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Civil War
April 12th 1861- April 9th 1865
Anthony Mandola
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Presidential leaders
• The United states of
America: Abraham
Lincoln
• Confederate states of
America: Jefferson Davis
Confederate states of America
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South Carolina
Mississippi
Florida
Alabama
Georgia
Louisiana
Texas
Virginia
Arkansas
Tennessee
North Carolina
The union
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California
Connecticut
Delaware
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Minnesota
Nevada
New Hampshire
New York
New jersey
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Ohio
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode island
Vermont
West Virginia
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Border states
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West Virginia
Kentucky
Missouri
Delaware
Maryland
Alliances in the Civil War
• France
• England
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confederates because
France wanted Mexico
under its control and
Britain saw America was
becoming a nation that
could rival it so they
supplied the
confederates with
weapons supplies and
troops
Battle of Fort Sumter
• Fort Sumter April 6th
1861- April 14th 1861
• Union leader was Major
Anderson
• Confederate leader was
General Beauregard
• Casualties- O
• The significance of the
battle was that It
started the Civil War
The 1st Battle of Bull Run
• Date- July 21st 1861
• Location-Occoquan River
• Union general was Irvin
McDowell
• Confederate leaders were
brigadier general Beauregard
,colonel Jackson
• Casualties• Union- 2,896
• Confederate- 1,982
• The main impact of this battle
was that both the sides realized
the effects of the war
Battle of Gettysburg
• Dates- July 1st 1863- July 3rd 1863
• Location- Gettysburg
Pennsylvania
• Union leader was Major General
George Meade
• Confederate leader was general
Robert E Lee
• Casualties:
• Union- 23,055
• Confederates- 23,231
• The significance of this battle was
that it was the turning point for
the Union it was also the
bloodiest battle
The 2nd Battle of Fort Fisher
• Dates- July 13th 1865 – July 15th
1865
• Location- fort fisher north
Carolina
• Union leaders were Major
General Alfred Terry, rear Admiral
David D. Porter
• Confederate leaders were Major
General W.H.C Whiting , Robert F.
Hoke
• Casualties• Union- 1,338’
• Confederate- 583
• The significance of this battle is
the union closed down the last
remaining confederate port
The Battle of Appomattox Courthouse
• Dates: April 9th 1865
• Location: Appomattox Virginia
• Union leader was general
Ulysses S Grant
• Confederate leader was
General Robert E Lee
• Casualties:
• Union- 164
• Confederate- 500 and 27,800
surrendered
• The significances of this battle
was it was the end of the civil
war
union
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Civil war weapons
Cannons- the napoleon shot 12
pound shots
the howitzer shot 12, 24 and 32
pound shots both cannons had an
effective range of 250 – 1700
Rifles- used from 1859- 1872
Muzzle loaded
2- 3 shots per minute
Accurate from 100- 400 yards
PistolsUnion- Colt Army 1860
Single action six shot
Confederate- Colt 1851 Navy
Single action six shot
Both were accurate 75 – 100 yards
Swords- officers, and bayonets
Confederacy
Transportation
• Ships• Union- the U.S.S
Monitor
• Confederate- C.S.S
North Carolina
• Horses
• Trains
End of the civil war
• Date- June 23rd
• Location- Appomattox
• Union leaders: Ulysses S
Grant
• Confederate leadersRobert E Lee
• The significances of this
was that the war
between the north and
south was over
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affect was that slaves were freed and
slavery was no longer legal. The other
affect on the future was that the northern
and southern states are now united once
again.
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Abraham Lincoln picturehttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/44/Abraham_Lincoln_head_on_shoulders_photo_portrait.jpg/244pxAbraham_Lincoln_head_on_shoulders_photo_portrait.jpg
Jefferson Davis picture- http://www.knowledgehouse.info/images/Jefferson_Davis.png
Map of union states- http://tuckahoe.wikispaces.com/file/view/Civil_War_USA_Map.png/30543122/Civil_War_USA_Map.png
Map of confederate states- http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c5/US_map_1864_Civil_War_divisions.svg/250pxUS_map_1864_Civil_War_divisions.svg.png
Map of border states- http://www.civilwarinfoguide.com/images/american_civil_war_map.gif
British flag picture- http://www.british-flag.org/british-640.gif
French flag picture-http://www.altiusdirectory.com/Travel/images/France%20Flag%20of%20Civil%20and%20Naval%20Ensign.png
Fort Sumter picture-http://www.charlestonbatterytour.com/fort-sumter-fire.jpg
1st battle of bull run picture-http://www.xtimeline.com/evt/view.aspx?id=105352
2nd battle of fort fisher picture-http://www.ncgenweb.us/mcdowell/military/Battle_of_Fort_Fisher.png
The battle of Appomattox courthouse -http://cwmemory.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/the_last_salute_lg.jpg
Napoleon cannon picture- http://www.modelsandhobbies4u.com.au/files/napoleon%20cannon.jpg
Howitzer cannon picturehttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4c/American_Civil_War_era_12_lb_howitzer_cannon_used_in_the_battle_of_Corydon_ree
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Rifle picture- http://www.by-the-sword.com/acatalog/Civil_War_Muskets_and_Rifles_Non_Firingt1.jpg
Sword picture-http://niahd.wm.edu/attachments/19464.jpg
Colt army 1860-http://www.armsportllc.net/engraved_colt_1860_army_full.jpg
Colt 1851 navy- http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_aQNtsIbdNrw/SwHFbjDO6wI/AAAAAAAAAg0/Wcdyok7T6Yk/s1600/1851_navy_lg.jpg
U.s.s monitor picture- http://misc.kitreview.com/shipreviews/images/ussmonitorreviewbg_1.jpg
C.s.s north Carolina picture- http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_PJX1UI4Hvy0/TJKpKpWwm3I/AAAAAAAABqg/sYi9fx2oPLQ/s1600/h52526.jpg
Horse transportation picture- http://horseapproved.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/civil-war-bw.jpg
Train picture- http://www.poconohistory.com/images/historyGraphics/counties/CivilWarTrain.jpg
End of civil war picture- http://m http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_PJX1UI4Hvy0/TJKpKpWwm3I/AAAAAAAABqg/sYi9fx2oPLQ/s1600/h52526.jpg
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