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By 1862, North Carolina was divided by more than region. In the Piedmont and mountains, secessionists had control of the government. In the Coastal Plain, there was vast Union troop occupation, from major battle losses in Washington, New Bern, Morehead City, Wilmington, Beaufort. All over the state, chaos was also the victor because of conditions such as diphtheria outbreaks; guerrilla forces called “buffaloes”; Confederate forces that were intermittently organized; military generals seizing governmental control in the void of political leadership.
New Bern, Battle of, N.C., 1862
; Butler, Benjamin Franklin, 1818-1893
; Burnside, Ambrose
; Fort Macon (N.C.)--Siege, 1862
; Pickett, George
; Hoke, Robert Frederick, 1837-1912
; Stanly, Edward, 1810-1872
; Lee, Robert E., 1807-1870
; Foster, John G., 1823-1874
; Roanoke Island--History
; Breckinridge, John C., 1821-1875
; Sigel, Franz, 1824-1902
; Elizabeth City--Civil War
; Washington--Civil War
; Colored Troops--Civil War
; Wild, Edward A., 1825-1891