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Civil War. April 12,1861-April19,1865. Presidential Leaders. President Of Union States. President of Confederate States. Jefferson Davis. Abraham Lincon. Who was involved? . Union( Non Slave States). More Union States. Maryland Vermont Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Nevada

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Civil war

Civil War

April 12,1861-April19,1865


Presidential leaders

Presidential Leaders

President Of Union States

President of Confederate States

Jefferson Davis

  • Abraham Lincon


Who was involved

Who was involved?

Union( Non Slave States)

More Union States

Maryland

Vermont

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Nevada

New Hampshire

West Virginia

New York

New Jersey

Ohio

Oregon

Pennsylvania

  • California

  • Connecticut

  • Delaware

  • Illinois

  • Indiana

  • Rhode Island

  • Iowa

  • Kansas

  • Kentucky

  • Maine


Who was involved1

Who was involved?

Confederate States(Slave States)

Green: Confederate States

  • South Carolina

  • Mississippi

  • Florida

  • Alabama

  • Georgia

  • Louisiana

  • Texas

  • Arkansas

  • North Carolina

  • Tennessee


Who was involved2

Who was involved?

Border States

Light Blue= Border States

Dark Blue= Union

Red= Confederate

  • West Virginia

  • Kentucky

  • Missouri


What alliances were formed during the civil war

What alliances were formed during the Civil War?

  • The Allies were Britain And France.

  • The reason why the south needed these allies was for supplies.

  • The Union States were big on manufacturing and the Confederate States were big on farming they had no supplies.

  • The Union States needed no supplies.


Battle at fort sumter

Battle at Fort Sumter

  • This war occurred on April 12, 1861

  • This battle took place in South Carolina.

  • The generals of this battle was, Union: Major Anderson, Confederate: General Beauregard.

  • The this battle lasted two days WITHOUT any casualties.

  • Major Anderson surrendered on April 14,1861.

  • President Lincon called for 75,000 more troops. This caused four more states to succeed.

  • General Beauregard ordered attack on Fort Sumters.


First battle of bull run

First Battle of Bull Run

  • This battle occurred on July21,1861.

  • It took place at the Occoquan River which was in Richmond, VA

  • The Union was under command by Brigadier General Irvin McDowell. The Confederate was under command by Brigadier General Beauregard.

  • The Casualties of, Union was,2,896

  • The Casualties of the Confederate was 1,982.

  • Colnel Jackson held Confederate ground against Union forces allowing Beauregard's troops to gather reinforcements.


The battle of gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg

  • This battle occurred on July1,1865 and ended on July3,1865.

  • This battle took place Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

  • The Union Troops were lead by, Major General George Mead.

  • The Confederate Troops were lead by, General Robert E. Lee.

  • The Casalities of day one of the Battle of Gettysburg, The Union Troops were 93,921.

  • The Casalities of The Confederate Troops were 71,699.

  • On the first day the Confederate Troops Sent Union Troops Running.

  • Robert E. Lee was moving his troops North towards Philadelphia destroying any Union Troops along the way.

  • The Most Casualties.

  • This battle lasted three days.


Second battle of fort fisher

Second Battle of Fort Fisher!

  • This battle took place in Wilmington, North Carolina April 12 – 14, 1861

  • Union Generals: General Alfred Terry, he commanded 9,000 troops And Rear Admiral David D. Porter commanded 60 ships!

  • Confederate Generals: Major General W.H.C. Whiting commanded 1,900 troops at the fort And Robert F. Hoke commanded 6,400 troops just north of the fort.

  • The Casualties of this war was, Union: 1,338

  • And the Casualties for the Confederate was, 583

  • The significance of this war was that Fort Fisher was the only port on the east coast. Fort Fisher was made of sand. General Terry landed his troops in between Hoke’s troops and Fort Fisher and moved south towards the fort. The Union sealed off this port causing the Confederate’s supplies to stop shipping.

  • Hoke didn’t engage


Appomattox courthouse

Appomattox Courthouse

  • This battle took place in Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia. On April 7-9.

  • The General that lead the Union troops was, General Grant.

  • And the General that lead the Confederate troops was, General Lee.

  • The casualties of this war for the Confederate was, 500 and 27,800 surrendered.

  • The casualties for the Union troops was, 164.

  • The significance of this battle was that April 7th Grant sent Lee a letter requesting a surrender.

  • Lee was waiting for supply trains at the Appomattox Station.

  • April 8th Union Cavalry arrived first and burned the supplies. And that Lee withdrew on April 9th .


Weapons

Weapons

  • Cannons

  • Pistols

  • Rifles

  • Swords

  • Ships


Transportation

Transportation

  • Trains

  • Horses


How did the civil war effect america s future

How did the Civil War effect America’s Future?

  • The Civil War made a great impact on our world today. The reason that I think this because without the Civil War African Americans would not have the freedom that we do today. Without the Union winning there would most likely be more and more battle similar to the Civil War until slavery was ended.


The end of the war

The End of The War

  • The ending of the war was because of the Surrender of General Robert E. Lee on April 9th at 11:50 am.

  • It happened after the battle of Appomattox, but after the surrender there were still minor battles going on around the country.

  • The final surrender of the Confederate troops was on June 23, 1865.

  • The terms on General Robert E. Lee’s Surrender was that Major artillery would be turned over.

  • Side arms, horses, and mules would remain.

  • No imprisonment for treason.


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