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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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12 20 1865 south carolina succeeds
12/20/1865 South Carolina Succeeds
  • Followed by Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas
  • Feb 9th 1861 Montgomery Alabama
  • Jefferson Davis Elected President
north
North
  • 22 Million White Residents
  • More Animals, Industry, Rail Road
  • Lincoln Inexperienced War Commander
  • Had to go on Offensive
  • Anaconda Plan
south
South
  • Mostly Farmers
  • Davis Secretary of War Previously
  • Don’t know who was Soldier
  • Defensive War in a Large Area
battle of bull run battle of manassas
Battle of Bull Run (Battle of Manassas)

General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

early fighting
Early Fighting

Ulysses S. Grant success in West

George McClellan

antietam
Antietam

13,000 Rebel and 12,000 US Causalities in one day

preliminary emancipation proclamation
Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation

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

gettysburg
Gettysburg

July 1 – 3 1863

Robert E. Lee

Four Score and …..

economy
Economy

Revenue Act of 1862

The Draft-Draft Riots

election of 1864
Election of 1864

George McClellan

General T. William Sherman

13 th amendment
13th Amendment

Outlaws Slavery

Sherman’s March to the Sea, Grant Surrounds Richmond

results
Results

Andrew Johnson President

360,000 North and 260,000 South Died, 4 Million Slaves Freed, one Man for

7 slaves