Historic Map - US Gulf Coast - 1747

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Carte general de toute la cte de la Louisianne jusqu'a la Baye St. Bernard, coste de la Floride, Baye de la Mobille, Be. de Pansacole, Baye de St. Ioseph, St. Marc des Apalaches. dans l'Amerique septentle., 1747 / A. Debatz, fecit.

General map of the entire coast of Louisiana until the St. Bernard Bay, coast of Florida, Mobile Bay, Pensacola Bay, St. Joseph Bay, St. Marc of Apalache. septentle in America., 1747 / A. Debatz, fecit.

The US Gulf Coast is on the southern coast of the Unites States, and includes the states of Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi and Alabama.

After Spanish explorers arrived in the early 1500's, the area became a Spanish sea for nearly two hundred years. French explorers came to the gulf in 1700, and founded the city of New Orleans in 1718. Rivalries between Spain, France and England dominated the coast for nearly a century, until the United States bought most of the region from France in 1803 with the Louisiana Purchase. Between 1810 to 1819, the US acquired Florida, and Texas became part of the United States after the Mexican American War.

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