When the Civil War began, the United States had only a tiny paid army. States had volunteer militias to help the regular army. The need for more men became greater and both sides started a draft or conscription. The South started it in 1862. The North started their draft in 1863.

Confederate Soldier

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When the Civil War began, the United States had only a tiny paid army. States had volunteer militias to help the regular army. The need for more men became greater and both sides started a draft or conscription. The South started it in 1862. The North started their draft in 1863.

Confederate Soldier

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