Morseville's First Settlers Edit
People started settling on Morseville in 1525. The first settlement which is Jamestown, Morseville is officially a community in 1528. But in 1708, Jamestown, Morseville was burnt to the ground. It have to be rebuilt. In 1710, Forto was found as in official community, In the 1720s, Sander City and Applewood was settled.
Revolutionary War Edit
In the US Revolutionary War, Morseville took the US side during the war. 193 Soldiers from Morseville were killed and 489 other soldiers were wounded or injured. In 1778, Morseville got it's independence from Great Britain.
More Settlement Edit
In the 1800s, Snow Valley, Marcville, Tuson, Martin, Viewport, Forester and a few more communities were settled. The Population of Sander City increased to 5,030 by 1820. By 1859, Sander City only have 10,309 people living in it. People decided to explore the Viewport Mountain Range, which is 100 miles north of Forto, the capital of Morseville at the time.
A new capital Edit
In 1809, The capital of Morseville have moved to Forto, Morseville which lies right in the center of the state.
The American/Morsevillian Civil War Edit
During the Civil War, Morseville split into 2 different countries, South Morseville and North Morseville. In 1861, South Morseville became allies with the Confederate States of America, while North Morseville became allies with the Union States of America.
Yet, Forto eventually became part of Northern Morseville, the rage went on for 4 years. Forto is usually the usually the main target from Confederate South Morseville. North Morseville would usually build walls around the South border of Forto. The conflict still continues until 1870, when Morseville finally came back together. 1800 Confederate Soldiers from South Morseville are dead and 200 others are wounded. 1704 Union Soldiers from North Morseville are dead and 400 others are wounded.
It all started when South Carolina seceded from the Union. Then other Southern States of American also seceded like Mississippi, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana. Those 6 southern states formed the Confederacy or the Confederate States of America.
Later, Texas seceded from the Union to join the Confederacy. After the Battle of Fort Sumter, North Carolina, Virginia (Which splits the Western Part of Virginia and forms West Virginia in 1863 and becomes part of the Union), Tennessee, and Arkansas seceded from the Union and joined the Confederacy.
The Union States of America were Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Maine. In 1861, Kansas became a state and part of the Union. Yet, the states of Kentucky, Missouri, Delaware, and Maryland were border states that was loyal to the Union.