Their only goal was to keep slavery.
There were mixed reviews by the North at the beginning of the Civil War that the Anaconda Plan was a viable plan. The plan was proposed by Winfield Scott, General-in-Chief.
the south wanted to plan attack.
Probably the South had more advantages at the beginning of the Civil War. Perhaps if the South had followed the plan advocated by General Albert Sidney Johnson, the South would have won the Civil War. Such was not to be the case. The war turned into a war of attrition. The North had far greater advantages for winning that type of a war.
the south to come back into the union
The North tried to compromis with the South which lead to the south ceceding from the union and beginning the civil war
A plan to rebuild the South
In the beginning of the war the North's plan was to prevent the South from getting supplies by using a blockade. It also planned to divide the South by capturing the land near the Mississippi river.
None. It had to improvise from the start.
There were about 4 million slaves in the south during the time of the Civil War.
To free the slaves and conquer the south
The South started the Civil War to break away from the Union. At the beginning of the Civil War, ending slavery was not on the agenda.
The reconstruction plan is the plan that Abraham Lincoln started to repair the country from the wounds the Civil War left. It was a major war in the south.
in the beginning of the war the union stragety was known as the anaconda plan
The firing on Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina marked the beginning of the Civil War.
The war strategies of the North during the Civil War was The Anaconda Plan. While the South, on the other hand,attacked major northern cities.
To repel the Northern invasion.
The North wanted to block the South
At the beginning of the war the South had better generals than the North had.
This is a matter of opinion, but the South probably had the better generals at the start of the Civil War.
At the beginning of the US Civil War, one strength was the size of its territory the North had to conquer. The South as an example was larger than France.
The population of the South was approximately 9 million in 1861 at the beginning of the conflict.
The reconstruction plans sought by the Radical Republicans were designed to punish the South for the US Civil War. US President Johnson, who battled with the Radicals, had a more lenient plan for reuniting the North and the South.
The Union did not plan the Civil War. No one planned it.
The location that arked the beginning of the civil war was Gettysburg.
The population of the South at the beginning of the Civil War was around 9 million people. This was quite small compared to the 22 million people who lived in the North.