Historical Map of the Thirteen
Colonies at the End of the Colonial Period
The uncolored territory east of the
Mississippi and south of the great lakes, was claimed
Georgia, the Carolinas, Virginia, Massachusetts and Connecticut, by
virtue of their
The part north of the Ohio is shown in this map as part of the
province of Quebec, to
it was added in 1774.
University of Texas at Austin.
From the Cambridge Modern History Atlas, 1912.
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