12/20/1865 South Carolina Succeeds. Followed by Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas Feb 9 th 1861 Montgomery Alabama Jefferson Davis Elected President . Fort Sumter . North . 22 Million White Residents More Animals, Industry, Rail Road
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General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson
Ulysses S. Grant success in West
13,000 Rebel and 12,000 US Causalities in one day
Slaves had been an advantage to the South, they still worked the fields and
Captured Slaves had to been cared for by the Union. Now Slaves could
Be Soldiers for the Union.
Eventually 180,000 Served
July 1 – 3 1863
Robert E. Lee
Four Score and …..
Revenue Act of 1862
The Draft-Draft Riots
General T. William Sherman
Sherman’s March to the Sea, Grant Surrounds Richmond
John Wilkes Booth
Andrew Johnson President
360,000 North and 260,000 South Died, 4 Million Slaves Freed, one Man for