Civitas finitima (Bellum Civile Americanum)

Civitas finitima per Bellum Civile Americanum fuit quaelibet quinque civitatum servitutem permittentium (Delavariae, Kentuckiae, Missuriae, Terrae Mariae, Virginiae Occidentalis) quae unam vel plurimas civitates liberas adiacentes Unioni faverunt. Omnes praeter Delavariam fines partiverunt cum civitatibus quae Confoederationem coniunctae sunt.

Historica civitatum finitimarum charta militaris (Phelps & Watson 1866)

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