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The South - on the Tennessee river.

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what does the north call the battle of shiloh

the south had more men than the north

The Battle of Shiloh was the Confederacy (South) vs. the Union (North). The Battle of Shiloh took place at Pittsburg Landing, Harding County, Tennessee. The Battle of Shiloh was the bloodiest battle in the Civil War, and only lasted two days, April 6 & 7, 1862. The Union won this battle, and as a result, the Confederacy had to recede from much of Tennessee.

Well the battle was a battle fought between the north, the union, and the south, the blacks lovers.

The Union Army of Tennessee commanded by Gen. Grant, supported byfour divisions ofthe Armyof Ohio, won the Battle of Shiloh.

The Battle of Shiloh was also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing. Pittsburg landing was a steamboat landing place on the south bank of the Tennessee River, where the Yankees had made their camp. Shiloh Church was a tiny local church in the vicinity.

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).

no they werent because the north and a south had a gentlemans agreement that if the south used their slaves the fight would be unfair and the south would win

The highly-rated General Sidney Johnston, killed at Shiloh.

It was fought in Western Tennessee - officially Confederate country, but soon to be occupied entirely by the Union.

A battle in Tennessee, part of the US Civil War (1861-1865) between the Union (North) and the Confederacy (South).

It was in Tennessee. It was a Northern victory by Grant, and the Confederate cause in the West was lost after this. A year later the Mississippi was liberated.

Sidney Johnston, probably the best General in the South. He was killed at that battle.

No. The South won by 3,000 people wounded and dead. The North had 13,000 soldiers wounded or dead. The South only had 10,000. Despite the death toll, the North was able to reinforce its forces and advance, while the South, unable to make good their losses, retreated; leaving the North in command of the field, which is the usual definition of victory in battle.

The reason for the battle of Shiloh was to stop trade so the south would surrender.

Sharpsburg...correct. All you have to know when figuring the names of Civil War battles is that the South would name the battle for the nearest town, while the north would name the battle after the closest body of water... e.g. Shiloh= Pittsburgh Landing...

General Sidney Johnston (no relation to Joseph E. Johnston), regarded as the best General in the South. He was killed in this battle.

of course not, if the south won the war than the U.S. would be a slave state.

South-West Tennessee, near the Mississippi line.

The US Civil War Battle of Shiloh was costly for both sides. Estimates on Union casualties run anywhere from 12,000 to 15,000. The South had more.

Most of the Civil War took place in the South. The farthest up they got in the North, and I believe the only battle in the North, was the Battle of Gettysburg in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

No, they did not surrender. This was the first battle of the Civil War which took place in South Carolina in 1861.

That was undoubtedly the battle that started the Civil War in the first place: Fort Sumter.

Did the battle for ft. Sumter further the north and south

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