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Confederate States of America (Southern Victory)

Confederate States of America
Confederate National Flag since Mar 4 1865.svg
Flag of the Confederacy
Seal of the Confederate States of America.svg
Great Seal of of the Confederacy
MottoDeo Vindice (Latin) "Under God, our Vindicator"
AnthemDixie
CapitalWashington, D.C.
Official languages English
Demonym Confederate, Southern, American
Government Confederation
 -  President Michael Hill
 -  Vice President Franklin Sanders
Legislature Congress of the Confederate States
 -  Upper House Confederate States Senate
 -  Lower House Confederate States House of Representatives
Establishment
 -  Confederate States Formed February 4, 1861 
 -  Start of the American Civil War April 12, 1861 
 -  End of the American Civil War April 15, 1865 
Currency Confederate dollar ($)

The Confederate States of America (also called the Confederacy, the Confederate States, and the C.S.A.) is a nation set up in 1861 by 13 southern states of the United States that had declared their secession from the United States

States  

  • South Carolina (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Mississippi (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Florida (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Alabama (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Georgia (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Louisiana (Admitted to CSA February 8, 1861)
  • Texas (Admitted to CSA March 2, 1861)
  • Virginia (Admitted to CSA May 7, 1861)
  • Arkansas (Admitted to CSA May 18, 1861)
  • North Carolina (Admitted to CSA May 21, 1861)
  • Tennessee (Admitted to CSA July 2, 1861)
  • Missouri (Admitted to CSA November 28, 1861)
  • Kentucky (Admitted to CSA December 10, 1861)
  • Maryland (Admitted to CSA July 4, 1861)
  • Delaware (Admitted to CSA July 5,1863)
  • Sequoyah (Admitted to CSA August 21, 1905)
  • New Mexico (Admitted to CSA January 6, 1912)
  • Arizona (Admitted to CSA February 14, 1912)
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