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None, it was officially only these eleven states which seceded from the Union:

South Carolina

Mississippi

Alabama

Florida

Georgia

Louisiana

Texas

Virginia

Arkansas

Tennessee

North Carolina

However, the Confederacy claimed other territories such as New Mexico, and tried to annex several non-seceding states such as Kentucky, Missouri and even the then-newly formed West Virginia. These were areas in heavy dispute through much of the war.

Kentucky and Missouri account for the extra 2 of the 13 stars optimistically placed on the Confederate flag, but neither state actually passed an ordinance of secession.

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