ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES

FOR NORTH AMERICA

Map centering on the Rio Grande and the Panhandle.

For theoretical explanation, see home page.

Compare with 38-state proposal of G. Etzel Pearcy.

Dark gray lines are subcontinent boundaries.
Medium gray lines are country boundaries.
Light gray lines are regional boundaries.
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Rio Grande and Panhandle detail map

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Comparison with 38-state proposal of G. Etzel Pearcy.

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Map centering on the Rio Grande and the Panhandle.

For theoretical explanation, see home page.

Compare with 38-state proposal of G. Etzel Pearcy.

Dark gray lines are subcontinent boundaries.
Medium gray lines are country boundaries.
Light gray lines are regional boundaries.
Click on map to see adjacent areas.

Rio Grande and Panhandle detail map

Send questions and suggestions for geographic names to ridewaver@gmail.com.

Home page

Information about regions

Questions

Comparison with 38-state proposal of G. Etzel Pearcy.

Related maps:

Information about regions

Questions

Comparison with 38-state proposal of G. Etzel Pearcy.

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