First printed map of the American continents by Sebastian Münster (1554)
1681 map of the New World: New France & the Great Lakes in the north which shows the results of the expeditions of Father Marquette and L. Jolliet (1673) & the Cavelier de la Salle expedition in the Mississipi river valley
A map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto, (1775)
“A new and correct map of the United States of North America” is the first map of the U.S. drawn and printed in the US by an American; it was printed in Connecticut by Abel Buell in March 1784, six months after the Treaty of Paris
Propaganda from 1888. Liberty begins in Plymouth under the guide of the Bible and takes the U.S. across the Great Plains towards Immortality (i.e. San Francisco); Slavery, on the other hand, starts in Jamestown without any Bible and leads the USA on the path to Hades (i.e. Abilene, Texas).
A 1917 map advocating for women’s suffrage
“The Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba extended full suffrage to their women in 1916. Ontario gave them full suffrage in March 1917.”
Relative size of each of the United States if based on electrical energy sold for light and power (1921)
The Top 10 states in terms of electricity used were: #1 New York, #2 Pennsylvania, #3 California, #4 Illinois, #5 Ohio, #6 Michigan, #7 Massachusetts, #8 Washington (state), #9 Montana, #10 Wisconsin.
United States Highways (1926)
These National Highways will also act as State Highways and as County Roads and Town or Township Roads for the localities through which they pass. These National Highways will give North and South and East and West main trunk roads between all the county Seats in all the 3067 Counties of the 48 States. These National Highways will thus at one cost become the main trunk roads of the communities thru which they pass, the Towns or Townships. the Counties, the States, and thus the Nation. Such a system of National Highways will be paid for out of general taxation. So paid the cost will be equitably distributed. The 9 rich densely populated northeastern States will pay over 50 percent of this cost. They can afford to, as they will gain the most. Over 40 percent will be paid by the great wealthy cities of the Nation. They also can afford this, for next to the 9 northeastern States they gain more than the great agricultural States. The farming regions of the West, Mississippi Valley, South-west, and South will pay less than 10 percent of the cost and get 90 percent of the mileage. These 39 States should have this mileage to the advantage and profit of the entire Nation. The building and maintenance of these National Highways by the United States Government will thus relieve the States, the Counties, the Towns or Townships of the cost of building and maintaining these trunk Highways. The funds of the States, the Counties, and the Towns or Townships can, therefore, be used for their secondary and other roads less costly to build and maintain.
If we enter a World War – and LOSE, Los Angeles Examiner (November 14, 1937)
The United States, with the greatest resources on earth, would suffer the fate of Poland, Austria, and Germany – our prized lands would be divided among conquerors.