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    The American Civil War

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    The American Civil War Works Cited Not Included Horrific! The American Civil War, also known as the War Between States and the War Of Secession, was an extremely gruesome and bloody war (World Book 614). The war, which started on April 12, 1861, when the southern troops fired on Fort Sumter, and ended 4 years later, took more American lives than any other war in history (614). This war was between a divided union in whish the southern states were trying to preserve slavery while the northern

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    In 1861, the United States faced the Civil War which was one of the most costly in history. Hundreds of thousands American lost their lives. Decades before the war, the North and South developed in different directions, and several events took place that led up to bloody war of the nation. It originated from deep divides in economy, society, and politics. The central issue was slavery like the French politician Alexis de Tocqueville had observed, “…almost all the differences which may be noticed

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    The American Civil War was a war that occurred from 1861-1865. The American Civil War, is also known as the ‘War Between the Sates’ and ‘Civil War’. The war occurred because seven Southern states declared their secession and decided to form the Confederate States of America. The other states which did not declare their secession were known as the “Union” or the “North”. Abraham Lincoln in 1860 at the presidential election Republicans opposed the expansion of Slavery in the United States. Seven slave

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    Character Analysis The Civil War determined what kind of nation the United States would become. It determined whether it would be a nation with equal rights for everyone or the biggest country that still abused of slaves. The war started because of the brutal conditions slaves were living in. Many had no education what so ever and were treated worse than animals. Back then part of this country found this acceptable and demanded to keep their slaves while the others demanded freedom. Today there are

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    The Civil War was a war between the North and the South after several states in the south seceded after Lincoln's Presidency. The war first started off as states rights but as the war went on and progressed the war was fighting to end slavery. African Americans had an important impact on the Civil War. There was individual African Americans who made an important impact in the civil war. For example Frederick Douglass he was known for being a escape slave and a good public speaker for his efforts

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    "I do not think much of a man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday." -Abraham Lincoln The Civil War was a historical conflict between the North and the South involving the issues of slavery and political and economic differences. Soon sectionalism reached it maximum, and, in 1861, the war had begun. In 1863—the midpoint of the war—the Battle of Gettysburg turned the tide in the Union’s favor. At this battle, President Abraham Lincoln issued the Gettysburg Address in which he emphasized

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    The American Civil War

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    The American Civil War, also known as the State’s War, was a conflict that arose mostly from the issue of slavery, but deep down was due to economic differences between the North and the South. The South seceded from the North and created their own self-government due to their belief in the lack of state’s rights versus the federal government and what they saw as a weakness in the Articles of Confederation. While the Confederacy of the United States depended on slave labor for their economy in regards

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    American Civil War

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    this investigation is to evaluate the factors that led to the American Civil War. The investigation will be separated into three different factors, economics, politics and social. Also it will cover the difference of economy in the northern and southern sides of America. The dissimilarity of the political parties each side follows, plus the problem of slavery which led to social injustice were a major factor that led to the Civil War. These social, political and economical reasons were the main

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    In the following text I will point out some moments of the American Civil War. The American Civil War was during 1861 and 1865. The Civil War was between the Nothern and the Southern states. The reason for the Civil War wasn't only because of the differences in economic, in social divisions and political divisions between North and South, it was more about the big question: “Slaves in America?”. Abraham Lincon the 16th President in the US In the U.S. senate was a heated debate over the issue of

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    The American Civil War

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    The American Civil War can be reasonably considered to be the first modern war due to the numerous interrelated changes and improvements in the naval technology. Any war probably brings changes to the military and naval technologies on both warring sides. One side begins to use something new, the other quickly adopts the technologies invented on the first side or invents something new to protect itself from the new military and naval developments. This scheme took place in the American Civil War

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