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Governors of states wholly or in part in sympathy with the Confederate struggle for independence.

His ExcellencyA. B. MooreAlabamaGovernor in 1861.
His ExcellencyJohn Gill ShorterAlabamaGovernor in 1862 and 1863; delegate to Provisional Congress at Montgomery.
His ExcellencyThomas H. WattsAlabamaGovernor in 1864 and 1865; had been Attorney-General of the Conferade States.
His ExcellencyHenry M. RectorArkansasGovernor in 1861 and 1862; elected August, 1860; inaugurated in November of the same year.
His ExcellencyHarris FlanaganArkansasGovernor from 1862 to 1865; inaugurated in November, 1862.
His ExcellencyM. S. PerryFloridaGovernor in 1861.
His ExcellencyJohn MiltonFloridaGovernor from 1862 to 1864.
His ExcellencyA. K. AllisonFloridaGovernor in 1864 and 1865.
His ExcellencyJoseph E. BrownGeorgiaGovernor from 1861 to 1865; sole Governor of Georgia during the war.
His ExcellencyB. MagoffinKentuckyGovernor in 1861.
His ExcellencyGeorge W. JohnsonKentuckyGovernor in 1861 and 1862; killed at the battle of Shiloh.
His ExcellencyRichard HawesKentuckyGovernor from 1862 to 1865. The Confederate States government of Kentucky was only provisional; no terms of office were prescribed. Governor George W. Johnson was elected by the Russellville convention on the 20th of November, 1861, and served as Provisional Governor until he was killed at the battle of Shiloh, April 7th, 1862, while bravely fighting without rank or command. Governor Hawes was elected by the Provisional Council as his successor, and he served in the capacity of Provisional Governor of Kentucky until the close of the war.
His ExcellencyThomas O. MooreLouisianaGovernor from 1860 to 1864.
His ExcellencyHenry W. AllenLouisianaGovernor from January 1, 1864, to the close of the war; had served in the Confederate army, with the rank of Brigadier-General and Major-General.
His ExcellencyJ. J. PettusMississippiGovernor from 1861 to 1863.
His ExcellencyJames WhitfieldMississippiGovernor in 1863.
His ExcellencyCharles ClarkMississippiGovernor in 1864 and 1865; had served in the Confederate army, with rank of Brigadier-General.
His ExcellencyCharles F. JacksonMissouriGovernor in 18861 and 1862.
His ExcellencyThomas C. ReynoldsMissouriGovernor from 1862 to 1865.
His ExcellencyJohn W. EllisNorth CarolinaGovernor from January to July, 1861.
His ExcellencyHenry T. ClarkNorth CarolinaGovernor from July, 1861, to January 1, 1863.
His ExcellencyZebulon B. VanceNorth CarolinaGovernor from January 1, 1863, to the close of the war; previously in active service in the Confederate army, with the rank of Colonel.
His ExcellencyFrancis W. PickensSouth CarolinaGovernor from December, 1860, to December, 1862.
His ExcellencyMilledge L. BohnamSouth CarolinaGovernor from December, 1862, to December, 1864; also Brigadier-General in the Confederate army.
His ExcellencyA. G. MagrathSouth CarolinaGovernor from December, 1864, to the close of the war; had been Judge of the Confederate Court for the District of South Carolina.
His ExcellencyIsham G. HarrisTennesseeGovernor from 1860 to the close of the war.
His ExcellencyRobert L. CaruthersTennesseeElected Governor in August, 1863. Isham G. Harris was Governor of Tennessee when the war commenced. He was re-elected in August, 1861; this constituted his third term. Being ineligible to a fourth term, Robert L. Caruthers was elected as his successor in 1863. Nashville and a large portion of Tennessee being then occupied by the Federal Army, Mr. Caruthers was never inaugurated, and Governor Harris held over, under the law, until the close of the war. Mr. Caruthers had been a member of the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States.
His ExcellencyEdward ClarkTexasGovernor in 1861. Governor Sam. Houston was deposed in 1861, and was succeeded by Governor Clark.
His ExcellencyF. R. LubbockTexasGovernor from August, 1861, to August, 1863; had been A. D. C. to the President, with rank of Colonel.
His ExcellencyPendleton MurrahTexasGovernor from August, 1863, to the close of the war.
His ExcellencyJohn LetcherVirginiaGovernor from January, 1860, to January, 1864.
His ExcellencyWilliam SmithVirginiaGovernor from January, 1864, to the close of the war; previous to election as Governor, had served in the Confederate army as Colonel, Brigadier-General and Major-General.

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