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Mentioned-only faction
HeadquartersGrand Canyon
Notable LocationsGrand Canyon
Relations and associations
Related EntitiesKaibabs

The Fredonians were a tribe which were once based in the Grand Canyon. Fredonians most likely draw their name from Fredonia, Arizona, a small town known as the gateway to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.


At war with the Blackfoot Tribe, the Fredonians were the 3rd tribe to surrender to Caesar's Legion and be assimilated into their ranks.[1]

Behind the scenes

  • The Marx brothers 1933 film Duck Soup is set in the fictional country of Freedonia, whose citizens are referred to as "Freedonians".
  • Freedonia was also temporarily used as a demonym for citizens of the United States of America shortly after the American Revolution.


The Fredonians are mentioned only in Fallout: New Vegas.


  1. The Courier: "What happened to the tribes?"
    Caesar: "The Kaibabs joined me, and the Fredonians after that - all the pissant tribes, with names that should be forgotten. I knew from the start I'd need to eradicate this plague of tribal identities, replacing them with a monolithic culture, a uniform identity. So that's what I did, once my confederation of tribes was large enough. I crowned myself Caesar and created a single Great Tribe - my Legion. I sent Calhoun, the Follower captured with me, back West with a message that I should not be interfered with. Joshua Graham, the Mormon interpreter, stayed with me and served as my first Legatus."
    (Caesar's dialogue)