Alternative History
Massachusetts Province
Capital Boston
Largest Cities Boston
Population 2,317,000
Our Timeline Equivalent Massachusetts (U.S state)

Massachusetts is the third-most populated province in New England, behind New York and Pennsylvania and right ahead of Varieta. It borders the other New England provinces of Vermont and New Hampshire to the north, New York to the west, and Connecticut and Narragansett to the south. To the east is the Atlantic Ocean.

About Massachusetts

Massachusetts has a long history, and signs of it can be found all over the state, particularly near the coast. Boston and its metropolitan area comprise the third-largest city in the nation. Massachusetts itself has the highest population density of all the provinces. People of European descent make up the majority of the population, with Aboriginal groups speaking various Algonquian languages making up most of the remainder until recently, when a swell of Orientals, Indians, and others have made New England their home.


Massachusetts has numerous divisions, including counties, Semi-Autonomous Regions/Areas (SARs/SAAs), and Nature Preservation Areas (NPAs).



73% Vegetarian
27% Non-Vegetarian

Ethnic Groups

76% European
26% Irish
10% Pemhakamik Aboriginal
04% Wampanoag
02% Massachuset
02% Nipmuck
02% other Aboriginal
06% multi race
05% Oriental
02% Indian
01% others

Note: Massachusetts has the largest percentage of people of Irish descent of any N.E. province.


78% English
08% Algonquian languages
05% Irish Gaelic
02% French
01% Chinese languages
01% Occitan
05% others

Note: 98% of the people of Massachusetts understand English.


42% Nonreligious
21% atheist
21% agnostic
23% Christian
13% Catholic
05% Quaker
05% other Christian
14% Cathar
08% Jewish
02% Hindu
02% Buddhist
01% Jain
06% various Aboriginal beliefs
02% other