A Northerner who sympathized with the South in the Civil War was known as a Copperhead.
The South fired the first shot in the American Civil War.
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Yes, a Yankee soldier and a union soldier fought on the same side in the American Civil War (1861-65). The term "Yankee" was used by southerners to denote someone from the north, or the union. In this case, "Union" and "Yankee" mean the same thing. Nobody knows why the South ever came up with that term, though.
The soldiers who fought for the South, in the American Civil War were called, "rebels."
The north of America and the south...
The American Civil War!
The Confederates (South)
he was afraid of upsetting white democratic voters in the south, an important segment of his supporters.
In the South American Indians took in the Civil War. This was the 1st time in history.
The north and the south. The north was against slavery, and the south was for it.
In the American civil war, yes.
Because the south gave up.
guns and weapons.
Dixieland or Dixie
By the South, I assume you are referring to the American Civil War. The South was trying to get support from Europe (such as the UK for example) to aid them in the war. However, Europe never got involved in the American Civil War.
Democrats/ The south
The South started the war by attacking Fort Sumter.
Fort Sumter,South Carolina
the north and south. north was called the union and the south was called the confederacy
Cotton was "king" at the time of the American Civil War.
No, victory to the American Civil War was conceded to the Union (also known as the North).