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  • Sir they're a comin
  • Battle of Fort Sumter
  • Wow this is cool this is my first battle
  • We ain't safe here we need to move
  • Lets move over there
  • Battle of Bull Run
  • We only have a couple of days to show them what we are made of.
  • Nope because we are going to win!!!
  • You ready to eat my dust
  • We're a comin to fight ya
  • Battle of Stone River
  • It's fine they are still miles away, Oh wait.... noooo
  • Confederate Victory. This war had Union: 80 soldiers, Confederate: 500 Soldiers. Generals were Robert Anderson for Union and Brigadier General P.G.T. Beauregard for the Confederate. After the Election of Lincoln threats were made to the federal troops and Anderson wanted a safer better fort so he asked the War department for reinforcements and they moved to Fort Sumter closer to Charleston. It was the first battle of the Civil War.
  • Battle of Fort Donelson
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  • Yo the gate is open to the South
  • Confederate Victory. Union: 2,700 soldiers, Confederate: 2,000 soldiers. General McDowell  wanted to do all he could to succeed at war before his armies 90-day enlistment expired, although he did not feel his army was ready they won after all. This was the first major land battle.
  • Battle of Pea Ridge
  • And we captured their General Mwahhhhh!!!
  • This is a sad war we are winning with 700 less soldiers
  • Union Victory. Union: 13,000 soldiers, Confederate: 11,800 soldiers. Both armies were tired from marching and dealing with harsh weather. Within 3 miles of reaching the Union army the Confederate army started to lay a spherical case shell on the Union army. This Battle boosted the Union’s confidence after a long couple years of war.
  • Battle of Chancellorsville 
  • No my dolly was in there!!!
  • Retreat
  • Union Victory. Union: 2,600 soldiers, Confederate: 13,800 soldiers. They captures Ft. Donelson which made access to the Cumberland River so the Union army could attack the Confederate Army. This war was important because it opened an opportunity for the attack of the South
  • Lets capture their Fort
  • Union Victory. Union: 1,300 soldiers, Confederate: 2,100 soldiers. Confederate had a simple strategy which was go Northward through Missouri Defeat Federal  Forces and Capture there general to open the gateway to the West. This was a war that was one of the few that the Confederate army outnumbered the Union army
  • Well we defeated them all
  • And we finally out number them all
  • We split in two to win but it didn't work real well
  • Confederate Victory. Union: 14,000 soldiers, Confederate: 10,000 soldiers. With an army twice the size of his own General Lee decided to split his troops in two confronting armies. This made Hooker the General the Confederate’s Need to retreat. Lee’s victory also came with a big cost which was one of his most trusted generals  was wounded while at battle. Was Gen. Robert E. Lee’s greatest victory during the Civil War but it came at a high cost.
  • No my only freind
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