Click on the circles to expand or collapse the tree.
Click on any place name for more information.
The tree expands to show the States and Locations recorded in the EAFSD and grouped by Continent.
A State in the EAFSD is the largest continous unit of local administration. States can be nations, colonies, or territories.
For example: England, Wales, Massachusetts, and the Virgin Islands are all States.
A Location is a city or town, like London or Quincy.
Some Locations are listed under more than one State because the boundaries shifted between 1775 and 1825.
To learn more about how the EAFSD records geographic information, look at the database diagrams.
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