What was the daily camp life of citizen-soldiers like in the Civil War?
they trained in local army camps. they did hours of drills and exercises. most soldiers were fed fine until they got on the battlefield when their diet became more strict some went starving because the supply train could not reach them
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Boredom. Most of the solders time during the Civil War was spent waiting. Camp life was in tents, keeping everything cleaned and cleaning it again. Meals were not great, but adequate. For the most part, Northern solders ate better than southern solders. They sang a lot. Some of the songs they sang even protested against the war. They wrote a lot. They practiced marching. They practiced shooting.