The Constitution of the Dominion of British West Florida is available as a PDF file. The Constitution is the Basic Law of the Dominion. Each of the Named Domains also have local laws, to meet their own local needs.
As a Dominion Realm in the British Commonwealth, we, along with the other Realms, share the British Monarch. The rich history of the Monarchy is symbolized by the Crown Jewels. Each of the items has an interesting history, and together than represent the Unity of the Commonwealth, and the Continuity of the Government. The Coronation Regalia of England can be seen here
The Flag of the Dominion of British West Florida is the Red Ensign Flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain "defaced' with the White Star of the Republic of West Florida. The Union Jack and the Single Star also represent the complementary concepts of Solidarity and Individual Achievement. The Modernist Movement to replace the United Kingdom of Great Britain's Ensign with that of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland has met with stiff opposition in the House of Lords.
The British Commonwealth has grown from a small gathering of Dominions to a vast Union of Dominions, Realms, Tearitories, and Republics.
The top half of this images is from a picture that was taken in 1957, the lower part of the image is from the year 2000. The 1957 picture includes only the Heads of the various former Colonies. The lower image includes the Soveriegn, as Head of the Commonwealth. Other memebers of the Royal Family are also present.
The Dominion of British West Florida will soon take its rightful place at these gatherings.
The High Commissioner to the United Kingdom presents the State Presents to her Majesty, the Queen at the Court of Madam Toussaud's as Her Ministers refused us again at the Court of St. James.
A line drawing of the Presidio Isla de Santa Rosa, one of three fortified frontier settlements built by the Spanish near what is now our Capitol of Pensacola.
The Republic of West Florida has its own museum, located in Jackson, just north-east of Baton Rouge, in East Feliciana Parish. This herse is just one of the many exhibits.
Pictures taken by the Lady Amaretta, Baroness of Orleans, in and Around Pass Christian during her mid-December 2005 relief effort.
Images from the Parliament meeting of 12 July 2006
Her Majesty's State Visit to the "Old Dominion", May 2007: