032 – Source Notes

US Territorial Expansion Map from the US National Atlas, courtesy of the US government
The United States 1792-1795, courtesy of Golbez and Wikipedia
Map of US Indian Removal, courtesy of Nikater and Wikipedia
Oregon Country/Columbia District, 1816-1846, courtesy of Wikipedia
Political Divisions of Mexico and Texas, 1836-1845, courtesy of Giggette and Wikipedia

Audio editing for this episode was done by Andrew Pfannkuche (andrew@pfannkuche.com)

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