The Union named the battles after the nearest body of water. The Confederates named it after the nearest town. The Battle of Shiloh is also known as The Battle of PIttsburg Landing.
The Battle of Shiloh is named after a church that stands on the battlefield.
no the battle of antiem is known as the bloodiest battle it was the battle of shiloh
That was Shiloh Church - after which the battle was named. The actual location was Pittsburgh Landing on the Tennessee River.
because the most blood was shead in that war!
The battle of Shiloh also called Pittsburg Landing.
Oftentimes they are named for the location the battle was fought, such as Britain, Hastings, Shiloh, Gettysburg, and the Alamo.
There was a church called Shiloh near the battle feild. Shiloh means place of peace in Hebrew.
the union forces won the battle of Shiloh
It was the custom for the South to name their battles after the nearest town or village (Shiloh), whereas the North named theirs after geographical features (Pittsburg Landing).
The battle was named for the church; Shiloh. The Union forces referred to the battle as Pittsburg Landing, which is the area where Grant landed his troops and set up his headquarters. This is now the Park Visitor's Center & main cemetery.
Soldiers fought for the unions in the battle of shiloh.
what does the north call the battle of shiloh
slavery caused the battle Shiloh also Tennessee started it
Don Carlos Buell led the battle of shiloh~-kcoulter
They use 4 weapons in the battle of Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh was fought April 6-7, 1862.
Shiloh or Pittsburg Landing
A road in Mendocino County
ANSWER:apex= The Battle of AntietamThe bloodiest battle of the American Civil War, was the Battle of Shiloh (also known as Pittsburg Landing).The Battle of Shiloh, named after a church on the battlefield, is where many men from both sides would meet their God.After the battle was over, neither side cared anything about the title of winner or loser. After Shiloh, the South never smiled.
It wasn't a town. It was at Pittsburg Landing on the West bank of the Tennessee River. The Union named its battles after the nearest body of water. The Confederates preferred the name of the nearest town. Shiloh Church was the nearest thing to a town, so they called it the battle of Shiloh.
General Albert Sidney Johnston led the Confederate troops in an assault on Union forces commanded by US Grant on June, 6, 1862. Johnston was the second highest officer in the Confederacy at that time. He sustained a fatal wound on the first day of the battle. As the conflict was near the church at Shiloh, the battle was named the Battle of Shiloh.
No, the Battle of Shiloh was fought in Tennessee, very near the border with Mississippi.
The number of Confederate soldiers at the Battle of Shiloh was 44,699.