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Capitals of Confederacy
I'm Jefferson Davis, president of the South
The state capitals of the South are Richmond, Danville, and Montgomery. The South was founded in 1861, and dissolved in 1865.
The Souths 10% plan could form a new government if 10% were loyal to the south. It impacted our nation whole and those capitals are apart of our nations history.
The Souths 10% plan could form a new government if 10% were loyal to the south. It impacted our nation and those capitals are apart of our nations history.
A connection to modern day, Richmond is still the capital of Virginia, Danville is a city in Virginia, and Montgomery is still a city in Alabama.
Helped our nation by not going against the Union, joining the North. The war could of continued if they kept fighting the North.
The first capital of the South was Montgomery, Alabama. The second capital was Richmond, Virginia. The third and last capital was Danville, Virginia. The most permanent capital was Richmond, Virginia
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