Map of North America in 1810 following the Trans-Oceanic War of 1795 to 1799 and the Mexican War of Independence of 1799 to 1805. Spanish Florida and New Orleans have been annexed by Georgia. The State of Jefferson has expanded east to the Mississippi River, north to the Arkansas River, south to the Rio Grande, and west to the Pecos River. Mexico and Guatemala have gained their independence from Spain. Spanish Louisiana north of the Arkansas River has been conquered by the Confederation of North America and organized into the Confederation of Vandalia. A series of treaties between Spain, Great Britain, and Russia has fixed the borders of Russian Alaska; however, the border between northern Mexico and the confederation of Vandalia remains unresolved.
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