Did the south start the civil war?
Technically, yes. The official start of the Civil War was when the South fired on Fort Sumter NC.
The official start of the Civil War was when the South fired on Fort Sumter NC.
The south wanted states rights.
The South wanted to start the Civil War because they thought they had the rights to do what they wanted. They did not wants to stop slavery, build factories, give up their farms.
The US Civil War started on April 12, 1861, at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, in South Carolina.
It was South Carolina.
Charleston, South Carolina
Ft. Sumter, SC
no body cares!
The Civil War started when Confederate troops fired cannons at Fort Sumter, in South Carolina
This is a matter of opinion, but the South probably had the better generals at the start of the Civil War.
None. It had to improvise from the start.
At the start of the Civil War, the Union, which was made up of the Northern states, had a population of 22 million free people. The population of the South at the start of the war was 9 million.
At the beginning of the war the South had better generals than the North had.
The Civil War began on April 12, 1861. It started with the Battle of Fort Sumter, in Charleston, South Carolina.
He did not start the Civil War. The Civil War began On April 12, when Confederate forces led by General P.T. Beauregard opened fire on Fort Sumter which was a federally held fort in South Carolina.
they did not like slavery the thought it was wrong the south did not
At Fort Sumter, South Carolina.
farming had been destroyed
The war started at Charleston Harbor, Charleston, South Carolina.
The Civil War between the North and South started due to their respective beliefs about slavery and states' rights. The South ultimately decided to secede from the Union, but Lincoln wanted to bring the South back into the country.
The South (confederacy)'s goal at the start of the civil war was actually not much, other than to secede from the United States. They didn't technically want to start a war, but the North (union) decided that they didn't want the South seceding and therefore declared "war". The south wanted to secede because the Union, aka the United States before the war, had passed anti-slavery laws and the South wanted to keep them.
It started because the south was unhappy with the election and the north and south dsagred on slavery.
Basically, the North wanted to end slavery in America, while the South did not.
A plan to rebuild the South
The first battle was on April 12th, 1861 at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, which (unofficially) started the Civil War.
Actually, Lincoln did not start the Civil War. The Confederates (South) fired the first shot on Fort Sumter on April 12th, 1861. This effectively started the Civil War.
The bombardment of Fort Sumter started the Civil War
The South attacked the North. This was the start of the American civil war.
What did the southerners call northerners who moved to the south to start buisnesses after the civil war?
They expected a quick victory, along with the North.
nope because he was the first to start the battle of manassas but not the whole war South Carolina did that
The greatest resource was cotton. During the civil war, the South traded cotton for guns and other supplies. The South also withheld cotton shipments to Britain to convince them to help them fight in the Civil War. This was called the Cotton Diplomacy.
At the start of the U.S. Civil War, South Carolina seceded from the Union on December 20, 1860.
South Carolina seceded prior to the start of the American Civil War, but it was the first state to do so.
What helped to contribute to the start of the civil war how it help contribute to start of the civil war?
Several things contributed to the start of the War Between the States. The most immediate cause was the South firing on Fort Sumter. The next direct cause was the secession of the southern states from the Union.
The firing on Fort Sumter. The civil war stated because if so much tension and then the union had a fort down south and it was attacked and the north declared war on the south wich led to the most bloodiest war in us history
Exoduster. A former slave who left the south after the reconstruction.
Fort Sumter, near Charleston, South Carolina.
The North was industrial while the South was agricultural.
In America it started right after the end of the Civil war in the South.
Fort Sumter, South Carolina April 12th, 1861
The south lost the civil war
because the north may start wanting the south to become a free state and this may have started an argument that led to the civil war
What started the Civil War was the bombing of Fort Sumter. President Lincoln was resupplying Fort Sumter, a Union base located in the south, and told the south that he was only resupplying it and if they attack then they were the ones to start the war and they attacked with bombs. But the first battle of the civil war was the first battle of bull run.
The leaders of the North and South believed the war would be brief.