# Tearing the United States apart

A diverse population has impacted history in the U.S. from the very beginning. From the first travelers and colonists to modern-day, the United States has been a country of immigrants. Many groups have combined to shape America’s history and give the society that the country has today.

Besides, the U.S. is the third-largest country globally by landmass – almost as big as the whole continent of Europe.

Therefore, differences between U.S. states and territories can be significant. Maps below are illustrating the different ways of dividing the territory of the United States.

**Nine ways to divide the United States**

**Four ways to divide the American Midwest**

Six ways to divide California

**Six ways to divide Florida**

**Eight Ways to divide Maryland**

**Six ways to divide Michigan**

**Six ways to divide Nevada**

**Six ways to divide New Jersey**

**Six ways to divide New York**

**Eight ways to divide New York**

**Nine ways to divide New York**

**Twelve ways to divide New York**

**Nine ways to divide South Carolina**

**Eight ways to divide Wisconsin**

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