Show these confederate states what it means to be in a union!!!
Will do Mr. President
Ulysses S. Grant
I will lead my army in conducting the constriction plan....in order to leave the confederate states vulnerable.
By the looks of this, they should give in sooner or later.
Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America. He was responsible for overseeing the working of the Union Army, as they worked to constrict the Confederates. He was, however, assassinated by John Wilkes Booth, a confederate admire.
Over 22 million residents in the North
Our sheer numbers are sure to intimidate the Confederacy. Call one....call all to fight for the Union
Ulysses S. Grant was a major leader of the Union side during the civil war. He, along with other military leaders, were ordered to conduct a plan which would prohibit the South from obtaining resources. He later served as the 18th president of the United States after the civil war had concluded.
Whatever you need troops...our industries have got you covered. Ammunition, supplies and others.
The Anaconda Plan was proposed by Winfield Scott. It was a way for the Union to send out troops to certain locations in order to disrupt commerce to the Confederate states. By doing so, the Union could progressively choke and suffocate the Confederacy, thus capturing its capital.
We have definitely got this war in the bag!!
Given the kind of work opportunity and development of the North, it is evident that its population well surpassed that of the South. With the number of people available in the North, the Union would have no trouble running out of troops. These individuals would be more concerned about the future of their union, and would therefore be ready at a moment's notice, to fight for their section.
The main source of commerce in the North originated from its industrial boom during the Industrial revolution. With that occurrence, the Union army were able to be adequately supplied with weapons and other materials. This made their longevity in the civil war expected.
The ability for the Union to have the means of quickly moving supplies from one point to another created a huge advantage for the North. Given that the South lacked in that area, they were more at a disadvantage with regards to moving supplies compared to the Union. Therefore, the Union were readily prepared to undertake the war with heavy expectations of coming out victorious.