Indigenous American Empire, an empire that was the start of a series of wars, and numerous invasions.
Rise of HuroniaEdit
The establishment of the Huron Republic.
The Comanche EmpireEdit
The collapse of the Mexican Empire brought on a new threat called the Comanches. Confronted with Spanish, Mexican, and American outposts on their periphery in New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico, they worked to increase their own safety, prosperity and power. The Comanches used their military power to obtain supplies and labor from the Americans, Mexicans, and Indians through thievery, tribute, and kidnappings. Although powered by violence, the Comanche empire was primarily an economic construction, rooted in an extensive commercial network that facilitated long-distance trade. Dealing with subordinate Indians, the Comanche spread their language and culture across the region. Their empire flourished when their villages took control of trade routes. At that time Texas became a republic and the United State was expanding throughout the west.