Proposals and War Aims That Didn't Happen Map Thread

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Doesn’t that proposal predate the creaton of Israel?

 
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This is a map of Maine's second congressional district.
I put this hear because I just read about a proposal for splitting Maine in a north and south manner and I felt this map may help to give a good idea for what would be planned.
There's not much to go on regarding this, it's just your dime a dozen "rural more conservative part of the state feeling neglected or overlooked by more urbanized liberal part of the state" shtick.
 
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This is a map of Maine's second congressional district.
I put this hear because I just read about a proposal for splitting Maine in a north and south manner and I felt this map may help to give a good idea for what would be planned.
There's not much to go on regarding this, it's just your dime a dozen "rural more conservative part of the state feeling neglected or overlooked by more urbanized liberal part of the state" shtick.
That’s actually a terrible idea because the cumulative industrial production of northern Maine is a tree and maybe a few cows
 
Here something involving US state claims. Lets just say this is an example of a slight Virginiawank. Also I don't understand the logic begin Virginia wanting to own what is now part of Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan (and the upper lower half of the other Michigan).

 
Here something involving US state claims. Lets just say this is an example of a slight Virginiawank. Also I don't understand the logic begin Virginia wanting to own what is now part of Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan (and the upper lower half of the other Michigan).

Apart from "mine", and "more land good, even more land better"?
 
Also I don't understand the logic begin Virginia wanting to own what is now part of Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan (and the upper lower half of the other Michigan).
If you take a closer look at the map you'll see the two stripes of territory say "Massachussets and Virginia" / "Connecticut and Virginia", so in theory that Virginian territory in the northwest would be connexted to the rest through the condominiums. I guess.
 
Here something involving US state claims. Lets just say this is an example of a slight Virginiawank. Also I don't understand the logic begin Virginia wanting to own what is now part of Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan (and the upper lower half of the other Michigan).

Nice map. But it doesn't show the New York claims, which were, shall we say, expansive
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Also I don't understand the logic begin Virginia wanting to own what is now part of Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan (and the upper lower half of the other Michigan).

It might be because those territories were allotted to Virginia by the 1609 colonial charter (and hadn’t been subsequently given to any of the other colonies) and are within the boundaries of the USA at the time, so I guess Virginia just assumed that it was rightfully theirs.
 
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