Where did most of the fighting during the US Civil War take place?
All of the fighting took place in the south, with some of the larges battles being fought in Atlanta, Georgia and Vicksburg, Mississippi.
As a State, Virginia was home to the most battles fought in the War.
During the American Civil War, most of the actual fighting took place in and around the Southern state of Virginia. Given the close proximity of the Union and Confederate capitals of Washington, D.C., and Richmond (Virginia), both the North and the South made a concentrated effort in this region to achieve victories at each other's expense, although important battles occurred in other regions, as well.
Most of the fighting in the Civil War took place in the South because the Union army was larger and better supplied. After the Battle of Gettysburg again defeated Southern plans to attack Washington, it became a war of defense for the South and a war of offense for the North. Overly cautious Union generals were replaced by tacticians such as Grant and Sherman. The South could not out-maneuver the Northern armies and was eventually…
Except for the battles in Gettysburg (Pennsylvania) and in Maryland, most of the battles took place in the South. While initially this included attacks in Virginia, later Union expeditions ranged from Texas and Missouri in the West to the cities of the mid-South, including Sherman's "March to the Sea" after burning Atlanta.
The American Civil war was unusual in that the headquarters of the opposing armies were fairly close together and therfore most of the fighting took place in a relatively small theatre around Virginia, Kentucky and North Carolina. Later the fighting spread out to the Mississippi and down into Georgia.
Glory The formation of soldiers caused the high casualty rate during the civil war. Soldiers stood side by side fighting each other until one side withdrew. When shooting into a line it is extremely easy to hit somebody because you don't have to aim for one person because you are, most likely, bound to hit somebody. This is why so many people died during the civil war. By using frontal attacks the opponent has plenty…
Harriet Tubman was so important because she was the most well known conductor of the Underground Railroad. During the Civil war, she helped by becoming a nurse, scout, solider, and spy. After the war, she continued working for what she believed in by becoming a feminist and fighting for women's suffrage rights. She was one of the most famous conductors, abolitionist, humanitarian, and a Union spy during the Civil War.