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People From the civil war

I would like to be Mary Ann

Sakura Elizondo

on 6 May 2010

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Transcript of People From the civil war

People from the civil war Mary Ann Bickerdyke She was in the civil war and was middle aged that time. She helped wounded union men during the civil war. She also hlped the Union for 19 battles.
Abraham Lincoln Abraham Lincoln was the 16th presidant. He was assassinated by a man that was in the war and did not like that the North side had won. The person that killed Abraham Lincoln was on the South's side but of course, Lincoln was in the North's side. Winfield Scott Wienfield Scott was a general and the Commandor of the Union Army in the civil war. The generalrecongnized that the Confederate Army would be a tough enemy. to help defeat the South, Scott planne to cut the region off from getting more supplies, this was also known as the Anaconda Plan. Robert E. Lee Robert E.Lee was from Virginia and he was a respected leader. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and had served for the Military for more than 30 years. He was also a leader for the Southern side. Dr.Marry Walker Her real name is Mary Edwards Walker. She is one of the nation's 1.8 million women veterans because she was in the civil war. Rose Greenhow She was a confederate spy. Before she was caught, she directed a group of spies from her home in Washington, D.C. She got information from her friends andsent it in a special code they used to th Confederate army. Clara Barton She first started out simple serving for the Union, just like Mary Ann Bickerdyke. Later she assisted hundreds of surgerys, even digging bullets out of soldiers wounds with her knife. Later, the Union General, George McClellan called he "the true heroine of the age, the angel of the battlefield." After the war, Barton went on to find the American Red Cross in 1881.
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