was the key general of the south during the civil war
the souths plan was for to wait till the north gave up or got tired like fort Sumter
The Confederacy was in good shape before General Robert E. Lee became its commander. By all accounts however, Lee was one, if not the best general in the US Civil War considering each side's general staffs.
The North's greatest strength or resource during the Civil War was its industry.
General Ulysses S. Grant accepted the surrender of the south at appomattox courthouse.
The greatest resource was cotton. During the civil war, the South traded cotton for guns and other supplies. The South also withheld cotton shipments to Britain to convince them to help them fight in the Civil War. This was called the Cotton Diplomacy.
Before the War it was great. During and afterwards it was terrible.
defeat the confederate forces and re-unite the union
im studing civil war right now, and i believe it was still Washington dc. however the souths was RIchmond Virginia!
The souths plan to win the war was to repel the attacks instead of invading the North.
well the next commanding officer with the greatest rank would replace him
lee and jackson jds:)
The greatest Confederate general of the Civil War was Lee.
The greatest asset of the South in the US Civil War was the fact that it was fighting for its independence. It had to win or lose everything. In the North, well if they quit, the entire western frontier was theirs to deal with. And, they already had a strong industrial base and a strong farmland as well. Wheat, corn and potatoes are prime examples.