Location of Beckar.jpg

Large cities
Highest point
Lowest point
Near Orick
Date of statehood
May 14, 1834

The flag of Beckar since January 1, 2015

Beckar is a state in the nation of Dragoonasag. It was named after Zonapath Brimm Beckar, who fought in the Dragoonasag Revolution. Beckar's state flower is the Beckar rose; its state bird is the Beckar doughalia, and its state tree is the Beckar oak.

Geography[edit | edit source]

It is bordered by Lohana to the north, Cartana and Clarkania to the east, Varconia and Zayna to the south, and Garna to the west. Its three largest cities are Balkerton, Hackard, and Toughstown.

Beckar has four main geographical regions. The Jaspergreen Mountains region is located in northwestern Beckar. The Central and Southwestern Plains region occupies central Beckar, and includes all three of the state's large cities. The Southeast Mountains and Hills region is located in the southeastern part of the state, and northeastern Beckar is located in the Northeastern Mountain region.

History[edit | edit source]

Before statehood[edit | edit source]

The region now known as Beckar was first settled by English-speaking settlers in the early 1800s. The area was occupied by native Parkufo groups before then; the natives have been inhabiting the land since the 1300s. The first English-speaking settler to arrive in the area was Charles Frouth Beckar, son of Dragoonasag Revolutionary War soldier Zonapath Brimm Beckar, who arrived around 1804. By the early 1820s, the region was settled by many English-speaking people. In 1824, city planners were asked to locate an ideal spot for the area's seat of government. They chose a little hill near a sacred Parkufo temple. In 1825, construction on the town that would come to be the city of Balkerton began. By the late 1820s, the city was considered a great place for the seat of government to be. Construction on a Government House (State House after Beckar's statehood) began. In 1833, the region applied for statehood, and, in 1834, became a Dragoonasag state, named Beckar, after a Dragoonasag Revolutionary War soldier.

  1. List of highest points in Dragoonasag states
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