The american civil war

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1. union states

1.1. delaware

1.2. pennsylvania

1.3. new jersey

1.4. georgia

1.5. connecticut

1.6. massachusetts

1.7. maryland

1.8. south carolina

1.9. new hampshire

1.10. virginia

1.11. new york

1.12. north carolina

1.13. rhode island

1.14. califonia

2. confederate states

2.1. alabama

2.2. arkansas

2.3. florida

2.4. georgia

2.5. louisiana

2.6. mississippi

2.7. north carolina

2.8. south carolina

2.9. tennessee

2.10. texas

2.11. virginia

3. boarder states

3.1. delaware

3.2. maryland

3.3. west virginia

3.4. kentucky

3.5. missouri

4. The confederates stratagy

4.1. The confederates strategy was to defend and wait after the union soldiers were tired of attacking.When they did the confederate attacked.

5. The unions strategy

5.1. The union strategy was to capture the missisippi river and blockade the south ports and capture richmond viginia.This plan was known as the anaconda plan.

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7. Fort sumter

7.1. April 12, 1861, General P.G.T Beauregard who was in control of the confederate forces around charleston harbor open fire on the union troops at fort sumter.ajor Robert Anderson, garrison commander, surrendered the fort and was evacuated the next day.

8. The first battle of bull run

8.1. July 16, 1861 the first bull run battle in the civil war.

9. general grants victories in the west

10. the battle of shiloh

10.1. April 6, 1862, 40,000 Confederate soldiers under the command of Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston attacked union soldier on the Tennessee river,

11. the fall of new orleans

11.1. New orleans was the jewel of the confederates but had very little time setting up defenses for it and eventually lost it.

12. general lee's victories in the east

13. general lee invades the north

14. battle of antietam

15. the emancipation proclomation

15.1. in the emancipation proclomation it states that slavery was to be abolished.This changed the way of the war because the union troops had more soldiers and let black men fight.

16. african american soldiers

16.1. About 180000 were African-American. Forty thousand black soldiers died in the war.This was all allowed after the emancipation proclomation.

17. 54th massachusetts

17.1. of July 18, 1863 the black soldiers were tired, hungry and proud of winning many battles,

18. riots in richmond

18.1. Richmond riots over food shortages, angry women in richmond demanded a emergency supply of food

19. conscription

20. economy of the war

20.1. The civil wars economy was one of the most expensive wars and devastated many families.

21. women in the war

21.1. around 400 women disguised themselves as men and went to war.

22. civil war prison camps

22.1. During the war some soldiers were captures and about 56,000 men perished in Civil War prisons.

23. the battle of fredricksburg

23.1. On November 14th Union generals C. Feger Jackson and George Bayard, and Confederate generals Thomas R.R. Cobb and Maxey Gregg were killed.Theen bunside called off the offensive and recrossed the river.

24. the battle of gettysburg

25. the siege of vicksburg

25.1. Battle and Siege of Vicksburg, After crossing the missisippi river.The confederates were being attacked and had to hold out and wait for their reinforcements.

26. general sherman takes atlanta

26.1. The Battle of Atlanta was on July 22, 1864 to tave over the supply center of atlanta.

27. general sherman takes savannah

27.1. General sherman arrived over seas and held off the attack and waited for the confederates to retreat.

28. the battle of the wilderness

29. the fall of richmond

29.1. The fall of richmond, With the lack of food and being attacked General shermen requested a peace tready and was denied.

30. surrdener at appomattox

30.1. fought on the morning of April 9, 1865 where general lee had to surrender.

31. costs of the war

31.1. 1,094,453 soldier were injured/killed and the war costed $2.5 million daily A final official estimate in 1879 totaled $6,190,000,000. The Confederacy spent almost $2,099,808,707

32. thirteenth amendment

32.1. January 31, 1865, and ratified on December 6, 1865. The 13th amendment states that slavery was abolished and is bad.

33. president lincon assasinated

33.1. April 14 1865, while the civil war was coming to a close president lincon was assasinated on good friday in the fords theater.

34. consequences of the war

34.1. States powers decreased and the tready of peace ended.