basically what the Tin says, say the CSA wins early in the war, say September 1862, they take DC and force peace, any ways, what would Slavery look like after the war? how long would it last? and how would it end?
just a note, if you personally think the CSA would fall apart, feel free to say so, and air your thoughts on how that effects slaves/slavery.The CSA's ruling classes had a considerable vested and emotional interest in slavery and no great interest in elections they could lose. Presuming it holds together (far from a given) it will take a revolution to get the Confederacy to emancipate on any real scale.
key to note I think that in the CSA Dred Scott v. Sandford would still stand, so blacks (free and otherwise) would not be citizens of any kind, and I'd guess any post slavery life for blacks in the south would look far more like the Black Codes than Jim Crow or even ApartheidAs to the status of the freed slaves, it is kind of murky although they would most likely be seen as second class citizens for many years to come, either they will go north to the rump USA or there would be an effort at repatriation back to Africa with incentives such as land and/or money/gold. That's my take.
This is basically it, though I'd change "rebellion" to "revolution" since the former are not going to be unknown in the Confederacy.The only way Confederate slavery would have ended is through internal rebellion or external conquest.