Civil War


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  • No! Its our land. Prepare to die!
  • Fort Sumpter
  • Lets them come! Were hungry!
  • First Battle of Bull Run
  • We really need more training!
  • Antietam
  • Get up! You're gonna be fine!
  • AAGH!
  • Fort Sumpter was a Union fort in Confederate territory. When the Union wanted to feed the starving soldiers peacefully, the confederates denied them permission and attacked the fort, killing the soldiers and capturing it for themselves.
  • The Gettysburg Address
  • Four-score  and seven years ago...
  • The First Battle of Bull Run was fought in northern Virginia. As civilians watched, the two very inexperienced sides fought. Eventually, they wound up charging into the spectators, which made them realize they needed much more training to win the war.
  • Siege of Vicksburg
  • Antietam was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. Many men died there, but there was something really good that came from it. During Antietam, Clara Barton was a field nurse on the front lines. She suggested they use fresh bandages and order patients by severity in order to be more clean and save more lives.
  • Total War in Atlanta
  • After the battle of Gettysburg, president Lincoln traveled there to give his famous Gettysburg address. Not only did he honor the fallen and living soldiers, but he gave his vision for the future of America.
  • The siege of Vicksburg, a town on the Mississippi, was when the Union army rained bombs and fired down on the city for days. The citizens started to starve; that is unless they ate the dead dogs or killed and ate the rats. The surrender of the Confederate army meant a huge victory for the Union as the new reign over the Mississippi meant that the Confederacy was split in half.
  • Total War brought the war to the citizens of Atlanta and destroyed a portion of the city. General Grant pushed the Union to take the war to a position where they could overtake the entirety of the Confederacy .
  • Destroy them!
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