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History[edit source]

Oregon Treaty[edit source]

Commonwealth of Astoria[edit source]

Crimson Spring[edit source]

Astor-Canadian War[edit source]

Treaty of Vancouver[edit source]

Astorian Declaration of Independence[edit source]

Protectorate Act of Astoria[edit source]

Astorian Corrective Act[edit source]

Astorian Unilateral Declaration of Independence[edit source]

Constitution of Astoria[edit source]

People[edit source]

John Jacob Astor[edit source]

Brendan Shepard[edit source]

Katherine Lancaster[edit source]

Gerhardt Astor[edit source]

Kier Astor[edit source]

Places & Geography[edit source]

Administrative divisions of Astoria[edit source]

States of Astoria[edit source]

Tahoma[edit source]

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South Columbia[edit source]

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Clackamas[edit source]

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Olympia[edit source]

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Pocatello[edit source]
Yakima[edit source]

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Willamette[edit source]

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District of Astor[edit source]

Astor City, Astoria[edit source]

Counties of Astoria[edit source]

Townships of Astoria[edit source]

Municipalities of Astoria[edit source]

Geography of Astoria[edit source]

List of national parks of Astoria[edit source]

Climate change in Astoria[edit source]

Organizations/Entities[edit source]

Pacific Fur Company[edit source]

National Democratic Party[edit source]

National Democratic Party
Leader Brendan Shepard
Chairperson Ryan Remsu
Ideology Conservatism
Right-wing populism
Green conservatism
Senate of Astoria
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House of Representatives
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Progressive–Labor Party of Astoria[edit source]

Progressive–Labor Party
Leader Trent Tuomela
Chairperson Katherine Lancaster
Ideology Progressivism
Social democracy
Social conservatism
Social liberalism
Democratic socialism
Left-wing populism
Party Song
Roll On, Columbia, Roll On
Senate of Astoria
11 / 25
House of Represeantives
51 / 95
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United Grand Lodge of Astoria[edit source]

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Federal government of Astoria[edit source]

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Astorian Electoral College[edit source]

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Department of the Interior and Tribal Affairs (Astoria)[edit source]

Department of Justice (Astoria)[edit source]

Department of Agriculture (Astoria)[edit source]

Positions[edit source]

Vice-President of Astoria[edit source]

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Concepts[edit source]

Tribal band sovereignty in Astoria[edit source]

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Politics of Astoria[edit source]

1909 Astorian constitutional referendum[edit source]

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Astorco[edit source]

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Agriculture in Astoria[edit source]

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Kier II Astor[edit source]

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Astorian Legal Code[edit source]

Astorian Republican Guard[edit source]

Directorate of Internal Affairs (Astoria)[edit source]

Directorate of Liquor, Incendiaries, Firearms and Stimulants (Astoria)[edit source]

Federal Narcotics Administration (Astoria)[edit source]

Directorate of Federal Prisons (Astoria)[edit source]

Demographics[edit source]

Astorians[edit source]

Demographics in Astoria[edit source]

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Family structure in Astoria[edit source]

List of Astorian states by population[edit source]

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National Health Insurance in Astoria[edit source]

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Culture of Astoria[edit source]

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Astorian nationalism[edit source]

Astorian environmentalist radicalism[edit source]

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Architecture of Astoria[edit source]

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Astorian Collegiate Athletic Conference[edit source]

Media of Astoria[edit source]

Pacific Communications Group[edit source]

Pacific Communications Group, Inc. (PCG, Inc) is an Astorian media company whose assets include film studio Pacific Pictures and television network Pacific Television. Pacific Communications Group was spun off Seattle Electric Manufacturing Corporation (SEMCO) in 1979. Pacific Pictures and Pacific Television were initially founded separately from each other, but both came under the control of SEMCO by 1950s.

Pacific Television[edit source]

Pacific Pictures[edit source]

United Broadcasting Corporation of Astoria[edit source]

Astoria One[edit source]

Astoria Two[edit source]

Astorian Public Broadcasting[edit source]

Cascadia Broadcasting Company[edit source]

New World Media Enterprises[edit source]

New World Network[edit source]

National News Network[edit source]

Arlington Pictures[edit source]

Daricol Studios[edit source]

Daricol Studios
Creative Concepts, Inc. (1972-1974)
Daricol Animation (1974-1993)
Daricol Productions (1993-2005)
Industry Animation industry
Founded January 31, 1972; 51 years ago (1972-01-31)
Founder Pierre-Alain Gaspard
Henry Fulbright
Headquarters Astoria
Area served

Daricol Studios (previously Creative Concepts, Inc., Daricol Animation and Daricol Productions) is an Astorian animation studio and entertainment company. It was founded by Pierre-Alain Gaspard and Henry Fulbright in 1972 with the intent of creating franchise concepts and pitching them to toy companies. In 1974, Pierre-Alain Gaspard renamed the company to Daricol (named so after his wife Daria and his son Nicolas) and shifted focus to animation production. In the 1970s, Daricol produced a variety of made-for-TV animated films, later producing theatrical films and television series. In 1990s-early 2000s, Daricol dabbled in live-action productions.

Daricol is one of the most well-known Astorian animation studios in the world. It has developed a special relationship with Sierran television network Animation Station, for whom Daricol has produced a variety of series.

See also[edit source]

Index of Astorian–related articles[edit source]

List of Astorian state topics[edit source]

Outline of Astoria[edit source]