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Civil War Timeline-Mike
Transcript of Civil War Timeline-Mike
The election was between Abraham Lincoln and John C. Brekinridge.
Central issue of the election of 1860 was bound to be slavery. Election of 1864 The election of 1864 was a chance for Abraham Lincoln to be reelected. Against Andrew Jackson. Tragedy of 1865 Abraham Lincoln was assasinated April 14, 1865
In a theater.
He was shot and killed. Election of 1860 Battle of Antietam First battle to take place on Northern soil.
This battle was fought in the location of Sharpsburg Maryland.
The Union was victorious in this battle. Battle of the bull Run The battle of the Bull Run occured at Fairfax county, and Prince William County Virginia. Battle of Fort Sumter
This major battle occuered in Charleston, South Carolina.
This battle lasted only a couple days with not that many kills or injured.
The confederate had won this battle.
Also began the American Civl War Battle of Wilson Creek 1861 1860 1862 Happened in Greene county and Christian county, Missouri.
The result of the battle is the Missouri State Guard/ Confederate. Battle Fort Donelson This battle is located Stewart County, Tennessee.
The result of the battle is that the Union won. The battle of Pea Ridge This battle lasted for a couple days in Benton County, Arkansas 1864 1865 April 12-13 1861 Union/ Confederate losses 13 Union dead, 4 confederate dead July 21,1861
3,000 Union dead, 2,000 Confederate dead 1863 Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863 3,155 union dead, 4,708 Confederate dead Occured in Adams county, Pennsylavina.It created the speech the Gettysburg Address Siege of Vicksburg May 18- July 4, 1863 This siege occured in Warren County, Mississppi.
The union was victorious. 4,835 Union dead, 3,202 Confederate dead. September 17, 1862 12,000 Union dead, 10,000 Confederate dead Emancipation Proclamation Secession December 20, 1860 States left when Lincoln was elected president.
South Carolina, Mississppi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee. January 1, 1863 Proclaimed to free 3.1 million slave from the south. Lincoln's Inaguration March 4, 1861 First president to be inaugurated for a second term. March 6-8, 1862 February 11-16, 1862 August 10, 1861 Appomttox Court House April 9, 1865 Located in Virginia.
Union was victorious; surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia.