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Territories of the [[United States]], similar to commonwealths, are self-governing areas that have not yet been granted [[statehood]], but the indigenous peoples of these areas are United States citizens. [[American Samoa]], [[Guam]], and the [[Virgin Islands]] are all territories of the United States.
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'''Territories of the [[United States]]''', similar to commonwealths, are self-governing areas that have not yet been granted [[statehood]], but the indigenous peoples of these areas are United States citizens. [[American Samoa]], [[Guam]], and the [[Virgin Islands]] are all territories of the United States.
  
 
[[Category: United States Territories]]
 
[[Category: United States Territories]]

Revision as of 18:09, 13 February 2008

Territories of the United States, similar to commonwealths, are self-governing areas that have not yet been granted statehood, but the indigenous peoples of these areas are United States citizens. American Samoa, Guam, and the Virgin Islands are all territories of the United States.