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  1. BY Tanazia.whitfield Civil war computer competency

  2. When did the civil war occur • The civil war occurred on April the 12 1861 • Started when shot were fired on fort sumter

  3. Was involved in the civil war • Union or north • The south or confederates

  4. What was the alliances in the civil war Confederate alliances included great Britain and France.

  5. Leader of the union • Abraham Lincoln • Ulysses s grant

  6. Leader of confederates • Jefferson davis • Robert e lee

  7. Were the main events/battle of the civil war • Fort Sumter attacked in April 1861 when the war start. • Emancipation Proclamation September the 23 in 1862 • Gettysburg in July 1-3 1863 • Antietam in September the 17 1862

  8. Weapon at the civil war • The rifle • Sword • Artillery • Pistol • bayonet

  9. Transportation • Horses • Wagons • Trains • March

  10. How did the civil war effect in the future • Free the slaves • Woman rights movement

  11. How did the civil war ends • Confederate general Robert lee surrendered to union Ulysses grant. • It ended on April the 9 1865 • At Appomattox court house.

  12. Bayonet • Attached to rifle • Used to stab people • Could be thrown • Acted as a sword

  13. Trains of the civil war • They were cramped • It was slow • They were dirty • Not always available

  14. Fact about Robert lee • He was born 1807 • He die in 1870 • He was a general for the south • He was a brilliant general

  15. bibliography • Ryan, Joe. "biography of Robert." Robert e lee. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Mar 2011. <http://americancivilwar.com/south/lee.html>.