The American Common War .


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Common War. A common war is a war between individuals of the same nation. ... The American Civil War was battled to keep the South from leaving the Union. ...
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The American Civil War – Beginnings

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Presidential race of 1860 In 1860, Stephan Douglas and Abraham Lincoln kept running against each other once more, this time for president. Lincoln had turned out to be surely understood from their level headed discussions about servitude. This time, Lincoln won, turning into the sixteenth president.

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Southern States withdraw Lincoln got no backing in the South, since they trusted Lincoln needed to end bondage. Since there were such a variety of more individuals in the North, he won the race in any case. When Lincoln won the decision, the South began to withdraw. This implies the South split from the Union. They no more needed to be a piece of the United States. Supporters of withdrawal construct their contentions in light of states\' rights. They had intentionally joined the union, so they could leave when they needed.

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Confederate States of America On December 20, 1860, South Carolina turned into the principal state to withdraw. They were trailed by Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas. The eleven expresses that had withdrawn framed the Confederate States of America. They named Jefferson Davis as president. They composed another Constitution which made servitude legitimate.

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Civil War A common war is a war between individuals of the same nation. There have been numerous common wars, however one of the most exceedingly awful happened in America. The American Civil War was battled to keep the South from leaving the Union. Bondage was the significant issue that isolated the North from the South.

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The Civil War started at Fort Sumter.

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Fort Sumter was in the South, and the Union experiences considerable difficulties the fortification. There were 23 states in the Union (North) toward the start of the war. There were 11 states in the Confederacy (South) toward the start of the war.

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North\'s Advantages The North had some significant points of interest. They had numerous more individuals furthermore had numerous more processing plants, which could be utilized to make weapons. The Union likewise had numerous more miles of railroad tracks.

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South\'s Advantages The South\'s primary preference was that they were battling at home. This would imply that they would be nearer to their supplies. They additionally would battle harder in light of the fact that they were ensuring their homes.

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Abraham Lincoln The president of the Union was Abraham Lincoln, who had been chosen in 1860.

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Jefferson Davis The president of the new Confederate States of America or the Confederacy was Jefferson Davis.

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Battle of Bull Run One of the main skirmishes of the war was the Battle of Bull Run. The North acknowledged after this fight the war would not be simple and would not be over soon.

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New Weapons Many new weapons were utilized amid the Civil War. One of these weapons was an ironclad boat. An ironclad boat was a boat with iron plates on it to shield it from gun shoot.

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Other new weapons Deadlier guns and shots More exact rifles

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Battle of Antietam The first run through the Confederacy attacked Northern domain was the Battle of Antietam. It was likewise the bloodiest fight day in United States history. 23,000 men lost their lives that day. The Union armed force ceased the Confederate armed force. This "triumph" by the Union allowed President Lincoln to report the abrogation of subjection in the South.

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Emancipation Proclamation The Emancipation Proclamation proclaimed that all slaves ought to be without set in the Confederacy. It likewise permitted blacks to serve in the Union armed force and naval force. The South overlooked the Emancipation Proclamation, however it changed to center of the war to the issue of bondage.

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Women in the Civil War Women on both sides worked amid the war. Numerous got to be medical caretakers. The most well known medical caretaker from the Union was Clara Barton. She additionally sorted out the American Red Cross.

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Battle of Gettysburg The Battle of Gettysburg was one of the bloodiest skirmishes of the war. 90,000 Union fighters battled 75,000 Confederate warriors. More than 50,000 men were murdered or injured in the fight.

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The Union won the Battle of Gettysburg. Numerous Northerners began supporting the armed force after this by loaning them cash to pay for the war. This was known as a war bond.

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Gettysburg Address After the Battle of Gettysburg, President Lincoln went to the front line to commit a graveyard out of appreciation for every one of the individuals who had kicked the bucket. Lincoln represented two minutes, yet his discourse turned out to be extremely well known. It is known as the Gettysburg Address.

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