Rike of Manland
State of Maine (Mean English)
"I lead"
Ethel Oned Rikes
Headstead Caserine
Biggest stead Harbourland
Inwonername Manlander
- Highthane
- Eldermoot-Foresitter
Janet Mills (Folkship)
Troy Jackson (Folkship)
Landswathe 35,385 fourside miles
- In full
- Huddlemete
43.8/fourside mile

Manland (Mean English: Maine) is the northernmost rike in the New England neck of the northeastern Oned Rikes. Manland is the 12th smallest by landspan, the 9th least befolkered, and the 38th most huddled-befolkered of the 50 O.R. rikes. It is bordered by New Hampshire to the west, the Atlantish Highsea to the southeast, and the Whitenorthern greatshires of New Brunswick and Streamneck to the northeast and northwest, castfully. Manland is the lone rike to border only one other rike, is the easternmost among the abutting Oned Rikes, and the northernmost rike east of the Great In-Seas. 

Manland is known for its uneven, stony stretch of seashore; low, trundling barrows, heavily wealded inland, and pretty waterways, as well as its seafood cooking, namely hummer and clams. There is a damp landblockish loftlay throughout most of the rike, inholding seaboard landships. Manland's most-befolkered stead is Harbourland and its revetown is Caserine.

For thousands of years, inborn folks were the only dwellers of the landdeal that is now Manland. At the time of Evelandish coming in what is now Manland, sundry Algonquish-speaking folks dwelled in the landship. The first Evelandish settlement in the landship was by the French in 1604 on Holy Rood Iland by Peter Dugua, Lord of Mons. The first English settlement was the short-lived Popham Rikeling, founded by the Plymouth Business in 1607. A reckoning of English settlements were founded along the shore of Manland in the 1620s, although the rugged loftlay, lackings, and fightings led many to flunk over the years. 

As the 18th Yearhundred started in Manland, only a half-twelve Evelandish settlements had lived on. Stalwart and Home-Lover strengths matched each other for Manland's landdeal throughout the Americkish Overthrowing and the Wye of 1812. Throughout the Wye of 1812, the greatly-unshielded eastern landship of Manland was beseted by British might, but came back to the Oned Rikes as a share of a truce that was to inhold land on the Lakemark Headland for Inborn-Americkish folks. Manland was a bit of the Meanwealth of Bluedowns until 1820, when it chose to break away from Bluedowns to become a sundry rike. On 15 Miremonth, 1820, under the Kerfinglands Tradeoff, it was let in the Foroning as the 23rd rike.


The most likely wellspring of Manland's name is that it comes from the French shire of Manland, in turn named for the Cenoman folks of the foreolden-eld and later shortened to Manland.

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