Intro - Civil War who what why when where The American Civil War was one of the most important, if not the most important, events in American history. The Civil War was fought from 1861-1865 and saw nearly 750,000 Americans died. It still stands as the bloodiest conflict in American history. Many know of the... Continue Reading →
Intro - American Civil War The American Civil War was fought from 1861-1865 (19th century) between the Northern and Southern states of the U.S. Over these five years of the Civil War, an estimated 750,000 men died. This is the bloodiest war in American history and one we are still feeling the effects of to... Continue Reading →
Intro - Civil War Battles The American Civil War raged from 1861-1865. Many Civil War battles were fought during war and an estimated 750,000 Americans died. This war still stands as the bloodiest war in American history and the turning point in American history. What decided this war was the battle that was fought to... Continue Reading →
When the Civil War began, the Union instituted a blockade of Southern ports. This crippled the Confederacy and left them attempting to find ways around the blockade. Learn about how the Confederacy fueled their war machine and got around the blockade.
Introduction When many imagine the American Civil War, they tend to think of the blue and gray clashing on the battlefields of Gettysburg or Antietam. Many imagine soldiers of either Anglo or African descent. However, many do not conjure up soldiers who were descendants of Spanish ancestry fighting in the American Civil War. This part... Continue Reading →
There were many events that led up to the American Civil War. This article will give you a brief and comprehensive overview of the events that ultimately led to the War Between the States.