Unshaded areas were not states before or during the Civil War. In the context of
the American Civil War (1861–1865), the border states were slave states that ...
The border states during the Civil War were the slave states that didn't leave the
Union. These states included Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri.
Engraving of Union troops firing on Baltimore citizens during Pratt Street Riot. In
the Border States, civilian loyalties were divided, with some favoring secession ...
Second, the border states were important economic engines for the Union,
primarily ... During the war, Lincoln faced opposition and criticism from a variety
The Border States were slave states that shared a border with free states to the ...
All remained in the Union after the outbreak of the Civil War, except Virginia.
The border states, Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware, were important to
the Union during the Civil War as their loyalty, or at least their neutrality, ...
The American Civil War was fought primarily between the industrialized northern
states ... The Border States were vital to the success of the Union. .... Ku Klux Klan
During Reconstruction: History & Explanation7:36; Peninsular Campaign in ...
Civil War Border States Map List Maryland Missouri Kentucky West Virginia ...
During the American Civil War (1861-1865) there were five Border States: ...
During the American Civil War (1861-1865) the Border States were
geographically vital to the conflict, as both the Union and Confederacy
recognized the ...
Secession, as it applies to the outbreak of the American Civil War, comprises the
series of ... The border slave states of Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, and
Missouri ... Fifty counties of western Virginia were loyal to the Union government,
and in ... The very thing that Madison feared took on a concrete form during the