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The area of southern Ohio, Indiana and Illinois that opposed an anti-slavery war

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The butternut region is a civil war term that refers to the areas of southern Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. These states were non-slaveholding, but mainly settled by people from the slaveholding south. So the population of this region was suspected to be sided with the south and oppose an anti slavery war.

They grew butternut squash in their garden. The butternut tree had many butternuts on it. The butternut tasted very good.

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No, butternut is a type of squash that is also a gourd.

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