United States of America (Landrover Alternity)
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OTL equivalent: the United States, Canada, and Québec
LandroverNorthAmerica-USflag Greater coat of arms of the United States
Flag of the USA United States Coat-of-Arms
Location of the US in North America

"In God we trust." (American English)

Capital Washington D.C.
Largest city New York City
Other cities Los Angeles, Chicago, Buffalo, Miami, Boston, Dallas/Ft. Worth/Arlington
Language American English
Demonym American
Government Federal,Presidential, Constitutional Republic
  legislature United States Congress
President Rick Santorum (Republican)
Vice President Bobby Jindal (Republican)
Independence from United Kingdom
Currency US dollar (USD)
Time Zone UTC-4 to UTC-10
  summer DST
Calling Code +1
Internet TLD .com, .gov, .us
Organizations United Nations
 The United States of America is located on continent of North America as the southernmost country. There are fifty-one contiguous states ( the District of Columbia) and the remaining two non-contiguous US states (Alaska and Hawai'i) share its border along the 49th parallel (Cascadia excepted) mainly along the St Lawrence River. The US also has northern borders with Alberta, Canada, and Québec.



Christopher Columbus' discovery of the modern day Bahamian island of San Salvador in October 1492 was followed by dozens of expeditions over the next hundred and twenty-five years to the New World, or America, as named after the Italian mapmaker Amerigo Vespucci in 1507. John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) is credited with the discovery of continental North America in June 1497, approximately five-hundred years ago. Columbus himself would make another three voyages to the modern-day Caribbean before his death in 1506. In April 1513, Juan Ponce de León (sailing for Ferdinand II of Aragon) landed in modern day Florida, most likely at St. Augustine, while in 1624, Giovanni da Verazzano (sailing for Francis I of France) explored the Atlantic coast of the Carolinas.

In 1756, the French and Indian War erupted as the result of clashing British and French colonial interests in North America, and as the overseas extension of Europe's Seven Year's War. In 1763, Quebec fell to British troops and the French garrisons of North America surrendered, ending the war and giving Britain control of all France's North American territory, in addition to French cession of the Louisiana Territory to the Spanish for the next forty years.

War of 1812 (1812-1815)

Main ArticleWar of 1812 (1812-1815)

Growth of the Union (1812-1889)

First Mexican-American War (1846-1848)

Main ArticleFirst Mexican-American War (1846-1848)

Slavery Issues (1849-1860)

Civil War (1861-1865)

Main ArticleAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)

Reconstruction (1865-1873)

Second Mexican-American War (1877-1879)

Main ArticleSecond Mexican-American War (1877-1879)

Rise to World Power (1879-1918)

World War I (1914-1918)

Main ArticleWorld War I (1914-1918)

Inter-war period (1918-1941)

World War II (1941-1946)

Main ArticleWorld War II (1938-1946)

Cold War (1948-1991)

Main ArticleCold War (1948-1991)

Korean War (1950-1952)

Main Article: Korean War (1950-1952)

Domestic Changes (1952-1980)

Second Indochina War (1955-1970)

Main ArticleSecond Indochina War (1955-1970)

Indonesian War (1972-1979)

Main ArticleIndonesian War (1972-1979)

End of the Cold War (1991)

Modern Times


Cascadia was formed by the Canadian province of British Columbia and the two US states of Oregon and Washington. Together these entities attempted to break away from their parent bodies unsuccessfully, but created the first multi-country jurisdiction in which the two former states and former province combined but are neither a state nor a province. However, the annexes are governed by the country of which side of the 49th parallel they are located. 

Long Island/Niagara/New York

Due to large opposition from upstate New York residents, the boroughs of New York City were under heavy scrutiny to secede from the state, but because of the process being drawn out, Western New York had put a bid to secede as well. That in turn caused New York City and Long Island to part and the rest of upstate (predominately conservative) allowed Niagara and upstate New York to create three additional states. The move to statehood for Niagara also gave a huge economic boost to an area that previously had housed the third poorest city per capita in recent memory, primarily due to high tax rates causing the 2006 scare and listed in early 2014 as its Erie County is still the 11th highest taxed US county amidst finalizing state budgeting. Niagara carries the 716 area code.


Massasoit was much the same as Niagara prior to its dismissal from its parent state. The 413 area code that formerly was a conservative Western Massachusetts got little to no representation like their western neighbors in upstate New York. 


The eponymous city had such a heavy influence on personal and social issues that it felt necessity to leave Florida. However there was debate if  the Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg and Orlando matro areas would make up the northern part of the state, but were ultimately just beyond Miami's state line.

Northern California/SouthernCalifornia

Though as many as six stateswere drawn in a given proposal, only three were finalizedwhile the north and sout added regional posessives, the central part of the former state kept the original California name.

Northern Colorado

Similarly to Niagara, Norrthern Colorado was experiencing a financial burden despite lobbying in Colorado legislature for tax breaks and other such alleviations. Upon repeated failures, secession was passed to ensure survival of the corresponding counties.

Upper Michigan

The Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula of Michigan were much a similar situation compared to those of Niagara and New England, however is more strained due to the large influence that workers unions have and is predominately Democratic despite being referred as a "socially conservative" region.






Term limits: two indivdual four year terms or two consecutive four year terms or impeachment

Bicameral Legislature


Term limits: three six year terms (18 years) or impeachment

House of Representative

Term Limits: five two year terms (ten years) or impeachment


Term Limits: Retirement of impeachment




Value Type Obverse Reverse
.01 cent penny coin Abraham Lincoln Lincoln Memorial (praimarily)
.05 cent nickel coin Thomas Jefferson Monticello
.10 cent dime coin Ronald Reagan Torch, Oak Branch, Olive Branch
.25 cent quarter coin George Washington Bald Eagle
.50 cent half dollar coin Dwight Eisenhower Presedential Seal
1.00 cent dollar coin Sacagawea American Bald Eagle
1.00 dollar note banknote George Washington Great Seal of the United States
2.00 dollar note banknote Thomas Jefferson Mount Rushmore
5.00 dollar note banknote Abraham Lincoln Lincoln Memorial
10.00 dollar note banknote Alexander Hamilton Treasury Department Building
20.00 dollar note banknote Theodore Roosevelt White House
50.00 dollar note banknote Ulysses S. Grant US Capitol Building
100.00 dollar note banknote Benjamin Franklin Independence Hall

Exchange Rates to the US Dollar:

Euro - € 4.45

Macedonian Denar - MKD 2.34

Polish Złoty  - 1.76 zł.

Australian Dollar - AUD 1.09

Canadian Dollar - CAD 1.08

Pound Sterling - £0.84

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