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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

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7th FCN RP: Southwest Military

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

    1st AR Cavalry Regiment - 1,000
    2nd AR Cavalry Regiment - 1,000
    Hindman's 1st AR Infantry Regiment - 1,000
    2nd AR Infantry Regiment - 1,000
    Cleburne's 3rd AR Infantry Regiment - 1,000
    4th AR Infantry Regiment - 1,000
    Rust's 5th AR Infantry Regiment - 1,000

Texas - 8,000

    Terry's Rangers - 2,000 (1st and 3rd TX Cavalry)
    2nd TX Cavalry Regiment - 1,000
    4th TX Cavalry Regiment - 1,000
    Texas Brigade - 3,000 (1st and 2nd TX Infantry, 5th TX Cavalry)
    3rd TX Infantry Regiment - 1,000

Indian Territory - 1,000

    Douglas Cooper's Choctaw-Chickasaw Mounted Rifles - 1,000

Arizona - 150 (Frazer's Arizona Rangers)
Southern Missouri - 4,000

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

Work in progress. Suggested military sizes for June 1861, end of year 1861, and 4-year max recruitment.

Region

States

US Manpower

CS Manpower

1861 US

1861 CS

June US

June CS

Southwest

AR

6,600

82,500

1,500

21,000

500

7,000

Southwest

TX

2,100

105,750

200

26,000

80

8,000

Southwest

Indian Territory (Cherokee)

300

2,850

100

800

0

400

Southwest

Indian Territory (Keetoowah)

950

50

250

50

60

0

Southwest

Indian Territory (Upper Creek)

675

140

400

60

200

20

Southwest

Indian Territory (Lower Creek)

70

1,380

70

440

40

100

Southwest

Indian Territory (Choctaw)

170

3,370

30

1,10

0

600

Southwest

Indian Territory (Chickasaw)

40

780

10

400

0

300

Southwest

Indian Territory (Seminole)

200

480

150

160

100

40

Southwest

Indian Territory (other tribes)

280

80

160

40

40

10

Southwest

Indian Territory (white)

30

530

20

160

0

50

Southwest

Confederate Arizona

350

950

100

400

30

150

Southwest

Southern MO

28,400

51,120

5,500

13,000

1,500

4,000

Southern

States

40,150

249,160

8,100

62,900

2,510

20,150

Region

States

US Manpower

CS Manpower

1861 US

1861 CS

June US

June CS

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