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'''Duckburg''' is a city in [[Calisota]]. It is the home of [[Scrooge McDuck|Scrooge]], [[Donald Duck|Donald]], and most of the main characters.
 
'''Duckburg''' is a city in [[Calisota]]. It is the home of [[Scrooge McDuck|Scrooge]], [[Donald Duck|Donald]], and most of the main characters.
 
==History==
 
==History==
Duckburg was founded by pioneer [[Cornelius Coot]], although there had been settlements there long before his arrival (most notably, [[Sir Francis Drake]] had built [[Fort Drakeborough]] on the [[Killmotor Hill|hill]] where [[Scrooge McDuck]]'s [[Money Bin]] now stands). For a long time, it was only a small farming village, until the arrival of businessman [[Scrooge McDuck]] made it into a large industrial city.
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Duckburg was founded by pioneer [[Cornelius Coot]], although there had been settlements there long before his arrival (most notably, [[Sir Francis Drake]] had built [[Fort Duckburg|Fort Drakeborough]] on the [[Killmotor Hill|hill]] where [[Scrooge McDuck]]'s [[Money Bin]] now stands). For a long time, it was only a small farming village, until the arrival of businessman [[Scrooge McDuck]] made it into a large industrial city.
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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
*The name of 'Duckburg' was first used in [[Carl Barks]]'s 1944 story ''High-wire Daredevils''.
 
*The name of 'Duckburg' was first used in [[Carl Barks]]'s 1944 story ''High-wire Daredevils''.

Revision as of 21:34, October 29, 2016

Duckburg is a city in Calisota. It is the home of Scrooge, Donald, and most of the main characters.

History

Duckburg was founded by pioneer Cornelius Coot, although there had been settlements there long before his arrival (most notably, Sir Francis Drake had built Fort Drakeborough on the hill where Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin now stands). For a long time, it was only a small farming village, until the arrival of businessman Scrooge McDuck made it into a large industrial city.

Behind the scenes

  • The name of 'Duckburg' was first used in Carl Barks's 1944 story High-wire Daredevils.
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