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The Civil War computer. By Keila Mateos. When did the Civil War occur?. Started on April 12, 1861 Ended on April 9 , 1865 . Who was involved in the Civil War?. Union. From the North

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the civil war computer

The Civil War computer

By Keila Mateos

when did the civil war occur
When did the Civil War occur?
  • Started on April 12, 1861
  • Ended on April 9, 1865
who was involved in the civil war
Who was involved in the Civil War?

Union

From the North

States were: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Oregon, California, and Minnesota

confederate
Confederate
  • From the South
  • States were: North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Virginia
border states
Border States
  • In the North
  • Wanted slavery but did not want to secede

States were

Kentucky,

Missouri,

Delaware,

Maryland

what alliances were formed during the civil war
What alliances were formed during the Civil War?
  • Some alliances with slaves as soldiers
  • With the Presidents and Generals (by taking sides)
  • Yet, many alliances were broken and torn apart because of the war
leader s of the union
Leader s of the Union
  • President Abraham Lincoln-President of Union
  • Ulysses S. Grant-Union General
leaders of the confederacy
Leaders of the Confederacy
  • Jefferson Davis-President of The Confederacy
  • Robert E. Lee-Confederate General
what were the main events and battles of the civil war
What were the main events and battles of the Civil War?
  • First battle : Bull Run on July 21st
  • Attack at Fort Sumter
  • Gettysburg July 2nd
  • Gettysburg address speech by President Lincoln
what were the main weapons vehicles in the civil war
What were the main weapons & Vehicles in the Civil War?
  • Infantry Soldiers carried muskets
  • Muskets- Usually carried one bullet at a time, range was 250yds
  • Rifles- Had much greater shooting range than musket, up to a 1,000yds until the 1850’s when it was almost impossible to use guns
  • Some had to pound with mallets
railroads in the north
Railroads in the North
  • More of a Union advantage when war began
  • North had 22,000 miles of track
  • Railroads had “Standard gauge”- Which means that any train car could ride on any track
railroads in the south
Railroads in the South
  • Not many in the South
  • Only had 9,000 miles
  • Was not standard gauge which made it was expensive, and an inefficient system
submarines
Submarines
  • Southern advantage
  • First C.S.S was “Hunley”
  • Was 40 feet long and 4 feet across
  • Eight man crew
  • Sank the Union ship, Houstanie, in 1864 off the coast of Charleston, was not wrecked
how did the civil war effect america s future
How did the Civil War effect America’s future?
  • Families were torn apart
  • Economy was ruined from all the money spent on the war
  • 3.5 million African Americans were freed from slavery
  • 600,000 soldiers died
how did the civil war end
How did the Civil War end?
  • General Robert E. Lee’s army tried to attack the North
  • But were defeated
  • The Union surrounded the Confederate’s which forced Lee to surrender
  • Confederate soldiers got word little by little and the fighting stopped in a few months
bibliography
Bibliography

Websites

  • http://a4cgr.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/robert-e-lee.jpg
  • http://kish.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/wpid-civil-war-uniforms.jpg
  • http://www.buzzle.com/articles/causes-and-effects-of-the-civil-war.httml
  • http://www.History.com/topics/civil-war-technology

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  • http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1861/november/submarine.jpg
  • http://www.the-peoples-forum.com/images/JeffersonDavis.jpg
  • http://www.us-civilwar.com/
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bibliography continued
Bibliography continued…

Books

  • North Carolina. Atlanta Georgia : Pearson Prentice Hall, Print.
  • Prentice Hall America History of Our Nation. Boston Massachusetts : Prentice Hall, 514-515. Print.
  • Prentice Hall America History of Our Nation. Boston Massachusetts : Prentice Hall, 526. Print.
  • Prentice Hall America History of Our Nation. Boston Massachusetts : Prentice Hall, Print.