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map showing decolonization seems wrong to me
Heres a map showing decolonization https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/4/49/20111003231153%21Americas_independence_map.PNG
The thing is im not sure when Mexico is supposed to be decolonized, In some of the originals there was the year 1821, now its in the 1810 to 1820 period, which is the real year mexico was independent of the spanish? also i see the year 1824 on old flags of mexico probably when the first mexican country was formed. get back to me and let me know if the map needs to be changed again, i was around years ago on the chat boards and i said how Red River territory should be separate of the Louisiana territory. We got that sorted, then up came the decision on puting the non-declonized areas in the caribean and that was the final map in 2011. but i still feel mexican indiependence might be wrong though. 2602:306:32D8:24D0:4EB:A10C:A4E1:2EFD 01:56, 28 December 2016 (UTC)