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They were the north.

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Were the Yankees North or South?

North.


What side did the Yankees were associated on the north or the south?

the north. they fought against the confederacy


If the south were confederate soldiers the north were?

Union, nicknamed yankees.


What is the Yankee Army?

It was the North in the Civil War. The North's nicknames were the Yanks(Yankees) and the South's were the Rebels.


What acts of protest were between the north and the south during the civil war?

The Yankees invaded the South.


What were some other names for the north and south during the civil war besides union and confederates?

North, South, Yankees, and Rebels.


Were the north the confederates or were the south in the civil war era?

The North were referred to as the Union troops and the South was called the Confederates. Their nicknames were the North Yankees and the South Rebels.


What were the nicknames of the north and the south during the civil war?

The Union, North: Yanks, Yankees, Blue BelliesThe Confederacy, South: Rebels, Rebs, Johnny Rebs, Sesh, Secessionists, Gray Backs


What were people in the north called once the south seceded?

The people from/in the North can be referred to as Northerners or more often, Unionists. The Southerners, however, preferred to call them Yankees.


What were the north and the south nicknamed in the Civil War?

North~union~rich boys south~ confederate ========= Supporters of the North called themselves the Union and they called the South Rebels. Supporters of the South called themselves the Confederacy and they called the North Yankees. As a name for the generic individual soldier (something like G. I. Joe of the 20th Century) a soldier of the North is sometimes referred to as Billy Yank and one from the South as Johnny Reb.


What were the nicknames for the North and South in the Civil War?

North~union~rich boys south~ confederate ========= Supporters of the North called themselves the Union and they called the South Rebels. Supporters of the South called themselves the Confederacy and they called the North Yankees. As a name for the generic individual soldier (something like G. I. Joe of the 20th Century) a soldier of the North is sometimes referred to as Billy Yank and one from the South as Johnny Reb.


Where the name Yankees coming from?

people from the north is the definition of YANKEES.