The Civil War<br />Aaron Fuhrman and Mike Perry <br />
Conflict that began in 1861 <br />And Ended in 1865 between <br />Northern States (Union) and<br /> Southern States that w...
1ST Battle of Bull Run was the first major<br /> battle of the Civil War. Fought on July 21, <br />1861, the outcome was a...
C<br />ompany C’s Captain Henry C. Kellogg<br />(Union Army)<br />http://www.civilwararchive.com/LETTERS/kellogg.htm<br />
ecember 1862        Battle of Fredericksburg<br />D<br />- General Burnside of the Union was relieved of his duties after ...
E<br />zra Church, GA<br />JULY 28, 1864<br />A Union Victory. Total <br />casualties were three thousand<br /> five hundr...
Confederate Flag<br />Union Flag<br />F<br />Confederate Flag<br />lags of the Civil War<br />Confederate Flag<br />Confed...
G<br />ettysburg<br />July 1-3, 1863<br />Battle of Gettysburg was the deadliest battle in the <br />Civil War. Although t...
H<br />ospitals<br />Portable Hospitals were set up near battle fields to look after <br />soldiers. Civilian homes and ba...
The purpose of an ironclad is to fight other ships and to attack forces on land. Naval Battles were an extremely important...
J<br />ohn Buford<br />John Buford was a Union General<br /> noted for his leadership during the<br /> Battle of Gettysbur...
K<br />elly’s Ford<br />Although this battle ended in a draw, this battle in Virginia said the stage for Brandy’s station ...
L<br />incoln<br />Abraham Lincoln, sixteen president of the United States, accepted war in attempts to save the Union. Hi...
M<br />uskets<br />Anything smaller than a cannon was considered small arms carried by soldiers. In the Civil War, the mus...
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  1. 1. The Civil War<br />Aaron Fuhrman and Mike Perry <br />
  2. 2. Conflict that began in 1861 <br />And Ended in 1865 between <br />Northern States (Union) and<br /> Southern States that withdrew <br />from the Union and formed<br /> the Confederacy. <br />A<br />merican Civil War<br />
  3. 3. 1ST Battle of Bull Run was the first major<br /> battle of the Civil War. Fought on July 21, <br />1861, the outcome was a Confederate Victory.<br />However, estimates conclude the battle took <br />Approximately 5,000 lives. 3,000 of those are <br />estimated to be that of Union men.<br />B<br />attles of Bull Run<br />2nd Battle of Bull Run was also a Confederate Victory. This battle is said to be one of the most decisive battles of the War. An estimated 22,180 casualties. Of those, 13,830 were aid to be Union soldiers.<br />
  4. 4. C<br />ompany C’s Captain Henry C. Kellogg<br />(Union Army)<br />http://www.civilwararchive.com/LETTERS/kellogg.htm<br />
  5. 5. ecember 1862 Battle of Fredericksburg<br />D<br />- General Burnside of the Union was relieved of his duties after the defeat at Fredericksburg by General Robert Lee. This battle was significant because it indicated that this War would not be a quick one and this easy win for the Confederates boosted troop moral and confidence. <br />
  6. 6. E<br />zra Church, GA<br />JULY 28, 1864<br />A Union Victory. Total <br />casualties were three thousand<br /> five hundred and sixty-two.<br /> Five hundred and <br />sixty-two of those casualties<br /> were men from the Union. <br />
  7. 7. Confederate Flag<br />Union Flag<br />F<br />Confederate Flag<br />lags of the Civil War<br />Confederate Flag<br />Confederate Flag<br />
  8. 8. G<br />ettysburg<br />July 1-3, 1863<br />Battle of Gettysburg was the deadliest battle in the <br />Civil War. Although the War would continue for two<br />more years after this battle, Confederates would never<br />recover from losses suffered at Gettysburg.<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WecNtD7Bsp0&feature=related<br />
  9. 9. H<br />ospitals<br />Portable Hospitals were set up near battle fields to look after <br />soldiers. Civilian homes and barns were often taken over by <br />Armies and turned into hospitals. Caring for the injured and <br />diseased during the Civil War was a major problem. <br />Mosquito bites, bad drinking water, and disease were among <br />some of the health issue the men faced. <br />
  10. 10. The purpose of an ironclad is to fight other ships and to attack forces on land. Naval Battles were an extremely important part of the war!<br />I<br />ronclad Battles <br />
  11. 11. J<br />ohn Buford<br />John Buford was a Union General<br /> noted for his leadership during the<br /> Battle of Gettysburg. When President<br />Lincoln was informed Buford came<br /> down with an illness and made him <br />Major General<br />http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/biographies/john-buford.htmland<br />
  12. 12. K<br />elly’s Ford<br />Although this battle ended in a draw, this battle in Virginia said the stage for Brandy’s station and Gettysburg. The battle at Kelly’s Ford was estimated to have two hundred casualties. It was fought on March 17, 1863 and Union forces withdrew in the early afternoon.<br />
  13. 13. L<br />incoln<br />Abraham Lincoln, sixteen president of the United States, accepted war in attempts to save the Union. His Emancipation Proclamation January 1, 1863 would forever free slaves in the Confederacy. Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth on April 14, 1865. Lincoln is also remembered for his remarkable Gettysburg Address. <br />
  14. 14. M<br />uskets<br />Anything smaller than a cannon was considered small arms carried by soldiers. In the Civil War, the musket was an extremely popular weapon. Springfield and Enfield rifles were among the most common. <br />
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