DuPonty Monarchy

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This was the Imperial family's personal flag.

The DuPonty Monarchy (pronounced: Th DouPontee Monarckee) was a monarchy founded by Emperor Van J. Blevins on March 17, 2009 with the intention of breaking away from the USA's government, which he believed was destined to fail.

Around November 2011, the micronation went defunct.


The DuPonty type of government was a constitutional imperialist hereditary monarchy lead by Emperor Van J. Blevins, Queen Cynthia L. Blevins, and Princess Haylie M. Blevins. The government was split into 3 sectors, or branches. These sectors are the Imperial sector, the Judical sector, and the Legislative sector.

Imperial sector

The Imperial sector of government was made up of the imperial family. This sector's job is to keep, support, and make the laws.

Judical sector

The Judical sector of government was made up of judges. The sector's job is to help enforce the laws.

Legislative sector

The legislative sector of government was made up of the senate and the people who vote. This sector's job is to vote in elections and public problems.


All the providences of DuPonty are bordered by the USA. As of 2011, it had 4 providences under its control.


Burkey was the 2nd largest province. Its capital was Royal (city). This is where the Burkey Palace was located. The Burkey Palace was the Residence of The Emperor, The Queen, and The Princess.


Ohltown was the largest province. Fort Joe was its capital.

Oak View

Oakview was the 3rd largest providence. Haylie (city) was its capital.


Fishbowl was the smallest province. Its capital was New Dublin. This province was the farthest away from Royal City (the capital).

Recognized nations

During most of its life, the micronations it recognised were:


Below is the text of DuPonty's declaration of independence.

"Today The DuPonty Monarchy is a soveregn and independent nation. We are all certian that this is necessary and not only we are our own but that we are to be recognized as such by all other nations. we secure the following rights: freedom of religion to all, right to speek aloud and right to be tried. Together we stand strong!"

17 people signed this document, 8 of whom were either part of the government or were in the imperial family.

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