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Jeff jaimen ect.what were the effects of the civil war

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  • 1. What were the effects of the Civil War? Jeff, Tallon, Brandon, Devon, Jaimen, Tyrone
  • 2. Ku Klux Klan
    • There are many effects of the civil war like, after the war the south had many bitter feelings about the war and the Ku Klux Klan came to be.  Some other effects the civil war had was inflation and after that money wasn't worth as much as it was before.    That is the only reason why the war lasted so long because the north had a lot more supplies and people and the north knew the short cuts and were more experienced.  
  • 3. The South in ruins
    • The south was in ruins because most of the biggest battles were in the south because the south played defense and the north played offense except the battle of Gettysburg that  was the only battle that the south attacked and the north defended. 
  • 4. Work and pay
    •   After the civil  war was over some of the slaves didn't know what to do so they went back to the same farm they worked on and got paid. 
  • 5. Reunited
    •   The south was placed under military rule and moved into districts and they had to reapply into the Union.  The nation was reunited and the southern states were not able to secede . 

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