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The civil war . By: Tyree Cox. When did the civil war occurred. The civil war occurred at fort sumpter , South Carolina. April 12, 1861 and the war ended June 23, 1865 at the Appomattox courthouse The main causes of the war is slavery & states rights The c civil war ended April 9, 1865.

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the civil war

The civil war

By: Tyree Cox

when did the civil war occurred

When did the civil war occurred

The civil war occurred at fort sumpter, South Carolina. April 12, 1861 and the war ended June 23, 1865 at the Appomattox courthouse

The main causes of the war is slavery & states rights

The c civil war ended April 9, 1865

who was involved in the civil war

Who was involved in the civil war

The union states

The boarder states

The confederate states

what alliances was formed during the civil war

What alliances was formed during the civil war

Union states

Confederate states

South Carolina

Mississippi

Florida

Alabama

Georgia

Tennessee

North Carolina

Virgina

Arkansas

California Minnesota

Connecticut Nevada

Delaware New Hampshire

Iowa New York

Kansas Ohio

Kentucky Pennsylvania

Main Vermont

Maryland

Oregon

Rhode island

West Virginia

Massachusetts

Michigan

Boarder States

Missouri

Kentucky

West Virginia

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Who were the main leaders of the union and the confederates and main events & battles of the civil war
  • Abraham Lincoln-Was the U.s president He was presidential candidate November 8 ,1860
  • Jefferson Davis-President of the confederacy
  • Ulysses Grant- Union General
  • Robert E. Lee – Confederate General
battle of fort sumpter
Battle of Fort sumpter
  • April 12, 1861
  • Fort sumpter ,South Carolina
  • Major Anderson
  • General Brigadier Beauregard
  • No casualties
  • The Significance of the battle was it was the start of the civil war

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battle of the bull run
Battle of the bull run
  • July 21, 1861
  • Richmond ,Virginia
  • General Brigadier Irvin McDowell commanded the union army.
  • General Brigadier Beauregard commanded the confederate army

CasualtiesUnion- 460 killed

1,142 wounded 1,312 captured/ Missing

confederate-387 killed

1,582 wounded 13 missing

Significance of the battle is it was the first major land battle of the civil war. It made the war really real for many people.

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battle of gettysburg
Battle of Gettysburg
  • July 1-3, 1863
  • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
  • Major general George Meade .
  • General Robert E. Lee
  • Union Casulties-3,155 killed, 14,531 injured, 5,369 captured/missing
  • Confederates Casualties- 4,708 killed, 12,693 wounded, 5,830
  • The significance of the battle was it was the union turning point.

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the battle of fort fisher
The Battle of Fort Fisher

January 13-15 1865

Fort fisher Wilmington, North Carolina

  • Major general Alfred Terry commanded 9,000
  • Rear Admiral David D. Porter commanded 60 ships for the union army
  • Major general William H.C Whiting commanded 1,900 at the fort
  • Robert F. Hoke commanded 6,400 troops just north of the fort
  • Casualties Union- 1,341 dead & wounded
  • Confederate-583 Dead & wounded
  • The significance of the battle was the union shut down their port Which mean the confederates surrendered. The union cutted the confederate supply off.

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battle of appomattox
Battle of Appomattox
  • April 19, 1865
  • Appomattox, Virginia
  • Union General Ulysses S. Grant
  • Confederate General Robert E. Lee
  • Union casualties 164 killed and wounded
  • Confederate casualties 500 killed and wounded
  • The significance of the battle was it was the last battle

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weapons
Weapons
  • Cannons napoleon- 12 pound shot , effective range of 250-1770
  • Rifles -Muzzleloader , 2-3 shots per/ minute , accurate from 100-400 yards. Used by the union and the confederate army’s
  • Pistols colt 1851 navy , single action , 6 shots
  • Colt arm 1860 : union single action , 6 shot
  • Both of the colts is accurate 75-100 yards
  • 1850’s army officer’s sword
  • Ironclad Ships war ships
transportation
Transportation
  • Horse carriages- Mostly wooden with some type of written name or of some sort of name on the side
  • Steamed boat
  • Trains- the trains was for transporting some goods. And the train transported people to.
  • And walking
how did the civil war end
How did the civil war end
  • Ended at Appomattox courthouse when General Robert E. Lee & Ulysses Grant signed the surrender agreement.
  • June 23, 1865
how did the civil war affect the america s future
How did the civil war affect the America's future
  • Although the result from civil war freed over 4 million slaves, the nation seen the battle over racial inequality
thank you

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I hope everyone learn something today from this presentation