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The Early United States, 1790

The Early United States

Title: The Early United States
Projection: Unknown,
Source Bounding Coordinates:
W: -96 E: -65 N: 53 S: 22

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Description: A map of the United States in 1790 showing the territorial claims of the states at the time, and the British and Spanish possessions and territory disputes. The map shows the frontier lines or extent of settlement from the coast of Maine to Savannah, and the area near Cincinnati south of the Ohio River. The map shows the Northwest Territory, Western Reserve of Connecticut, the disputed territory of western New Hampshire that eventually became Vermont, the northern territory of Massachusetts that eventually became Maine and the disputed territory with Britain, the claim of Virginia from the Atlantic to the Mississippi River, the Territory South of the Ohio River including the territory claimed by South Carolina until 1787, the western territory claimed by Georgia and the United States, and the disputed Unorganized Territory claimed by Spain and the United States between the Mississippi River and Chattahoochee River. The map also shows the Spanish possessions of West and East Florida and territory west of the Mississippi, and the British territory of Canada and the Hudson Bay Company.
Place Names: Early America 1400-1800, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Cincinnat
ISO Topic Categories: boundaries, inlandWaters, location, oceans
Keywords: The Early United States, physical, political, physical features, country borders, major political subdivisions, boundaries, inlandWaters, location, oceans, Unknown, 1790
Source: Albert Bushnell Hart, LL.D., The American Nation Vol 11 (New York, NY: Harper and Brothers, 1906) 4
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman
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