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    Civil War Advantages

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    The Civil War was much more than a war to preserve the Union and give the South its independence; it was a war against slavery between the North and the South. In the war, each side had its own advantages and disadvantages. Without the success of the North during the Civil War, America would not be as unified as it is today. The North had the advantage of being more industrialized than the South. They had 90% of all of the United States industrial capacity. The Union needed a million uniforms…

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    Civil War Dbq

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    On April 12, 1862, the Civil War started in the United Sates. The Civil War is known as the bloodiest war in U.S history. However, what events led to the civil War? Why did the union fight against the Confederate States of America? Between the years of 1820-1860, there were a few disagreements with many American citizens. In 1820 the New Louisiana territory was known as a free state because of the Missouri Compromise. This Compromise sounded really promising to many slaves, but others disagree…

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    principal cause of the American civil war, also known as the Secession war. A bloody rift that took place from 1861 to 1865 in the United States of America and that divided the nation in two opposite parts each one defending an ideology clearly opposed to the other’s, affecting at the same time the economic, political and social structures of the nation. Well, was the question of slavery at the heart of that ideological dispute which drove a whole nation to division and war? To determine that it…

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    The Civil War was a product of a great divide between two sides of an unfortunately broken country. The North and South found contrasts in various areas; from the economy, to culture, to standpoints on slavery. In the eyes of few, there is a belief that the war could have been avoided. However, due to the differing cultures and beliefs of the North and the South, the division in the country was far too large, thus rendering the war inevitable. The most prominent cause of the Civil War…

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    Causes Of The Civil War

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    The U.S. Civil War, composed of many smaller events, was a huge impact in the development of America from post-Civil War to the present day. The war was fought between the North, also called the Union and the South, known as the Confederacy, between 1860 and 1865. After much struggle from both sides, the North eventually defeated the South in 1865. There were many differences between the North and the south, the most well known being the different economies, the citizen’s views on slavery, and…

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    Civil War Inevitable

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    The civil war was a war between the Northern Union, and the Southern Confederate states. It will forever be known as the bloodiest battle in American history and left scars on the country that will never fully be healed. On December 20th, 1860, South Carolina seceded from the Northern Union. This was followed by many more states and they became known as the Confederacy. The political, social, economic differences between the North and the South, as well as the looming issue of slavery made the…

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    1861 was the start to the bloodiest war in American history. Battles such as Antietam, Bull Run, and Gettysburg were fought ultimately ending the Civil War with a Northern victory. There were many things that led to the war such as Abraham Lincoln’s election, Fort Sumter, and various rebellions. All of these causes led to the war itself and many effects. For example, 618,000 troops were killed, the thirteenth amendment was ratified in 1865 ending slavery, and the South was destroyed and in need…

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    Legacy Of The Civil War

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    The most significant event to the legacy of the American Civil War that is present today was the Secession Crisis and South Carolina being the first of the southern states to secede. Talks of secession had been going on since the birth of the nation for one reason or another but, the election of President Lincoln who was in favor of ending the spread of slavery was the final act that caused the United States of America to rip into two separate countries. It started with South…

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    Civil War Causes

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    confederate monuments and the rebel flag due to its connection to the civil war. This call for action is caused by the belief that the civil war was fought over slavery. This is simply not true from the events before and even during the war show other causes are to blame, but were swept up into obscurity. An examination of primary and secondary sources will reveal the historical importance of this momentous event. The belief that the war was fought over slavery goes back to the 1850s when a…

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    The Union victory in the civil war gave some 4 million slaves their freedom and a chance to start a new life. But the years after the end of the war brought upon new challenges and obstacles to not only the black community but to the nation itself. Many questions arise from the civil war such as: Who are citizens, what rights should be given to citizens and what powers does the federal government have? Black suffrage was a major topic that many people did not know how they should handle it.…

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