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WHAT WAS THE STATE OF WASHINGTON ORIGINALLY GOING TO BE NAMED?
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[STC002359] Because of the efforts of a representative from Kentucky named Richard H. Stanton, the state of Washington is the only one in the United States to be named after a former President of the United States. When the new territory was established in 1853, the representative came up with the name for it. It was originally going to be called ‘Columbia,’ due to the Columbia River running through it, but Stanton thought this might be confused with the national capital, the District of Columbia. Since then, others have proposed changing the name of the state, as the state of Washington is ironically often confused with Washington, District of Columbia. But progress has been made on none of the offers, and Washington has maintained his position. The same thing happened as he went across the Delaware River.