Civil War computer competency By: Angelica Sotelo
When did the civil war occur? • The civil war started in 1861 and ended in 1865.
Who was involved in the civil war? • The north and the south were part of the civil war.
What alliances were formed during the civil war? • Great Brittan • France • Spain
Who were the leaders for the Union? • He was born Feb. 12, 1809 near Hodgenville, Kentucky • Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the united states. • He was a lawyer. • He was president when the war started. • He was assassinated on Apr. 14, 1865 by John Wilkes Booth.
Stonewell Jackson was the confederate general. He was born January 21, 1824 In Clarksburg. In less than a year he was promoted twice. He fought in the Mexican war. Who were the leaders of the confederacy?
Fort Sumter • Fort Sumter was in April 12, 1861. • It was the first battle that started the civil war. • Nobody was killed in the battle. • South Carolina succeeded after Lincoln became president.
Battle of bull run • Started on July 21, 1861. • First battle of Manassas. Their was two wars of the battle of bull run. • The confederates won. • Ended July 21,1861
The war started in January 13, 1865. Commander was Gen. Alfred H. Terry. Was fought on the beach in Fort Fisher, North Carolina. Ended on January 15, 1865. battle of fort fisher
Battle of Appomattox courthouse • Started on April 9, 1865. • General Lee surrendered to General Grant and the American Civil War came to an end. • The union won this battle.
What are the main weapons and vehicles used during the civil war? • Cannons • 20-pounder Parrott rifle • 24-pounder Howitzer • Ambulance wagon
How did the Civil War affect America’s future? Many industries were made in the south. The north and south now work together.
How does the Civil War end? • The civil war ended with general Lee surrendered, in Virginia at Appomattox courthouse.
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