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6 August, 16:49

After the Battle of Fort Sumter, people who didn't want to secede from the Union created the state of

a. Tennessee.

b. Arkansas.

c. West Virginia.

d. North Carolina.

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  1. 6 August, 16:59
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    The correct answer is C. West Virginia

    Explanation:

    The Battle of Fort Sumter refers to the attack led by the Confederate Army (Southern States) to the Fort Sumter near Charleston on April 1861 and considered as the beginning of the Civil War in the U. S. that was a conflict between the Union (Northern States) and the Confederacy (Southern States). Additionally, before and after the Battle of Fort Sumter took place states that had not joined any of the sides need to take a position about it, in the case of the southern states most of them including Tennesee, Arkansas and Virginia joined the Confederacy. Besides this, the state of West Virginia was created after the population of this state decided they did not want to join the Confederacy as Virginia and other territories, this occurred in 1861. Thus, after the Battle of Fort Sumter people who didn't want to secede from the Union created the state of West Virginia.
  2. 6 August, 17:50
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    The answer is West Virginia
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