How many states did the Confederacy control during Civil War?

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The 11 states which were full-fledged members of the Confederacy were Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

The famous "Stars and Bars" flag of the CSA had 13 stars, because both Missouri and Kentucky had "governments in exile" in Richmond. Some Confederate flags even feature 15 stars, for all Southern states, including Maryland and Delaware. The Indian Territory (now Oklahoma) and the Arizona Territory were also held by Confederate forces at various points in the war.
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