The Floridas

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The Floridas (pink), as of 1767. Southern East Florida is not shown.
West Florida (red) as of 1810, showing modern day states (other than modern Florida).

The Floridas was a region of the southeastern United States comprising the historical colonies of East Florida and West Florida. The borders of East and West Florida varied, but as of 1810 East Florida comprised modern-day Florida and West Florida comprised the modern-day Gulf coasts of Alabama and Mississippi and the Florida Parishes of Louisiana.

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Coordinates: 30°N 85°W / 30°N 85°W / 30; -85