The American Civil War (April 12, 1861-May 9, 1865, also known as other names) was a civil war voting between the US-backed US Federal Union ("Union" or "Northern") and the Southern Allies and the Confederate States of America ("Confederation of the South" or "Southern"). The main reason for this War was the role of slavery, especially after Mexico, slavery spread to the then-existing world — the American War. On the eve of the Civil War in 1860, 4 million (about 13 percent) of the 32 million Americans, primarily in the South, were African slaves.
Slavery in the United States was one of the most significant political conflicts of the nineteenth century, with political upheaval leading to war. After Abraham Lincoln won the anti-slavery platform in the 1860 US presidential election, a split took place. The first seven southern slaves declared their independence from the country and formed the Confederacy. Once the Allies' military occupied most of the area they claimed to be their own, Crittenden's experiments failed, and both sides were ready for battle. In April 1861, just one month after Abraham Lincoln took office, the Confederate Army began the Battle of Fort Sumter in South Carolina, and War broke out. Confederacy began to dominate at least 11 states (of the 34 states in the United States in February 1861) and claimed power in the other two states. Countries that remain loyal to governments are called corporations. Many volunteers and recruits were formed four years of the Great War, especially in the South.
Between 1861 and 1862, in the western arena, the Alliance gained momentum, and even in the eastern hall, the War did not end. In September 1862, Lincoln published the "Knowledge of the Release of Slaves," making slavery a war effort. In the West, the Union destroyed the Confederate River Navy in 1862, then destroyed most of the Western Army and took over New Orleans. In 1863, the Treaty was completed around Vicksburg and divided the Treaty between the Mississippi River. In 1863, General Confederate General Robert E. Lee headed north and ended the Battle of Gettysburg. The West's victory led to General Ulysses S. Grant's command of all troops in 1864. The Alliance continued to expand the port of the Alliance. The Alliance encouraged individuals and groups to attack the Alliance from all sides, which led to the overthrow of Atlanta in 1864 to Union General William Tecumseh Sherman and his sea to pay taxes. The last major battle took place in the 10-month Siege of Petersburg, which was the gateway to Richmond, the capital of the Allies.
On April 9, 1865, Confederate General Lee surrendered to the Federal General Grant in the Battle of Appomattox Court after handing over to Petersburg and Richmond. The military authorities of the southern states followed suit, and the last surrender took place on June 23. By the end of the War, many southern infrastructures were damaged, especially the railways. Confederacy fell, slavery was abolished, and four million black slaves were freed. The war-torn country entered the reconstruction phase, rebuilding the country and enslaving freed slaves.
Civil War is one of the most widely studied and documented histories in American history, and it remains one of the most controversial of all cultural and historical events. Of particular interest are the superstitious beliefs of the lost Confederacy. The American Civil War was one of the first world wars to break out. Rails, telegraphs, ships, battleships, and artificial weapons are widely used. The War killed 620,000 to 750,000 soldiers and countless casualties.
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