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Figure 1. The territories of British North America. Modern boundaries primarily reflect settlement patterns and land grants from the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries. Ungava was separated from Quebec as a native people’s land grant. Borders in the western half of British North America reflect patterns of territorial acquisition and the outcomes of negotiations, including efforts to resettle native peoples. When independent Texas was annexed, it was divided into three territories to limit its potential influence.

 

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