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  • the north and south
  • The civil war began on April 2, 1861
  • the elections
  • Abraham Lincoln Democrat
  • Douglas Republican
  • Abraham Lincoln won the elections
  • The civil war began on April 2, 1861 in which there were two vandos north and south, the north had industrial power and the south with the sale of cotton
  • The southern states are separated
  • Abraham lincoln was supported by the north who were anti-slave and Douglas was supported by the south who were in favor of slavery
  • the battle of bull run
  • Douglas urged Southern Democrats to stay in the Union, but these in turn named their own presidential candidate and threatened to separate if the Republicans were victorious. Most in the southern and border states voted against Lincoln, but the north supported him and won the election.
  • final of the war
  • In March 1861, when Lincoln took office, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas were constituted in the Confederate States of America with Jefferson Davis as president, proclaiming his secession from the Union, act Which Lincoln declared illegal in his inaugural address.
  • This is our part and this is yours
  • No, that declares it illegal
  • On July 21, 1861, the first major battle of the United States Civil War, known as the first Battle of Bull Run, took place. It took place in Manassas, Virginia, next to the plantation of a guy named Wilmer McLean
  • South
  • North
  • FIt was April 9, 1865, and the Confederate general decided that the war was over and that it was best to surrender. He arranged a meeting with General Grant to negotiate the terms of that surrender. That meeting was held in the living room of a house of the place, which curiously was the new house of Wilmer McLean.
  • we give up
  • the war is end
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