July 2nd 1863: Confederates capture Little Round Top enfilading the Union position. July 3rd 1863: Supported by artillery form Little Round Top Pickett's charge succeeds. Union army routed. August 1863: After a brief siege Washington capitulates. Lincoln captured trying to flee dressed as a woman of unfortunate repute. Lee accepts an Armistice. December 1863: Treaty of Gettysburg recognises the independence of the CSA. The Confederate Congress passes the 1st Amendment enshrining "Slavery as the distinctive and perculiar institution of the Southern Republic in perpetuity." 1863-73: The Golden Age of the South. Cotton production quadruples. Gold discovered at Chancellorsville Virginia. Southern prosperity becomes the envy of the world. 1875: Abraham Lincoln, reading a pro-slavery polemic, "Why Blacks like Flogging" mutters, "What have I done?" and orders his black servant, Rastas, to blow his brains out. 1878: Slaves freed by the northern armies and their descendents become envious of the standard of living in the South. They march across the Mason/Dixon line in chains demanding to be re-enslaved. After much deliberation their pleas are accepted by the Southern President Stonewall Lee II amidst wild rejoicing. 1880: West African tribal chieftains, envious of the South's prosperity, being agitating for the reopening of the transatlantic slave trade. 1882: Under pressure of loss of cotton and gold supplies the British Parliament agrees to this demand. Tens of thousands of Africans cluster on the coast of Africa forging their own chains and calling for slave ships to take them across the Atlantic. Confederate slavers arrive to scenes of unparallelled elation. Thousands willingly chain themselves into the ships and roll around in their own excrement in gratitude to their new masters. 1885: "The Psuedo-Negro Revolt" in the North sees thousands of white northerners emigrate south, paint themselves black, put on chains and demand to taken into service. They are put to work in the cotton fields. Overseers are told not to spare the lash. 1890: The Northern States formally apologise for the Civil War and petition for admittance to the CSA. 1891: The Act of Reunion is passed and the Civil War era slides into history. "Way Down Upon the Swanee River" becomes the new national anthem.