The U.S.: States and Territories, 1802-1803 - Geography Games

The U.S.: States and Territories, 1802-1803 - Map Quiz Game

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Mapping the states and territories of the United States in 1802-1803 results in a familiar national outline with some very unfamiliar internal borders. This map quiz game can help clear things up. The original 13 colonies will be easy to identify, as will territories with familiar names, like the Mississippi Territory and the Indiana Territory. However, you may get stumped when locating Rupert's Land, Russian America, and the Viceroyalty of New Spain. Dig into why the 1802-1803 US states and territories were defined like this and use this map quiz—you'll become a US historic geography expert in no time!

The game The U.S.: States and Territories, 1802-1803 is available in the following language:
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The U.S.: States and Territories, 1802-1803 - Map Quiz Game

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