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Dixie is a Culture in After the End. It's part of the South Anglo Culture group.

Description[]

While many consider the Dixie to be simply the "less sophisticated" cousins to the Southrons, the truth is more complex than that, as the Dixie have a culture all their own. While the Confederacy is under Southron rule most of the time, the Dixie make up the majority of its population- while only northern Carolina is majority Southron, Dixie culture spreads from southern Carolina to the Ozarks, and most places in between.

Dixie Characters in 2666[]

  • Duke Jubal Blythe of Arkansas;
    • Count Corbin Dellarway of Millwood;
    • Prince-Bishop Philius of Crowley;
    • Count Walter Ezzard of Chicot;
  • Duke Walker Frymore of Augusta;
  • Captain Dolphus of the Brave Men of Atlanta;
  • Captain Mary Morheard of Nancy Hearts;
  • Duke Heron McGillin of Altamaha;
    • Count Fred Dunwoody of Golden Isles;
  • Duchess Justitia Hampton of Santee;
    • Count Templeton McGinnis of Wateree;
  • Count Cleavon Candler of Buttahatchee;
  • Count Jubal Angier of First Coast;
  • Count Alan Jackson of Chattahoochee;
  • Count Abe Kinstry of Athens;
  • Count Jed Starkville of Oktibbeha;
  • Count Jessie Garlington of Vicksburg;
  • Lord Mayor Joshua of Fort Smith;
  • Count Bubba Dunwoody of Dothan;
  • Count Samuel Hammond of Edisto;
  • Canon Tift of Blackshear;
  • Count Antipas Pratchet of Ocmulgee;
  • Lord Mayor Austin of Grand Strand;
  • Count Colquitt Rootes of Ochlockonee;
  • Canon Delmont Ninety-Six of Greenwood;
  • Count Harvey Troup of LaGrange;
  • Count Ricky Bobrell of Talladega;
  • Count Roscoe Phenix of Benning;
  • Count Seth Lore of Eufaula;

Dixie Titles[]

Exclusive[]

  • Holy Columbian Confederacy

Traditional Titles[]

  • Dixieland
  • Duchy of Augusta
  • Kiamichi

Culture Sprawl[]

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