Okay Frankfort is a bit special because its a secondary capital city.Awasome map but I have a few questions
1) why is there 2 south carolinas
2) how did frankfort become the capital of virginia
3) what is the capital of pennsylvania and georgia
Oh yeah Columbus my mistake lol.Columbus? Id think that Toledo would work? If Ohio gets more immigrants from Canada than from the States, maybe Toledo might be able to eclipse Detroit?
Yep! I am actually planning something interesting for Canada. It will be a truly bilingual state instead of all the French speakers concentrated in one province. With the Anglo-Canadian settlers and the Quebecker working together to overthrow the old colonial authority, the two people are beginning to share a common identity. This would only grow as Ohio continues to grow its economic influence in Canada.The demographics of this canada are looking to be significantly more french, interested to see where this heads
Well its founding was butterflied away since the beginnings of the city began in 1818. Besides the economy and trading connections are different as well, so the name was used but its for a different city.Why is Springfield, Illinois (Columbia ITTL) located in a different spot than OTL?
It was less flags and more usage of symbols; you can see the symbols that they used on the Civil War wikipedia page. The North used the Liberty cap from the French Revolution and the Southerners used the cockade. There were battle flags but they were basically plain red flags for the North and black/white flags for the south.I'm curious: Did the forces of the Second American Civil War have their own flags? What about the nations formed after the war?
Well Ohio was in a Americana phase as the North and South grew divided.It wasn't really a government made decision but it was an independent(ish) government sponsored cartographic society which had its own ideas about how its name should be. They also renamed rivers and other lakes as well. Not all the names stuck of course, but Lake Columbia's name did when they got a goverment commission for settlers in the region to use the name.
The confederation entered the civil war in bits and pieces. The northern states began to back the abolitionists one by one and the southern states soon followed by backing the slavers. Obviously this made the members of the Confederation enemies against each other. The Confederation Convention was basically a last ditch attempt to heal the divide in the Confederation, by basically trying to have them be neutral in the civil war. Obviously it didn't work.Also, how did the confederation enter the civil war? And what was the Confederation Convention?
Bit late getting back to this but im real pumped: )Yep! I am actually planning something interesting for Canada. It will be a truly bilingual state instead of all the French speakers concentrated in one province. With the Anglo-Canadian settlers and the Quebecker working together to overthrow the old colonial authority, the two people are beginning to share a common identity. This would only grow as Ohio continues to grow its economic influence in Canada.