there were better generals, a strong military tradition, skillful riders, stronger motivation
There were 11 southern states during the Civil War. Some of the states were Virginia, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Louisiana.
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The name for the South during the Civil War was the Confederate States of America... Some call it Dixie.
The North had more man power from different races of slaves.
to start off, the American Civil War was Americans against Americans.The Union/North's advantages: had more railroads:used to transport troops and weapons, larger population to fight for themThe Confederates/South's advantages: most of the war was fought in the South so they knew the land well and they were fighing for their families and homes, they had better war leaders
North, South, Yankees, and Rebels.
It is still celebrated all over the South, and to some degree elsewhere.
The South and North both elected their own governments. The North had Lincoln, while the South had elected Davis.
on some farsm in the south some lived freely and in the north there was not slavery
the north was sometimes referd to as the yankees
The South's strategy during the Civil War was to get Great Britian's support. >The South's strategy was to use the great military leaders and commanders they had in order to defeat the North. With the North having multiple advantages, the South used their strongest factor: military training.
He was William Tecumseh Sherman.Answer:There were numerous generals in both the Northern and Southern armies during the American Civil War (See Link). As the North eventually carried the war to the South there could even be said to be Northern generals in the South at some periods.
it was just made again by some workers or slaves or something
They suffered from death and sickness.And lost family members
Some will say states rights, but most will say to maintain the practice of slavery.
who are some of the people in civil war north against south?
One of the greatest advantages of living in the south is that the weather is not as cold as it gets in the north. Also, the south tends to have a lower cost of living.
In the American Civil War, the North had many advantages over the south. The North had industry, more factories, meaning more production of armaments. It also had more men, more soldiers, along with more resources.
the south promised to free the African Amerians that fought in the war
Some did and some went South to join the Confederates, a situation that happened in most border states with divided loyalty.
Some differences were that the South supported slavery and the North didn't, the South was based on agriculture and the North on industries (like factories), and the South wanted more states' rights while the North supported a federal government.
It was some soldiers under the command of General P.G.T. Beuregard. This unit was some men form Louisiana. It was the south who fired the first shot.
Some intangible disadvantages for both the Confederacy and the Union during the Civil War was the loss of ways to get supplies to the battlegrounds. There were many people in the South willing to help the North but finding them was impossible.
Of course they were slaves. But during the civil War, they were treated very badly in the south because of discrimination. Some slaves were even killed for trying to run away. In the north, they were not slaves but still discriminated.
Do you mean did he visit? Yes, in some areas he did go to encampments of Union troops and visit battlefields.