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American Civil War. By: Youssef Badr AOI: Human Ingenuity How can the past become the future?. Who was the war against?. It was Southern part of the U.S. vs. Northern part of the U.S. Where did the war take place?. The war occurred in numerous parts of the U.S.A.

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American civil war

American Civil War

By: Youssef Badr

AOI: Human Ingenuity

How can the past become the future?


Who was the war against

Who was the war against?

It was Southern part of the U.S. vs. Northern part of the U.S.


Where did the war take place

Where did the war take place?

The war occurred in numerous parts of the U.S.A.


What happened to make the war start

What happened to make the war start?

Abraham Lincoln wanted to make Confederacy become part of the U.S. again.


When did the war occur

When did the war occur?

It occurred between 1861 - 1865.


Why did the southern part of the u s be apart of the u s

Why did the Southern part of the U.S. be apart of the U.S.

Because the white people of the Southern didn't find it fair that the Northern told them what to do. They were also jealous because they were richer.


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THE END :)

Biliogrophy: http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/northamerica/after1500/history/civilwar.htm

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