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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 Drakeborough on the hill where Scrooge McDuck's Money Bin now stands, and a small colony had developed there, only to die down years before Coot's arrival). For a long time, it was only a small farming village, until the arrival of businessman Scrooge McDuck made it into a large industrial megapolis.
Duckburg maintains a traditional rivalry with the neighboring city Goosetown. In addition, they are rivals in the sport of American Football with the town of Dogdale.
Duckburg has a professional American Football team, the Duckburg Dodgers. Not much is known about Duckburg Dodgers games except that, during one fall game, Scrooge McDuck promoted himself to team captain and implemented rules that he used before football was a professional sport. This resulted in the team defeating rival team the Dogdale Barkers, but since Scrooge's rules were not in the rulebook, the team was disqualified. However, the Dogdale Barkers had also been cheating, and so the game ended in a tie. Duckburg also has two professional baseball teams, the Duckburg Mallards and the Calisota Stealers. Duckburg also has a Cube team.
Duckburg is known to name its streets and other locations after famous Duckburgians. There is a park named after General Bleakbeak, a public library named after Myopia Von Duck, a drive named after Hopalong Duck, a drive named after Dodo Drake, and a street named after Chuck Duck as well as an alley named after Upsy Duck and an uphill street named after Donald Duck. There is also a park featuring statues of famous Duckburg personas, such as the longtime mailman Mailman Mike.
Elvira Duck's Farm
Elvira Duck's farm is five miles from the main city of Duckburg.
The Cathedral of Notre Duck
The cathedral of Notre Duck is a large cathedral in Duckburg containing a wishing fountain and a replica of itself built by a fellow who looks exactly like Scrooge wearing a phantom suit.
Behind the scenes
The name of 'Duckburg' was first used in Carl Barks's 1944 story High-wire Daredevils.