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Marlon Miller. Civil War Started. The civil war started in 1861. they was fighting over states rights also slavery. Civil War Alliances. The Civil War Alliance is an informal association of independent units that work together to participate in sponsored reenactments. Leaders of the union.

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civil war started
Civil War Started
  • The civil war started in 1861. they was fighting over states rights also slavery.
civil war alliances

Civil War Alliances

The Civil War Alliance is an informal association of independent units that work together to participate in sponsored reenactments.

leaders of the union
Leaders of the union
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Ulysses s. grant
  • William t. Sherman
  • John brown

William T. Sherman facts……

Sherman was his own commander. His nickname was chump uncle billy.his years of service 1840-53,1861-84…

leaders of confederate
Leaders of confederate
  • Jefferson Davis
  • Robert E lee
  • Stonewall Jackson
  • Braxton Bragg

Jefferson Davis was born June 3, 1808, in that portion of Christian county, Kentucky. His first active service in the United States army was at posts in the North-west from 1828 to 1833.

fort sumter
Fort Sumter
  • April 12 1861,fort Sumter both sides was long battle. On March 5, 1861, the day after his inauguration as president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln received a message from Maj. Robert Anderson, commander of the U.S. troops holding Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor.
1 st battle of bull run
1st battle of bull run
  • In July 1861 president Lincoln to bring a quick end to the rebellion of the southern states. Adding to the strain was Lincoln's awareness that the ninety-day enlistments of the recruits who had responded to his call to arms after the attack on Fort Sumter were rapidly coming to an end.
battle of gettysburg
Battle of Gettysburg
  • This most famous and most important Civil War Battle occurred over three hot summer days, July 1 to July 3, 1863. In the North there were a threat attack from General Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army. Lee decided to attack the Union Army's defensive position at the southern end of Cemetery Ridge which he thought was less well defended.
battle of fort fisher
Battle of fort fisher
  • The Christmas Day 1864 attack by a joint army-navy Union force on Fort Fisher, the Confederacy's earthwork bastion that protected the South's remaining major port of Wilmington, N,C. Armed with 44 heavy cannon to protect the approaches to the Cape Fear River and 125 other cannon to be used in its defense, and manned by 1,500 soldiers, the fort was a formidable target.
battle of appomattox
Battle of Appomattox
  • April 8 - 9, 1865-Commanders Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, Gen. Robert E. Lee. April 8 found Lee and his army near Appomattox Court House, where they discovered Union cavalry blocking their way. Lee held a council of war with his top commanders that evening to discuss the prospects for continuing the struggle. The next morning, the gray soldiers would attempt to break through the Union force.
weapons and vehicles in thee civil war
Weapons and vehicles in thee civil war
  • The Union could have taken advantage of the machine gun, but, again, were reluctant to try new weapons. 
  • Rifle, known mostly for its use in the West, saw earlier use in the war.
  • modern armored fighting vehicles
  • Ambulance wagons, or wagons especially designed for the transport of sick and wounded, had not been in use in the armies of the United States until a year or so before the outbreak of the War of the Rebellion.
  • Transport carts, army wagons, ox teams, in fact anything that could be made available for the purpose, had been employed.
civil war affect american future
Civil war affect American future
  • It's a war waiting to happen, as proved by past experiences in civil rights, in the rights of all humans, the right that "all men are created equal."Imagine how the Black person, or Latino, felt and still feels when he or she, in this modern-day of "anything's acceptable," is still treated as less a person because of their race.
how does the civil war end
How does the civil war end
  • The Civil war ended with the surrender of Lee to Grant, in Virginia at Appomattox court.