Cliff in Martonale County

A "cliff" in rural Martonale County.

Martonale County is a county in the Dragoonasag state of Penoshia. The county's name is derived from the Parkufo word for "land of mountains and rivers." Its county seat is Florida.


Martonale County was formed in 1865 from part of neighboring Cain County. It was named "Bradley County", after Battle of the Peregos soldier Tylt Ferguson Bradley, from 1865 to 1884, when it was discovered that Bradley was the most disgraceful soldier to fight that battle, having been reprimanded by General Fatjohn Dollouve about forty-two times. The county's new name was "Martonale". In 1888, its county seat was changed from "Bradley" to "Florida", after the U.S. state[1].


Martonale County is located in Southeast Penoshia. It is a land of mountains and, and some of the Cuahala and Salviana rivers are within the county; these are the reasons for the county's current name.

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Martonale County had a population of about 24,221 during the last census. The racial make-up of the population was as follows.

Racial Make-up of Martonale County's Population[2]
Race Percentage Notes
Caucasian 79.9
African 7.2
Hispanic 7.2
Other 5.7

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  1. Penoshia city name origins
  2. Penoshia county population reports for 2008