I am Roberta and i am a commander for the Confederate side.
Jefferson was on June 3, 1808. Jefferson Davis was an American politician; he was also a member of a democratic party. He firmly believed in the importance of slaver in the south. Jefferson was the president of the south side. Jefferson and Abe both had a conflict with their opinions about slavery. The outcome of their conflict is that a war broke out because they both had different opinions.
Ulysses S. Grant
Abe Lincon was born on February 12, 1809. He was the 16 precedent of the United States. He was the leader for the North during the Civil War. Lincon noticed that as the nation divided they each became more stang, and as territories were expanding and becoming states there was a huge problem with the fact of slavery. In 1820 Missouri became a slave state and Maine became an antislave state. Dispite this the north and south became even more divided and this eventually led to war.
Robert E. Lee was born January 19, 1807. He was a solder on the confederate side (North). But best known as a commander as the Confederate side. On June 1861 he leads Northen Virginia to victory on the American Civil War from 1862 to 1865
Grant was born on April 27, 1822. Ulysses S. Grant was the 18 president of the United States. Grant was working in his father’s leather store in Illinois when the Civil War began in 1861. He quickly joined the Union army after that. Grant was the general for the Union side (South). He gained fame by leading the Union side to victory during the Civil War.
William was born on February 29, 1840. William Carney was a soldier during the Civil War. William received the medal of honor for saving the American Flag and planting it. When William turned in the flag to another solder he stated " Boys I only did my duty the flag never touched the ground." William was awarded the medal on July 18, 1863.
Medal of Honor
Phiip Bazaar was born in Santiago Chili. Philip was a Navy seaman how was awarded the medal of honor for having great courage in the face of danger during combat in the Civil War.