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

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Richmond, Virginia was the capital of the Confederacy and it's close proximity to Washington D.C. made the state a very important area to control

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more than two there were many

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Q: What 2 states were battles fought in most for the civil war?
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