|The People's Kuulist Federation of Cananganam
|Anthem: Our People, Our Nation|
|-||President||Vun Vin Digikint|
|-||Chairman||Vun Vin Digikint|
|-||Upper house||People's Commission|
|-||First Cananganamese State||c.1348 or c.1357|
|-||Kuulist Coup||June 7, 1922|
|-||First Cananganamese Civil War||June 23, 1922 - April 2, 1978|
|-||Second Cananganamese Civil War||March 21, 2002 - Present|
Cananganam is a Naguan State predominantly populated by Asuranesians.
The believed source of Cananganam's name comes from Proto-Asuranesian's *knéʔ-n meaning “black”, referring to the fertile jungle soils of the Southern regions of Cananganam, though some dispute it to refer to the peoples’ darker complexion than those further north, however, this meaning has less bearing as the Cananganamese refer to themselves as Emiđ, itself an entirely different root.
Cananganam was originally settled by hunter-gatherer peoples during the early neolithic era, generally assumed to be the Mbangke and Hisirudic peoples. However, around 1500 BC, the Cananganamese had settled along the coast, driving the natives inland. The first records of the Cananganam Kingdoms appear some time between the 480s and the 490s with the mentioning of Cananganam in Dhweric writings.
The time of first records of writing in Nagu occur sometime in the 600s when Cananganamese traders and priests, adopting the early Dulic Script, created their own to suit their own linguistic and logistical needs. This adaptation allowed the Cananganamese sailors to better travel and to pass knowledge of trade routes to others. This innovation brought Cananganamese sailors further into the Asura Ocean, bringing both their script and localized varieties of Musa cultivars.
Benefitting from their widespread trade from Lahan to the West, Atsiq to the North, Boroso's Western coasts, and as far east as Mbamigi, their nation saw a rise in the arts and standardized religion. Devotionism soon found its way into the region under the Bavkir pirates whom became local nobility in the Muddhuny kingdom.
Turmoil in Hisirudic Territories
The 1980 Genocide
Ceasefire of 2001
Cananganam originally was based on a jewelry industry after its industrialization, however, due to poor environmental regulations concerning its river outlets, the oysters of which the Cananganamese economy had relied greatly upon had simply gone extinct over a period of fifty years. The economy, having to compete with that of Dhwer and Lhavres, simply could not catch up to them in terms of production and any factories that had existed in Cananganam had simply relocated to those nations leaving Cananganam with little more than an agriculture-based economy which exists still to this day.