The battle of fort Sumter was a geographical conflict because it was the south trying to take away land from the north and begin their attempted conquest to take over the U.S
The battle for trumps border wall is a geographical conflict because it is triggering many people who live on the border between the U.S and mexico border and the Mexicans that cross into america.
The battle of fort Sumter divided the nation adding more tension to he already ever growing tension like adding dead leaves to a fire the tension spread more and more eventually turning into a wildfire and burning down the only thing keeping people from killing each other and starting a civil war.
Trumps border wall battle divided the nation by saying even if you own private land on where the wall will be you will be compensated for only a little for what you have and even though actual U.S citizens cause more crime than illegal immigrants and illegal immigration levels are at their lowest now. They are the problem
The geographical conflict continues in the present day through trumps border wall battle since it is a "battle" for control over if trump can build a wall over the U.S mexico border. And the battle of fort Sumter contributed to the civil war by spreading the tension very thin between the north and the south and that tension spread even more starting the civil war.
The geographical conflict continues today through the U.S mexico border battle since it a battle between the U.S and mexico to control the border like how in trumps border wall battle they are fighting over building a wall.