Which two statements are true about native american tribes during the civil war? the war caused native american tribes to sign treaties and side with union forces who promised to develop indian territory. the war united the tribes against the confederacy, which wanted to secede from the union and continue slavery. the war created conflicts within the tribes because some wanted to stay loyal to the union, while others wanted to support the confederacy. the war made the tribes forget their differences and come together against the union forces who wanted to abolish slavery in indian territory. the war led native american tribes to sign treaties with the confederacy, which promised to protect the tribes and their interests in exchange for support in the war.
I would say B
Explanation: Because I know that A and D are true and I'm pretty sure that Texas Merchants did vote against the secession, as the people of Texas did vote against the secession which is another reason why I think B is the correct answer.
because that never happened
because the emancipation proclamation freed slaves but ONLY slaves in the confederate states.
Explanation:bc why not
Statements 2 and 4 are true in this regard.
The American Civil War was fought between the northern states of the United States and the southern states of the United States in the period from 1861 to 1875, in which the northern states came up as victorious.
In this war, the northern states wanted to maintain federal unity and remove slavery from the whole country. In the history of America, this side is formally called as Union.
The answer is B
The answer choice o event never occured.
There were many abolitionists in the history or US.
Harriet Beecher Stowe
William Lloyd Garrison
There are many more too besides them :)