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America: Unida y Dividida is an alternated history of the Americas. It starts in the late 18th century with the independence of the United States of America.




1500-1700: Colonization period of Spanish, French, British.

North America

1754-1759: 7 Year's war: The French's North America territories is lost to British

1776-1783: United States War of Independence starts. The 13 colonies, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia rebel against the British. Initial victories in 1775-1776 gain some supports for the rebels, but only until 1778 do they get the supports from France. In 1781 they win the battle of Yorktown, and the peace treaty of 1783 gives them more land to the west.

1802: United States purchased two-thirds of Louisiana and expanded its lands.

1812-1814: Start of War of 1812, U.S. tries to conquer Canada, following Thomas Jefferson's expansionist policies. There were many setbacks initially but by 1814 they secured much of southern Ontario.

1843-1845: Texas begins an independence war in the same time as Yucatan and is only totally free in 1845.

1845-1846: California declares independence from Mexico and begins a nine-month war to secure it.

1847: United States troops under command of George Custertry and conquer Texas but Custer is defeated and killed in his last stand. 1848: Anti-US sentiment grows in California due to botched US attempts to illegal annex it.

Central America and Caribbean

1804: Haiti becomes independent from France

1809: Haitian rebels support independists in Spanish Hispaniola but are not successful

1810-1816:The Mexican war of independence occurs. In 1816 Mexico signed the accord with Spain recognising its independence. Most of Central america is supportive of Spain and fights against Mexico.

1818: Rebels in Guatemala show anti-Spain sympathies and get help of Mexico.

1819: Mexican general Agustin de Iturbide conquers Guatemala. Spain begins heavy taxing of Central America to help fight its wars, people there get grumpy.

1820-1825: Honduras and Nicaragua gets independent as the Republic of Honduras (1820-1823). They impressively defeat Mexico at the Battle of Chichicastenango (November 1822) and control of Guatemala. The exclaimed the creation of the Federal Republic of Central America in 1823. With militaristic Francisco Morazan  in power they free Costa Rica and El Salvador. They get British support to fight Spain but have to recognize their control of British Honduras and Mosquito Coast.


1842-1843: Yucatan involves in a war of independence against Mexico. Yucatan becomes independence but not recognized by Mexico.

1844: Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna is again named president of Mexico and reconquers Yucatan.

1845: Central America fights Mexico in the First Yucatan War and re establishes Yucatan (second republic).

1846-1848: Central America preemptively conquers Yucatan, this starts the Second Yucatan War. Santa Anna is badly defeated at the Battle of Dos Puentes (1848) and is forced to concede Central American control of Yucatan.

1853-1855: Nicaragua leaves Central America to form independent country. A bloody war is fought but Nicaragua remains independent, but lost many territory.

South America

1810-1815: Latin American Wars of Independence begin. Simon Bolivar is named commandant of forces in Nueva Granada. Bernardo O'Higgins is controlled of forces in the south of America. Initial battles go terrible for Bolivar, at the Battle of Santiago (1811) and Battle of Caracas (1812) he lost half his forces and is nearly captured by Royalists. He retreated to western Colombia and regrouped. In 1813 he did better and slowly moved east. After conquering Venezuela (1814) he went south to relieve Ecuador and defeat some rebels in Nariño. Ecuador was firm in his control in 1815 and he planned next on invading Peru. There was a Royalist invasion in Panama which hindered his plans on Peru and left an open stage for O'Higgins. He succeeded in combining the United Provinces of South America inside one country from 1811-1814, called Rosario. The Chilean territory was also included (1815) and he marched north to Peru. There were many difficulties but he advanced.

1815-1820: In 1816 Bolivar saved Panama and continued into Peru. In September 2, 1816 there was a famous meeting at Marañón River, where Bolivar and O'Higgins arrived across each other on the both sides of the river, and by boats went to the middle and shook hands. In July 1817 he became the leader of Nueva Granada, which briefly controlled peru. In 1819 Peru left Nueva Granada and Bolivia left United Provinces, they created the Republic of Gran Peru.

1822: The start of the Rosario-Peruvian War. Peru attacks initially in lighting warn pattern. Rosario is defeated in six weeks and losed part of north Chile.