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It is a member of the League of North American States.
The Kingdom's origins date back to shortly after the French Revolution, when the King of France fled to New France. Originally, Canada was formally described as the province of Canada, within the Kingdom of France. During the reign of Louis XVII et II, the Province of Canada was renamed as the Kingdom of Canada, and the King changed his title to Roi de France et du Canada et de la Louisianne, taking the title Louis XVII de France et II du Canada et de la Louisianne, and posthumously granting his father the title Louis XVI de France et I du Canada et de la Louisianne. Today, the kings are normally referred to by their Canadian numbering. Thus, one rarely hears Louis XVII, but rather Louis II, and Louis XVI normally is only used when referring to the period before his arrival in Canada.
Originally, the Kings of Canada also ruled over Louisianne, which was divided into Minnesota and Arkansas after the formation of Misuri, and formally divided in 1872. In 1922, Minnesota broke off, becoming a republic. In 1945, upon the death of Pierre I, Arkansas separated, due to Arkansas having rejected Salic law, and Pierre I having no male heir.
List of Kings
Kings of the Frances
- 1788-1827 Louis XVI et I (King of France from 1774)
- 1827-1847 Louis XVII et II
- 1847-1863 Louis XVIII et III
- 1863-1872 Charles X et I
Kings of Canada, Minnesota, and Arkansas
- 1872-1905 Charles I
- 1905-1924 Pierre I
King of Canada and Arkansas
- 1924-1945 Pierre I