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La Louisiane (French North America) 1719
1765 map of North America
Happy Independence Day! (Map of the United States, 1776)
Map Of The World With The Pacific Northwestern United States Labeled As Atlantis (1704)
Map of the British colonies in North America, 1763 to 1775. This was published in: Shepherd, William Robert (1911) "The British Colonies in North America, 1763–1765"
Every United States Presidential Election (1789-2016)
Map of North America , 1720
Abel Buell Map : a new and correct map of the United States of North America : layd down from the latest observations and best authorities agreeable to the Peace of 1783 : humbly inscribed to his excellency the Governor and Company of the state of Connecticut
1714 map of North America
Movement of slaves in the United States between 1790 and 1860 (published 1939)
Map of Nouveau Mexique, Louisiane, Canada, et les Etats Unis from 1786.
1714 map of Southern States of the United States
1730 Canada de l'Isle = Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France = Map of Canada or New France
Every USA presidential elections between 1788 and 2012
1772 map of North America and Greenland, with adjacent parts of Europe and Asia. This map was drawn by Vaugondy to illustrate the mythical voyage of Captain Cluny
Covens and Mortier’s 1708 reissue of De L’Isle’s 1700 mapping of North America x-post /r/HI_Res
1747 Bowen Map of North America
US Native land loss from 1776 to 1930 By Ranjani Chakraborty
French map of North America published by Henry Chatelain for the 1720 edition of his seminal Atlas Historique
The United States of America's mean center of population between 1790 and 2010
United States land claims and cessions 1782-1802
Map of Partie de L'Amerique Septentrionale qui comprend le Canada, la Louisiane from 1783.
A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Great Britain on ye Continent of North America , 1726
The United States of America Territorial Expansion 1783-1898
20 largest US cities in 1790
Map of the US on July 4th, 1776
Slave growth in the United States from 1790 to 1860
European occupation of North America at the start of Queen Anne's War (1702)
Growth of United States 1776-1853
Louisiana territory as it was under french rule, North America, 1734.
North America 1762-1783
Viceroyalty of New Spain 1763, all this territories were directly administered by Mexico City
Pre-Columbian Aztec Migration, a 250 year process. This unusual map, drawn by Giovanni Francesco Gemelli Careri in 1704, is the first published representation of the legendary Aztec migration from Aztlan, a mysterious paradise in northwest Mexico, to Chapultepec Hill, now Mexico City.
In 1777, Morocco became the first country who publicly recognized the new United States
1775 Map of Jamaica by Thomas Jefferys
Map of the USA in 1795
Map of territorial growth 1775
Nice looking early colonial map by France of America and Canada from 1719.
An animated map of the top 10 US cities by population from 1790 to 2010 .
Map of fatal bear attacks in North America, 1784-2018
Mitchell Map-06full2
Map of Barbados (1758)
A map of the US in 1800 by county
Royal Navy Map of Cuba (1762)
Post Revolutionary War borders of North America, as proposed by the Count of Aranda, 1782
Origins of significant figures from the United States between 1800 and 1950 .
Plan of York (Toronto), Canada 1797
Map of the Indian tribes of North America, about 1600 A.D. along the Atlantic, & about 1800 A.D. westwardly
Mean Center of the Population of the Contiguous United States | 1790-2010 (with Nonwhite and Black Populations pulled out)
Map of the Five Great Lakes of Canada (1764)
US map from 1784
"A new map of North America: with the British, French, Spanish, Dutch & Danish dominions on that great continent, and the West India Islands according to the definitive treaty concluded at Paris 10th February 1763" by Robert de Vaugondy, Robert Sayer & Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville
Map given to a French explorer in North America by native guide Auchagah circa. 1738.
British map of North America and the West Indies (1741)
Percent White in Mexico or New Spain according to the 1793 census by state
Mean Center of Population of the US 1790-2010 from https://www.businessinsider.com/the-center-of-america-keeps-moving-map-2014-1
1771 Hand Colored Map of North America
Dispersal of horses in western United States, 1600-1775
Eastern Part of New France or Canada with the Island of Newfoundland and Nova Escosse Acadia and New. England with St. Laurence River (1756)
A general chart of the island of Newfoundland
Percent Mestizo in Mexico or New Spain according to the 1793 census by state
Ancient Maps - The British Colonies in North America (1763-1775 C.E.)
Percent Indigenous in Mexico or New Spain according to the 1793 census by state OC
"To The Right Honorable John Lord Sommers . . . This Map of North America According To Ye Newest and Most Exact Observations . . ." - Herman Moll, 1719
Prince Edward Island map 1775
Map Showing Imperial Context in North America before the 1763 Treaty of Paris
Isthmus of Panama from Cartagena to Nicaragua showing both coasts (1800)
A beautiful 1775 map showing the state of exploration and discoveries in eastern Russia and high-latitude North America.
The United States in 1790, showing the Northwest Territory
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1708 De L'Isle Map of North America (Covens and Mortier ed.) - Geographicus - AmeriqueSeptentrionale-covensmortier-1708
British map of the north parts of America claimed by France under the names of Lousiana, Mississipi, Canada and New France (1720)
Eastern North America 1713
One of the first maps of North America ~1784
spain, britain, united states AD 1782
The colonial territories of North America in 1800
Plano del Archipielago de Clayocuat 1791
1776 US Southwest by Bernardo de Miera y Pacheco based off of the Dominguez-Escalante Expedition
Carte de la Nouvelle France : Canada et Louisiane (1755 ) -
US Catholic Church Locations in 1775, 1860, and 1890
United States and territories in 1799
British colonies in North America - c. Late 18th century
Ontario 1718
La Nouvelle-France
Map of territorial growth 1775
Map of Territorial Growth 1790 sm
Bernard Romans 1780 “Chorographical Map of the Northern Department of North America”
Origins of significant figures from the United States from 1800 to 1950, from Charles Murray's book Human Accomplishment .
Map of Monterrey, Mexico in 1798, it changed so much
British North America 1791
The Northwest Territory (modern day midwest) and North America in 1787
The United States of North America with the British & Spanish territories according to the treaty of 1784
1745 Map of Atlantic Canada (known as New France then) and New England coast from the Nova Scotia Archives.
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Mitchell Map-excerpt03
Fort Frontenac 1759
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