Thursday, April 28, 2011
Danilo Indians in the Civil War Deborah
Native Americans joined the Confederacy for two main reasons. The first is because they had slaves and they did not want to give them up. The second was because they believed that a divided America could be an opportunity for them to regain stolen territory. The Confederates promised them many tempting rewards for joining their side. Some Indians joined the Union but most joined the South.