| Rike of North Carlsland|
State of North Carolina (Mean English)
"Esse quam videri"
"To be, rather than to show as if"
"First in Flight" (unreeve)
|Roy Cooper (Folkship)|
Dan Forest (Ledewealther)
|Landswathe||53,819 fourside miles|
- In full
North Carlsland (Mean English: North Carolina) is a rike in the southeastern neck of the Oned Rikes. North Carlsland is the twenty-eighth most broad by landspan and the ninth most folkful of the fifty O.R. rikes. North Carlsland is bordered by Maidenland to the north, the Atlantish Highsea to the east, Georgeland and South Carlsland to the south, and Thamesland to the west. Raleigh is the rike's revetown and Carlott is its biggest headstead. The Carlott mickleborougher landship, with a guessed befolking of 2,569,213 in 2018, is the most befolkered mickleborougher landship in North Carlsland, the twenty-third most befolkered in the Oned Rikes and the greatest heart of benchhousing in the land after New Everwick Stead. North Carlsland's twoth greatest mickleborougher landship is the Raleigh mickleborough landship, with a guessed befolking of 1,337,331 in 2018, and is home to the greatest delving-parrock in the Oned Rikes, Delving Threeside Parrock, in Church Hill, Durham, Raleigh.
North Carlsland was founded as a kingly rikeling in 1729 and is one of the first Thirteen Rikelings. North Carlsland is named for King Carl I of England who founded the English rikeling. On 21st Fogmonth 1789, North Carlsland became the twelfth rike to underwrite the Oned Rikes Lawbook. North Carlsland swore its freedom from the Foroning on 21st Merrymonth 1861, becoming the last of eleven rikes to join the Agade Rikes. Following the Folk Wye, the rike was made back in the Foroning on 25th Midsummermonth 1868. On 17th Yulemonth 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright afollowfully flew the world's first steered, stayed flight of a mighted, heavier-than-wind flightcraft at Kill Devil Hills in North Carlsland's Outer Banks. North Carlsland brooks the saying "First in Flight" on rikely leave-marks on wains to frealse this bringing-forth.