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How Did The Battle Of Gettysburg Effect The Civil War?

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How Did The Battle Of Gettysburg Affect The Civil War?
Battle Of Gettysburg
The Battle Of Gettysburg according
Civilwar.org
,
"

... it was the battle with most casualties: 51,112."
Which means it was very deadly. The
"battle started in 1863 July 1-3 and was a battle between the north and the south"
, stated in a book by James M. McPherson.

Effects After Gettysburg
After the Union won the long 3 day battle,
"North rejoiced while the South mourned"
, According to
Civilwar.org
. Also stated in that website,
"North was determined to win the war after the horrific battle at Gettysburg"
. Based on that information, Virginia's General by Albert Martin states,
" the confederates turned into a disaster after losing the battle"
. Which is why the North won the Civil war.
Civil War Outcome
"Due to this battle..."
, According to History.state.gov
, "union beat south because of determination."
Also the outcome

"... caused the abolishment of slavery..."

Which would mean the two gruops would come together and

" ... become a more stronger U.S. government."
, All according from History.state.gov.
Texts Cited
"Gettysburg." Council on Foreign Relations. Council on Foreign Relations. Web. 20 May 2014.
Marrin, Albert. Virginia's General: Robert E. Lee and the Civil War. New York: Atheneum, 1994. Print.
McPherson, James M. Fields of Fury: The American Civil War. New York: Atheneum for Young Readers, 2002. Print.
"The Consequences of Union Victory, 1865 - 1861–1865 - Milestones - Office of the Historian." The Consequences of Union Victory, 1865 - 1861–1865 - Milestones - Office of the Historian. Web. 22 May 2014.

Pictures Cited
http://www.mrvanduyne.com/civilwar/civil_war_review_2013.htm

http://cwmemory.com/2009/01/18/lee-accepts-the-surrender-of-grant-in-his-vicksburg-boots/

http://georgiastudies115.blogspot.com/

http://www.us-civilwar.com/gettysburg3.htm
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