austinreagan12 What was the aftermath like? The north won, so slavery was abolished for good. If the south had won we would most likeley have slaves till this day. And if you ask, yes people did die.
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austinreagan12 General William Nelson
austinreagan12 This is where the fight was going on.
austinreagan12 The North had many Railroads and dirt roads to transport items such as food,water,medicene, and ammo. The south did not have these things, so this made it harder for them.
austinreagan12 The North also had more people than the south.That little red person is the South. That proves how much the North overpowered the South.
austinreagan12 The North also had a running goverment. They followed one person. They knew what to do and everyone had there place. But the South had no goverment and they were not orgnized.
austinreagan12 The north recruited slaves. It's not beacuse slavery was evil,it was, but it was also because it was cold there and farming was not as great there, so slavery was not essential.
austinreagan12 Where and When? July 11, 1861. This was just one of the many early battles of the civil war. This is some of there most important stragies that the north and the south used
austinreagan12 General Kirby Smith lead the confederates