They were called Rebels during the Civil War
Cotton was often called the King of the South during the Civil War.
Yes, during the civil war the soldiers from the south were called Rebels.
they were called Yankees
They were called 'Johnny Rebs'
no, the south of America was called the united confederate states of America.
The South was called the Confederate States of America.
during the civil war northerns who wanted to make peace with south at any cost were called copperheads
was the key general of the south during the civil war
Another name for the South during the Civil War was the confederacy
The Confederate States of America
They were called Rebels.
The North, or Union as they were also called, were called Blue Bellies by the South
The soldiers who fought for the South, in the American Civil War were called, "rebels."
The North was called the Union; the South was called the Confederacy.
During the Civil War the South's formal army was called the Confederate States Army. It was active from 1861 until 1865.
The greatest resource was cotton. During the civil war, the South traded cotton for guns and other supplies. The South also withheld cotton shipments to Britain for foreign support in the Civil War. This was called the Cotton Diplomacy.
I don't believe England helped the South during the Civil War.
They were called the confederate army or rebels
Mason Dixon line
The Confederate States of America.
Northerners who went south after the civil war were called "carpetbaggers" or "scalawags".
The south was the confederate