The Anglish Moot
Rike of Hueland
State of Colorado (Mean English)
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Ethel Oned Rikes
Headstead (& Biggest Stead) Denver
Inwonername Huelander
- Highthane
- Under-Highthane
Jared Polis
Dianne Primavera
Landswathe 269,602 km²
- In full
- Huddlemete

Hueland (Mean English: Colorado) is a rike in the western Oned Rikes engirding most of the southern Stony Alps along with the northeastern hold of the Hueland Flatstone and the western edge of the Great Flatlands. It is the eighth broadest and twenty-first biggest rike by befolking. The guessed befolking of Hueland is 5,758,736 as of 2019, a rising from 14.5 hundreths since the 2010 Oned Rikes telltale.

The land has been indwelled by American Forerunners for more than 13,000 years, with the Lindenmeier Spot inholds oldthings from about 9200 B.M.E. (Before Mean Eld) to 1000 M.E. (Mean Eld); the eastern edge of the Stony Barrows was a meaningful footpath for the early folk who spread throughout the Americas. The rike was named for the Hueland Creek, which early Spanish land-delvers named the Rio Colorado ("Red River" in New English; "Red Creek" or "Red Flood" in Anglish) for the ruddy silt the creek held from the barrows. The Land of Hueland was drawn up on 28 February 1861, and on 1 August 1876, OR Foresitter Ulysses S Grant handwrote Heralding 230, thereby having Hueland into the Oned Rikes as the 38th rike. Hueland is nicknamed the "Hundred Years Rike" since it became a rike one hundred years after the handwriting of the Oned Rikes Outspeaking of Selfdom.