Area = 65,553.63 square kilometers Area = 25,310.4 square miles
Before Castellanese settlemeent, Native Archantan tribes, such as the Pahareek tribe, inhabited the area that now comprises of Clamash.
Unlike most of the states in the FSA, Clamash was never settled by the Ingerish. The Clamashegian coast was settled by the Castellanese in the early 1700s. Despite the fertility of the Henrietta River valley, the Castellanese only founded a few coastal settlements included San Ramon, Alaso, Canales, Mission, and Tara Harbor. After Deodeca's independence from Castellan, Clamash became a state in the nation of Deodeca. It was not until the early 1800s when Clamash became territory of FSA through the Wahauja Purchase. In 1866, the State of Clamash was admitted to the union.
Unlike most state legislatures, Clamash has a unicameral legislature.
Clamash is divided into 18 counties. Cortizas County is the largest by area. Trentonson County is one of the smallest counties, but is the most populated.
List of Counties
|Name||County Seat||Largest city||Area in km²||Area in sq mi||Population||Population per km²|
|Briggs County||Port Union||Port Union||1,159.58||447.72||54,406|
|Gardiwapeka County||Tauhon City||Tauhon City||1,810.61||699.08||9,357|
|McGeorge County||Willoch||Red Owl||4,031.53||1,556.58||566|
|Plummer County||Fort Bellis||Fort Bellis||4,853.68||1,874.02||19,442|
|San Ramon County||San Ramon||Robertsville||1,431.23||552.60||35,282|
|Verde County||Cook Springs||Cook Springs||4,424.19||1,708.19||39,069|
Municipalities are divided into four classifications based on population. The twenty (20) largest municipalities as of 2020 are listed below under their respective class.
Metropolitan Class City (200,000 or more)
- Wahanta - 554,955
- Clifford - 269,277
First Class City (20,000-199,999)
- Sprucewood - 59,221
- Gantiac - 57,664
- Port Union - 49,124
- Land Park - 45,321
- Robertsville - 35,988
- Cook Springs - 34,719
- Huntington Heights - 24,952
- Dunlap - 23,897
- Santa Isabella - 21,851
Second Class City (4,000-19,999
- Wardsville - 17,520
- Morningside Hills - 16,882
- Vista Orchard - 15,851
- Fort Bellis - 11,526
- San Ramon - 8,473
- Tauhon City - 6,715
- Grawton - 5,774
- Alvinale - 4,220
- Merryman - 3,882
The largest sectors in Clamash's economy are agricultural, forestry, tourism, healthcare, mining, transportation, and financial. Most of the state's economic activity occurs in the Wahanta metropolitan area. Several large companies have headquarters in Clamash. These companies include Huckelberry's, Greeley Mart, Fossill, ConcordaHealth, Second National Bank, Sir Saves-A-Lot, Mutual of Wahanta, and Bassett-Leyton Hotel Brands.
Clamash has one public university system, the University of Clamash. The flagship university is the University of Clamash-Gantiac. Other campuses are the University of Clamash-Port Union, and University of Clamash-Wahanta. Clamash has one state college system. Clamash has one community college system.
The two primary motorways in Clamash are FS 50 and FS 91. There are several more freeways in the Wahanta-Clifford metropolitan area, as well as an extensive network of state routes.
In 2009, the Clamash Department of Transportation started the Statewide Expressway Project in which significant routes would be upgraded to four-lane divided expressways. Due to a lack of funding, the majority of the project is still incomplete as of 2022. Completed expressways are CL 85 in Trentonson County and CL 43 in Meade County. Construction is underway and portions of completed of CL 47, which will connect Port Union with Tauhon City. Other highways designated for upgrades are CL 31 from Gantiac to Tauhon City, CL 80 from Leafton (FS 91) to Aquilia, and an extension of CL 26 from FS 91 to San Ramon.
The Sunsetter is a passenger rail service in west FSA. The main stations in Clamash are located in Wahanta, Cook Springs, Dunlap, and Gantiac. Freight rail lines cross the state connecting The Lakes Region with the Port of Wahanta and the port in Jundah, Tauhon.
There are three commercial airports in Clamash: Wahanta-Clifford International Airport, Cook Springs Regional Airport, and Dunlap Regional Airport.
National Historic Site
- Fort Walprove National Historic Site
- Basin State Park
- Clamash Bluffs State Park
- Henry Sturholdt State Park
- Hurricane Caverns State Park
- Lake Spalding State Park
- Sundan State Park
- Tall Pine State Park
State Recreation Areas
- Henrietta River State Recreation Area
- Rubicue Lake State Recreation Area
- South Bay Beach State Recreation Area
- Tenn Butte State Recreation Area
- Gilbert State Forest
- San Ramon State Forest
- Verde Rivers State Forest
State Historical Park
- Fort Hunderstatt State Historical Park
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