The North Atlantic Coast Map
In the United States we tend to think of the New England states and Maine as our extreme northeastern corner.
They are that, but they're also the middle region of the continental corner--the central coastal strip of the greater region centered on the St. Lawrence River Valley.
The Gulf of Maine and Bay of Fundy define the south coast, and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the north coast, and the St. Lawrence River defines the great far northern center of North American settlement.
Included on the map: All of New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode
Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and
Maine. Also, all of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island,
and quite a bit of New Jersey and Quebec, as well as a small portion
of Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Dimensions: All map dimensions are approximate.