Civil War

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  •                     Fort Sumter
  • General Dyer, we're running low on supplies!
  •           First Battle of Bull Run
  • ATTACK!!!
  • I don't know how to fight either.
  • What is even going on?
  • I honestly don't even know to fight
  • Battle of Antietam
  • With Jefferson Davis ordering an attack against the Union, The Union lost due to their troops running low on supplies. This battle was the start to the Civil war.
  •         Emancipation Proclamation  
  • Hey! That's my property!
  • Finally! Free at last!
  • Both sides are pretty inexperienced when it comes to fighting this battle, or at all, meaning that they'll both need training to win the war.  
  • Battle Of Gettysburg
  • The Union technically "won" this battle because they found the Confederates plans.  With over 6,000 dead and 17,000 wounded,  this was one of the bloodiest days ever.  
  • Gettysburg Address
  • Today I am going to honor all the soldiers that have died.
  • The Government declares that slavery is wrong which makes the slaves in the rebel states finally free. This union victory equals the end of slavery but is it really for the border states? Are the slaves there really free?
  • As the Confederates were invading the North, they stopped for supplies. Pickett ordered a charge and other assaults on Unions line and they lost. Lee gives up on invading the North which makes the South on their own now. Plus, Britain and France wont help.
  • At a cemetery for the Union soldiers who were killed at the Battle of Gettysburg, President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most famous speeches in history, stating his vision and honoring the deceased soldiers in only two minutes. 
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