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CW World Series

Had twice as much railroad (23,000 miles) North
Had more factories (110,000) North
Would be fighting the majority of the war at home South
Had 2/3 of the nation's population North
Had more experienced military officers South
Would ask Europe for help South
Had twice as much farmland North
Had better navy North
Had better cavalry South
Had stronger will to fight South
Had more money North
Had more soldiers North
Fighting a defensive war South
Was the president of the USA Abraham Lincoln
Was the president of the CSA Jefferson David
A Union general who was cautious George McClellan
A Union general that waged total war William Tecumseh Sherman
A Union general who took chances Ulysses S. Grant
Led enslaved people to freedom and also served as Union nurse Harriet Tubman
Had a population of people that were better at marksmanship South
7 of the top 8 military academies were in the... South
The best and the brightest were attracted to business North
Why didn't the Emancipation Proclamation free many slaves? It only freed slaves in areas where the Union had no power.
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