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The Republic of Santiago is comprised of eight states.
|Nueva Patagonia||ST-NPT||Cresta de Palmerston||3||200,000||1901|
|San Martín||ST-SMT||San Martín||8||500,000||1948|
|Berkner||English. Named for James Berkner, who discovered the island in 1859.||Original|
|Esparcidia||Spanish. From "esparcido", meaning "scattered", in reference to the state's islands.||Original|
|Islas Meridionales||Spanish. Literally "southern islands".||Esparcidia|
|Kaiws||Kaiws. Literally "we are fishing", the name of the AIP nation who traditionally inhabit the state.||Nueva Patagonia|
|Nueva Patagonia||Spanish. Literally "new Patagonia". Named by early Chilean and Argentine settlers who felt the local terrain resembled that of Patagonia. The original origin of the word "Patagonia" is unclear.||Original|
|Pensacola||Muskogean. Literally "long-haired people", named for Pensacola, Florida, the hometown of Lionel Parker.||Nueva Patagonia|
|San Martín||Spanish. Literally "Saint Martin", named for José de San Martín.||Berkner|
|Ubézice||Russian. Transliteration of "убежище" ("ubéžišče"), meaning "haven" or "shelter".||Pensacola|