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The North's, also known as the Union, plan was a very basic plan that they got from a formal rival. Just like in The War of 1812, the Union wanted to blockade the South, or Confederates. By doing this, they proposed what was known as the Anaconda Plan. This plan circled around from near Washington DC went South from there and cut through the middle of modern day Florida, and went through New Orleans and up the Mississippi River. After the Union has done that and cut off all the supplies and reinforcements available for the Confederates, the true wrath of the "anaconda" term comes into play. The Union starts suppressing the Confederates tighter and tighter into a smaller force until they are forced to surrender. Unlike in the War of 1812, this blockade is highly sufficient and successful.

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