This photo contains:North America nebula, NGC 7000, NGC 6997, Pelican nebula, IC 5070, The star 57Cyg, The star 56Cyg
The North America and Pelican nebulae are two parts of the same nebula separated by lanes of dust. On the left is the North America nebula which looks vaguely like the outline of the North American continent. The region on the right is called the Pelican nebula.
There are four bright nebulous regions here which are in the NGC/IC catalogues. The North America nebula (NGC 7000) is the brightest part. The other three nebulae listed here (IC 5067/68/70) are all parts of the dimmer Pelican nebula.
There are no obvious star clusters which are definitely known to be part of this nebula. NGC 6997. NGC 6997 is definitely a star cluster, but it is rather old and it probably did not form in the nebula.