The USA is known as the united states of America. In this article, we discussed the top 50 oldest cities in the US. Before that, we will look at some common things about America.
Washington, D.C is the Capital of America and the largest city is New York City. Approximately 331,893,745 people live in the USA as per the 2021 estimate.
Who found USA?
Christopher Columbus found USA On October 12, 1492. He was born in the Italian seaport of Genoa in 1451 and basically, he is an explorer. Americans celebrate Oct 12th as Christopher Columbus day and It is a national holiday since 1934.
Let’s jump into the top 50 Oldest cities in USA.
50 oldest cities in the US
|50 Oldest Cities in US||Year|
|Florida, St. Augustine||1565|
|New Mexico, Santa Fe||1607|
|New York, Albany||1614|
|New Hampshire, Dover||1623|
|New Jersey, Gloucester City||1627|
|Wisconsin, Green Bay||1634|
|Rhode Island, Providence||1636|
|Michigan, Sault Ste. Marie||1668|
|South Carolina, Charleston||1670|
|North Carolina, Bath||1705|
|West Virginia, Shepherdstown||1734|
|Missouri, Ste. Genevieve||1735|
|California, San Diego||1769|
|North Dakota, Pembina||1797|
|Oklahoma, Fort Gibson||1824|
|South Dakota, Fort Pierre||1832|
|Colorado, San Luis||1851|
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. What is the oldest city in the United States?
The first oldest city in the USA is St. Augustine, Florida, which was founded in 1565, and it is also known as Nation’s Oldest City.
2. What is the second oldest city in the United States?
The second oldest city in the USA is Santa Fe, New Mexico, which was founded in 1607.
3. When was USA founded?
4 July 1776 Congress voted to accept the Declaration of Independence and July 4th celebrating as Independence Day.
4. What was US called before 1776?
The USA was called before 1776 as United Colonies.
5. When was Chicago founded
Chicago founded on 4 March 1837.