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The civil war

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  • 1. The Civil War<br />Riley Crowford<br />
  • 2. Table of Contents<br />The Build Up<br />The Two Sides<br />The Leaders<br />Major Battles<br />More Major Battles<br />End to the War<br />Bibliography<br />
  • 3. The Build Up<br />Secession Crisis<br />South Carolina first to secede<br />Others followed suit<br />Fort Sumter<br />Southern troops fired on Fort Sumter April 12th 1861<br />Build up of armies on both sides<br />
  • 4. The two sides<br />The North (Union)<br />More urban society<br />Industrialized<br />Abolitionists<br />Supported strong federal government<br />The South (Confederate)<br />More agrarian society<br />Rural<br />Pro-Slavery<br />Promoted strong state government<br />
  • 5. The Leaders<br />The North (Union)<br />Abraham Lincoln (President)<br />Ulyses S. Grant (General)<br />William Tecumseh Sherman (General)<br />Frederick Douglas (Abolitionist)<br />The South (Confederate)<br />Jefferson Davis (President)<br />Robert E. Lee (General)<br />Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson (General)<br />
  • 6. Major Battles<br />First Battle of Bull Run<br />Also known as first Manassas<br />Southern victory<br />Proved war was going to be long and strenuous<br />
  • 7. More Major Battles<br />Gettysburg<br />Started as a small skirmish in Pennsylvania<br />Northern victory<br />Led to Gettysburg address<br />
  • 8. End to the War<br />Appomattox Courthouse<br />Complete surrender of Southern forces<br />Lincoln Assassination<br />Killed by Southerner John Wilkes Booth<br />Seen as last casualty of the Civil War<br />Made reconstruction a nightmare for the South<br />
  • 9. Bibliography<br />http://pricelessprovider.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=146&zenid=76a4338a0b0dc4f9dc8eb019a0979ee8<br />http://division-reconciliation-p5.wikispaces.com/Analysis+of+Stonewall+Jackson's+Letter<br />http://www.bibliobase.com/history/us/resources/students/primary/gettysburg.htm<br />

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