Confederacy Chiefs were elected by the women in the clans and could be impeached.
AnswerThe Iroquois women had alot of power over the Government and Iroquois Confederacy.
the women of the Confederacy
they had their own confederacy. And the women and men had equal power.
united daughters of confederacy
They aren't really alike but, there is one thing : They both can't vote.
because the were the most respected people in the clans
since the confederacy was the south. the confederacy was opposed by the north
Who opposed the Confederacy?The Union opposed the Confederacy in the Civil War. The Union was the North and the Confederacy was the South.
Women were responsible for selecting the chief for the confederacy. Also when a marriage has passed they must move into a long house.
When operation Anaconda started working and it became more and more difficult for the Confederacy to obtain war materiel from England, the Confederacy discovered its own resources. The Confederacy started building its own factories, steel mills, ironclads, guns, etc. While their menfolk fought, the women ran the farms and worked in the factories. Lincoln and his generals realized that for the Union to win, it would be necessary to use total war. Not only would the Union need to destroy the factories and transportation system of the Confederacy, but the women would also need to have a reason to stop supporting the war effort. The women wound need a reason to stop building and working in factories to support the war.
The Confederacy. The capital of the Confederacy was Richmond, Virginia.
They're bound to, in some degree, because the Confederacy was all about white supremacy. However, they have admitted some black women who can prove that they're descended from people who were loyal to the cause.
The Confederacy lost the United States Civil War.The states formed a confederacy. We joined the confederacy.
the Iroquois confederacy
It was confederacy
the confederacy was the south
The union opposed to the confederacy.
Illinois was never part of the Confederacy. Georgia was part of the Confederacy.