The Firing on Fort Sumter took place on April 12- 13th of 1861 and was located in Fort Sumter by Charleston, South Carolina. It was the bombing attack to the Union Army by the Confederate Army. As the battle went on, it lead to the surrender of the Union army , which started the American Civil War. In the end, the Confederate Army won the Battle of Fort Sumter with better strength and the capture of Fort Sumter.
I have established the Emancipation Proclamation.
The Battle of Antietam took place on September 17th 1862 near Maryland's Antietam Creek. It was the clash between the Confederate and Union Army to stop the invasion of the Confederates in Maryland. Over 22,000 men were kiiled in this battle making in the bloodiest day in American History. It resulted an Union Army victory and having the Emancipation Proclamation issued a few days later.
Battle of Gettysburg
The Battle of Vicksburg took place on May 18th- July 4th of 1863 in Vicksburg or Warren County, Mississippi. During the battle, the Union Army surrounded the city of Vicksburg and took control of the battle eventually leading to the Union's victory. It also ended in the Confederate Army's surrender on the Mississippi River at Vicksburg. In the end, the Union took the victory and control of the Mississippi River.
Lee's Surrender at Appomattox Court House
I, Robert E. Lee , surrender my Northern Virginia Army to you, General Ulysses.
The Emancipation Proclamation was issued by President Abraham Lincoln on January 1st, 1863. It was an executive issued order that freed more than 3.5 million African American slaves of the South of territories that were in rebellion against the federal government. Although it did not affect many states that were fighting under the Union side or under the Union control. Overall, this Proclamation showed the people of the world and the U.S that the Civil War was being fought to end slavery.
Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 ...
The Battle of Gettysburg was fought on July 1- 3 in 1863, surrounding and in the territory of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This battle was known for the Civil War's turning point due to all its casualties. On the third day of the battle, the Union proceeded with rifle and artillery fire. As a result, the Union successfully took the victory in this battle.
Lee's Surrender at Appomattox Court House was on April 9th, 1865 in Appomattox, Virginia. In the court house, General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Northern Virginia Army to the Union's General Ulysses S. Grant. Lee surrendered to Grant following a battle that had happened earlier that morning. This surrender followed a defeat of the war in Virginia, the surrender of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia to the Federal Army of Potomac, and most importantly, the Union's victory.