Civitates Foederatae Occidentales

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Definitiones regionales inter fontes variant. Haec tabula Civitates Foederatas Occidentales ostendit secundum definitionem Ministerium Census, quae civitates comprehendit tredecim: Alasca, Arizona, California, Coloratum, Havaii, Idahum, Montana, Nivata, Novum Mexicum, Oregonia, Uta, Vasingtonia, et Vyomina. Haec regio in partes montanas et pacificas vicissim dividitur.[1]
Arcus Aditalis Ludovicopoli, etiam Aditus ad Occidentem appellatus, progressum Civitatum Foederatarum in occasum commemorat.

Civitates Foederatae Occidentales, saepissime Occidens Americanus et Occidens tantum appellatae, sunt regio quae occidentalissimas Civitatum Foederatarum civitates a maioribus traditas comprehendit. Quia respublica condita ad occidentem processit, significatio notionis occidentis per tempus mutata est. Ante circa 1800, iugum Montium Appalachianorum limes occidentalis videbatur. Ex quo tempore, limites ulterius processerunt, et Flumen Mississippiense orientalissimus Occidentis limes qui fieri poterat appellabatur.

Strata autocinetica et spatium apertum in Arizona septentrionali.

Occidens aequa et planities aridas et semiaridas et montes silvosos plerumque comprehendit.

Saeculo vicensimo uno, civitates quae regionem a Montibus Saxosis et Pelvi Magna ad Oram Occidentalem amplectuntur Occidentem Americanum constituere plerumque habentur.

Maxima urbs in regione est Angelopolis, in Ora Occidentali sita. Aliae Orae Occidentalis urbes maiores sunt Didacopolis, Bernardinopolis, Iosephopolis, Franciscopolis, Quercupolis, Bakersfieldia, Sacramentum, Seattlum, Tacoma, et Portlandia. Urbes in civitatibus montanis prominentes sunt Denverium, Fontes Coloratenses, Phoenix, Tucson, Albuquerque, Campi, Urbs Lacus Salsi, Boise, El Paso, et Cheyenne.

Maiores areae metropolitae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Hae sunt maximae Areae Statisticae Metropolitae in tredecim civitatibus occidentalibus, quarum numeri hominum die 1 Iulii 2011, a Ministerio Census Civitatum Foederatarum definiti, sunt:[2]

Gradus
(Occidens)
Gradus
(CFA)
Area statistica metropolita Numerus incolae Civitas/Civitates    
1 2 Angelopolis-Litus Longum-Annapolis Area metropolita Angelopolis 12 944 801 California Scaena urbana Angelopolis
2 11 Franciscopolis-Quercupolis-Fremont Area Sinus Franciscopolis 4 391 037 California Scaena urbana Franciscopolis
3 12 Bernardinopolis-Riverside-Ontario MSA 4 304 997 California Caelum Bernardinopolis
4 14 Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale MSA 4 263 236 Arizona Phoenix cityscape
5 15 Seattlum-Tacoma-Bellevue MSA 3 500 026 Vasingtonia Seattle skyline
6 17 Didacopolis-Carlsbad-Sanctus Marcus MSA 3,140,069 California Downtown San Diego
7 21 Denverium-Aurora-Broomfield MSA 2 599 504 Colorado Downtown Denver
8 23 Portlandia-Vancuverium-Hillsboro MSA 2 262 605 Oregonia
Vasingtonia
Portland, Oregon, from the east
9 25 Sacramentum-Arden Arcade-Roseville MSA 2 176 235 California The Sacramento Riverfront
10 30 Campi-Paradisus MSA 1 969 975 Nivata The Las Vegas Strip
11 31 Iosephopolis-Sunnyvale-Sancta Clara MSA 1 865 450 California Downtown San Jose
12 48 Civitas Lacus Salsi MSA 1 145 905 Uta Salt Lake City
13 52 Tucson MSA 989 569 Arizona Tucson, Arizona
14 53 Honolulu MSA 963 607 Hawaii Media urbs Honolulu
15 55 Fresno MSA 942 904 California Scaena urbana Fresnonis
16 57 Albuquerque MSA 898 642 Novum Mexicum Scaena urbana Albuquerque
17 61 Bakersfield-Delano MSA 851 710 California Scaena urbana Bakersfieldiae
18 63 Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura MSA 831 771 California Aerial view of Ventura
19 76 Stockton MSA 696 214 California The University of the Pacific in Stockton
20 81 Fontes Coloratenses MSA 660 319 Coloratum Downtown Colorado Springs
21 85 Urbs Boise-Nampa MSA 627 664 Idahum The # Idaho State Capitol building in Boise
22 93 Ogden-Clearfield MSA 555 916 Utah
23 97 Provo-Orem MSA 540 834 Utah
24 100 Modesto MSA 518 522 California The Modesto Arch
25 104 Sancta Rosa-Petaluma MSA 488 116 California Old Courthouse Square in Downtown Santa Rosa
26 108 Spokane MSA 473 761 Vasingtonia Media urbs Spokane
27 111 Visalia-Porterville MSA 449 253 California
28 115 Reno-Sparks MSA 429 606 Nevada View of Reno
29 118 Sancta Barbara-Sancta Maria-Goleta MSA 426 878 California Aerial view of Santa Barbara
30 121 Salinas MSA 421 898 California Main Street in Downtown Salinas
31 123 Vallejo-Fairfieldia MSA 416,471 California Urbs Fairfieldia
Vivarium Nationale Sion in Uta meridiana est unum ex quinque vivariis nationalibus in civitate sitis.
Magnus Meridies Californiae.
Regio Desertorum Altorum Oregoniae.
Quartzitum Formationis Montanae Prospectus in Cacumine Ieffersonii Davis in Nivata.

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Beck, Warren A., et Ynez D. Haase. 1989. Historical Atlas of the American West. University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-2193-9.
  • Lamar, Howard. 1998. The New Encyclopedia of the American West. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-07088-8.
  • Milner II, Clyde A, Carol A. O'Connor, et Martha A. Sandweiss. 1996. The Oxford History of the American West. Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-511212-1.
  • Phillips, Charles, et Alan Axlerod, eds. 1996. The Encyclopedia of the American West. Novi Ebroaci: Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-02-897495-6.
  • Pomeroy, Earl. 2008. The American Far West in the Twentieth Century.
  • Turner, Frederick Jackson. 1998. Rereading Frederick Jackson Turner: 'The Significance of the Frontier in American History' and Other Essays. Commentarius John Mack Faragher. Portu Novo: Yale University Press. ISBN 978-0-3000-07593-9.
  • White, Richard. 1993. "It's Your Misfortune and None of My Own"": A New History of the American West. University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-2567-5.

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