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    Alternate Wikibox Thread

    And the sequel
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    Alternate Wikibox Thread

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    Alternate Wikibox Thread

    Lyman Trumbull was elected the American President in 1876 in the aftermath of the Panic of 1873 on a for-the-time radical platform that was immediately hamstrung by an American Congress that was ironically controlled by his own Union Party. This was because the Party as a whole, mostly funded by...
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    Stuyvesant's Thread

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    Alternate Wikibox Thread

    After the defeat of the Southron Republic's Conventional Phase and the mass-disenfranchisement of its supporters, many Southron die-hards withdrew into the first of the Second Republic's Parallel Power Systems: the Southron Nationalist Kuklos Khruseos – the Golden Circle. The Kuklos was...
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    The SLP Flag Thread

    it's a good avenue to try to avoid a confederate flag that's just a remixed Stars and Stripes like this
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    The SLP Flag Thread

    The Flag of the Southron Republic in my TL, which is based off of two OTL proposals for the Confederate flag (here and here) with a bit of the Bonnie Blue Flag thrown in
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    Stuyvesant's Thread
    Threadmarks Poem born of sleep paralysis

    I met an unknowable force at the side of the road, It straddled a line not often toed. Though it was strange it meant me no harm Despite this its form caused me alarm That isn’t to say its appearance offended Its shape simply went uncomprehended
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    SLP 'Telephone' Maps and Graphics Game 4

    As I said in the last thread I'm in
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    Blackentheborg's city council archive filing cabinet

    I love it
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    AH Run-downs, summaries and general gubbins

    Fates of the Colonies of formerly British America following the Treaty of London (1780) New England Colonies Connecticut Colony: Became the State of Connecticut, lost its territory west of the Connecticut River to New York, the remaining rump became financially insolvent after losing New...
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    Lists of Heads of Government and Heads of State

    Heads of the Yankee Outfit 1903-1915: William “Big Bill” Devery/Frankie Farrell (Tammany) 1915: Ousted in internal coup 1915-1923: Jacob “The Colonel” Ruppert/Tillinghast “Cap” Huston (Tammany) 1923: Ruppert forced Huston out, seizing complete control of the Outfit 1923-1939: Jacob “The...
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    Stuyvesant's Thread

    @AndrewH for that baseball content
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    Stuyvesant's Thread

    Heads of the Yankee Outfit 1903-1915: William “Big Bill” Devery/Frankie Farrell (Tammany) 1915: Ousted in internal coup 1915-1923: Jacob “The Colonel” Ruppert/Tillinghast “Cap” Huston (Tammany) 1923: Ruppert forced Huston out, seizing complete control of the Outfit 1923-1939: Jacob “The...
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    Stuyvesant's Thread

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    AH Run-downs, summaries and general gubbins

    Electoral College of the Empire of Anbennar The Empire of Anbennar [Its name coming from the Elven word for Unity] was founded in 1221 by a cabal of mages to end the chaos of the Interregnum that followed the fall of the Jexisian Empire. Initially led by a Mage Emperor that combined the current...
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    Alternate Wikibox Thread

    Don José de Silva was a Spanish Conquistador who took part in the Conquest of Mexico and was a member of the crew of Juan de Grijalva in 1518. While he was not part of Hernán Cortés’s expedition later that year, he was involved in the later campaign against the Tarascans. It was during the...
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    Stuyvesant's Thread

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    Stuyvesant's Thread

    Don José de Silva was a Spanish Conquistador who took part in the Conquest of Mexico and was a member of the crew of Juan de Grijalva in 1518. While he was not part of Hernán Cortés’s expedition later that year, he was involved in the later campaign against the Tarascans. It was during the...
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    Biaggi’s Other Opium Den

    apparently.
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