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Out of the 9.1 million people living in the South during the civil war, 3.6 million of them were slaves.

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Slave population of the South during civil war?

3.5 million were slaves out of a population of 9 million.


At the outbreak of the Civil War what was the slave population of the South?

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Which side of the war was Texas on during the civil war?

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The North had a population of about 20 million and the South about 9 million. Actually, slaves made up around 43% of the Southern population. The slave population among "border states" was not significant. Delaware as example had less than 1,000.


What was the lifestyle of a slave during the Civil War?

Slaves were treated poorly in the South, were it was legal. They were free in the north.


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Much smaler population from which to recruit armies.


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