nodid not fight .They specifically said that they had nothing to do with it but if they were fighting they would fight for the norths freedom
Maryland was a Union State
The Confederate South.
The Civil War
It was the south against the north. The Union (North), The confederates (South).
Maryland remained within the Union (the North) throughout the Civil War. However, many residents of Maryland sympathised with the Confederacy (the South) and a substantial Union military presence was maintained in the state to ensure that it stayed in the Union.
US Civil War=North wanted to retain the South Vietnam War=North wanted to conquer the South
because they were fighting over money but north didn't actually want to fight
Both the North and South resorted to using drafts.
Acually it was the north versus the south. The north wanted no slaves and the south did.
The original reason for the North to fight the Civil War was to prevent the South from seceding.
Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri
In the American civil war, yes.
Pennsylvania fought for the south. Pennsylvania fought for the south.
The southeners couldn't find their way to the north.
freed slaves willing to help fight the south
The battles of the Civil War were mostly fought south, including Kentucky, Missouri and Maryland. The only great Battle fought north was that of Gettysburg.
Becuase they liked to fight
North - To free balcks South - To fight
2 fight 4 independence
It caused the North and the South to fight each other.
Most of the major battle in the Civil War were fought in the South (except for a few in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Vermont). The South lost the war.