Lincoln Election(1)Southern states did not agree with lincoln as president so they began to sedate
(2)Lincoln helped the northern states win the war and keep the country united
Fort Sumter(1)It's main purpose was to guard Charleston Harbor.
(2)Anderson surrendered after realizing he didn't have a chances to win, leading to the victory of the Southern Army.
Battle of Bull Run(1)The confederates won the battle.(both sides suffer casualties.)
(2)During stonewall Jackson's attack at Henry House hill, the confederate solders charged with their bayonets and screamed a terrifying high pitch battle cry that later became known as the "rebel yell"
Battle of Antietam(1)Despite being heavily outnumbered, the confederate army continued to hold their ground throughout the day.
(2)Abraham Lincoln decided to use their victory as an opportunity to announce the EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.
Emancipation Proclamation SIgned(1)It only freed the slaves in the country that were not under union control
(2)Only 50,000 slaves of 4,000,000 were set free immediately
Battle of vicksburg(1)The city of Vicksburg is located on the Mississippi River. It was the last major port on the river held by the South. If the North could take Vicksburg, the Confederacy would be cut off from supply lines to the west. Also, rebel states such as Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas would be isolated from the rest of the South.
(2)The siege too much longer than your typical battles.
(3)The siege of Vicksburg was a great victory.
Gettysburg Address(1)Lincoln gave a two-minute speech at the dedication of soldiers national cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
(2)Today it is considered one of the greatest speeches ever given
Sherman's March At Sea(1)He gained control of atlanta
(2)After Altlanta he marched to savanna to try and gain ctrol tehr