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Where was most of the civil war fought in the north or south?


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Answered 2013-12-23 22:29:01

Most of the civil war was fought in the South. and in there which part of the south specifically?georgia?

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Nearly all in the South. This meant the North had to do the invading.


The Civil War was fought in part due to the Emancipation Proclamation. It was also fought because of what most wars are fought for money or goods. The South had something the North wanted which was cotton but also the North had Factories that the South wanted.


most of the civil war was fought in the south but sometimes it was in the north but mostly they were small skimishes



True. The majority of the Civil War battles were fought in the South.


The majority of American Civil War battles were fought in Virginia. In fact, almost all battles were fought in the South. The Civil War was truly a defensive war for the South and an offensive war for the North.


Most of the major battle in the Civil War were fought in the South (except for a few in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Vermont). The South lost the war.


Most of the major battles were fought in the South (with the exception of a few battles fought in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Vermont). The South lost the war, which didn't help. General Sherman torn up the South in Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina.


The Advantages were that most of the battles in the civil war were fought in the south, but when the south tried to invade the north that's when it went downhill. hope this helps :)


The North had a superior population, and their army was much bigger than that of the South. Also, the North had lots of manufacturing capability, as the economy in the North was industrialized. The South had much more capable Generals than the North, and since most of the civil war was fought in the South, they knew the land better. The South couldn't make enough food and supplies for their army.


There were over 237 battles fought throughout most of the civil war. The two states with the most battles were Mississippi and South Carolina.


It was mostly fought in the south with the exception of Gettysberg.


Most people in the north did not believe that slavery was right and people in the south disagreed and it became a controversy of whether slavery is right or not, so the north and south fought each other to resolve the conflict.


Because most of the battles were fought in the south, there was a lot of damage.


. . . . . . . . . . I'm not sure what type of question you are asking, but the Civil War was generally carried out (fought on) Southern Soil. Most of the battles take place there, there were some, but very few, battles fought in the North. The Confederates wouldn't dare fight in the North again due to the turning point in the war, The Battle of Gettysburg. - S0L . . . . . . . . . .


in the south but not the deep south like right below tennesee kind of south


The Civil War battles were fought mostly in the South.


Well for one most of the battles were fought in the south: Bull Run/Manassas, Selma Bay, Ringgold Gap, Blair's Landing.... And even with most of them being in the south, many of the battles fought in the south were fought in VA. Secondly, the north was far more industrialized- the south was basically agricultural. So when troops went through and razed the fields the economy of the south took a large hit.


Both the North and the South made gun powder during the Civil War. As in most manufacturing, the North had more resources to do it than did the South.


The war was fought in both North & South Korea. This contrasts with Vietnam, in which the ground war was totally fought in South Vietnam; however, the USAF/USN fought the AIR WAR over NORTH Vietnam.


in the stated south and west of Virginia


Most of the fighting took place in the South, and most battles in Virginia


Most of the manufacturing was in the North.



Almost all of the US Civil War battles took place within the South. For the most part, the Confederacy took a defensive position and thus Union armies had to invade parts of the South in order to engage Confederate armies.



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