Civil war Part one
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Ulysses S. Grant
Robert E. Lee
General Robert E. Lee of the south (left) and Ulysses S. Grant of the union lead their armies on the path to victory. As war escalated, both parities were forced to use harsher techniques in order to gain the upper hand in war.
Abraham Lincoln took on the role as the President of the United States , but after the confederacy seceded, he was only president of the Union. Since the southerners needed a new leader, they chose Jefferson Davis to lead them.
William Carney (right) was the first African American to receive the Medal of honor for his contributions in the Battle of Fort Wagner, and Phillip Bazaar earned a medal of Honor as well, as a seaman at Fort Fisher.
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