Which of the slave states did not secede?

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Some of the slave states that did not succeed included Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, Missouri, and Delaware. These advocated slavery. Nevertheless, they did not join the Confederacy.
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There were four: Kentucky, Missouri, Maryland and Delaware. (And the Western counties of Virginia, which soon formed their own non-Confederate state, West Virginia) Lincoln was especially
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Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky did not secede. ChaCha on!
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Leading up to Texas' secession from the Union, Texans had been very upset with the inability of the federal government to protect them from vicious raids by both Indians and Mexican
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+ Kidd has it right, The next question is what benefit did they gain by not joining the confederacy? I personally think they got screwed twice although they may have been on the way
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