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Civil War . April 12 th 1861 To April 18 th 1865. http://research.surnames.com/images/civil_war_soldiers.jpg. States involved. California Connecticut Delaware Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Maine Maryland. Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Nevada New Hampshire

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Civil war

Civil War

April 12th 1861

To

April 18th 1865

http://research.surnames.com/images/civil_war_soldiers.jpg


States involved
States involved

  • California

  • Connecticut

  • Delaware

  • Illinois

  • Indiana

  • Iowa

  • Kansas

  • Kentucky

  • Maine

  • Maryland

  • Massachusetts

  • Michigan

  • Minnesota

  • Nevada

  • New Hampshire

  • New York

  • New Jersey

  • Ohio

  • Oregan

  • Pennsylvania

  • Rhode Island

  • Vermont

  • West Virginia

Union

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States involved pt 2
States involved Pt.2

  • Texas

  • Louisiana

  • Arkansas

  • Mississippi

  • Tennessee

  • Alabama

  • Georgia

  • Florida

  • South Carolina

  • North Carolina

  • Virginia

  • Delaware

  • Maryland

  • West Virginia

  • Missouri

Confederate

Border States


Alliances formed
Alliances Formed

  • England and France joined the confederate.

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The war of 1812
The War of 1812

  • President James Madison called for war in June of 1812

  • U.s prevented invasions from Canada's border.

  • British captured Washington D.C in august 1814

  • U.S + England signed a peace treaty in Belgium, December 24, 1814


The battle of fort sumter
The battle of Fort Sumter

April 12, 1861

  • Abraham Lincoln won the 1860 Presidential election

  • States rights and slavery

  • South Carolina secedes and demands U.S. Army withdraw through Charleston's harbor on January 1861

  • Brigadier general Beugard orders the attack of fort Sumter

  • The battle lasted for two days without casualties

  • Major Anderson Surrendered on April 14th.

The Beginning

Battle at fort Sumter


The first battle of bull run july 21 1861
The first battle of bull run!July 21, 1861

  • Union army in command by brigadier general Irvin McDowell

  • Hope to capture confederates capital of Richmond VA

  • Casualties

  • 2,896

  • Brigadier general Beauregard commanded the confederate army

  • Colonel Jackson held confederate ground against union forces allowing Beauregard's troops to gather reinforcements.

  • Casualties

  • 1,982

Union

Confederate


The battle of gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg

July 1-3, 1863

  • Major general George Meade led his army of the Potomac to fend off confederate troops invading the north

  • Union troops: 93,921

  • General Robert E. Lee was moving his troops north toward Philadelphia destroying any union troops in his way.

  • Confederate troops: 71,699

Union

Confederate


The second battle of fort fisher
The Second battle of Fort Fisher

January 13-15, 1865

  • Rear admiral David D. Porter commanded 60 ships.

  • Major General Alfred terry commanded 9,000 troops

  • Robert F. Hooke commanded 6,400 troops just north of the fort.

  • Major general W.H.C. Whiting commanded 1,900 troops at the fort.

Union

Confederate


Weapons

Pistols

Weapons

  • Colt 1851 Navy

  • Colt army 1860

  • Napoleon

  • Howitzer

  • Muzzle-loaded

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Ships

  • U.S.S Monitor

  • C.S.S North Carolina

Cannons

Rifles

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The civil wars affect on americans future

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The civil Wars affect on Americans future

  • Stopped slavery

  • North and south got along.


Civil war s end
Civil war’s ENDhttp://www.charlestlee.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/2008-logo_onevoicetoendslavery.jpg

  • After Appomattox, there were still minor battles as 175,000 confederate troops remained in the field

  • The final surrender of confederate troops occurred June 23,1865

  • Grant send out a letter requesting a surrender.

  • LEE SURRENDERD.

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