American Civil War 1861-1865

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American Civil War 1861-1865 by Mind Map: American Civil War 1861-1865

1. Effects

1.1. 13th Amendment

1.1.1. Abolished Slavery

1.2. 14th Amendment

1.2.1. All human rights given to citizens

1.3. 15th Amendment

1.3.1. Black males have the right to vote

2. Significant Figures

2.1. Abraham Lincoln

2.2. Ulysses S. Grant

2.3. Robert E. Lee

2.4. Jefferson Davis

2.5. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

2.6. George B. McClellnan

3. Causes

3.1. Anti-Slavery Tensions

3.2. States' Rights

3.3. Secession

3.3.1. Confederate States of America

3.3.1.1. South Carolina (December 1860)

3.3.1.2. Mississippi

3.3.1.3. Florida

3.3.1.4. Alabama

3.3.1.5. Georgia

3.3.1.6. Louisiana

3.3.1.7. Texas

3.4. Abraham Lincoln's Inauguration

4. Battles/Events

4.1. Battle of Bull Run

4.2. Shiloh

4.3. Peninsular Campaign

4.4. 2nd Bull Run

4.5. Antietam

4.5.1. Emancipation Proclamation

4.5.1.1. Freed all slaves in the Confederate States, and dashed the Confederacy's hopes of foreign recognition.

4.6. Fredericksburg

4.7. Chancellorsville

4.8. Vicksburg

4.9. Gettysburg

4.9.1. Turning Point

4.9.2. Gettysburg Address

4.10. Chattanooga

4.11. Appomattox

4.11.1. Robert E. Lee surrenders at Appomattox court

5. War Begins

5.1. Fort Sumter

5.1.1. Virginia, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina secede after the fall and join the Confederacy.

6. These 7 States specifically seceded before Lincoln took office in March. After the fall of Fort Sumter, 4 more states secede

7. Post-War

7.1. Reconstruction of the South

8. Results

8.1. Lee Surrenders; Confederates Lost

8.1.1. Probably due to lack of regional resources.

9. Blue = Union

10. Red = Confederacy

11. "Anaconda" Strategy