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    is very important for each person. The Constitution provides us with a blessing of freedom in many senses, including the freedom of speech, religion, and many more. If we were to ask a modern student what was the cause of the outbreak of the American Civil War in 1861, certainly he or she might say that it all started because of slavery. Slavery was a big concern for many people, especially for those who lived in the Northern states. The North did not have slavery, and hence it wanted to free…

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    April 12th, 1861 through May 10th, 1865, a divided country is at war with itself after American Southern slave states secede from the Union. Newly elected President Abraham Lincoln, leader of the Republican Party, is about to lead the path down America’s bloodiest war due to his anti-slavery expansion agenda and the Deep South’s dependence upon slavery. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Texas form the new Confederate States of America and Jefferson Davis…

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    The American Civil War, a result of Southern states seceding after Republican Abraham Lincoln became president, lasted from 1861 to 1865.The war ended with a surrender from the Confederacy, with more than 600,000 deaths from both sides. Although the American Civil War was fought on the other side of the world, Europe still had interest and played a role in it. To begin, Europe sent envoys to report on what was going on in America during the war. An envoy was not a spy. In fact, spies took…

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    Midterm Exam Introduction There were many cause of the American Civil War that started on April 12, 1861 and lasted until May 9, 1965. Some of the causes of the Civil War would be States’ Rights, Federal Rights, and Economic and Social Differences. However, the main cause that started the American Civil War would be slavery. The Southern states felt it was part of their property rights’ to own slaves and wanted to expand slavery across the country. The Northern states felt that it was…

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    The American Civil War shows us how a nation can become divided over disagreements. Ending the war took many lives, but the termination of this conflict led to outstanding enhances for the United States of America. During the 1800’s slavery was commonly used by people. Many conflicts broke out due to this issue, such as the American Civil War. Slavery was the leading cause of the war. The Confederate states felt as if the North was trying to control their way of life. In the article, “The…

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    The American civil war remains to be the most brutal and bloody war that America has ever experienced in its history. The war started in April 1861 when the confederates, which consisted of seven southern states that seceded from the United States, attacked federal soldiers at Fort Sumter claiming that the fort was theirs (Reid & Keegan, 1999). They forced the federal soldiers to lower the United States flag as a sign of surrendering. Abraham Lincoln rose to power in 1860 and promised to…

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    American Civil war The American Civil War is the deadliest war in American history. The Civil War was fought between the upper North of the United States, known as the union, who opposed slavery and the Confederate Southern states, who were heavily dependent on slavery. The Civil War would split the United States into two parts, leaving devastation to both sides. The Civil War was caused by different conflicts over territorial expansion, economy, the Abolition Movement, and politics.…

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    There is no argument that the naval contributions to the American Civil War are largely ignored in Civil War history books. James M. McPherson’s War on the Waters: the Union and Confederate navies gives us a view of both the Union and Confederate Navies and explains both their organizations and the government involvement into the departments. McPherson makes a point that the Union Navy deserves more credit for Northern victory than it initially received. McPherson mentions both Grant and…

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    The American Civil War brings a lot of attention to people. It really affected the Southern states where slavery was heavily enforced. Slavery is known to be the leading cause of the American Civil War; The Union wanted slavery to be demolished, while the Confederate did not want slavery to be spread into the northern states. This detail is important because the Confederate was not against the idea. It was slavery as a whole, they just did not agree that slavery deserved a part in the United…

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    The American Civil War was fought by the United States, the Union, and the CSA, the Confederacy. The war was in the beginning thought to be short and simple. However, after countless battles and lives lost the battle dragged on. The CSA had a disadvantage from the beginning. Since the Union was supplied by the crops in the North and Industry in the North. The CSA was low in supplies, resources, food, and weapons. They also did not have the proper fighting styles or intelligence for different…

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