Slavery During the Civil War
Fact about the Civil War
The Civil War is known as the bloodiest war in the history of America, and any discussion on this subject will not be complete without the mention of slavery. The period of Reconstruction started soon after, and there was a...
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Interesting Facts about the American Civil War
Fact about the American Civil War
That the barrage fire from the Battle of Gettysburg was heard in Pittsburgh, located more than 100 miles away, is just one of the several interesting facts about the American Civil War. There is a whole lot of facts about the...
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History of Carpetbaggers and Scalawags
History of Carpetbaggers and Scalawags
America has undergone sea change in the political and economical realms over a period of many years. It has borne people like Lincoln, who are still remembered for their outstanding contributions in the formation of new America....
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Mason-Dixon Line
Although symbolically known for conflict over slavery in the Civil War between northern and southern states of USA, Mason-Dixon Line has another untold story behind its making. So read on to find out where is this boundary and its...
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American Civil War Facts and Timeline
One of the facts of the American Civil War is 620,000 Americans were killed in the battle and 50,000 survivors returned home as amputees. Read this Buzzle article to know the facts and timeline of American Civil War.
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Information about Weapons Used in the American Civil War
Cannons used in the American Civil War
The American Civil War weapons were some of the most advanced weapons of the time. This Buzzle lists out some of them in detail.
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Why Did the North Win the Civil War
The American Civil War was a war that tore America apart. At least 600,000 American lives were lost in this 4 year battle, between the North and the Southern states of America. To learn why the Union or Northern army was triumphant...
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Causes and Effects of the Civil War
Historians are of the opinion that the Civil War was a turning point of the American history. If one takes into consideration the causes and effects of this war, there is no questioning their opinion.
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Why Did the Civil War Start
Though the Civil War of 1861 has been one of the most important chapters of the American history, not many people actually know why it started in the first place.
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Who Won the Civil War
The Northern states won the Civil War. This article elucidates some of the reasons why the North won and the South lost.
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Was the Civil War Inevitable?
Many reasons tell us that the answer to the question, 'Was the Civil War inevitable?', is a yes. But could there be another side to that debate? Read on to find out...
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Battle of Vicksburg
The Battle of Vicksburg was the last nail in the coffin for the Confederate Army of the Confederate States of America. Vicksburg was then the fortress city, dominating the final Confederate controlled areas of Mississippi river....
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The Battle of Antietam, 1862
The Battle of Antietam, also called the Battle of Sharpsburg, was fought on September 17, 1862. It was one of the bloodiest battles fought on the American soil. At the end, the Confederates not only lost the war, but also the hope...
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Stonewall Jackson - The Greatest Commander of U.S.A
Thomas Jackson is the greatest commander the United States of America has ever known. As the Civil war raged in 1861, he showed his heroic deeds. His war teachings are considered to be essential and regarded as great lessons in...
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