I reccommend that you go to www.civilwar.com you can just copy and paste the address to your URL bar (address bar).
No, there were no battles fought in Alaska during the US Civil War.
No battles were fought in Massachusetts during the Civil War .
No Civil War battles of consecuence were fought in California.
no but the Sioux uprising of 1862 in Minnesota is considered part of the Civil war,and had several battles.
The state of Virginia had more battles on its' soil than any other state.
"Civil War" is a proper noun. So would be any of the names of the battles or the soldiers who fought in them.
Yes, only one. Corydon on July 9, 1863
Yes, Bentonville, right at the end. It was Joe Johnston's last throw.
wasn't aware that any general surrendered in Norfolk during the civil war, as no battles were fought in the county
not one, many battles were fought in Bulgarian soils. Check in Wikipedia under Bulgarian history
Gettysburg was the only battle fought in Pennsylvania. And Antietam (Sharpsburg) was the only significant battle fought in Maryland. Every other battle of any consquence was in Southern territory.
No, but events of the English Civil War, a century earlier, impacted London.
No there were not.
the American revolution
I know there was something about the Alamo