Civil War Timeline

Civil War Timeline
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  •                     Battles of Bull Run July 21, 1861
  • Fort Sumter April 12, 1861 
  • HA HA!!
  • NOOOOOOO!!!
  • Battle of Hampton Roads at Norfolk May 11, 1862 
  • The Confederates had 30,000 troops and they invaded a Union town and 6,000 troops came to back them up. The Union fled and the Confederates didn't follow them.
  • Battle of Perryille Oct 8,1862
  • The first shots of the Civil War was in Fort Sumter. There were no deaths recorded because both sides were getting bombarded.
  • Battle of Stones River Dec 31-Jan 2, 1863
  • One of the most famous naval battles between the U.S.S Monitor and the U.S.S Merrimac with 2 huge ships.
  • Battle of Chancellorsville May 1=6, 1863
  • Get the weapons and don't forget the ammo.
  • Fine.
  • The Confederate troops and the Union troops were fighting over some drinking water which happened in Louisville. Neither side could say that they got the victory. 
  • That's my water!!
  • No! It's my water!!
  • It's in Murfreesboro Tennessee. It’s also referred to as the Battle of Murfreesboro. Both sides could not consider it a victorious battle.
  • The Confederates made a plan to attack the Union even though they were out numbered over 2 to 1. The plan worked because they split the army in half and attacked the Union from different sides. Also the Union had bad communication. 
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