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There were 11 southern states during the Civil War. Some of the states were Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Louisiana.

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The name for the South during the Civil War was the Confederate States of America... Some call it Dixie.

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Was there free Slaves living freely during the Civil War?

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What were some of the Southern strategies in the Civil War?

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What were the generals name of the south during the civil war?

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How was the South rebuilt after it's destruction during the Civil War?

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What were some things both the north and south suffered from during the civil war?

They suffered from death and sickness.And lost family members

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Some will say states rights, but most will say to maintain the practice of slavery.

Information on the north against south civil war people?

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What were some of the advantages the north had?

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Why did some black people support southern and the confederacy during the civil war?

the south promised to free the African Amerians that fought in the war

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What were some differences of the north and south during the civil war?

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Do you mean did he visit? Yes, in some areas he did go to encampments of Union troops and visit battlefields.

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