State Port ATL History
State Port founding
In 1966, the United Federation was in a great misery, about 38% of the country population was beggar, crimes were very common, food was in shortage as labor too . To give jobs, houses and food, Peter West (the president of the United Federation), founded the city of State Port in the old city of Bay St. Louis. It took 5 months to clean the city destroyed by the nuclear war, and to create new residences for the population, the government then sent most part of the beggars to State Port, the overpopulation of the city led to it expansion, but with the small amount of residences in the city, made the population to create shanty towns around State Port.
With Brazil trading with the United Federation, and possibly making the United Federation their allies, the Brazilian government installed an embassy in New Orleans and another in State Port to make diplomatic missions to the country and investing on it. Many Brazilians merchants and diplomats came to the United Federation, especially to State Port. (WIP)