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File:Non-Native American Nations Control over N America 1750-2008.gif

English: Animated Map of the history of North America — from 1750 to 2008.
  • Showing the changing control of colonial territories and independent nations, over 250 years in North America.
  • NOTE: The declining—lost control of the Indigenous peoples of North America over their traditional territories and established homelands and cultural regions — is not considered in this euro-centric map.

Nations in North America
France Flag of France.svg 
Present day Canada
Canada Flag of Canada.svg 
Dominion of Newfoundland Newfoundland Red Ensign.png
France Flag of France.svg 
Britain Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
Present day USA
United States of America Flag of the United States.svg 
California Republic 1stBearFlag.svg
Confederate States of America Confederate National Flag since Mar 4 1865.svg
France Flag of France.svg 
Republic of Indian Stream No flag
Republic of Texas Flag of Texas (1836–1839).svg
Republic of Vermont Flag of Vermont Republic.svg
Republic of West Florida Bonnieblue.svg
Russia Flag of Russia.svg
Spain Flag of Spain.svg
Britain Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
Present day Mexico
Federal Republic of Central America Flag of the Federal Republic of Central America.svg
Mexico Flag of Mexico.svg 
Spain Flag of Spain.svg
Republic of the Rio Grande
Yucatán Flag of the Republic of Yucatan.svg

For notes on the individual border changes see Territorial evolution of North America. To make your own animated image use the slides below:

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Description European Settlement of North America circe 1750-2008
Date Created March, 2008
Source Own work
Author Esemono
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