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since the confederacy was the south. the confederacy was opposed by the north

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What opposed the confederacy?

Who opposed the Confederacy?The Union opposed the Confederacy in the Civil War. The Union was the North and the Confederacy was the South.

Who opposed the Confederacy?

The union opposed to the confederacy.

Who During civil war who opposed the confederacy?

The union opposed confederacy.

What opposed the confederacy in the civil war?

The Union or Federal forces opposed the Confederacy.

What opposed the confederacy during the civil war?

the union opposed the confederacy in the civil war.

Who opposed union in the civil war?

The Confederacy....

What and who were copperheads?

copperheads were Northern supporters of the Confederacy

Did Abraham Lincoln become a supporter of the Confederacy?

No. He was opposed to the idea of any states separating from the Union.

Which general opposed each other at the Battle of Antietam?

Robert E. Lee (Confederacy) and George McClellan (Union) were the generals who opposed each other at the Battle of Antietam.

Why is the north army called the union army?

They fought for the United States (the Union) as opposed to the Confederate States (Confederacy.)

In the civil war what was Sam Houston's position on secession?

He opposed it and refused to take the oath to the Confederacy which cost him his job as the Texas Governor.

Was Sam Houston a secessionist?

Sam Houston was opposed to secession. When he refused to take an oath of loyalty to the Confederacy, he lost his position as Texas Governor.

Did Sam Houston want to join the Confederacy?

No, Sam Houston opposed secession of Texas from the Union and lost much popularity within Texas as a result.

Who were the peace democrats and what was their position on the civil war?

These members of the Democratic Party who were opposed to the war. They preferred a negotiated peace with the Confederacy. The are also known as 'copperheads'.

What two factors kept England from throwing its full support to the Confederacy?

Supporting the Confederacy would have led to outright war with the United States. It would have also caused labor issues, since the industrial workers sympathized with the slaves and were openly opposed to slavery, and some threatened to leave their jobs rather than support the slave holding Confederacy.

What issues did sam Houston face while being president?

The major issue was whether to secede and join the Confederacy. Houston opposed and lost his presidency over it.

In the American Civil War what groups fought?

In the American Civil War, the two opposed forces were the Union (also known as the North) and the Confederacy (also known as the South).

Is the South called the Confederacy?

For a time during the Civil War, the United States was no longer. It was divided into two countries with two primary governments: the Confederacy consisted of southern states that supported slavery; the Union was comprised of northern states that opposed it. Jefferson Davis was the President of The Confederacy; Abraham Lincoln the President of the Union. General Robert E. Lee's surrender ended the war and the government of the Confederacy. The states rejoined to become the United States of America again.

Was Virginia part of the union or the confederacy?

The Confederacy. The capital of the Confederacy was Richmond, Virginia.

How can you use the word confederacy in a sentence?

The Confederacy lost the United States Civil War.The states formed a confederacy. We joined the confederacy.

Who was the opposed Confederacy?

US President Lincoln regarded the Confederacy as a rebellion and an unconstitutional act by the elven Confederate states. Lincoln had strong overall support to end the rebellion up to the point where it now seemed only a long costly war would result. However, the answer is more complex. many Southerners were opposed to secession. Robert E. Lee is a prime example. He agreed to resign his US army commission to fight for his home state, Virginia. State loyalty was an important factor in why many otherwise no secessionist people in the South were opposed to a "Confederacy".

Was George pickett on the confederacy or union?


What confederacy did the oneida belong?

the Iroquois confederacy

Was Alabama part of a union or confederacy?

It was confederacy

Was Kansas part of the union or the confederacy?