Cultural Families
Cultural Family
Frankish Peoples
Regions
Canada
Religion
Anabaptism
Subregion
Hudsonland
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Summary

The Hudsonians (Hydsonéres) are a people which formed in the valley of the Hudson or Hydson river from the merging of various European settlers, including Deitscher coming from the southwest, Québécois coming from the north, and most of all a wave of relatively recently arrived Dutch settlers. Driving out the natives from the region now known as Hudsonland (with the notable exception of the Haudenosaunee) they organized in a single feudal kingdom, and thrived as traders between the region of Gotham, the Great Lakes and the St. Laurent river. They speak a Germanic language which is a blend of Dutch and Deitsch, and are mostly Anabaptist, though notoriously less practising than their Deitsch neighbors.

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