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Ridiculous Statehood by frenchfriar Ridiculous Statehood by frenchfriar
This is an attempt to show what would happen if all of the proposed states had indeed achieved statehood. Several states have been added to the map, as best as I could find descriptions of their boundaries or following what maps I found.

I used images of maps no longer in copyright as base images, and expanded upon them and changed them to get this result.

This was not my final result, alas, it is the only image that I have currently on my new computer.

Once I retrieve the rest off my old hard drive, I will post more.
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nsam85 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013
Very interesting, I love it! Great Job!
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frenchfriar Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks so much!

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pete8680 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2013
Cape Breton Island was once its own Province i think. So they should b seperate from Nova Scotia
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frenchfriar Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
absolutely! I could not agree more! i really need to do an updated version , with many more states added I left out of this one! hanks for the comment!
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ArrayOfStars Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2013
Also imagine if countries we treat like states actually became states, such as Israel or Russia.
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frenchfriar Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I can see making a case for Israel... even for adding the UK as individual states.. (it was actually proposed as a solution to the war debt after ww2, the British were not amused).
I can't imagine adding all of Russia to the Union even in the most ardent Ameriwank scenario, I'm even thinking of letting them keep Russian America, and turning it into three states which later joined, Alyeska, Yukon, and Severnye Sklone (the Northern Slope), with the last being another Native Nation state, like Nunuvut. Possibly even a refuge state for Czarist Russia.
Basically, the concept is a Balkanised North America, where a bunch of smaller nations later reunify.

Otherwise, yeah, I think I'm going to push it for all I can, and see what I can get into a sequel.
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LandoftheAncestors Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
I don't see the Cherokee petition for statehood before the period of Jackson's removal.
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LandoftheAncestors Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
Nevermind. I see it. I think this is the first time I have ever seen an approximation of the Cherokee state on a map. What might have been.
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frenchfriar Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This map has both: a remnant of the original Cherokee holdings, in brown, north of Alabama and Georgia, south of Franklin; and the state of Sequoyah, which was proposed 2 years ahead of the full state of Oklahoma, by forming what was then "Indian Territory" into a state by itself, which remained the basis for Oklahoma statehood for the full state later.
My thoughts on this map were to allow the Cherokee nation to remain, so no Trail of Tears, but have them also be instrumental in helping the fledgling state of Sequoyah to come into being. I'm having my cake and eating it.
(and by the way, my version of the Cherokee nation on the map was taken from borders on the Indian Cessions maps, something I highly recommend googling.)
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Feh-ji-no Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2012  Student
Wait, did I get this right, 88?
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