Dominion of Satavia

Dominion of Satavia

1816–1936
of Satavia
Coat of arms
StatusDominion of the Estmerish Empire
CapitalPort Hope
Common languagesEstmerish, Hennish
GovernmentFederal Parliamentary Constitutional Monarchy
King 
• 1816-1827
Clovis Richard II (first)
• 1920-1936
William III (last)
Governor General 
• 1816-1824
Lord Kingsleigh (first)
• 1932-1936
Sydney Warwick (last)
Prime Minister 
• 1816-1827
Richard Somerset (first)
• 1927-1936
Edward Limes (last)
LegislatureParliament of the Dominion of Satavia
County Court
Chamber of Commons
History 
• Established
1st October 1816
• Disestablished
23rd September 1936
CurrencySatavian Shilling
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Colony of Satavia
East River Colony
Crown Colony of Andersland & Dukeminster
Colony of New Furland
Union of Satavia

The Dominion of Satavia (Hennish: Heerschappij van Satavia), commonly called the "Hope Dominion" or "Satavia", was the historical successor state to the Estmerish Hope, and existed between 1816 until 1936. It was the longest lasting of Estmere's dominions, and remained a dominion until the end of The Great War, when it was abolished.

The Dominion was established by the Home Rule (Satavia) Act, 1816, following a royal proclimation by the King of Estmere. This came five years following Nuvania's Home Rule Act. The Dominion's first Prime Minister was Richard Somerset, who was elected in the Dominion's first election in 1816.

Economic growth boomed during the period, and is often referred to in Satavia as the "Estmerish Miracle". The period, however, also saw a sharp decline in the Native Population, along with the decline of the use of the Hennish language.