I coudl make them in vectors later. If I have time of course, but I'm sorry to say I make no promises. Gorgeous! Back to the independence of South America. @Entrerriano To what agreements we have reached so far? I think these would be: - Gran Colombia can't sustain itself nor grow larger. - Perú and Upper Perú would take more time in being liberated, with them being able to hold themselves longer they would serve as a focus for the Royalists and try to delay the independence of the rest of the continent. - Argentina would fracture (into what and how we still have to see). - Britain will retain Buenos Aires and Uruguay, likely Entre Ríos and even part of Corrientes and Santa Fe. - The British Empire would likely colonize part of Patagonia (and it would likely be less than Argentina did in OTL, the terrain later oculd be sold). - Brazil wouldn't take Misiones Orientales or at least not get it until later in time. - San Martín wouldn't be a factor. To these points I would like to add that I think the independence of Chile and Colombia would be no later than in 1820, Ecuador, Venezuela and Paraguay no later than 1825 and Perú and Upper Perú no later than 1830. Maybe, instead of trying to predict exactly what would happen, we could make some maps of the 1830s and decide to what we want to come to in terms of territories first and then decide what we should do to accomplish such results. In general I mean, not all the specific borders to a milimetre and such. By the way, if you want to keep an even number of states in the US, I would recommend having Vancouver Island as a separate state. My reasoning for that is that, without San Francisco and the surrounding cities, the US would concentrate on making the equivalents of Vancouver and Seattle into larger ports earlier. Thus their importance would increase drawing a larger number of migrants, these people might create enough settlements in Vancouver Island to make it worthy of a state status when the territory where it laid would be reorganized into them.