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By: T.J. Williams. Civil War Computer Competency. Who were the leaders for the Union?. Abraham Lincoln William T. Sherman John Brown Ulysses S. Grant . 5 Facts about Ulysses S. Grant. One of the generals Was on the Union side Americas 18 th president Born in 1822

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who were the leaders for the union
Who were the leaders for the Union?
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • William T. Sherman
  • John Brown
  • Ulysses S. Grant
5 facts about ulysses s grant
5 Facts about Ulysses S. Grant
  • One of the generals
  • Was on the Union side
  • Americas 18th president
  • Born in 1822
  • Grant died on July 23rd , 1885
who were the leaders for the confederacy
Who were the leaders for the Confederacy?
  • Jefferson Davison
  • Robert E. Lee
  • Stonewell Jackson
  • Braxton Bragg
5 facts about stonewell jackson
5 Facts about Stonewell Jackson
  • Was on the Confederacy side
  • Born in Clarksburg, Virginia in 1824
  • Graduated from West Point in 1846
  • 1857 marries Mary Morrison
  • 1863 he passes
who was involved in civil war union side
Who was involved in Civil War(Union Side)?

Union

  • Oregon, California
  • Minnesota, Iowa
  • Kansas, Wisconsin
  • Illinois, Indiana
  • Michigan, Ohio
  • Pennsylvania, New York
  • New Jersey, Connecticut
  • Massachusetts, Rhode Island
  • Vermont, New Hampshire
  • Maine
who was involved in the civil war border states
Who was involved in the Civil War(Border States)?

Border States

  • Missouri
  • Kentucky
  • Maryland
  • Delaware
  • West Virginia
who was involved the civil war confederate
Who was involved the Civil War(Confederate)

Confederate

  • Texas
  • Arkansas
  • Louisiana
  • Mississippi
  • Tennessee
  • Alabama
  • Georgia
  • Florida
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Virginia
when did the civil war start and end
When did the Civil War start and end?
  • It started on April 12, 1861.
  • They think that the war ended on April 9, 1865
what alliance were formed during the civil war
What alliance were formed during the Civil War?
  • Great Britain and France joined the South
main events in civil war
Main Events in Civil War
  • April 1861,Attack on Fort Sumter
  • April 1861,Four More States Join the Confederacy
  • May 1862,"Stonewall" Jackson Defeats Union Forces
  • July 1862,The Seven Days' Battles
  • March 1863 The First Conscription Act
  • November 1864,Abraham Lincoln Is Re-Elected
  • April 1865,Surrender at Appomattox Courthouse
weapons and vehicles used in the civil war
Weapons and Vehicles used in the Civil War

Weapons And Vehicles

  • Muskets
  • Springfields
  • Handcars(Used for railroads mostly)
how did the civil war end
How did the Civil War end?
  • Civil war ended with the surrender of Lee to Grant, in Virginia at Appomattox court on April 9, 1865
civil war affect on america s future
Civil War affect on America’s FUTURE!
  • White people and African Americans were going to start coming together
  • And America was going to have recover and come together as 1
citations
Citations
  • Crompton, Samuel W., ed. Ulysses S. Grant. New York, NY: Chelsea House, 2009. Print.
  • Koestler-Grack, Rachel A., ed. Stonewell Jackson. New York, NY: Chelsea House, 2009. Print.
  • http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_did_the_Civil_War_end
  • http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/cwphtml/tl1865.html