An important event of the Civil War was when Abraham Lincoln was inaugurated as President of the United States. This sparked the southern fire which would inevitably burn throughout the Civil War. Other Important Events were secession from the Union, The forming of the Confederacy, The Emancipation Proclamtion, and the firing on Fort Sumter, and Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendering to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomatox Court House in VA.
The Confederate capture of Fort Sumter was important to the US Civil War because it was the event that led to the US Civil War.
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The first important war in the US Civil War was the First Battle of Bull Run, won by the South.The assault on Fort Sumter was not a battle of the US Civil War. It was an act of rebellion that led to the US Civil War.
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There were several major events that happened after the Civil War. One of the biggest was the Civil Rights Movement.The Reconstruction of America's economy and land was taking place after the Civil War.
Lincoln was a important man juring the civil war because ha stoped slavery
The Civil War is so important to us as Americans because any understanding of our nation today HAS to be based on the understanding of the Civil War. It defined us as a nation. The Revolutionary War did what it did and so did the other wars we had with Europe. But the Civil War defined us of who we are. And to open us up to what we would become today. Good and bad. It was a crossroad of who we were and who we became.
While certainly an important event in US history, the US Civil War didn't "lead" or "start" the study of US History.
The 15th Amendment was not important during the US Civil War. The amendment was passed in 1870.
* The fall of Fort Sumter. * The shootout between the Monitor and the Virginia. * Vicksburg. * Gettysburg. * Sherman's March to the Sea.
Frederick Douglas, a former slave who had "escaped" his captivity became in the antebelum days an important scholar and commentator on the events in the United States. Many important people consulted him and his opinions were well respected. He was a frind of Lincoln's as example. He was also a good writer. With all that said, Douglas had no real impact on the US Civil War. With all respect, the events prior to, during and after the war had no tangible affects other than being important to his friends and critics.
Clearly two major events were extremely important to Clara Barton. One was her volunteering to aid wounded soldiers from both sides in the US Civil War, and the other was her founding the American Red Cross.
Zachary Taylor died on 9 July 1850 long before the US Civil War.
In the US, the most important document issued during the Civil War was the Emancipation Proclamation.
Union US Civil War records on the events of the war were more accurate than those of the South. For the Union soldiers, nearly 30,000 of them had amputation surgery during the war.
There were two major events that took place after the US Civil War ended. One dramatic event was the assassination of US President Lincoln. The other historic event was the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson. Both events were unique in that no US President had ever been assassinated up until Lincoln's killing, and Johnson was the first US President to be impeached.
Yes, it was in the Confederate state of Mississippi, and it was an important river-port on the Mississippi. Its occupation by Ulysses Grant was one of the key events of the war.
The civil war was much worse, it was us against us. More people died in the civil war
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For the most part, there were not many battles in Texas during the US Civil War. Texas was in a manner of speaking, off the beaten trail in the war. It's coastline on the Gulf of Mexico was important, however, based on the way the war was fought, the eastern US and the midwest were the most important places in the war.
The country remained united and became a world power.
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