anonymous
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Which term refers to a soldier in the northern, or Union, army during the Civil War? A. Minuteman B. Whig C. Yankee D. Confederate
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@ccieux
anonymous
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Hi
anonymous
  • anonymous
hi

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anonymous
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just got out of the shower lmao give me a second.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The term used to refer to a Union soldier in the Civil War was "Yankee." The term that was used to refer to a Confederate, or southern, soldier was a rebel. Does that help?
anonymous
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:D
anonymous
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Duhhh, most people were saying confederate, but that was for the south.

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