Confederate States

Confederate States
The eleven southern states which seceded from the Union in 1860 and 1861 and formed the Confederate States of America.

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  • Confederate States — noun the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861 • Syn: ↑Confederacy, ↑Confederate States of America, ↑South, ↑Dixie, ↑Dixieland • Instance Hypernyms: ↑geographical area, ↑geographic area, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Confederate States — (also the Confederacy) the 11 southern states that left the US in 1861 to form a new nation. This caused the American Civil War. The President of the Confederate States was Jefferson Davis and their capital city was first Montgomery, Alabama, and …   Universalium

  • Confederate States Army — Seal of the Confederate States of America Active 1861–1865 …   Wikipedia

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  • Confederate States of America dollar — Front of Confederate notes (back unprinted) …   Wikipedia

  • Confederate States Lighthouse Bureau — Agency overview Formed March 6, 1861 Preceding agencies United States Lighthouse Board (etc.) Dissolved 1865 Superseding agency United States Lighthouse Board Jurisdiction Lighthouses and N …   Wikipedia

  • Confederate States Department of the Navy — Seal of the Department of the Navy of the Confederate States of America Agency overview Formed February 21, 1861 Dis …   Wikipedia

  • Confederate States of America — (CSA) Konföderierte Staaten von Amerika …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Confederate States of America — This article is about the historical state. For the 2004 mockumentary, see C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America. Confederate States of America Unrecognized state[1][2] …   Wikipedia

  • Confederate States Navy — Navy Department Seal The Confederate States Navy (CSN) was the naval branch of the Confederate States armed forces established by an act of the Confederate Congress on February 21, 1861. It was responsible for Confederate naval operations during… …   Wikipedia

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