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    The Civil War was a significant industrial war that resulted from conflicts between free states, which had already abolished slavery, and slave states, which were still using slavery, in both the North and the South during the year of 1861 to 1865. After the war started only one year, there were important groups of people who had participated as significant forces. These people were women and African-American. They were served as special volunteers and troops to support the government armies in…

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    The American Civil War was one of the most important events in American history that forever changed the life of Americans. The war killed roughly six hundred and sixty thousand americans which is the most deaths we have ever had in our history. The war also ended slavery by giving African American slaves their rights and freedom. Another Important aspect is that even today we still have strong racism in our country that is much like the kind we had in the eighteen sixties during the Civil War.…

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    From vehement scholarly historians to the general public, the Civil War has struck great debates for many years. So, was the Civil War about slavery? Indeed it was. But to presume the notion that slavery alone was the preeminent cause of the United States Civil War is not a complete fulfillment, nor a clear depiction of history. Moreover, to simply adhere that the institution of slavery lived to be the birth and death of the war is considerably controversial to say the least. Multiple issues…

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    The American Civil War was inevitable, it came as a consequence of many divisive factors. There were many factors that led to the Civil War. Those factors divided the nation in two, North and South, or in terms of the Civil War, the Union and the Confederacy. Two major factors that pushed the nation of America toward civil war were sectionalism and the state’s rights debate. This led to discourse in the nation, which eventually caused several southern states to believe that by 1861, they had no…

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    relatively known as the United States. During this time the civil war was being dealt with. A war that had nothing to benefit for America for the fact that it was a battle between America itself, two opposing sides (north and, south) fighting for reasons they personally believed in. In which decided to do anything to protect, but in the end we all know that slavery was the essential issue that divided the north and the south during the civil war. However, some may argue that the “true cause”…

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    The American Civil War was an inevitable conflict that was destined to take place between the Northern and Southern States. Many historians argued about the reasons that fueled the war between both States. Some historians argued, the war was fought, because both States, the North and South, had major conflicts that resulted in the division of their economy, politics and ideals towards slavery. Others argued that slavery was the root of every conflict that sparked the war, and the war from the…

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    The American Civil War began in April 1861 between the Northern States and the Confederate States and the Confederate States of America, which was the South. The war was fought over the issue of issue of slavery. President Abraham Lincoln opposed slavery but he believed that the central government had no right to interfere with slavery where it already existed in the Constitution. However, by the end of the war, slavery became just as important as the Union. At the beginning of the war in 1861,…

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    During the Civil War lives were changed dramatically. Husbands left homesteads and businesses to guy fight in the war. Women from both the north and south were forced to take over jobs they never were once allowed to before. When the Emancipation Proclamation took place it led to African Americans men being able to be enrolled as Union soldiers. Both women and slaves were facing so many changes all at once. All types of African American men enlisted, even free slaves. By the end of the war…

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    The Civil War, a war within the United States caused by the sectional crisis, affected each state in a variety of ways. Unlike other areas, Arkansas’ experience in the Civil War differed from those of surrounding states. This was due to Arkansas being a border state, the main battles being fought east of Arkansas, and a collapse in Arkansas government. During the war, the states had split into two distinct political factions, known as the North and the South, over the issue of the future of…

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    The Civil war took place between the year 1861 to the year 1865 and it involved a lot of people who made major contributions towards the war and the outcome of the war (Mccardell, John, 295). The Civil war is known to have taken place due to the issue of slavery as the primary reason in various locations across the United States. The locations where it took place include locations such as the Eastern Theatre, Trans-Mississippi, the Western Theatre, and the Sioux Uprising. Among some of the key…

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