My belief is primarily based on two facts.
Four additional slave-holding states — VirginiaArkansasTennesseeand North Carolina — declared their secession and joined the Confederacy following a call by U. President Abraham Lincoln for troops from each state to recapture Sumter and other seized federal properties in the South. The antebellum state governments in both maintained their representation in the Union.
Efforts by certain factions in Maryland to secede were halted by federal imposition of martial law ; Delawarethough of divided loyalty, did not attempt it.
A Unionist government was formed in opposition to the secessionist state government in Richmond and administered the western parts of Virginia that had been occupied by Federal troops.
The Restored Government later recognized the new state of West Virginiawhich was admitted to the Union during the war on June 20,and re-located to Alexandria for the rest of the war.
As Union forces moved southward, large numbers of plantation slaves were freed. Many joined the Union lines, enrolling in service as soldiers, teamsters and laborers. The most notable advance was Sherman's " March to the Sea " in late Much of the Confederacy's infrastructure was destroyed, including telegraphs, railroads and bridges.
Plantations in the path of Sherman's forces were severely damaged. Internal movement became increasingly difficult for Southerners, weakening the economy and limiting army mobility.
Public support for Confederate President Jefferson Davis 's administration eroded over time due to repeated military reverses, economic hardships, and allegations of autocratic government.
After four years of campaigning, Richmond was captured by Union forces in April A few days later General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Granteffectively signalling the collapse of the Confederacy.
President Davis was captured on May 10,and jailed in preparation for a treason trial that was ultimately never held.
It was formed by delegations from seven slave states of the Lower South that had proclaimed their secession from the Union. After the fighting began in April, four additional slave states seceded and were admitted.
Later, two slave states Missouri and Kentucky and two territories were given seats in the Confederate Congress. Southern Californiaalthough having some pro-Confederate sentiment, was never organized as a territory.
Many southern whites had considered themselves more Southern than American   and were prepared to fight for their state and their region to be independent of the larger nation.
That regionalism became a Southern nationalism, or the "Cause".
For the duration of its existence, the Confederacy underwent trial by war. This "Cause" supported, or descended from, cultural and financial dependence on the South's slavery-based economy. The convergence of race and slavery, politics, and economics raised almost all South-related policy questions to the status of moral questions over way of life, commingling love of things Southern and hatred of things Yankee the North.
Not only did national political parties split, but national churches and interstate families as well divided along sectional lines as the war approached.
Coski, The statesmen who led the secession movement were unashamed to explicitly cite the defense of slavery as their prime motive Acknowledging the centrality of slavery to the Confederacy is essential for understanding the Confederate.
Douglas and John Bell. All had residents who cast significant numbers of Unionist votes in either the legislature, conventions, popular referendums, or in all three. Voting to remain in the Union did not necessarily mean that individuals were northern sympathizers.
Once hostilities began, many of these who voted to remain in the Union, particularly in the Deep South, accepted the majority decision, and supported the Confederacy. Craven inthe Confederate States of America was created by secessionists in Southern slave states who believed that the federal government was making them second-class citizens and refused to honor their belief that slavery was beneficial to the Negro.
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