The Reasons And Causes Of The Civil War

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Macey Dixon Research Paper History 2010-124 Union and Confederacy When did the civil war start? On April 12, 1861, the confederate forces attacked the Union in Charleston Bay and fought till about April 9, 1865. Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia in the village of Appomattox Court House. How many people were injured and killed in the civil war? The exact number of people killed or wounded is not exactly known, between 640,000 and 700,000. What reasons lead up to the civil war. There were many causes that lead to the civil war but it was mainly because of the idea of slavery. What started the civil war? Most people are lead to believe that they were started after the election of Abraham Lincoln in 1860. Who won the civil war? The war was won by the Union also knows as the northern states. Greene County has a lot of civil war history and is one of the only towns in America that has both a Union and a Confederate memorial in its courthouse square. Greeneville was known to being more Unionist, they were still really indecisive and considered one of the most divided states in war. A meeting was held at the Greeneville Convention in 1861. Tennessee as a whole state voted to secede, but Greeneville and East Tennessee remained loyal to the Union. A statue also stands for those Union Soldiers who enlisted in the union army that’s stayed loyal and true. Union The Union Army had many different names such as the Federal Army and Northern Army. The Union army

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