The Treaty of Little Rock officially ended the Texan Civil War and the American Civil War, which are often remembered as the American Civil Wars.

Terms of the Treaty

The Treaty was outlined the following terms:

  • The Free State of Texas and the Confederate States of America will both stop their revolt and will join their original governments.
  • Slavery is banned in both the Republic of Texas and the United States of America, and in all revolting territories.
  • Harsh laws on the revolting territories cannot be placed. However, Texas and America are free to choose how to bring back these territories into their nations.
  • Any form of financial punishment cannot be placed on the revolting territories, except for taxes.

The Treaty was signed by both sides on December 7th, 1862.