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| intro = '''Clamash''', officially the '''State of Clamash''', is a state of the [[Federal States]].  The state is situated along the coast of the '''[[Asperic Ocean]]''', with an international border with the '''[[Deodeca]]''' (Provinces of '''[[Peralia]]''' and '''AR060-11''') to the west, the state of '''[[Tauhon]]''' to the north, the state of '''[[Sierra]]''' to the northeast, state of '''[[Riopoderos]]''' to the east, '''[[Aquilia]]''' to the southeast, and state of '''AR120-47''' to the south. Clamash is known for mountains in the east, the flat Henrietta River Valley, and woodland hills. Due to its location and topography, Clamash is one of the rainiest states.   
 
| intro = '''Clamash''', officially the '''State of Clamash''', is a state of the [[Federal States]].  The state is situated along the coast of the '''[[Asperic Ocean]]''', with an international border with the '''[[Deodeca]]''' (Provinces of '''[[Peralia]]''' and '''AR060-11''') to the west, the state of '''[[Tauhon]]''' to the north, the state of '''[[Sierra]]''' to the northeast, state of '''[[Riopoderos]]''' to the east, '''[[Aquilia]]''' to the southeast, and state of '''AR120-47''' to the south. Clamash is known for mountains in the east, the flat Henrietta River Valley, and woodland hills. Due to its location and topography, Clamash is one of the rainiest states.   
  
The state's name derives from the Clamash River, which's name is derived from the Castellanese "clamar" in reference to the former Blanco Rapids. Clamash has just over 1.5 million residents.  
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The state's name derives from the Clamash River, which's name is derived from the Castellanese "clamar" in reference to the former Blanco Rapids. Clamash has just over 2 million residents.  
  
 
The largest city in Clamash is Wahanta, with approximately 80% of the state's population in the metropolitan area (Trentonson, Meade, & San Ramon Counties). Wahanta is a very important industrial and economic hub, developed as a port and rail hub for commodities of the West Lakes region. While transportation remains the principal sector of the city's business base, Wahanta has become a major center of the FSA insurance industry.  
 
The largest city in Clamash is Wahanta, with approximately 80% of the state's population in the metropolitan area (Trentonson, Meade, & San Ramon Counties). Wahanta is a very important industrial and economic hub, developed as a port and rail hub for commodities of the West Lakes region. While transportation remains the principal sector of the city's business base, Wahanta has become a major center of the FSA insurance industry.  

Revision as of 14:27, 22 June 2022

Flag of Clamash State of Clamash

Capital: Clifford
Population: 2,059,342 (2020)
Motto: Your Next Adventure

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Clamash, officially the State of Clamash, is a state of the Federal States. The state is situated along the coast of the Asperic Ocean, with an international border with the Deodeca (Provinces of Peralia and AR060-11) to the west, the state of Tauhon to the north, the state of Sierra to the northeast, state of Riopoderos to the east, Aquilia to the southeast, and state of AR120-47 to the south. Clamash is known for mountains in the east, the flat Henrietta River Valley, and woodland hills. Due to its location and topography, Clamash is one of the rainiest states.

The state's name derives from the Clamash River, which's name is derived from the Castellanese "clamar" in reference to the former Blanco Rapids. Clamash has just over 2 million residents.

The largest city in Clamash is Wahanta, with approximately 80% of the state's population in the metropolitan area (Trentonson, Meade, & San Ramon Counties). Wahanta is a very important industrial and economic hub, developed as a port and rail hub for commodities of the West Lakes region. While transportation remains the principal sector of the city's business base, Wahanta has become a major center of the FSA insurance industry.

The state capital, Clifford, is part of the Wahanta-Clifford Metropolitan Area. Unlike Wahanta, Clifford is located on the ocean coast. Clifford is an older city than Wahanta and was originally a Castellanese mission. The city is home to the unicameral state government, which is the chief sector of the local economy. Clifford is home to Spiritus Apparitio University which is located at the site of the original mission.

Other important cities include:

-Gantiac, which is located at the crossroads of FS-50 and FS-91 and is home to the flagship state land-grant university, University of Clamash-Gantiac.

-Cook Springs, which is located in the Cordilleras. Cook Springs was named for the Cook Hot Springs, which are now a resort. The city is a popular year-round destination for locals, second-home buyers,a nd tourists. The 1992 Winter Games were held in Cook Springs.

-Saunebago


Area

Area = 97,488.91 square kilometers

Area = 37,640.68 square miles

History

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 northern 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 including San Ramon. The Ingerish eventually fought and won most of present day Clamash from the Castellanese. As per the Treaty of San Ramon, the Castellan ceded all territory claims in present day Clamash with the exception of San Ramon. After Deodeca's independence from Ingerland, 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.

Geography

Mountain Ranges - The Cordilleras (Eastern Border) Limestone Hills - Western Border

Major Rivers Henrietta River Clamash River Gahaha River Little Verde River Big Verde River Capital River Udlith River Cannover River Ingram River Wahauja River

Natural Lakes Floyd Lake


Government

State Government

Unlike most state legislatures, Clamash has a unicameral legislature.

Administrative Divisions

Clamash is divided into 44 counties.

List of Counties

Name County Seat Largest City Area in km² Area in sq mi Population Population per km²
Albin County Richland Stakesville 2,707.10 1,049.08 4,193
Blaney County Brookford Brookford 1,489.64 575.16 3,115
Boshokie County Boshokie Center Boshokie Center 1,515.17 585.01 7,248
Briggs County Port Union Port Union 1,159.58 447.72 60,733
Butte County Gray Rock Gray Rock 2,900.34 1,119.83 5,279
Chalmers County Brome Brome 1,845.33 712.49 4,422
Chester County Theoville Theoville 1,685.78 650.88 1,696
Clayton County Lawfield Lawfield 1,821.62 703.33 2,565
Cortizas County New Werthington New Werthington 1,170.96 452.11 5,906
Darracott County West Gahaha West Gahaha 2,326.85 898.40 3,506
Foster County Herbert Brantgomery 2,017.11 778.81 1,804
Gardiwapeka County Tauhon City Tauhon City 1,813.89 700.35 13,222
Grelling County Grawton Grawton 2,399.67 926.52 12,663
Grover County Jessamine Appahappa 1,999.38 771.96 3,844
Henrietta County Ardentic Ardentic 2,269.77 876.36 9,731
Hillman County Vanito Trowell 1,282.40 495.14 2,436
Huntington County Quitman Quitman 2,335.73 901.83 6,187
Kennard County Normsfield Normsfield 1,649.65 636.93 3,377
Lindley County Arrowhead Bovina 2,582.90 997.26 6,564
Lowell County Federal Camp Federal Camp 1,867.89 721.20 3,587
Mannon County Tekbota Tekbota 1,869.00 721.62 2,875
McGeorge County Willoch Red Owl 4,087.47 1,578.18 1,392
Meade County Clifford Clifford 1,560.44 602.49 518,855
Merryman County Andersen Andersen 1,489.64 575.16 8,438
Nash County Supurb Rexville 2,196.00 847.88 7,487
Nepoee County Chambersville Chambersville 1,954.23 754.53 7,072
Onslow County Stevensport Stevensport 1,933.84 746.66 5,443
Pahareek County Dunlap Dunlap 2,691.46 1,039.18 35,870
Plummer County Fort Bellis Fort Bellis 2,042.54 788.63 22,993
Puma County Thorbecke Thorbecke 2,938.39 1,134.52 4,940
Purchase County Brubecks Muehling 1,291.22 498.54 7,024
Ralley County Green Point East Ingram 1,954.90 754.79 24,455
Rudeen County Louisa Louisa 2,762.15 1,066.47 2,246
San Ramon County San Ramon Robertsville 1,431.23 552.60 43,393
Sanawappan County Indigo Rapids Indigo Rapids 2,182.42 842.64 1,180
Sidney County Marcher Marcher 4,675.47 1,805.21 7,041
Strawes County Verving Verving 5,117.63 1,975.93 2,110
Swanson County Antelope Franzer 1,851.57 714.89 5,752
Trentonson County Wahanta Wahanta 1,843.30 711.70 719,092
Valley County Gantiac Gantiac 1,304.19 503.55 67,091
Verde County Cook Springs Cook Springs 4,424.19 1,708.19 43,197
Wamboldt County Lyonburg Plains Grove 2,061.30 795.87 4,608
Woodbine County Saunebago Saunebago 2,024.45 781.64 57,426
Yellow Frog County Kokodoji Hayson 2,937.78 1,134.28 8,198

Municipalities

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
  • Saunebago - 41,893
  • 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
  • Ardentic - 6,117
  • Grawton - 5,774

Economy

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.

Culture

Sports

Wahanta Scouts - Baseball

Wahanta Whirlpool - Basketball

Wahanta Mammoths - Hockey

Clifford Cruisers - Hockey

Sporting Wahanta - Soccer

Clamash Speedway

Education

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, University of Clamash-Saunebago and University of Clamash-Wahanta. Clamash has one state college system. Clamash has one community college system.

Transportation

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.

Protected Areas

National Historic Site

  • Fort Walprove National Historic Site

State Parks

  • 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

  • Chalmers Reservoir State Recreation Area
  • Fawn Creek Reservoir State Recreation Area
  • Henrietta River State Recreation Area
  • Rubicue Lake State Recreation Area
  • South Bay Beach State Recreation Area
  • Tenn Butte State Recreation Area

State Forests

  • Gilbert State Forest
  • San Ramon State Forest
  • Verde Rivers State Forest

State Historical Park

  • Fort Hunderstatt State Historical Park


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