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WOW!
That must have taken a lot of time to get all that info, It is fun to see that the creators are active in dveloping the game.

I think you should get a promotion for this from greve to atleast jarl =)
 

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Must be the longest post ever... :eek:
 

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Yup, I think so, but I suppose BiB won't agree :D
 

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Originally posted by Greven
I think this is rather accurate...:)

COLONIAL ATLAS FOR EUROPA UNIVERSALIS

Our thanks to : Matthew Wallhead and Heiko Brendel + all Beta testers.

South-East Asia: Status
Legend:
-cS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish colony, as moderately large settlements within it had been established or taken over (similarly: cD = The Dutch, cE = England, cP = Portugal).
- tS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish trading post, as trading posts or missions within it had been established or taken over. (similarly: tD = The Dutch, tE = England, tP = Portugal).
- No Settlement = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims.
Sumatra:
AJEH (ID #679) - 1509 tP, 1601 tD.
RIAU (ID #680) - 1641 tD.
JAMBI (ID #681) - 1659 tD.
PALEMBANG (ID #682) - 1512 tP, 1596 tD.
Java:
SUNDA (ID #701) - 1677 cD.
JAKARTA (ID #702) - 1619 cD.
BANDUNG (ID #703) - 1755 cD.
SURABAYA (ID #704) - 1743 cD.
Lesser Sunda Islands:
BALI (ID #705) - No Settlement.
SUMBAWA (ID #710) - 1669 tD.
FLORES (ID #711) - No Settlement.
TIMOR (ID #712) - 1521 cP.
Borneo:
SABAH (ID #695) - No Settlement.
BRUNEI (ID #696) - No Settlement.
SARAWAK (ID #697) - 1609 tD.
BANDJARMASIN (ID #698) - No Settlement.
SELATAN (ID #699) - 1617 tD.
KALIMANTAN (ID #700) - No Settlement.

Sulawesi:
MANADO (ID #706) - 1540 tP, 1657 tD.
SULAWESI (ID #707) - 1667 tD.
MAKASSAR (ID #708) - 1545 tP, 1607 cD.
SALABANKA (ID #709) -1617 tD.
Moluccas:
TINDORE (ID #713) - 1653 tD.
BURU (ID #714) - 1526 tP, 1622 tD.
CERAM (ID #715) - 1653 tD.

New Guinea:
SORONG (ID #716) - No Settlement.
KALEPAM (ID #717) - No Settlement.
WEWAK (ID #718) - No Settlement.
RABAUL (ID #719) - No Settlement.
Philippines:
LUZON (ID #690) - 1579 cS.
MINDORO (ID #691) - 1564 cS.
SAMAR (ID #692) - 1564 cS.
MINDANAO (ID #693) - 1596 cS.
PALAWAN (ID #694) - No Settlement.
Indochina peninsula:
MALACCA (ID #677) - 1511 cP, 1641 cD.
KUALA LUMPUR (ID #676) - 1520 tP, 1638 tD.
IRRAWADY (ID #673) - 1520 tP, 1635 tD.
SINGAPORE (ID #678) - 1603 tD.
All other provinces (IDs #662 to #672, #674 and #675) - No Settlement.
Australia:
WAGGA (ID #723) - 1788 cE. All other provinces (IDs #720 to #722 and #724 to #726 and #731) - No Settlement.
New Zealand:
All provinces (IDs #727 to #730) - No Settlement.
Oceania:
KAUAI (ID #812), OAHU(ID #813), TAHITI (ID #814), VITI LEVU (ID #815) - No Settlement.
Others:
TAIWAN (ID #689) - tD 1624, 1662 independent, 1683 Chinese.

The Americas : Status
Legend:
dS = At the end of this date the province or sea had been discovered for Spain (similarly: dD = The Dutch, dE = England, dF = France. dP = Portugal, dR = Russia, dSw = Sweden).
cS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish colony, as moderately large settlements within it had been established or taken over (similarly: cD = The Dutch, cE = England, cF = France, cP = Portugal, cSw = Sweden).
tS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish trading post, as trading posts or missions within it had been established or taken over. (similarly: tD = The Dutch, tE = England, tF = France, tP = Portugal, tR = Russian).
- No Settlement = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims.
- Unknown and no settlement = The province was ‘terra incognita’ and had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival territorial claims.
- Uninhabitable = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims, and it should be made into ‘true’ terra incognita to reflect its inhospitable, impassable nature. Or at least MAKE ITS ATTRITION LEVEL 0, so you can pass through at your peril, and make settlement impossible.
- Inca = Part of the Inca Empire in 1492 (larger than presently depicted).
- Aztec = Part of the Aztec Empire in 1492.
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‘ACAPULCO BAY’ [963] dS c.1526, dE 1578
‘ALEUTIAN ISLANDS’ [827] dR 1741, dE 1779
‘AREQUIPA BAY’ [1105] dS 1532, dE 1578
‘ARICA GULF’ [1104] dS 1553, dE 1578
‘ATACAMA COAST’ [1364] dS 1553, dE 1578
‘BAHIA BLANCA’ [1335] dS 1520, dE 1577, dD 1616, dP 1680, dF 1712
‘BAY OF BELEM’ [1107] dP 1499, dS 1499, dF 1560, dD 1587, dE 1595
‘BAY OF COSTA RICA’ [1038] dS 1526, dE 1578
‘BAY OF FUNDY’ [864] dE 1497, d Navarre 1500, dP 1501, dF 1524, dS 1524, dD 1620.
‘BELIZE BAY’ [964] dS 1505, dE 1567, dF 1575, dD 1600
‘CALIFORNIAN GULF’ [900] dS 1539, dE 1579
‘CAPE CANAVERAL’ [907] dS 1513, dF 1555, dE 1562, dP 1570, dD 1595
‘CAPE HATTERAS’ [909] dF 1524, dS 1524, dE 1584, dD 1620
‘CAPE HORN’ [1240] dD 1616
‘CARIBBEAN SEA’ [1044] dS 1499, dP 1499, dF 1553, dE 1567, dD 1599
‘CHEASAPEAKE BAY’ [862] dE 1509, dS 1524, dF 1524, dD 1620
‘COAST OF BRASIL’ [1110] dS 1500, dP 1501, dD 1587, dE 1595
‘COAST OF CALIFORNIA’ [899] dS 1542, dE 1579, dD 1620
‘COAST OF CAROLINA’ [908] dS 1524, dF 1562, dE 1564
‘COAST OF CHILE’ [1168] dS 1520, dE 1578
‘COAST OF COLUMBIA’ [861] dS 1774, dE 1779
‘COAST OF ECUADOR’ [1041] dS 1526, dE 1579
‘COAST OF OREGON’ [860] dS 1603, dE 1779
‘COAST OF PATAGONIA’ [1169] dS 1520, dE 1577, dD 1616, dP 1680, dF 1712
‘COAST OF PERNAMBUC’ [1113] dS 1500, dP 1500, dF 1530, dE 1530, dD 1587
‘COAST OF PERU’ [1101] dS 1532, dE 1579
‘COAST OF RECIFE’ [1112] dS 1500 dP 1500, dF 1530, dE 1530, dD 1587
‘FALKLAND ISLANDS’ [1243] dS 1712, dF1712, dE 1764
‘FLORIDA STRAITS’ [965] dS 1494, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1565, dD 1595
‘GREATER ANTILLAS’ [1375] dS 1493, dP 1499, dF 1533, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘GULF OF ALASKA’ [828] dR 1741, dE 1779
‘GULF OF AMAZON’ [1108] dP 1499, dS 1499, dF 1560, dD 1587, dE 1595
‘GULF OF DARIEN’ [1043] dS 1503, dF 1553, dE 1567, dD 1599
‘GULF OF GUAYAQUIL’ [1040] dS 1526
‘GULF OF MEXICO’ [904] dS 1506, dP 1525, dE 1567, dF 1575, dD 1615
‘GULF OF PANAMA’ [1039] dS 1524, dE 1579
‘GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE’ [833] dF 1534, dE 1629, dD 1673
‘GUYANA COAST’ [1106] dS 1499, dP 1499, dF 1560, dE 1595, dD 1600
‘HUDSON BAY’ [829] dE 1610
‘HUDSON STRAITS’ [830] dE 1610
‘JAMAICAN SEA’ [966] dS 1494, dP 1520, dF 1534, dE 1564, dD 1595
‘LEEWARD ISLANDS’ [1047] dS 1493, dP 1499, dF 1533, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘LESSER ANTILLAS’ [1378] dS 1493, dP 1499, dF 1533, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘MAGELLAN STRAIT’ [1239] dS 1520, dE 1578, dD 1616, dF 1712
‘MANZANILLO BAY’ [962] dS 1527, dE 1579
‘MASSACHUSSETTS BAY’ [863] dE 1509, dS 1524, dF 1524, dD 1620
‘MAZATLAN BAY’ [901] dS 1527, dE 1579
‘MISSISSIPI BAY’ [905] dS 1528, dE 1562, dF 1575, dP 1580, dD 1683
‘MOBILE BAY’ [906] dS 1528, dE 1562, dF 1575, dP 1580, dD 1683
‘MOSQUITOS COAST’ [1042] dS 1502, dE 1567, dP 1572, dF 1575, dD 1600
‘NEWFOUNDLANDS BANK’ [865] dE 1497, dP 1501, dF 1534, dD 1673
‘N. PACIFIC OCEAN’ (off SAN BERNARDINO) dS 1542, dE 1579
‘PATAGONIAN SEA’ [1241] dS 1520, dE 1577, dD 1616, dP 1680, dF 1712
‘RIO DE JANEIRO’ [1115] dP 1502, dS 1516, dF 1530, dE 1577, dD 1590
‘RIO DE LA PLATA’ [1173] dP 1502, dS 1516, dF 1530, dE 1577, dD 1590
‘SANTA CATALINA ISLANDS’ [897] dS 1543, dE 1579
‘SEA OF BAFFIN’ [831] dE 1578
‘SEA OF LABRADOR’ [834] dE 1497, dP 1500
‘SEA OF SARGASSOS’ [968] dS 1492, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1564, dD 1595
‘SOUTH CHILEAN COAST’ [1374] dS 1520, dE 1578
‘STRAIT OF LABRADOR’ [832] dE 1497, dP 1500
‘STRAITS OF PUERTO RICO’ [1046] dS 1493, dP 1499, dF 1533, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘TAMPA BAY’ [1373] dS 1513, dF 1555, dE 1562, dP 1575, dD 1600
‘TAMPICO BAY’ [902] dS 1506, dP 1525, dE 1567, dF 1575, dD 1683
‘THE BAHAMAS’ [967] dS 1492, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1564, dD 1595
‘TODOS SANTOS BAY’ [1114] dP 1502, dS 1516, dF 1530, dE 1577, dD 1590
‘TORTUGA ISLAND’ [969] dS 1492, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘VENEZUELAN SEA’ [1045] dS 1498, dP 1499, dF 1553, dE 1564, dD 1599
‘WINWARD ISLANDS’ [1048] dS 1493, dP 1499, dF 1533, dE 1562, dD 1595
‘YUCATAN SEA’ [903] dS 1506 dP 1525, dE 1567, dF 1575, dD 1600
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ADIRONDAK [100] dF 1615, dE 1688, tE 1749 Ogdenburg (not Fort Henry), US 1782. The French colonynames file wrongly places ‘Fort Carillon’ here. Fort Carillion is another name for Ticonderoga - est.1755 in Ticonderoga province. It also states that FRA #100 should be called ‘Chouagen’, neither is true because there were no French settlements in Adirondak province.
AIRES [223] dS 1537, cS 1537 Buenos Aires (abandoned 1541), dP 1570, cS 1580 Buenos Aires
AISEN [177] - Uninhabitable
ALABAMA [55] dE 1673, cE 1775 Atlanta (not Augusta, which isn’t where EU ‘Alabama’ is), US 1782.
ALAGOAS [206] dP 1640, cP 1745 Vitoria de Conquista (not Sao Salve nor Aracaju)
ALEUTES [186] dR 1745, tR 1784 Pavlovsk Gavan (not Kiska). In 1784 Russia established her first trading post in Alaska: Three Saints Bay. It became the city of Pavlovsk Gavan in 1792 (if I knew the Russian for Three Saints Bay I’d name it that). I have assumed that this island represents Kikhtak, laterday Kodiak.
ALLEGHANY [61] dE 1673, cE 1750 Charlotte (not Camden), US 1782.
ALTAR [15] dS 1695, cS 1695 Tuscon (not Yuma)
AMAPA [183] dP 1640, cP 1745 Macapa
ANTICOSTI [123] dF 1534 – No Settlement.
ANTIGUA [147] dS 1494, dF 1535, dE 1580, dD 1595, cE 1632 Saint John City (this needs adding to the colonynames file under ENG 147).
APPALACHE [66] dE 1671, cE 1788 Fort Lee (not Charlotte), US 1782.
APURE [155] dS 1540 – No Settlement.
ARAXA [212] dP 1750 – No Settlement.
AREQUIPA [170] - Inca, dS 1535, cS 1540 Arequipa
ARICA [172] – Inca, dS 1537, cS 1540 Antofagasta (not Arica)
ARIZONA [18] dS 1540 – No Settlement.
ARKANSAS [51] dS 1542 – No Settlement. The French colonynames file places Fort Orléans here, but it should be in Missouri.
ARTIGAS [216] dS 1750 – No Settlement. If it were settled it would have been called Salto not Santa Fe.
ATACAMA [173] - Inca, dS 1536, cS 1536 Valparaiso
ATHABASKA [133] dF 1686, dE 1754 –No Settlement.
ATLIXCO [30] - Aztec, dS 1522, cS 1531 Acapulco (not Puebla)
ATTAWAPISKAT [131] dE 1668, tE 1668 Fort Rupert (not Fort Ruppert), dF 1686
AYACUCHO [167] - Inca, dS 1533, cS 1533 Ayacucho (not Santiago del Estero)
AZUAY [163] - Inca, dS 1534, cS 1534 Quito
BAJA [13] dS 1720, cS 1720 La Paz (not Santa Rosalia)
BANGOR [112] dF 1580, tF 1605 Fort des Pentagouets (destroyed by the Dutch 1674), dE 1625, dD 1674, US 1782. Though claimed by England this province was only ever settled by a French trading post 1605-74, after which it was virtually abandoned, i.e. it reverted to a neutral ‘native’ province. England’s interests in the province occurred later, the great timber port of Bangor started in 1791 and grew to fame in the next century. Though never colonised by the English, the colonynames ENG 112 entry should read ‘Bangor’ not ‘Portsmouth’ to allow for its potential premature development - whilst ‘Portsmouth’ is in Penobscot province not here.
BARAHONA [143] dS 1496, cS 1496 Santo Domingo, dE 1562.
BARBADOS [152] dS 1502, dF 1540, dE 1575, dD 1600, cE 1623 Bridgetown.
BAYOU [45] dS 1543 –No Settlement. The EU colonynames file claims that France had its trading post of Bâton Rouge here. This is wrong, Bâton Rouge was established in 1722 in Biloxi province.
BELLE ISLE [124] – Unknown and no settlement.
BILOXI [46] dS 1541, dF 1682, tF 1699, cF 1718 Nouvelle Orléans, dE 1763, cE 1763 New Orleans, cS 1783 Nuevo Orleans.
BOGOTA [160] dS 1537, cS 1538 Santa Fe de Bogota
CAJAMARCA [165] - Inca, dS 1532, cS 1532 Cajamarca (not Pimente)
CALI [162] - Inca, dS 1526, cS 1526 Esmeraldas
CAMPECHE [34] dS 1524, dE 1610, tE 1650, cE 1683 Belize
CANGUCU [214] dS 1542, dP 1640, cP 1745 Santa Maria
CANIAPISCAU [125] – Unknown and no settlement.
CANUMA [191] dS 1643, dP 1700 – No Settlement.
CANYON [16] dS 1540 – No Settlement.
CARACAS [197] dP 1613 – No Settlement.
CARIBE [178] dS 1540, cS 1540 Cumana (not Porto La Cruz), dE 1595, dD 1600
CAROLINA [62] dS 1566, cS 1566 Santa Elena , dE 1663, cE 1663 Charleston, US 1782.
CARTAGENA [158] dS 1532, cS 1533 Cartagena, dE 1586
CATAWBA [65] dE 1670, cE 1757 Lynchburg (not Hillsboro), US 1782.
CATSKILL [88] dE 1692, cE 1775 Unionville (not Albany), US 1782.
CHEASAPEAKE [68] dE 1607, cE 1607 Jamestown (not Richmond), dD 1638, US 1782.
CHICOUTIMI [121] dF 1600, tF 1600 Tadoussac, tE 1763
CHIHUAHUA [20] dS 1583, cS 1709 Chihuahua
CHIMO [134] dF 1686, dE 1745, tE 1774 Ontario.
CHISASIBI [130] – Unknown and no settlement. The EU colonynames file places a fictional ‘Fort Georges’ here, ‘Fort Prince George’ was in the Ohio valley. There was no such fort here.
CHUBUT [226] dS 1672 –No Settlement.
COAHUILHA [23] dS 1554, cS 1554 Delicias (not Monterey)
COLUMBIA [6] – Unknown and no settlement.
CONCHO [42] – Unknown and no settlement.
CONNECTICUT [102] dE 1609, dF 1624, dD 1630, cE 1637 New Haven, US 1782.
COPETONAS [224] dS 1672, cS 1779 Carmen de Patagones (not Bahia Blanca)
COQUIMBO [174] – Inca, dS 1552, cS 1552 Valdivia (not La Serena)
CORRIENTES [221] dS 1545, cS 1573, dP 1580 Cordoba
COSTA RICA [822] dS 1522, cS 1522 Granada (not San Jose)
CUPICA [161] dS 1531, cS 1531 Buenaventura (not Medellin)
CURACAO [153] dS 1499, dP 1499, cS 1513 Bonaire (no existing colonynames SPA #153 file), dD 1599, cD 1634 Curaçao
CURITIBA [213] dP 1542, dF 1549, cF 1549 (destroyed 1558, name unknown), cP 1566 Porto Alegre.
CUYUNI [179] dE 1595, dD 1600, cD 1602 Essequibo
CUZCO [169] - Inca, dS 1533, cS 1533 Cuzco
DELAWARE [86] dE 1608, dF 1615, dD 1638, dSw 1638, cSw 1638 Fort Cristina (Fästning Christina?), cD 1655, cE 1682 Philadelphia, US 1782.
DETROIT [82] dF 1685, dE 1686, tF 1686 Fort Pontchartrain (not Fort Detroit), tE 1763 (Detroit), US 1782. Though the first trading post here was Fort St. Joseph, Fort Pontchartrain was bigger. Though Fort Pontchartrain was also known as Fort Detroit that wasn’t until later.
DIAMENTINA [207] dP 1532, cP 1560 Itabuna (not Recife)
DOMINICA [148] dS 1493, dF 1540, dE 1570, dD 1600, cF 1635 Roseau, cE 1763
DULUTH [79] dF 1680, tF 1665 St.Esprit, Fort Chequamegon and Fort Ste. Croix (but not Fort La Reine), dE 1767, tE 1763, US 1782.
EL PASO [22] dS 1532, cS 1682 El Paso (not San Angelo)
EMPALME [17] dS 1540, cS 1700 Hermosillo
ENSENADA [12] dS 1766, tS 1775 Ensenada
ERIE [71] dE 1755 – No Settlement. US 1782. The French colonynames file places Fort Vincennes here. Fort Vincennes was in Miamis. This province was never settled in the EU era.
ESKIMALT [135] dE 1670, tE 1670 Fort Albany (not Fort York), dF 1686
EVERGLADES [50] dS 1565 – No Settlement.
FOX [73] dF 1680 – No Settlement. US 1782. The French colonynames file places Fort Crèvecoeur here. Fort Crèvecoeur (Peoria) was established in Milwaukee province (RL state of Illinois). This province was never settled in the EU era.
FUNDY [115] dF 1606, tF 1610 Fort Beauséjour, cF 1630, cE 1713 Fort Cumberland. The name ‘Fort Cumberland’ needs adding as an entry in the colonynames file under ENG 115.
GANDER [118] dF 1600, dE 1616 – No Settlement.
GASPÉSIE [114] dF 1606 – No Settlement. The French colonynames file erroneously places a settlement named Gaspé here but Gaspésie was never significantly settled in the EU era.
GOIAS [196] dS 1613 – No Settlement.
GUADELOUPE [149] dS 1502, dF 1540, dE 1570, dD 1600, cF 1635 Pointe à Pitre
GUANTANAMO [139] dS 1511, cS 1514 Santiago de Cuba, dF 1553
GUATEMALA [33] dS 1523, cS 1524 Santiago (not Guatemala)
GUAYAQUIL [164] - Inca, dS 1526, cS 1526 Guayaquil
GUYANA [180] dE 1595, dD 1650
HAVANA [137] dS 1511, cS 1514 Havana, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1562, dD 1595
HINDUA [72] dF 1680, tF 1680 Fort St. Josephe, dE 1760, tE 1763, US 1782.
HOCHELAGA [106] dF 1536, cF 1642 Montréal, dE 1645, cE 1763 Montreal.
HONDURAS [36] dS 1525, cS 1525 Trujillo (not Tegucigalpa)
HUANUCO [166] - Inca, dS 1533, cS 1535 Lima
HURON [98] dF 1610, dE 1645, tF 1673 Fort Frontenac, tE 1763
IGUATO [204] – Unknown and no settlement. The potential Portuguese settlement #204 (built after 1792 in RL) should be Juazeiro do Norte not Teresina.
ILLINOIS [59] dF 1673, tF 1698 Cahokia (not Saint Louis des Miamis), dE 1720, tE 1765, US 1782.
IOWA [75] dF 1673 - No settlement. The French colonynames file places Fort Bourbon here but this province was never really settled in the EU era. If a French colony name is needed for a potential colony in FRA 75 then ‘Dubuque’ would suffice, local colonists built sawmills and lead mines there around 1788 (after French political control had been lost and within 4 years of the end of the game).
IRONDEKOIT [83] dE 1746, dF 1754, tF 1754 Fort Duquesne, tE 1763 Fort Pitt (which became Pittsburgh after the EU era) , US 1782.
ISLE ROYALE [117] dP 1520, cP 1520 (vanished 1526, name unknown), dS 1524, dE 1524, dF 1524, cF 1650 Louisbourg, cE 1763
ISTHMUS [39] dS 1513, cS 1519 This should be named Nombre de Dios if this port is Caribbean, Panama if it’s Pacific dE 1572
ITAIMAS [210] dP 1532, cP 1532 Sao Paolo (not Vitoria)
JALISCO [24] dS 1535, cS 1554 Durango
JAMAICA [140] dS 1494, dE 1570, cE 1654 Kingston (this is listed as Spanish colony #140, which is wrong. It was never colonised, if it had been ‘Esquivel’ would be an appropriate name for the hypothetical colony because the natives were conquered by Juan de Esquivel in 1509.
JAPURA [190] dS 1542, dP 1700 – No Settlement.
JUJUY [220] dS 1544, dP 1585 – No Settlement. Despite being listed in the Spanish colonynames files it wasn’t settled. If it were its name would have been Santiago del Estero not Corriente.
KEBEC [110] dF 1536, tF 1608 Québec, dE 1629, cF 1663, cE 1763 Quebec.
KENTUCKY [67] dE 1674, cE 1774 Harrodsburg
KITIMAT [2] – Unknown and no settlement.
LAURENTIA [108] dF 1645 – No Settlement. The French colonynames files says there is a ‘Chicoutimi’ in Laurentia (despite of the use of the name for province #121) but there was no significant European settlement here in the EU era.
LES CAYES [141] dS 1495, dP 1499, dF 1530, cF 1660 Port au Prince. The colonynames file lists this a Spanish colony, which is wrong.
LIMA [168] – Inca, dS 1535, cS 1535 Camana (not San Juan)
MACACOS [189] dS 1542, dP 1700 – No Settlement.
MAGALLANES [228] -Uninhabitable
MANAUS [184] dS 1542, dP 1674, tP 1674 Manaus
MANHATTAN [87] dD 1613, tD 1613 Neuw Amsterdam, cD 1623, dE 1623, cE 1664 New York US 1782.
MANICOUAGAN [122] dF 1534 – No Settlement. The French colonynames file erroneously places a settlement named Sept Iles here but Manicouagan was never significantly settled in the EU era.
MARACAIBO [157] dS 1499, cS 1525 Maracaibo (actually Coro was first, but Maracaibo - est.1571 - was pre-eminent by 1669).
MARAJO [198] dS 1542, dP 1640, cP 1700 Ilha de Marajo (not Belem)
MARANHAO [201] – Unknown and no settlement. The potential Portuguese settlement #204 (built after 1792 in RL) should be Teresina not Crato.
MARONI [182] dF 1604, cF 1604 Cayenne
MARTINIQUE [150] dS 1502, dF 1540, dE 1570, cE 1570, dD 1600, cF 1635 Fort de France
MASSACHUSSETTS [103] dE 1620, cE 1620 Boston (actually Plymouth was established here at this date and Boston ten years later. But Boston was more significant in the long run so its name should dominate), dD 1630, US 1782.
MATA GROSSO [195] – Unknown and no settlement.
MATAGORDA [43] dS 1529, tS 1716 Nacogdoches, cS 1779
MAZATLAN [21] dS 1531, cS 1531 Mazatlan
MEGANTIC [105] dF 1607, dE 1633, tF 1740 St.-François (not Chambly), tE 1763 St.-Francis (not Concord).
MESABI [77] dF 1738 – No Settlement.
MIALTO [129] – Unknown and no settlement.
MIAMIS [60] dF 1679, tF 1702 Fort Vincennes, dE 1708, tE 1763, US 1782.
MICHILIMAKINAK [81] dE 1687, dF 1690 – No Settlement. US 1782. The French colonynames file places Fort Pontchartrain here but it’s in Detroit province (being the site of Detroit itself - no less).
MICHOAGAN [26] – Aztec, dS 1531, cS 1531 Guadalajara (not Guadalaraja)
MICMAC [113] dF 1555, tF 1604 Île Ste. Croix (not Saint Jean). Abandoned 1605, no settlement thereafter. EU places a fictional English settlement called ‘Penobscot’ here. Having two ‘Penobscots’ in the game (a province, and city in another province) is too confusing for words. No such colony every existed here. If a hypothetical English settlement had occurred here it would have been called ‘New Brunswick’.
MILWAUKEE [74] dF 1673, tF 1680 Crèvecoeur, tE 1763, US 1782.
MINAS GERAIS [208] dP 1640, cP 1730 Feira de Santana
MINNESOTA [76] dF 1743 – No Settlement.
MIRIM [188] dS 1542 – No Settlement.
MISSISSIPPI [57] - Unknown and no settlement.
MISSOURI [58] dF 1718, tF 1718 Fort Orléans (not Fort de Chartres), dS 1763, tS 1763
MOBILE [47] dS 1541, dE 1674, dF 1702, tF 1702 Mobile, tE 1763, tS 1782.
MOHAWK [90] dF 1651, dE 1744 – No Settlement. US 1782.
MONTEREY [9] dS 1769, tS 1770, cS 1776 San Francisco (not Santa Monica)
MOQUEGA [171] – Inca, dS 1536, cS 1536 Iquique
MORON [138] dS 1511, cS 1515 Matanzas (not Cienfuegos)
MOSQUITOS [38] dS 1522, cS 1550 Limon
NAIN [126] – Unknown and no settlement.
NANAIMO [4] – Unknown and no settlement.
NEEMBUCU [218] dS 1526, dP 1536, cS 1536 Asunción (not Ascuncion)
NEHALEM [7] – Unknown and no settlement.
NIAGARA [92] dF 1615, tF 1679 Fort Niagara (not Fort aux Bœufs), dE 1686, tE 1763
NICARAGUA [37] dS 1545, cS 1575 Nicaragua (not Managua).
NIPIGON [95] dF 1641, tF 1730 Fort Michipicton, tE 1763
NIPISSING [96] dF 1634, dE 1660 – No Settlement.
NITEROI [211] dP 1640, cP 1740 Florianopolis (not Rio de Janeiro)
NOVA SCOTIA [116] dP 1520, dF 1524, dE 1524, cF 1605 Port Royale (not Port Royal), cE 1713 Halifax. Actually Halifax was built later but the name will suffice - being a more important port in the long term than Annapolis Royal was.
NUELTIN [136] dE 1582, tE 1582 Fort Churchill (not Fort Nelson), dF 1686
OLYMPIA [5] – Unknown and no settlement.
ONANDAGA [91] dF 1651, dE 1685 – No Settlement. US 1782. The French colonynames file places Fort Niagara here, fort Niagara was in Niagara and French power did not extend to here (though they destroyed the native town of Onandaga in 1696 no-one settled this region - so, in game terms the Iroquois were never territorially defeated but became ‘vassals’ of the French.
OSHAWA [97] dF 1612, dE 1650, tF 1749 Fort Rouillé, tE 1763
OSKOSH [80] dF 1634, tF 1634 Baie d’Eau (if that means ‘Green Bay’ in French, I’m not sure?), dE 1761, tE 1761 Green Bay, US 1782.
OSWEGO [89] dF 1651, dE 1685, tE 1722 Oswego, US 1782.
OTTAWA [107] dF 1645, dE 1670 – No Settlement. The French colonynames files says there is a Saint Jérome in Ottawa but there was no significant European settlement here in the EU era.
PARA [199] dP 1600, cP 1630 Belem (not Sao Luis)
PARANA [217] dS 1526, dP 1555, cP 1683 Colonia do Sacramento (must be added to the Portugal colonynames list), cS 1705 Colonia do Sacramento (not just Colonia), cP 1715, cS 1750, cP 1762, cS 1777 Colonia de Sacramento
PARNAIBA [202] dP 1600, dD 1600, cD 1630 Forteleza (must be added to HOL #202), cP 1654
PASTAZA [187] dS 1541 – No Settlement.
PECOS [40] dS 1531 – No Settlement.
PENOBSCOT [104] dE 1620, cE 1622 Maine (not Plymouth), US 1782.
PERNAMBUC [205] dP 1532, dD 1532, cP 1549 Bahia (not Olinda), cD 1630 , cP 1654
PINALERO [19] dS 1540, cS 1610 (Santa Fe, destroyed 1680), cS 1706 Albuquerque
PLACENTIA [119] dF 1600, dE 1616, cF 1616 Plaisance, cE 1713
POTOSI [194] - Inca, dS 1535, cS 1545 Potosi
POWHATAN [69] dE 1608, cE 1736, US 1782. The colony name could be Sheperdstown (est.1762) or Harrisburg (est.1785) but not Virginia.
PUERTO RICO [144] dS 1493, cS 1511 Porto Rico
RECIFE [203] dP 1530, dD 1530, cP 1593 Natal, cD 1630 Natal (not Pernambuc), cP 1654 Natal.
RIMOUSKI [111] dF 1606 – Not Settled. The French colonynames file erroneously places a settlement named Rivière du Loup here but Rimouski was never significantly settled in the EU era.
RIO GRANDE [41] dS 1530, cS 1697 San Antonio (actually Loreto came first, San Antonio in 1718 - but San Antonio is more famous).
ROANOKE [64] dE 1585, cE 1565 Virginia (not Roanoke) abandoned 1590, re-established 1682, dD 1690, US 1782. Using the name ‘Roanoke’ is repetitive and Virginia is more accurate, if the colony must be a city name, then call it Norfolk.
ROSARIO [222] dS 1545, dP 1570, cS 1600 Rosario
SACRAMENTO [8] – Unknown and not settled. The colonyname file lists SPA #8 at San Francisco. This wrongly misplaces San Francisco (which is in from province #9 Monterey). If the province had been colonised by Spain in the EU era it would have been called Sacramento. The towns of Sacramento (est.1836), Santa Rosa (1854), Yuba City (1854) and Chico (1860) were all founded after the EU era.
SALTILLO [25] dS 1579, cS 1579 Monterrey (not Torreon). Note: the Monterrey in Mexico has two ‘r’s, the Monterey in the U.S.A. has only one.
SALTON [14] dS 1540, tS 1692 Arizona
SALVADOR [209] dP 1532, cP 1565 Rio de Janeiro (not Salvador de Bahia)
SAN BERNARDINO [11] dS 1766, tS 1769 San Diego
SAN MATIAS [225] dS 1672 – No Settlement.
SANTA CRUZ [227] dS 1672 – No Settlement
SANTEE [63] dE 1701, cE 1730 Wilmington, US 1782.
SAULT [93] dF 1618, tF 1668 Sainte Marie, dE 1760, tE 1763, US 1782.
SAVANNAH [54] dS 1540, dE 1695, cE 1733 Savannah (two ‘n’s not one), US 1782.
SEBAGO [101] dE 1635, cE 1775 Fort Albany (not Harford), US 1782. Yes there were two Fort Albany’s - one on Hudson’s bay (ESKIMALT), the other here.
SEMINOLE [49] dS 1530, dF 1562, cF 1562 Fort Caroline, dE 1563, cE 1563 (name unknown), cF 1564, cS 1565 San Augustino, cE 1763, cS 1782
SHAWINIGAN [109] dF 1536, tF 1634 Trois-Rivières, cF 1730, cE 1763
SHENANDOAH [70] dE 1693, cE 1762 Morgantown (not Pittsburg), US 1782. The colony name should not be ‘Pittsburg’ because Pittsburgh was created after 1792 in Irondekoit province around Fort Pitt. Before 1758 Fort Pitt was Fort Duquesne, so both the English and French colonyname files are wrong with regard to Shenandoah province.
SIERRA MADRE [10] dS 1766, tS 1771, cS 1781 Los Angeles
SITKA [3] - Unknown and no settlement. The Russian trading post of Sitka named in the colonynames file RUS #3 doesn’t belong here unless the Russians establish it early (it was established after 1792).
SOLOMOES [185] dS 1542, dP 1700 – No Settlement.
ST. MARTIN [146] dS 1500, dE 1580, dD 1595, cD 1632 St. Marten (HOL #146 not #145)
ST. THOMAS [145] dS 1500, dE 1580, dD 1595, cD 1657 St Thomas (not St Marten, a confusion has arisen between HOL #145 and #146), cE 1666 Saint Thomas, Danish 1672, ‘open port’ of Charlotte Amalie 1674 onward.
SUPERIOR [94] dF 1670, tF 1670 Fort Kaministiquia (not Duluth), tE 1763
SURINAM [181] dD 1600, cD 1602 Paramaribo
SUSQUEHANA [85] dF 1615, dE 1692, cE 1752 Allentown (not Trenton), US 1782.
TALAHASSEE [48] dS 1540, dE 1685, tS 1696 Pensacola, tE 1763, tS 1783
TALCA [176] -Unknown and no settlement.
TAMPICO [28] dS 1532, cS 1532 Tampico
TAQARI [192] dS 1686, dP 1700 – No Settlement.
TEHUACAN [32] dS 1534, cS 1534 Villahermosa
TEHUANTEPEC [31] dS 1525, cS 1525 Oaxaca
TENNESSEE [56] dE 1674, cE 1780 Nashville, US 1782.
THE FALKLANDS [230] dF 1712, dS 1712, dE 1764, cF 1763 Isles Nouvelles, cE 1765 Port Stanley, cS 1770 Islas Malvinas. Colonised by settlers from Argentina, England and France, the Falklands first appeared on the maps of Amédée-François Frézier in 1712, who was working for Spain. Evidence of their discovery in the 16th century is too dubious to credit. Commodore John Byron claimed them for Britain in 1765. They were Spanish from 1770 until 1833 when Britain’s claim was internationally recognised.
TICONDEROGA [99] dF 1607, dE 1700, tF 1642 Fort Carillion, tE 1763
TIERRA DEL FUEGO [229] - Uninhabitable
TIRACAMBU [200] dP 1595, cP 1612 Maranhao (not Sobral), dD 1612, cD 1630, cP 1654
TITICACA [193] – Inca, dS 1534, cS 1548 La Paz
TOBAGO [151] dS 1498, dE 1575, cS 1593 Port of Spain (not Trinidad), dD 1606, Kurlandian 1654, cE 1700 Port of Spain (not St Georges).
TOCUVO [156] dS 1530, cS 1530 Baraquisimeto
TORNGAT [127] – Unknown and not settled.
TORTUGA [142] dS 1492, cS 1493 Isabella, dP 1516, dF 1534, dE 1562, dD 1595
TUCUMAN [219] – Inca, dS 1537, cS 1537 San Miguel de Tucumán (not San Salvador)
TUSCALOOSA [53] dS 1540, dE 1674 – No Settlement. US 1782. The French colonynames file states that Fort Maurepas was here, but Fort Maurepas was the fort protecting Biloxi, in Biloxi province. The French sent no explorers or settlers here, and no-one else settled it in the EU era.
TUSCARORA [84] dE 1692, cE 1769 Altoona (not Harrisburg), US 1782.
TUXPAN [29] – Aztec, dS 1519, cS 1520 Vera Cruz
UNGAVA [128] – Uninhabitable.
URUGUAY [215] dS 1516, dP 1590, cS 1726 Montevideo
VALPARAISO [175] dS 1581, cS 1763 San Carlos de Ancud (not Valparaiso)
WABANA [120] dF 1600, dE 1616, cE 1624 Ferryland (not Saint John), dD 1673
WICHITA [44] – Unknown and no settlement.
WINISK [132] dE 1671, tE 1671 Moose Factory, dF 1686
WISCONSIN [78] dF 1736 - No Settlement. US 1782.
YARAGUAY [154] dS 1536, cS 1567 Caracas. The colonynames file places the Dutch colony of Guyana here, which is wrong it was in Guyana (province #180 not #154).
YARUMAL [159] dS 1536 – No Settlement.
YAZOO [52] dF 1674, tF 1682 Fort Prudhomme, tE 1763 US 1782.
YUCATAN [35] dS 1517, cS 1540 Merida
YUKON [1] – Unknown and no settlement.
ZACATECAS [27] – Aztec, dS 1519, cS 1521 Ciudad de Mexico (not Mexico)

Sibiria: Status
Legend:
-cR = At the end of this date the province became a Russian colony, as moderately large settlements within it had been established or taken over.
- tR = At the end of this date the province became a Russian trading post, as trading posts or missions within it had been established or taken over.
- No Settlement = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims.
Central Asia:
All provinces (IDs #515 to 524) - No Settlement.
Siberia (west to east):
ICHIM (ID #578) - tR 1581.
KARAGANDA (ID #579) - No Settlement.
OMSK (ID #580) - tR 1716.
TCHANY (ID #581) - tR 1594.
SEMIPALATINSK (ID #582) - tR 1718.
IRTYCH (ID #583) - tR 1586.
NOVOSIBIRSK (ID #584) - No Settlement.
ALTAI (ID #585) - tR 1738.
DEMIANKA (ID #586) - tR 1594.
BARABINSK (ID #587) - tR 1619.
OB (ID #588) - tR 1596.
TOMSK (ID #589) - tR 1604, c1700 cR.
ANGARA (ID #590) - tR 1619.
KRASNOJARSK (ID #591) - tR 1628, c1750 cR.
BALAKHTA (ID #592) - tR 1647.
TCHUMA (ID #593) - No Settlement.
BRATSK (ID #594) - tR 1630.
OKA (ID #595) - tR 1631.
TOUVA (ID #596) - No Settlement.
SAIAN (ID #597) - 1648 tR.
ZIMA (ID #598) - 1647 tR.
TANNU OLA (ID #599) - No Settlement.
IRKUTSK (ID #600) - tR 1652, c1700 cR.
CHATGA (ID #601) - No Settlement.
SELENGA (ID #602) - tR 1642.
ULAN UDE (ID #603) - tR 1647.
BURIAT (ID #604) - tR 1648.
TCHITA (ID #605) - tR 1653.
KALAKAN (ID #606) - No Settlement.
SRETENSK (ID #607) - tR 1648.
KALAR (ID #608) - No Settlement.
MOGOTCHA (ID #609) - tR 1654.
DJAGDI (ID #610) - tR 1650.
STANOVOE (ID #612) - tR 1648.
BALADOK (ID #613) - No Settlement.
DJUGDJUR (ID #614) - tR 1679.
ENKAN (ID #615) - No Settlement.
OKHOTSK (ID #616) - tR 1649, cR c1700.
MAGADAN (ID #617) - No Settlement.
KOLYMA (ID #618) - No Settlement.
CHELEKOV (ID #619) - No Settlement.
KAMENKOIE (ID #620) - tR 1679.
KORFA (ID #621) - tR 1649.
PALANA (ID #622) - tR 1703.
TCHUMKAN (ID #623) - 1655 tR, cR c1750.
Amur-province:
CHILKA (ID #611) - No Settlement.
NERCHIINSK (ID #632) - tR 1651, 1689 abandoned (part of China, but not Chinese colonized).
EKIMCAN (ID #631) - No Settlement.
NORSK (ID #633) - tR 1654, 1689 abandoned (part of China, but not Chinese colonized).
BOUREIA (ID #630) - No Settlement.
TCHEKUNDA (ID #629) - No Settlement.
BIROBIDJAN (ID #634) - No Settlement.
AMOUR (ID #628) - No Settlement.
SOFIISK (ID #627) - No Settlement.
AMGOUN (ID #624) - tR 1655, 1689 abandoned (part of China, but not Chinese colonized).
NAGORJE (ID #1467) - No Settlement.
KHRETSET (ID #1468) - No Settlement.
Coastal province:
All provinces (IDs #625, #626, #636 to #640) - No Settlement.
Manchuria:
HEIONGJANG (ID #635) - Part of China.
KIRIN (ID #644) - Part of China.
Manchuria wasn't part of China, but part of the Manchu-State. But there isn't any Manchu-State in EU, and the territory wasn't empty, so the two Manchurian provinces should be part of China.

Arabia: Status
Legend:
-cT = At the end of this date the province became a Turkish colony, as moderately large settlements within it had been established or taken over (similarly: cP = Portugal, cPe = Persia).
- tT = At the end of this date the province became a Turkish trading post, as trading posts or missions within it had been established or taken over. (similarly: tP = Portugal, tPe = Persia).
- No Settlement = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims.
JORDAN (ID #495) - Part of The Hedjaz.
ARABIA (ID #496) - Part of The Hedjaz.
TABUK (ID #497) - Part of The Hedjaz.
MEKKAH (ID #498) - Part of The Hedjaz.
YEMEN (ID #499) - Part of Aden, 1538 part of Turkey, c1640 part of Aden.
ADEN (ID #500) - Part of Aden, 1538 part of Turkey, c1640 part of Aden.
HADRAMUT (ID #501) - No Settlement.
DOFHAR (ID #502) - No Settlement.
MASIRAH (ID #503) - Part of Oman.
MASCATE (ID #504) - Part of Oman.
AL KHARAM (ID #505) - Part of Oman.
QUATAR (ID #506) - c1520 cT, c1630 cP, c1770 independent.
DAMMAN (ID #507) - c1520 cT
BASRAH (ID #508) - Part of Iraq, 1508 part of Persia, 1534 part of Turkey, 1623 part of Persia, 1638 part of Turkey.
BAHREIN (ID #509) - 1507 tP, 1602 tPe.
Arabian minors:
Iraq was Persian annexed from 1508 to 1534, then Turkish annexed, then Persian annexed from 1623 to 1638, then Turkish annexed again
The Hedjaz was a vassal of Turkey from 1517 to 1792.
Aden was Turkish annexed from 1538 to c1640, then independent again.
Oman was a vassal of Persia from 1650 to 1741.
The coast between Aden and Mascate was neither part of Aden nor Oman.
Northern Africa Arabian minors:
Morocco was independent all the time.
Algiers was a vassal of Turkey from 1519 to 1792
Tunis was a vassal of Turkey from 1531 to 1792.
Tripoli was a vassal of Turkey from 1551 to 1792.
Cyrenaica was a vassal of Turkey from 1521 to 1792.

India: Status
Legend:
- cS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish colony, as moderately large settlements within it had been established or taken over (similarly: cD = The Dutch, cE = England, cF = France, cP = Portugal, cF = France).
- tS = At the end of this date the province became a Spanish trading post, as trading posts or missions within it had been established or taken over. (similarly: tD = The Dutch, tE = England, tP = Portugal, tF = France).
- No Settlement = The province had virtually no European settlement of any kind in 1792, despite rival claims.
India, coastal provinces (west to east); the most important, European controlled trading city of the province in brackets:
HORMOUZ (ID #535) - 1492 part of Persia, c1750 part of Afghanistan
MEKRAN (ID #536) - 1492 part of Persia, c1750 part of Afghanistan
BALUCHISTAN (ID #537) - 1492 part of Persia, c1750 part of Afghanistan
KALAT (ID #538) - 1492 part of Persia, c1750 part of Afghanistan
INDUS (ID #539) - c1600 part of Persia, c1700 abandoned, c1750 part of Afghanistan
KUTCH (ID #541) - 1509 tP (Diu)
CAMBAY (ID #547) - 1540 tP, 1618 tE (Surat)
BOMBAY (ID #548) - 1530 tP, 1661 tE, c1700 cE (Bombay)
GOA (ID #549) - 1505 cP (Goa)
MANGALORE (ID #568) - 1560 tP, 1638 tE (Bhatkal)
KERALA (ID #569) - 1565 tP (Mangalore)
COCHIN (ID #573) - 1513 tP, 1525 abandoned, 1663 tD, c1700 cD (Calicut)
TRIVANDRUM (ID #574) - 1503 tP, 1634 tE, 1663 tD (Cochin)
MADURAI (ID #575) - 1540 tP, 1658 tD (Tuticorin)
PONDICHERRY (ID #572) - 1674 tF, 1693 tD, 1699 cF, 1761 cE, 1765 cF, 1778 cE, 1785 cF (Pondicherry)
MADRAS (ID #571) - 1639 tE, c1700 cE (Madras)
YANAM (ID #565) - 1570 tP, 1605 tD, 1751 tF, 1760 tE (Masulipatam)
PARLAKIMEDI (ID #564) - c1650 tE (Vishakhapatnam)
BERHAMPUR (ID #561)- 1760 cE
CUTTACK (ID #560) - No Settlement.
HOWRAH (ID #558) - 1690 cE (Calcutta)
GANGES (ID #557) - 1765 cE (Dacca)
SANTAL (ID #556) - c1550 tP, 1760 tE (Chittagong)
CHIN (ID #671) (non-coastal) - No Settlement.
TARAKAN (ID #672) - No Settlement.
India, land locked provinces (west to east, north to south):
THAR (ID #540) - c1590 part of Moghul Empire
JAIPUR (ID #542) - 1526 part of Moghul Empire
DELHI (ID #543) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1526 part of Moghul Empire
AGRA (ID #544) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1539 part of Moghul Empire
ALLAHABAD (ID #554) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1539 part of Moghul Empire
PATNA (ID #555) - c1575 part of Moghul Empire, 1765 cE
AURANGABAD (ID #546) - c1568 part of Moghul Empire
MADHYA (ID #546) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1526 part of Moghul Empire
BILASPUR (ID #553) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1539 part of Moghul Empire
JAMSHEDPUR (ID #559) - 1492 part of the Sultanate of Delhi, 1539 part of Moghul Empire, 1765 cE
MANIRA (ID #552) - c1595 part of Moghul Empire
SAMBALPUR (ID #562) - c1685 part of Moghul Empire
NAGPUR (ID #551) - c1685 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Hyderabad
MADYA PRADESH (ID #563) - c1685 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Hyderabad
DECCAN (ID #550)- c1685 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Hyderabad
HYDERABAD (ID #566) - c1685 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Hyderabad
BANGALORE (ID #567) - c1690 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Mysore
MYSORE (ID #570)- c1690 part of Moghul Empire, 18th century Mysore
Indian Ocean:
JAFFNA (ID #577) - 1658 cD
COLOMBO (ID #576) - 1518 tP, 1656 cD
MAHÉ (ID #811) - 1768 cF
RÉUNION (ID #809) - 1662 cF
BOURBON (ID #810) - 1598 tD, 1715 cF

Well, this one is longer for starters :D
 

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I don't know BiB. You might have fogotten a couple. You should go back and double check your post carefully. :D
 

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I propose you double check map, province.csv and others :D
 

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Good job and thanks! I just joined the fun so.. sorry if I'm a little late.

It's difficult to tell since the map is not exactly what you'd call accurate and it doesn't relate much to any political organization ever existing in the zone but I guess I could make a few additions and corrections regarding colonies in South America:

Chile is particularly badly represented in the map.
Arica [172] Well, actually Arica is located north of Iquique (Moquega?). Province names seem right according to cities (except for Talca) but probably a little bit displaced to the south so probably we shouldn't mind the name of the provinces. Antofagasta seems about right at those latitudes, although it is a coastal city.

ATACAMA [173] - Inca, dS 1536, cS 1536 Valparaiso
Atacama [173] Called Valparaiso is debatable. Valparaiso is obviously not in the Atacama desert. Easily 500 km. to the south. However, judging by the relative location of the other cities, one could say the latitude would be right for Valparaiso. Valparaiso is a coastal city, the most important port of Chile, but Atacama is not a coastal province and judging by the location of the town I'd probably go with Santiago (founded in 1541). It's the capital and it's been the administrative center of Chile during and since the colonial times.

COQUIMBO [174] – Inca, dS 1552, cS 1552 Valdivia (not La Serena)
Coquimbo [174] Following the same reasoning (latitude), I'd locate Concepcion there (founded in 1550)

Valparaiso [175] I'd put Valdivia here. Founded in 1552 with the name of Santa Maria La Blanca. Destroyed by natives in 1599, reconstructed by a Dutch expedition in 1643, repopulated and renamed Valdivia by Peru's Viceroy in 1645.

Displace San Carlos de Ancud to Talca [176]

Now to the east (my country)...

Where to start?

Ok, Tucuman [219] seems right... Not many Incas here by the time. I think the Inca empire is a little overextended to th south in the game. Anyway, San Miguel de Tucuman was founded in 1565. A few towns were founded in the zone before but none of them prospered.

JUJUY [220] dS 1544, dP 1585 – No Settlement. Despite being listed in the Spanish
Jujuy [220] Here we have a little problem with the map again. I don't know how they came up with this name being east of Tucuman. With some imagination we could locate Santiago del Estero here (founded 1553), although this city is relatively close to San Miguel de Tucuman and there were no more towns to the immediate east.

CORRIENTES [221] dS 1545, cS 1573, dP 1580 Cordoba
Corrientes [221] There's no way, no how Cordoba could be located here, sorry. Cordoba is south of S.M. de Tucuman. Terra Incognita according to the game, something I don't understand since there were many many cities in that zone since the 1560s. Anyway, One could put Corrientes here (founded in 1588) only it's on the other side of the Parana river (the river in the map). Actually, Resistencia is on this side of the river but it wasn't founded until 1875 or so. Maybe leaving this zone without a settlement would do.

NEEMBUCU [218] dS 1526, dP 1536, cS 1536 Asunción (not Ascuncion)
Neembucu [218] Oh Oh, Asunción just doesn't seem completely right there. It's up north (Terra Incognita again), but it's a shame to leave it out, one could make an exception. It was the most important city of the region until Buenos Aires was re-founded in 1580.

PARANA [217] dS 1526, dP 1555, cP 1683 Colonia do Sacramento (must be added to the Portugal colonynames list), cS 1705 Colonia do Sacramento (not just Colonia), cP 1715, cS 1750, cP 1762, cS 1777 Colonia de Sacramento
Parana [217] Colonia do Sacramento was founded by the Portuguese in 1680, not 1683. It was a fort equiped with artillery. Spain captured it almost immediately and destroyed most of it. Spain had it until 1683 when it was given back to Portugal again and then the history goes as described.

The Falklands [230] It's not confirmed but some investigators say they were first discovered by Esteban Gomez ( a portuguese who deserted Magellan's expedition when they got to Magellan's strait) in 1520 and were later navigated but not explored by the Dutch in 1600.

Ok, I probably bored you to death with this, that's all I had to add for the moment. I'm Outta here.
 

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Southeastren US.

Alabama is misnamed. If you could replace the name of the area I would change it to Cherokee since they were the main indians in that location. Augusta, much as I would like(I was born there), is not a good city name for this area. It looks like the city would be in the area where the north Savanah province border jags north. Otherwise I would say Augusta would be fine. The city name probably should be a generic North American English city name since that region was settled late.

Roanoke - Not sure what city was first but New Bern was the old capital of North Carolina, so I would nominate that city as the one to use instead of Norfok. The area looks firmly in the North Carolina area more than the Virginia area.

Santee - Wilmington is in North Carolina which would be Roanoke not Santee. The Santee river is in South Carolina, so I would guess the province belongs to that state. Georgetown would be the major settlement name there for the English.

Alleghany - Charlotte is northeast of here and would really be in Catawba. Revert back to Camden. Basically Alleghany, Carolina, and Santee make up South Carolina while Apalachee, Catawba, and Roanoke make up North Carolina or at least that is what comes to mind when I see these provinces. Also I would probably change the name of the province to Yamasee(sp) since they were the main indian group in this area.

Catawba - see Alleghany.

Carolina - I would rename this province Edisto after the Edisto indians. Also the French had a colony called Charlesfort early on in this area but it was abandoned by the colonists. John Ribaut established it and the colony was named after King Charles IX.

Seminole - English city name should be St. Augustine. I have never heard of a city called Kingstown there.

Also the Charles river should be the Savanah and the Savanah should be the St. Mary's river.

I know this is a late post but I have not been on the board for a long time. Nice work on the posts.
 
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Mughal Bengal

Also, should not Ganges and Howrah be part of the Mughal Empire in the game? The Nawab, Murshidkhuli Khan, revolted sucesfully in 1707 and established a separate nation. In 1757, Siraj-ud-daula, was defeated by the British... which is when the Mughal's used the Casus Belli sheilds on Bengal :)D ) to declare war on the Brits, and get their butts kicked.. giving the British "vassalage" (the rights to administer) Bengal.
 

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Greven,
you are the man!!! I believe you could get a PHD for your work on colonization. considering the limitations the map imposes by misnaming and misplacing things i dont believe your work will easily be improved upon.
 

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Originally posted by senex
Greven,
you are the man!!! I believe you could get a PHD for your work on colonization. considering the limitations the map imposes by misnaming and misplacing things i dont believe your work will easily be improved upon.
Hmmpf...:) Well actually I thank you on the behalf of Matthew Wallhead and Heiko Brandel, who actually spent many weeks researching this. I merely made a short check and assembled the info.

But I do also think there are lot of limitations on the map and remember these to gentlemen saying the same. :)

/Greven
 

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Originally posted by Deaghaidh
actually its fine Cleveland was settled in 1798 not 1789 like I thought.
Ah, but my hometown of Cincinnati was settled in 1788. Although, even though it is technically in Erie province, it does seem a bit odd to have a city so far away from Lake Erie be the settlement for that province...

As for Kentucky province, you might as well use Louisville for the settlement. Louisville was founded in 1778, only four years after Harrodsburg, and, unlike that settlement, it grew to become the the largest city in the state.
 

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Just a few notes:

The province of TOBAGO should be rather renamed into TRINADAD - the bigger of the two islands of the present day Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.

Additionally i have a few notes on Polish provinces, and/or names for possible Polish colonies.

1) The word for NEW in Polish is NOWA for female names and NOWY for male names - how to recognize that a name is female or male - quite simple - female names end with A, say NOWA PODOLIA or NOWA MAZOVIA, but NOWY MOZYR or NOWY POSEN, additionally it may be added that if a name ends with E the proper word for NEW is NOWE, eg. NOWE PODOLE (Polish name for PODOLIA), or NOWE PODLASIE (Polish for PODLASIA).

2) I move that the following names of provinces be used and seen for players playing Poland-Lithuania - these are the Polish names, since the Crown was clearly dominating the Union

Province - Capital ----- Polish for Province - Capital

Danzig - Danzig - Gdansk - Gdansk

Western Prussia - Thorn - Wielkopolska - Poznan (The in-game province of POSEN is misplaced)

Posen - Posen - Kalisz - Kalisz (or Calisia - Calisia - from latine)

Podlasia - Lublin - Podlasie - Lublin

Mazovia - Warszaw - Mazowsze - Warszawa (clearly a mistake, either Warsaw (eng.) or Warszawa (pol.) or Varsovia (lat.)) - besides Warszawa was not a capital of Poland till in XVIth century - Xth-XVIth century the capital of Poland was in Krakow, Mazowsze as a province was also a semi-independent county (just like Pommerania i late XVth century)

Silesia - Breslau - Slask - Wroclaw

Eastern Pommerania - Kolberg - Pomorze - Kolobrzeg

Podolia - Cherniowitz - Podole - Czerniowce

Ukraina - Kiev - Ukraina - Kijow

Pripet - Brest Litovsk - Prypec - Brzesc Litewski

Polotsk - Vitebsk - Polock - Witebsk

Livonia - Dorpat - Inflanty - Dorpat (Inflanty was a typical name used to name that province throughout the history)

Kurland - Riga - Kurlandia - Ryga

Eastern Prussia - Konigsberg - Prusy Ksiazece - Krolewiec

Welikia - Vielkie Luki (or sth) - Wielkie Luki - Wielkie Luki

Chernigov - Chernigov - Czernichow - Czernichow

Krementjug - some strange name - Krzemieniec - Krzemieniec



Best regards,

Avocado
 

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Africa & more

What about Africa btw ? There's the Elmina Portuguese gold "colony"
from 1482 till 1640 then to Holland.
As for Asia there should be a Portuguese trading post in Hormuz from Albuquerque's time (151?) till 1620 back to Iran.
Nice work but so huge one always find some thing or two to fix.
One could include the Angola (Luanda) colony from 1578 which was Portuguese till 1975 except between 1641 & 1648 while Dutch-occupied.
Same goes for Mozambique (one coastal colony or 2 along the Zambezi) but i have no precise dates right now should be at the same time though. Until 1640 some other TPs in the east coast of Africa or islands such as Zanzibar.
+ Dutch colony of Table/Cape of Good Hope from 1652 till Napoleonic wars then to England.
Nice work but so huge one always find some thing or two to fix.
 
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