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State of Wilson Hills

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Springfield, MO
Capital cityFort Osage
Official language(s)de-facto English
Official religion(s)Secular
Short nameWilson Hills
- Last PresidentAndrew Sz.
- Last GovernorDoug B.
LegislatureNational Triumvirate
- Type - Triumvirate
- Number of seats - 3
- Last election - 2019
EstablishedJuly 23rd, 2018
Area claimed0.787 sq. miles
Population2 before dissolved
Time zoneCentral Standard Time (CST)
National sportNo national sport.
National animalCopperhead Snake

Wilson Hills was a Delveran province comprising of land in western Springfield, Missouri and Greene County, Missouri.


West Springfield, the first name of the State, came from the State being in western Springfield, MO.

Wilson Hills, the second name of the State, derived from the hills in the State, and the creek that made up the south-eastern border, Wilson's Creek.


Birth From Death

Wilson Hills was declared on the 23rd of July, 2018 following the collapse of the Republic of Ozark

The Delveran Application

Wilson Hills, on September 15, 2018, after nearly two months of independence, voted in favor of bidding to join the Grand Republic of Delvera. The first vote went in favor of Wilson Hills, and so did the second.

Annexation by Delvera

On November 5, 2018, the State of Wilson Hills became a province of Delvera after two rounds of voting.

Name Change

From the end of September 2019 to early October 2019, West Springfield name suggestions. After collecting for a few days, the public had a vote on what name to use, they picked Wilson Hills.


On February 17th, after months of inactivity, the President and Governor made the hard decision to dissolve the then province of Delvera, Wilson Hills.




Alexandria was the first capital. It hosted the National Congress pavilion and was centrally located. Instead of having its own district, Alexandria was completely within the State of Kay Point. Also, the President's House changed with each election and wasn't confined to Alexandria.

Kay Pointe

The State of Kay Pointe was the largest state by area and populations, however it only had one registered civilian. It had a permanent seat in congress and contained the Capital Park.


The State of Madison contained a lot of fields and farm-land. Madison also contained a school and the remains of the Republic of Ozark. It also had a permanent seat in congress.


The State of Lombard didn't have a permanent seat in congress, as their only citizen had resigned as a congressional representative.


The Territory of Wilson contained all land around Wilson's Creek and its trail up to Farm Road 123 & 146.


West Springfield had grown and shrunk and ditched its federal form of government.

Woodland Bases
  • Fort Tuscaloosa: Ft. Tuscaloosa was named after the hometown of Alex C. It is in a state of ruin and hasn't been maintained.
  • Fort Osage: Ft. Osage acted as the last capital of the State. While not in the same woods as the other bases, it was surrounded by trees and outlined with large rocks.
  • Fort Montana: Ft. Montana was directly south of Fort Osage, it was seldom visited.
  • Fort Joplin: Ft. Joplin was the largest and most developed of all bases. It was in the woods, ontop of a hill, with marked pathways and natural defenses.


A map of the nation before its collapse [1]

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