Confederate States Country Quiz

Although never recognized as an independent nation, can you answer these questions about the Confederate States of America?
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: December 10, 2020
First submittedSeptember 2, 2020
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What cities served as the capital of the Confederate States at certain points?
What was the first state to secede from the Union?
South Carolina
At what fort did the first battle of the Civil War take place?
Fort Sumter
What Confederate general commanded the Army of Northern Virginia?
Robert E. Lee
Who was the only President the Confederacy had?
Jefferson Davis
What city was the most populous in the Confederacy at that point?
New Orleans
What was the main reason Confederacy to seceded?
What state separated from the Confederacy in 1863?
West Virginia
What was General Jackson's nickname?
What Pennsylvania battle was the bloodiest of the entire Civil War?
What was the main cash crop of the Confederacy?
What body of water did the Confederacy border to the south?
Gulf of Mexico
What famous Civil War novel was written by Margaret Mitchell?
Gone with the Wind
What was the most famous speech made by Vice President Alexander H. Stephens?
What city did Grant capture – which allowed the North to control the entire
length of the Mississippi River?
Who was assassinated Abraham Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
What was the unofficial national anthem of the Confederacy?
God Save the South
What was Confederacy's marching song?
The Bonnie Blue Flag
What period followed the Civil War?
Level 81
Sep 3, 2020
Ugh. As a person who opposes the Old South and all that "Lost Cause" stuff that STILL divides my home region to this day, I cannot participate in anything that calls the Confederacy a "country." Yes, I see you acknowledge that it was never recognized as such, but the entire concept is still "icky." Sorry - I just had to get this off my chest. Thanks.