Civil War Timeline

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Civil War Timeline

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States versus Fedral rights.The thirteen states formed a loose confederation with a very weakl fedral government . They felt that the states should still have the right to decide if they were willing to accept certain fedral acts. However, proponets such as John C Calhoun fought vehemently for nullification. When nullification would not work and states felt that they were no longer respected, they moved towards secession.

The Monitor vs MerrimackBoth ships were fighting but neither one could get another to sink.

Battle of FredrickburgThe Confederates were entrenced on a number of hills and had an advantage over the Union

Battle of GettysburgIt was a 3 day battle primarly won by the Conferates until the last day which was led by General Picett the Union which Lee made a dumb mistake which cost him the Battle

Battle of Bull Run SecondIn order to draw Pope's army into battle, Jackson ordered an attack ona Federal column that was passing across his front on the Warrenton Turnpike on August 28.

1862

Fugitive Slave Act

Battle of Shiloh40,000 Confederate threatend to overwhelm Ulysses S. Grants's entire command. Confederates surrounded the Union troops and captured, killed, or wounded most.

Battle at ChancellorsvilleLee divided his troops and won a huge vicotry over the Union but the Confederates shot their own General "stonewall" Jackson.He Died.

Battle of AntietamThe Army of the Potomac, under the command of George McClellan, mounted a series of powerful assualts against Robert E. Lee's forces near Sharpburg, Maryland, on September 17, 1862.

1863

Battle Fort SumptorOn April 12 1861, General P.G.T. Beaureguard, in command of the Confederate forces around Charleston Harbor, opened fire on the Union garrison holding Fort Sumptor. At 2:30pm on April 13

1863

Civil War Timeline

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