|Texan Civil War|
|Republic of Texas||FST|
|111,500 Dead||134,000 Dead|
|Victors:||Republic of Texas|
The Texan Civil War was part of a larger amount of Civil Wars ravaging the North American Continent. Over 245,500 Texans died in the conflict, the third most bloodiest war in Texas.
The Events of the War
The First Battle of the War was the Battle of Reno. It was a victory for the Republic of Texas, and allowed for the invasion of FST occupied California. 4500 Government Forces died, and 5000 Rebel Militiamen died. Small skirmishes and battles were held around Reno, but the Republic didn't get farther than that as they were still raising a larger army. The next year the Republic invaded, thus starting the Califorian Campaign. California fell within three months. It was a major loss for the FST, because a large amount of potential soldiers lived there. Most of the Militia there died, with 19,000 of the 20,000 FST troops there dead. They managed to kill half of the 50,000 strong Republic armies. While this was happening, the FST got a 30,000 strong army ready and invaded El Paso. They took the town, with 15,000 dead, but managed to kill 12,000 Government Soldiers. Soon devastating news reached the Capital, San Antonio: Large amounts of gold were found in California, and large amounts of Europeans were moving to the Republic to join the army in exchange for land. In Texas, the Land for Work Program. The next year, over 300,000 soldiers were assembled by the Republic, and they had two armies of 150,000 each made from these recruits. The Armadillo Plan begun, which was one army took Abilene while the other took the Capital, San Antonio. They would move on and took Del Rio. The Plan was a success, and all three cities fell. Over 70,000 Government troops died, and over 95,000 rebels died. Soon negotiations began, and four months later the Treaty of Little Rock was made, effectively ending the FST.
The Effects of the Texan Civil War were that Slavery was ended in Texas. It also helped end the division of the nation between Abolitionists and Pro-Slavery groups and allowed for progress to finally be made. It also strengthened ties with the United States.