的第25州。被认为是会虚张声势的美国原住民,一开始就是住在阿肯色。在西元500年左右,他们就已经沿着密西西比河与阿肯色河发展出丰富的文化。在1617世纪时,西班牙人与法国人都曾经到这个区域探险。美国在1803年的路易西安那购买案中,从法国手中取得了这一片土地。这个区域的历史从那时候开始就是相当丰富,但也充满争议性的。


Arkansas became the 25th state of the United States on June 15, 1836. Native Americans, known as bluff dwellers, first lived in Arkansas. They had a thriving culture along the Mississippi and Arkansas rivers as far back as 500 A.D. In the 16th and 17th centuries, both the Spanish and the French explored the region. The United States acquired the land from France as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. Its history since then is rich in achievement and controversy.

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