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The Ancient Baptist Republic of New Waldensia

“Lux lucet in tenebris”

Category: Inoffensive Centrist Democracy
Civil Rights:
Good
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Enforcer

Location: Republic of Conservative Nations

OverviewFactbookDispatchesPoliciesPeopleGovernmentEconomyRankTrendCards

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FCN RP (A Nation Divides): Southwest overview

Region

States

Free

Slave

4-yr max Army [free] Yank

4-yr max Army [free] Reb

Southwest

AR

330,000

110,000

2%

25%

Southwest

TX

423,000

182,000

2%

25%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Cherokee)

15,000

2,300

2%

19%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Keetowah Cherokee band)

5,000

200

19%

1%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Choctaw)

17,700

2,300

1%

19%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Lower Creek)

6,900

900

1%

20%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Upper Creek)

4,500

600

15%

3%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Chickasaw)

4,100

900

1%

19%

Southwest

Indian Territory (Seminole)

4,000

0

5%

12%

Southwest

Indian Territory (other tribes)

4,000

200

7%

2%

Southwest

Indian Territory (white)

2,800

500

1%

19%

Southwest

Confederate Arizona

18,465

35

4%

7%

Southwest

MO

1,107,465

374,035

10%

18%

Indian Territory
Cherokee: pro-Confederate chief Stand Watie; pro-Union Principal Chief John Ross
Keetoowah Cherokee band: pro-Union leader Lewis Downing
Choctaw: pro-Confederate chiefs George Hudson, Tandy Walker
Lower Creek: pro-Confederate chief Samuel Checote
Upper Creek: pro-Union chief Opothleyahola
Chickasaw: pro-Confederate Gov. Cyrus Harris
Seminole: pro-Confederdate chief John Jumper; pro-Union chief Halleck Tustenuggee

State Governors
Arkansas: Henry Rector
Confederate Arizona: Lewis Owings
Missouri: Claiborne Jackson
Texas: Edward Clark

Officers
Arkansas: Thomas Hindman, Patrick Cleburne, Albert Rust,
Texas: William Steele, John Wharton, John B. Hood, J.B. Robertson, Benjamin McCulloch
Indian Territory

    Cherokee: Stand Watie, John Drew
    Creek: Daniel McIntosh (1st Creek), Chilly McIntosh (2nd Creek)
    Choctaw: Tandy Walker, Jackson McCurtain
    Chickasaw:
    Seminole:
    Non-Indian: Douglas Cooper

Arizona: George Frazer, Sherod Hunter

Southern Army by June '61:
Arkansas - 7,000
Texas - 8,000
Indian Territory - 1,000
Arizona - 150
Southern Missouri - 4,000

Northern Army by June '61
Arkansas - 500
Texas - 80
Indian Territory - 400
Arizona - 30
Southern Missouri - 1,500

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