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The American Civil war started in 1861 and ended in 1865


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The start of the US Civil War was the Battle of Fort Sumter.

The US Civil War started on April 12, 1861.

About four million slaves were in the US at the start of the US Civil War. Most of them were in the eleven Confederate states.

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The first US draft was the US Civil War. The last US draft was the Vietnam War.

There were 34 States in the Union when the Civil War began.

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The US Civil War started on April 12, 1861, at Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, in South Carolina.

The civil war started over "States Rights", not slavery.

At Fort Sumter, South Carolina.

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Daniel Webster died in 1852, more than a decade before the start of the US Civil War. You may be thinking of the War of 1812.

What invention helped to contribute to the start of the civil war and how did it help contribute to

Well, Uncle Tom's Cabin helped start the Civil War because it gave the the slaves an idea to start the underground railroad. The under ground rail road made the southerner's angry. Which helped start the Civil War.

The California Gold Rush of between 1848 - 1849 was 12 years before the start of the US Civil War.

the civil war started with the battle of fort Sumter and ended ion the appomattox Courthouse where general Lee was forced to surrender, thus ending the civil war.

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The civil war was much worse, it was us against us. More people died in the civil war

Which Civil War? If you mean the US Civil War, not hardly.

war starts with this side having best generals at the start of the civil war?

For many of the same reasons they immigrated before the Civil War - to start a new and better life, with more promise for the future

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