idk...eh - they did secede. Here - this is from a worksheet: "Slavery was legal in Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri, but these states did not secede before the Civil War."
What were the states that bordered the confederate states that did not secede and join the Confederacy?
Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, west Virginia and Missouri
Which states did not secede from the union?
The states that DID NOT secede from the Union was Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri. These four states did not secede from the Union because They were Border states, meaning they were between the Union and the Confederacy. ...
What does Kentucky Delaware Maryland and Missouri have in common?
In the time of the Civil War, they were known as Border States. They had also decided to stay loyal to the Union, and did not secede. ...
What Four States Failed to secede during the Civil War but kept slavery?
Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky and Missouri. However, Missouri and Kentucky Confederates issued secession documents and sent representatives to the Confederate Congress. Maryland was prevented from seceding by the Union government. ...
What Union slave states bordered Southern states that seceded in 1861?
Maryland, Delaware, Missouri, and Kentucky were "border states". These were slave states that did not secede from the Union? ...
What two northern states that were slave states but did not secede?
Maryland and Delaware. There were also Kentucky and Missouri, that we might classify as Northern, as they fought for the Union (the North) in the war. ...
What were the 4 border states?
Missouri, Kentucky, Delaware, and Maryland were the four border states during the American Civil War. These were states that had the institution of slavery, but did not secede from the Union. ...
What was the name for the slave states that remained in the Union?
Weat Virginia Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky were five slave states that did not secede the Union, and the were were called border states. ...