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No- the South seceeded from the North, which was a cause of the Civil War

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Yes, North Carolina was one of the sates that seceded. North Carolina seceded during the Civil War on the date of May 20, 1861. It was the 11th state to secede from the Union.


The "North," also known as the "Union," was made up of the states that did not secede. It remained under the control of congress and the president.


The counties of West Virginia we're able to secede from Virginia because they had the Armed backing of the North during the American Civil War


The North during the Civil War area did not think the South should secede however did nothing to prevent it.


Yes - or strictly just before war broke out.



During the Civil War, the Confederacy tried to secede from the Union.


There were 20 million in the north during the civil war


The education during the civil war in the north was education.


There were four states that did not declare secession during the American Civil War. These states are Missouri, Kentucky, Delaware, and Maryland. The Civil War took place from 1861 to 1865.


Over the issue of slavery and states rights.


The Union established that states do not have the right to secede from the Union.


Montana can vote to secede from the Union. However, similar to the Southern States attempts to secede during the Civil War, the Federal government would not allow it to occur.


Zebulon Vance served as North Carolina's governor during the Civil War.


The three principle products of the North during the Civil War were, textiles, lumber, and clothing.


The Union was another name for the United States of America. In this instance, you mean the states that did not secede during the American Civil War. Some people would refer to them as the North. They were also the states whose populations' majority went against slavery.



The North controlled most of the railroads during the Civil War.


The main advantage of the North during the US Civil War was the number of soldiers in the army.


They fought to keep the Union together (not let the South secede)


The north. The north had more factories to make weapons. The north also won the Civil War.


Because of the Civil War in the North, income tax was invented.


Borders do not secede but states do. Kentucky, Maryland and Missouri were border states that did not secede in the union.


Tennessee seceded from the United States on June 6, 1861.


The Southern States seceded from 1860-1865, during the course of the Civil War.



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