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What did the south do to start the Civil War?

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The official start of the Civil War was when the South fired on Fort Sumter NC.

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Technically, yes. The official start of the Civil War was when the South fired on Fort Sumter NC.


The south wanted states rights.



Charleston, South Carolina


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.


None. It had to improvise from the start.


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.


At Fort Sumter, South Carolina.


they did not like slavery the thought it was wrong the south did not



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.


The south lost the civil war


The war started at Charleston Harbor, Charleston, South Carolina.


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.


The South lost the Civil War. The Union was preserved.


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.


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.



The South attacked the North. This was the start of the American civil war.


They expected a quick victory, along with the North.


The bombardment of Fort Sumter started the Civil War



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