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 ...
Kids learn about the Border States during the Civil War including Kentucky,
Maryland, Missouri, Delaware, and West Virginia.
Source: James M. McPherson, The Negro's Civil War (New York: Pantheon
Books, ... policies concerning the border states during the remainder of the war.
Engraving of Union troops firing on Baltimore citizens during Pratt Street Riot. In
the Border ... In the Border States, the war pitted neighbor against neighbor.
All remained in the Union after the outbreak of the Civil War, except Virginia.
Sentiment in that state's 40 western counties, however, was strongly against ...
During the American Civil War (1861-1865) the Border States were
geographically vital to the conflict, as both the Union and Confederacy
recognized the ...
To ensure the continued loyalty of these border states, Lincoln always had to
maintain a ... During the war, Lincoln faced opposition and criticism from a variety
Border states in the American Civil War were states that permitted slavery but did
not leave the Union to join the Confederacy. The states recognized by both ...
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 border states, which had not seceded, but separated the United States from
the ... What were considered "Border States" during the American Civil War?