Gascogne

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A map of Louisianne, showing the Gascogne.

The Western half of Nouvelle Navarre. Created by the Louisiannan government in the first half of the 20th Century, it was named after the homeland of the settlers, Gascogne, in France.

Mining has taken off in the last years as the Sioux and Daquota tribes have begun leasing the rights to the government to mine the Noirraines.


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