Alternative History
Pennsylvania Province
Capital Philadelphia
Largest Cities Philadelphia
Population 3,600,000
Our Timeline Equivalent Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is the second-most populated province in New England, behind New York. It borders the other New England provinces of New York to the north, Lenape to the east, and Nanticoke, Assateague, and Virginia to the south. Besides other provinces, to the east is the Atlantic Ocean, and to the west is the Erie Preserve.

About Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has been the homeland for the Quakers for some time. Indeed, even to this day, Quaker culture is stronger in Pennsylvania than any other New England province, and arguably stronger than anywhere else in the world, over such a large area. Also In Pennsylvania are the Amish, a religious group of people who live in traditional ways, and eschew modernity. Despite Pennsylvanian settlers having a huge role in the protection of Aboriginal peoples, Pennsylvania has the lowest percentage of Aboriginals of any province. This is largely through low historical Aboriginal population densities, the huge influx of Europeans over time, and the migration of some Aboriginals (notably the Lenape) to other areas (notably the current Lenape Province). Philadelphia, the capital of Pennsylvania, is the second-largest city in New England.


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



77% Vegetarian
23% Non-Vegetarian

Ethnic Groups

84% European
06% Pemhakamik Aboriginal
03% Susquehannock/Andaste
02% Lenape
01% other Aboriginal (Erie, Mejican, etc)
05% Oriental
02% Indian
02% multi race
01% others


74% English
07% German varieties (including Amish Deitsch)
03% Irish Gaelic
03% Italian
02% Iroquoian languages (Susquehannock, etc)
01% Algonquian languages (Lenape, etc)
01% Polish
01% French
01% Spanish
01% Chinese languages
01% Occitan
05% others


50% Nonreligious
27% atheist
23% agnostic
25% Christian
21% Quaker
04% other Christian
12% Cathar
03% Jewish
02% Hindu
02% Buddhist
01% Jain
02% various Aboriginal beliefs
03% other