The US Mogdonazian colonization plan



 
 
 
 
 

As per seeing the results of the Liberian experiment, the president has authorized the ACS to set up another settlement, this time on the banks of the Ndolo River in the Mogdonazia region of Africa. A fort will be established at the site of the settlement and will be occupied by two units of U.S. regulars. This will provide a starting point for settlers so that they can begin their new life more easily. The settlement will begin in this year of 1881 A.D.
Sen. Joseph Riley O?Connor

To view the current progress of the settlement, go here.

To view the latest additions to this site, go here.
The USMCP is a web site dedicated to colonial wargamming in the late 19th century, early 20th century. Mogdonazia is a fictional area of Africa in which the colonial powers, savage tribes and Mad explorers struggle to control. It's actually a campaign that the Ottawa Miniature Gamers organizes. It is to be clear that this web site does not encourage racial discrimination and slavery, it simply portrays fictional events and wargaming projects that are influenced by the colonial period.
The web page is divided in sections that sum up different aspects of the hobby. At the bottom of the page you will find a quick page reference to direct the viewer through this site.

The sections are as following:
Introduction: where you currently are.
The Pawnee Journal: a journal of events of the campaign from the perspective of the Americans.
Update: a technical log of entries to notify if pages have been added or modified.
The hobby: a page which shows the different aspect of colonial wargaming, from painting miniature figurines to creating the scenery.
The Battles: a directory of battles occurring, either in the campaign chronology or without any relation to the campaign, be they either skirmishes or epic battles.
Links: a list of links to other web sites.


Introduction - The Pawnee Journal - Update - The hobby - The Battles - Links

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