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Civil War!Made by: Gina WrightApril 12, 1861 April 9, 1865http://thundafunda.com/393/?level=picture&id=3188
Who was involved with the Civil War?
Led by Abraham LincolnStates include: California, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, new Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, and WisconsinUnion
Led by: Jefferson DavisStates include: South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, TennesseeConfederacy
SlaveryStates RightsWhat are the Causes of the war?http://www.romancortes.com/arcimbolder/i/base.png
Border states are the states that did not succeed from the union but were still slave states during the war.States include: Maryland, Kentucky, West Virginia, Delaware and MissouriBorder Stateshttp://www.jonesawards.com/ProductImages/large/BNT04.jpg
Blue: UnionRed: ConfederacyGrey: Border State
Were there Alliances?http://www.kitchenmakeovers.net/Portals/88013/images/question-marks.jpg
Union Alliances: None!Confederate Alliances: Great Britain and France
Why did the south need the alliances?-Because there were more states in the Union then the Confederacy.Allianceshttp://farm3.static.flickr.com/2479/3718317208_56aa4290d1.jpg
LeadersUnion President was Abraham LincolnConfederacy Jefferson Davis
Date: April 12 April 14 1861Location: Harbor of Charleston South CarolinaUnion Command: Major AndersonConfederate General: General BeauregardCasualties: None!Significance: The first battle! Fort Sumter
http://www.bluegrayreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/Major_Robert_Anderson.jpgGeneral Beauregardhttp://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/Confederate_Generals/General_P_G_T_Beauregard.jpgMajor Anderson
First Battle of Bull Run Date: July 21- 22 1861 Location: Near Occoquan river, Virginia Union command: Brigadier General Irvin Mc. Dowell Confederacy command: Brigadier General Beauregard Casualties: 1492 with 1216 missing Significance: A wake up call for both sides that it was going to be a long bloody war.
Brigadier General Beauregardhttp://www.usskidd.com/images/Pgt-beauregard.jpg
Brigadier General Irvin Mc. Dowell://0.tqn.com/d/militaryhistory/1/0/Mhttp/2/-/-/McDowell3.jpg
First Battle of Bull Runhttp://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1861/august/bull-run-battle.jpg
Date: 1-3 1863Location: Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaUnion command: Major General George MeadeConfederate command: General Robert E. LeeCasualties: 7863Significance: Most kills and very Bloody!
Battle of Gettysburg
General Robert E. Lee
Major General George Meadehttp://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1863/general-george-meade.jpg
Battle of Gettysburghttp://www.amoeba.com/dynamic-images/blog/Job/Battle_of_Gettysburg_By_Currier_and_Ives.png
Date: January 13-15 1865Location: Fort Fisher, The only open port on the East coastUnion Command: Major General Alfred TerryConfederacy Command: Major General W.H.C. Whiting and Robert F. HokeCasualties: 2021Significance: Turning point for the Union2nd Battle of Fort Fisher
Major General Alfred Terryhttp://1.bp.blogspot.com/_jksu5DxMK60/TTiz-fMB-0I/AAAAAAAAFNc/TWerWeh9AGU/s1600/Gen.+Alfred+Terry+5.jpg
Major General W.H.C. Whitinghttp://www.eisimplify.com/FortFisher/whiting.jpg
2nd Battle of Fort Fisherhttp://1.bp.blogspot.com/_S-y7-UCNxTc/TR_5QjhRC3I/AAAAAAAAETM/L8CzKq5pVQU/s1600/DSC_0209.JPG
April 9th 1865Location: near Courthouse of Appomattox, VirginiaUnion command: General Robert E. LeeConfederate command: Ulysses S. GrantCasualties: 664Significance: End of the war when the confederates surrendered
Battle of Appomattox courthouse
General Robert E. Leehttp://www.sonofthesouth.net/leefoundation/civil-war/1863/general-george-meade.jpg
Ulysses S. Granthttp://www.sonofthesouth.net/union-generals/ulysses-s-grant/pictures/general-grant-standing.jpg
Battle of Appomattox courthousehttp://www.framery.com/SaluteOfHonor.jpg
Cannons!Napoleon: 12 pound shotHowitzer: 12, 24 and 32 pound shotEffective range: 250-1700 yardRifles: Used from 1859-1872 by Confederates and Union soldiers.Muzzle loaded2-3 shots per minuteAccuracy is from 75 to 100 yards!
Swords1850 Army officers swordBayonet: cl7.ose range, attached to the rifleWeapons
ShipsU.S.S. MonitorFully Armored shipRotating gun torrentC.S.S. North CarolinaTrainsVery helpfulIntrastate and interstateHorsesUsed in battleTransportation / Vehicles
I think the Civil war effected the future of America with a large impact. I think that if there was no Civil war then the United States would be separate from the confederate states and slavery may very well still exist in the Confederate state. I believe it was a good thing for the Civil war to occur because of the laws that were passed because of this war.How did the Civil war affect the future of America?http://www.computer-wallpaper-backgrounds.com/wallpaper/1680x1050/background-patterns/cool-background-red.jpg
The surrender of the Confederacy was on April 9th 1865The final surrender was June 23, 1865There was no imprisonment for TreasonGeneral Robert E. Lee was the first to surrender in April of 1865The soon put a stop to slavery and reunited the Union and Confederacy
End of the Civil war!
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