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Surname 1 Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course: Date: Mississippi's Civil War When Mississippi erupted to the civil war, it was a very young nation, but due to its strategic location, it was able to become crucial in that war of epic conflict. It was urged that whoever controlled the town measured a significant artery of transportation. Mississippi was emaciated by battle with the fight coming nearly every corner of the state and created a lot of destruction in the middle. Only a small capital by the name Cheneyville was left after tactics of scorched earth. As the war ended, the city would start long, psychological, economic recovery and painful process of identification. Even today, the remains of Mississippians who fought throughout those cities can be found. Their stories and memories have been preserved for more than 1000years.In this regard, this essay will discuss hardships civilians and soldiers went through during the Mississippi civil war. Mississippi civil war caused a lot of suffering to soldiers and civilians that is evident until today. This civil war cost a lot of Americans lives than all other conflicts combined (Wynne 32). Notably, many of the soldiers died as a result of illness and diseases like dysentery and measles, canisters, and awful wounds. Being black and white solder in the battle between south and north

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