United States UC56

     On the letter sheet there are several errors in the drawing of the northern hemisphere. Greenland is out of place, the long green shape over Europe in the upper latitudes. Japan should be centered over Australia, and eastern-most part of Asia should extend much further to the east. The distance between the east coast of Asia and the west coast of Alaska is much too great.
     These errors could be the result of using a projection like Goode's interrupted homolosine, and then filling in the interruptions.
     The shape of the west coast of North American is poorly drawn: Florida and the Atlantic coastline of Canada. Hudson Bay is too small. Italy has disappeared.