The Post-Union States are the nations that resulted after the Dissolution of the United States in 1986. The Post-Union States are
The Republic of the Middle Atlantic, Maryland, West Virginia, and Delaware, capital in Annapolis
The Republic of Cascadia, Washington State, Oregon, and Idaho, capital in Olympia.
The Republic of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, capital in Harrisburg.
The Republic of New York, New York and New Jersey, capital in Albany
The Republic of New England, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine, capital in Boston
The Republic of Vermont, capital in Montpelier
The Republic of New Hampshire, capital in Concord
The Federal Republic of the Midwest, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas. capital in Madison
The Republic of Utah, capital in Salt Lake City
The Republic of Nevada, capital in Carson City
The Republic of the American Southwest, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, capital in Santa Fe
The Republic of the Rockies, Montana and Wyoming, capital in Cheyenne
The Republic of California, capital in Sacramento
The Republic of Puerto Rico, capital in San Juan
The District of Columbia, City-State comprising Washington D.C.