Civil war timeline

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  • Fort Sumter April 12, 1861
  • ¨Lets go to Fort Sumter where it is more safe¨
  • Bull Run July 21, 1861
  • ¨Suprise!¨
  • Shiloh April 6-7, 1862
  • ¨We got some reinforcements, time to stat a battle¨
  • South Carolina told the Union to move their troops to Fort Moultrie, but General Richard Anderson moved them to Fort Sumter because he thought it was more safe and easier to fire. 
  • Bull Run II August 28-30, 1862
  • ¨Okay¨
  • Union General Irvin McDowell sent 35,000 soldiers to do a suprise attack on the Confederacy. He sent two troops in aganist them and soon shots were fired, the Confederacy didn´t stand a chance and retreated. 
  • Antietam September 17, 1862
  • ¨It only took us three times, but we are over¨
  • The Confederate army knew that the Union was in Tennessee, they then launched a suprise attack aginst the Union, under Confederate General Johnstons. Grant´s army was stuck and needed supplies, they soon got reinforcements.
  • Fredericksburg December 11-15, 1862
  • ¨Looks like the Union are coming¨
  • Jackson of the Confederacy, attacked the Union army near Gainesville, Virginia with 2,400 casualties, neither side had any advantages. Most of the battles happened on the 20th of August. On the 30th of August the Confederate were waiting for the Union to attack them, so they could counter attack. Pope soon fired back. 
  • ¨Never!¨ coaugh...caugh
  • ¨Attack us already, so we can attack¨
  • Antietam was known for being the most bloody one day battle. The Union under General Joseph Hooker led a attack aginst the Confederate left flank the was close by Dunker Church. That moring battle, Hooker lost 2,500 men and about 13,000 casualties were tallied for both the Union and Confederacy.
  • Fredericksburg is know for being th most decisive win for the Confederate army. The Union was blocked from entering Fredericksburg. Rober E. Lee knew that it would take the Union awhile to cross up high, and out of the city. 
  • ¨Blah, Blah, amen¨
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