The Civil War.... Civil War 1861-1865
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The Civil War...
Civil War1861-1865http://research.surnames.com/images/civil_war_soldiers.jpgWho Was Involved?The Confederate States.
-Virginia-North Carolina-South Carolina-Georgia-Tennessee-Mississippi-Florida-Alabama-Arkansas-Texas-Louisiana
http://uploads.neatorama.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/ConfederateArmyPhoto.jpgThe Union States.
-Kansas-Illinois-Minnesota-Wisconsin-Michigan-Iowa-Ohio-Pennsylvania-New York-Maine-New Jersey-Massachusetts-Connecticut
http://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/96/l_2856ed8a5c714c538bbae58b0d770bbd.jpgBorder States.-Missouri-Kentucky-Delaware-Maryland-West Virginia
President of the United States of America!http://www.visitingdc.com/images/abraham-lincoln-picture.jpgJefferson Davis
President of the Confederate States of America.http://richmondthenandnow.com/Images/Famous-People/Jefferson-Davis.jpg
Allies ?Confederacy Allies were France and Great Britain. They needed alliances so they can have more artillery and weapons.http://www.squidoo.com/Civil-War-Part-2Battle At Fort Sumter!April 12-14, 1861Fort Sumter, South CarolinaBrigadier General Beauregard(Confederacy)Major Anderson(Union)No Casualties The significance is that this was the battle that started the war
http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1861/april/attack-fort-sumter.jpgFirst Battle of Bull Run.July 21, 1861Prince William County, VirginiaBrig. Gen. Irvin McDowell (Union)P.G.T. Beauregard (Confederacy)Union- 2, 896 CasualtiesConfederacy- 1, 982 CasualtiesThe significance is that they both realized that the war was going to be more longer and have more casualties
http://www.reflectionsgallerytn.com/images/troiani/new_yorks_bravest_lg.jpgBattle Of Gettysburg!July 1-3, 1863Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaMajor General George Meade (Union)General Robert E. Lee (Confederate)Union Troops: 93,921 CasualtiesConfederate Troops: 71,699 CasualtiesThe significance was that this battle had the most deaths and casualties and it was the turning point for the Union
http://www.amoeba.com/dynamic-images/blog/Job/Battle_of_Gettysburg_By_Currier_and_Ives.pngSecond Battle at Fort Fisher!January 13-15, 1865Wilmington, North CarolinaMajor General Alfred and Rear Admiral David D. Porter (Union)Major General W.H.C. Whiting and Robert F. Hoke (Confederacy)Union-1,338 CasualtiesConfederate-583 CasualtiesThe significance of this battle is that the Union sealed off the last port
http://www.johnpaulstrain.com/images/art/medium/landing-at-fort-fisher-500L.jpgBattle of AppomattoxApril 8 - 9, 1865Appomattox County, VirginiaGeneral Lee (Confederate)General Grant (Union)Union: 164 CasualtiesConfederate: 500 and 27,800 surrendered CasualtiesThe significance of this battle is that it ended the war
http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1863/december/civil-war-ships-captured.jpgThe Civil War Ending.When General Lee surrendered there were at least 175,000 more troops out there still fighting minor battles until June 23, 1865 the remaining troops surrendered.
http://listverse.files.wordpress.com/2009/01/610x-7.jpgHow Did This Effect Our Future?This effected our future in a tremendous way! Because of the Civil War we do not have slaves. Also, our country wouldnt be united together, instead well be living in the Confederate states of America!