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What was the outcome of the US Civil War?

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2017-08-06 18:05:03
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The North, or Union, won and thus prevented the South, or Confederacy, from establishing itself as an independent republic.

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Northern armies crushed, after four long years of war, the Confederacy's ability to field and supply the large armies that would have been needed to carry on the rebellion against the North. The Southern states basically surrendered when Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered what was left of the Army of Northern Virginia. Despite efforts by Confederate president Jefferson Davis, the war was over after four years. And, tragically as the war ended, Lincoln was assassinated. This brought on a horrible reconstruction era and disunity within the USA.

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