Confederate States o Americae

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Confederate States of America

1861–1865
Banner o Confederate States of America
Banner (1861–1863)
Great Seal (1863–1865) o Confederate States of America
Great Seal (1863–1865)
Motto: Deo vindice  (Script error: The function "name_from_code" does not exist.)
"Unner God, oor Vindicator"
Anthem
The Confederate States in 1862. Licht green denotes claims made bi the Confederacy. Medium green denotes wastren coonties o Virginie that separatit frae that State an war admittit tae the Union as Wast Virginie. Teal denotes the rest o the Indian Territory that did nae sign a treaty wi the CSA.
The Confederate States in 1862. Licht green denotes claims made bi the Confederacy. Medium green denotes wastren coonties o Virginie that separatit frae that State an war admittit tae the Union as Wast Virginie. Teal denotes the rest o the Indian Territory that did nae sign a treaty wi the CSA.
StatusUnrecognised state[1]
Caipital
Common leidsInglis (de facto)
GovrenmentFederal/Confederal presidential non-pairtisan republic
Preses 
• 1861–65
Jefferson Davis
Vice Preses 
• 1861–65
Alexander Stephens
LegislaturCongress
Senate
Hoose o Representatives
Historical eraAmerican Ceevil War
Internaitional relations o the Great Pouers (1814–1919)
• Confederacy formed
Februar 4 1861
Mairch 11, 1861
Aprile 12, 1861
Mey 18, 1863
Aprile 9, 1865
• Dissolution
Mey 5, 1865
Aurie
186011,995,392 km2 (770,425 sq mi)
Population
• 18601
9103332
• Slaves2
3521110
Currency
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Sooth Carolina
Mississippi
Florida
Alabama
Georgie
Louisiana
Texas
Virginie
Arkansas
North Carolina
Tennessee
Unitit States
The day pairt o Unitit States

The Confederate States o Americae (CSA or C.S.), commonly referred tae as the Confederacy, wis a confederation o secessionist American states existin frae 1861 tae 1865. It wis oreeginally formed bi seiven slave states in the Lawer Sooth region o the Unitit States whase regional economy wis maistly dependent upon agricultur, pairteecularly cotton, an a plantation seestem that relied upon the labor o African-American slaves.[2]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Preventing Diplomatic Recognition of the Confederacy, 1861–1865". U.S. Department of State. Archived frae the original on 28 August 2013. Retrieved 14 Mairch 2016.
  2. "Industry and Economy during the Civil War". National Park Service.