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Civil War1861-1865http://www.jericobb.com/images/tempCivilWarHeader.jpgPresidential leadersUnited States president:Abraham LincolnPresident of the confederate states: Jefferson Davis

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CaliforniaConnecticutDelawareIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyMaineMarylandMassachusetts

Union StatesMichiganMinnesotaNevadaNew hamperedNew YorkNew jerseyOhioOregonPennsylvaniaRhode islandVermontWest Virginiahttp://www.flags.net/images/largeflags/UNKG4003.GIFConfederate StatesSouth CarolinaMississippiFloridaAlabamaGeorgiaLouisianaTexas

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http://www.gettysburgnorthsouthmarathon.com/images/USA_Map_1864_including_Civil_War_Divisions.pngConfederate AlliancesBritain and France The British saw the USA was a fast growing economic rival and they were not disappointed to see the USA divide up.The French wanted the influence from Mexico and they thought it would suit them if there were a new nation.Fort SumterApril 12-14,1861Fort Sumter, South CarolinaGeneral Robert Anderson (union)General Pierre T. Beauregard (confederate)The casualties union: 3 confederate: 0The significance of the battle is that it was the first battle that started the Civil War.

http://www.charlestonbatterytour.com/fort-sumter-fire.jpgFirst Battle of BullrunJuly 21, 1861Occoquan RiverGeneral Irvin McDowell (union)General Beauregard (confederate)The casualties: union: 2,896 confederate: 1,982The significance of the battle was this battle was the first major battle of the Civil War

http://www.kittyprint.com/KTP/Images/Battles/BullRun.jpgBattle of GettysburgJuly 1-3, 1863Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaGeneral Meade (union)General Robert E. Lee (confederate)The casualties union: 23,055confederate:23,231

http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1863/august/battle-gettysburg.jpgList killed, injured, missing on all slides.9Second battle of Fort FisherJanuary 13-15, 1865Fort Fisher, North CarolinaAlfred Terry (union) W.H.C Whiting (confederate)The casualties: union: 1,338 confederate: 583

http://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1865/february/battle-fort-fisher.jpgBattle of Appomattox courthouseApril 9, 1865Appomattox County, VALt. General Ulysses S. Grant (union) General Robert E. Lee (confederate)The casualties were union: 164 and confederate: 500 and 27,800 surrendered

http://www.knowledgerush.com/wiki_image/6/67/Appomattox_courthouse.jpgWeapons!!!The weapons that they used: Cannons-Napoleon that shot 12 poundsHowitzer that shot 12, 24, and 32 shotsAnd the effective range was of 250- 1700 yards

http://www.old-picture.com/civil-war/pictures/Artillery-Civil-War-001.jpgcontinuedRiflesMuzzles that shot 2-3 shots per minute.They were accurate from 100- 400 yardsPistolsColt 1851 Navy: Confederates this pistol was a single shot action, 6 shotColt Army 1860: Union this pistol was single action, 6 shotThey were both accurate of shooting about 75-100 yards

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http://images.wikia.com/deadliestwarrior/images/4/4c/Colt_1851_Navy_Revolver.jpgVehicles!!!!!TrainsWagonsBoats Horses

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http://www.blogcdn.com/www.bloggingohio.com/media/2007/01/uss_cincinnati_1862-1865_h63211.jpgHow the Civil war Personally effected meThe civil war personally effected me because now I am friends with a lot of different colored people the war ended lots of things. The war ended slavery which was a big deal for us people. If the war never happened who know where we would be right now I am so thankful for all the people who risked their lives for us.The end of the Civil War!!April 12, 1861 - June 23, 1865Fort Sumter, South CarolinaOccoquan RiverGettysburg, PennsylvaniaFort Fisher, North CarolinaAppomattox County, VA

General Robert Anderson (union)General Pierre T. Beauregard (confederate)General Irvin McDowell (union)General Beauregard (confederate)General Meade (union)General Robert E. Lee (confederate)General Alfred Terry (union)General W.H.C Whiting (confederate)Lt. General Ulysses S. Grant (union)General Robert E. Lee (confederate)The significance of the Civil War is that it ended a lot of things and stopped the fighting and killing.http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0dzX3ZadZVd7Y/610x.jpg16