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Antilles Outline[edit source]

  • United Commonwealth government only represents the Faithful Nine. In the North, the Federalist Party is composed of both former Democrats and Republicans. The Federalists support the corporatocracy.
    • In 1910-1911, workers' councils begin to spring up across the country as the ideals of Isaiah Landon bring about a socialist fervor across the country.
    • The Federalist Party begins to split apart in 1915, with Federalists in Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana and Pennsylvania declaring opposition to the Chicago government.
    • As Continentalism spreads across the North and the South, several center-right and liberal parties from the various groups align together to form the North American Alliance for Liberty and Freedom (NAALF) in 1916.
    • In 1917 after the fall of Mississippi, Alabama and Georiga to black sharecroppers the NAALF quickly turned to white supremacy, and began devising a plan to relocate the various white refugees to the Hispaniola in a plan known as Operation Great Expedition. **Operations to relocate whites from the South began in January 1918.
      • Internal communiques between the various states begin to establish routes for fleeing civilians, landowners, industrialists and political opponents to the Continentalists. Whites within the Faithful Nine utilize massive barges as transport to New Orleans.
      • Nearly 110,000 civilians escape from the Faithful Nine. In the South nearly 350,000 civilians and soldiers are evacuated from ports in Florida.
      • Seamus Callahan leads a coup in Chicago, leading to increased departures from the the Faithful Nine, an additional 90,000 civilians depart for the Antilles.
    • New Orleans and various ports in Carolina and Virginia are captured by the UCCS, civilian evacuations decrease significantly.
    • Whites in Florida begin to evacuate in mass from the ports of Jacksonville, Tampa and Miami in 1920, only to capitulate the same year. Nearly 120,000 escape to the Antilles.

Situation of white settlers arriving in the Antilles.[edit source]

  • Representatives from the various parties comprising of the NAALF arrive in the Antilles in 1917. The fourteen men from the various republics who conduct the survey of the land are as follows;
    • Eustice Brown (Virginia), President of Forman-Brown Coal Company
    • Tommy Lee Wilson (Pennsylvania), President of United Commonwealth Steel
    • Dale Williamson (Georgia), Secretary of the Army for Georiga
    • Raymond Davis (Mississippi), Landowner, Chairman of the Mississippi Democratic Party.
    • Sam Barrett (Florida), President of First National Bank of the South
    • Jacob Wood (Alabama), Landowner
    • Luke Lloyd (Kentucky), Deputy Chairman of the Kentucky Democratic-Federalist Party
    • Davion Bryant (New Jersey), Chairman of the New Jersey Republican-Federalist Party
    • Marcel Singleton (Missouri), Landowner
    • Lonnie Fitzgerald (Carolina), Landowner
    • Verne Royce (Carolina), Landowner
    • Clint White (Arkansas), Landowner
    • Virgil Lee (Virginia), Landowner
    • Samuel Forrest (Kentucky), Chairman of the Kentucky Democratic-Federalist Party