Abraham Lincoln was the 16 president of the United States. He was involved in the Civil War, wrote the Emancipation Proclamation, and helped end slavery. He also is known for his Gettysburg Address, but was later then assassinated on April 5, 1865.
Robert E. Lee
Jefferson Davis was the president of the Confederate States. He also wanted slavery to not be abolished. Davis was also known for serving in the Mexican-American War.
Ulysses S. Grant
Frederick Douglas was an African-American reformer and abolitionist. He was known for believing in freedom just like Abraham Lincoln and working with Lincoln. Frederick was a great speaker like Lincoln and thought the Constitution wasn't made to keep slavery safe.
Robert E. Lee was a commander of the Confederate Army during the Civil War. We won many of their victories, but then later surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant, a Commanding General of the Union.
Ulysses S. Grant was a Commanding General for the Union and was later the 18th president of the United States. He was who Commander Robert E. Lee surrendered to and he won most of their battles.
Stonewall Jackson served as a Confederate General in the Civil War. Although he was accidently killed by his own two men because they mistook him as a Union soldier, he's still the best-known Confederate general after Robert E. Lee. Jackson was also in almost all of the military engagements.