Kingdom of Florida
Reino de la Florida
Nuestro reino para nosotros (Spanish)
"Our Kingdom, for Ourselves"
|- 1799–1802||Marlen Lutu'ere|
|- Independence declared||13 January 1797|
|- Established||1 January 1799|
|- Disestablished||3 April 1802|
The first major problem in the state was its economy, which was kept up in Spanish time due to slavery being the economic powerhouse in the colony. King Marlen Lutu'ere set off in a boat on the 3rd of March to met with the President of the Nearby nation of Havana, originally planning for the states bond through alliance and trade treaties, but later through outright union between the states. Due a dysfunctional economy and an increase in unrest across the nation, Florida accepted the third version of the Union treaty of 1802, in which both nations would unite under republican democratic law, with elections. This union was thought to have boosted the economy in Florida due to a shared wealth with the plantation heavy Cuba. The treaty was signed, and on the 3rd of April 1802, the two nations united to create the Republic of Cuba.