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If every proposed state in the USA was accepted.

The 124 states of America. This is potentially what the USA would look like if all of the secession movements in our history had succeeded – at least up to by a Mansfield University geography professor named Andrew Shears

Flight of the Earls Route

Flight of the Earls Route

R1b-P312 Frequency Map showing an Atlantic Maritime distribution. S116 shows maximum Y-STR diversity in France and Germany but maximum frequency in Iberia and the British Isles. In the latter region it is represented mainly by R-M529 with the R-M222 subclade being particularly prominent in Ireland but also North England. I do not doubt that R-M222 would be prominent there as well. R-S116 also shows signs of being a Celtic, or Celtiberian-related lineag.

Sardinian People: [Genetics] Y-Dna Haplogroups distribution in Sardinians

The Viking-age Fylki (Petty kingdoms) in Norway before the unification.  by jkvatterholm:   Important! This is the “de jure” regions so to say. A petty king might have power in 2 or 3 of them, or they might be divided in various ways. The fylki are mostly a kind of administrative grouping, and they survived into the time of medieval Norway and beyond. The fylki had in the beginning mostly a þing each, but some went for further cooperation made bigger multi-fylki þings

The Viking-age Fylki (Petty kingdoms) in Norway before the unification. by jkvatterholm: “ Important! This is the “de jure” regions so to say. A petty king might have power in 2 or 3 of them, or they might be divided in various ways. The fylki are.

The best option for #Europe is to turn into a Federation. One #Federation where each #European Nation is represented with same rights and duties, creating in this way a European Federation of Nation States.  Or not? Find out in the article at http://one-europe.info/a-european-federation-of-nations

A European Federation of Nations

Historical map of the Lost State of Franklin. Though claimed as a Tennessee "invention", the State of Franklin's "birthplace" was Abingdon. (Truth!)

Historical map of the Lost State of Franklin. Though claimed as a Tennessee "invention", the State of Franklin's "birthplace" was Abingdon.

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