Republic of Texas
Flag of Texas


Other Cities


Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and El Paso

Language(s) English (de facto), Spanish, and French



Rick Perry (2008 -

David Dewhurst (2008 -

- Independence from Mexico March 2, 1836
- Annexation by the United States of America December 29, 1845
- Independence from the Confederate States of America January 24, 1864
Area 268, 581 sq mile
- 2011 est: 25,674,681
Currency Texan Dollar

NATO , United Nations

The Republic of Texas is a sovereign nation located in North America, and is bordered by the CSA to east, west and north, and the Republic of Rio Grande and Mexico to the south. The Republic of Texas is one of the most technological countries in the world, and maintains the third most powerful army in North America, the first being the US, and the second being the CSA. The current president of the Republic of Texas is Rick Perry, who currently is running for 2012 Election.



Chimney park sunset

Rio Grande Valley

Continental, Mountain and Modified Marine are the three major climactic types of Texas, with no distinguishable boundaries. Modified Marine, or subtropical, dominates the majority of the state. Much of Texas is desert or prairie in the north, south, and west, and is lush with forest and swamps to the west. Cacti are the dominant plant spieces in western Texas, while pines and oaks are dominant in the east. Coyotes, cougars, rattlesnakes, buffalo, deer, and other desert and prairie animals inhabit Texas, and an occasional buffalo herd enters Houston or Austin. With enormous natural resources, Texas is a major agricultural and industrial country. It leads all other countries, minus Canada, in such categories as oil, cattle, sheep, and cotton. Texas also produces poultry, eggs, dairy products, greenhouse and nursery products, wheat, hay, rice, sugar cane, and peanuts, and a range of fruits and vegetables.