The civil war 1861-1865. Chapter 21 Girding for War: The North and South. DVD. Ken Burns The Civil War Episode 1 The Cause 1861. Disunited States. Causes Major Events Leading to War Reasons for Secession Lincoln’s First Inaugural 1861 Border States Brothers War Confederacy.
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Chapter 21 Girding for War: The North and South
Major Events Leading to War
Reasons for Secession
Lincoln’s First Inaugural 1861
Reasons for secession
“majority of numbers”
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware and
Pacific Railroad Act 1862
National Banking System 1863
Before his presidency
Promoting Union Pacific Railroad 1869
Firing on Fort Sumter April 1861
Battle of Bull Run 1861
Recruiting Immigrants for the
In this vivid engraving, South Carolina shore batteries under the command of P. G. T. Beauregard shell Fort Sumter, the last federal stronghold in Charleston Harbor, on the night of April 12, 1861. Curious and excited civilians look on from their rooftops, never suspecting the horrors that would be the outcome of this rash action.