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THEY FOUGHT in the civil war.

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Many young men got very excited and thought about the glory of fighting a war. They looked at it like it was a sport and thought it would end fast. Neither side expected the bloody battles and all of the death that took place. Young men lined up to volunteer for the Union and Confederate armies.


The North responded to the growing demand for fresh troops during the civil war by creatinng conscription laws in 1863.


The federal states and union were redefined predominantly in the north after the Civil War. Also, the abolition of slavery was felt first in the north and was much less resented by northern citizens. The north also experienced an economic boom.


The south had bad agriculture while in the north, the industrialization went down hill



The north doesn't grow cotton, but, it has a lot of industry. The south's use of cotton, (and their need of slaves), and their limited industry helped lead to the civil war and the south's defeat.


The major results were: - the outbreak of the Civil War; - Lincoln call for 75,000 volunteers to fight the rebellion. - The Secession of Virginia, Arkansas, tennessee and North Carolina.


The 1984 Carolinas outbreak destroyed trees, homes, and places of work.


There were various responses to the civil war. In the South, many contributed (due to slavery) to the economy, causing an involuntary benefit to the South. At one point, enslaved southerners joined the Confederate army, with promises of freedom. In the North, many African Americans joined the Union army and fought alongside other Union army men. Being members of society, they also contributed (voluntarily) to the northern economy.


Seven states seceded from the Union prior to the outbreak of the Civil War: South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. After the Civil War started, four more states seceded: Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina.


The North had the advantages of having the moral high ground. The south had the advantage of having a large army.



The southern people of America agreed with segregation and discrimination, while most people in the north were against this idea


Yes, the north won the Civil War.


In the civil war, the North was called the Union.


The north won the civil war.


The North was looking forward to a quick victory in hopes of saving the Union and having minor impacts on the economy, the citizens, and to try to keep a good relation between both the North and the South.


The North won the Civil War by General Lee from the South surrendered to the North.


The South being outvoted in Congress (because it was getting harder to create new slave-states), and Congress therefore tending to pass laws favourable to the North.


The north did win!______________________________________________________________The North did win the American Civil War - we live the results everyday .


The election of Lincoln, who had declared that he would not allow any new slave-states. (more in detail by Llcoll)----- Thus leading into the south getting pissed off at the north and breaking away from the north "declaring themselves their own state'


No- the South seceeded from the North, which was a cause of the Civil War


North Yemen Civil War happened in 1962.


The North won the Civil War. All the South had to do was defend. It was up to the North to attack, which in the end they did successfully.



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