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Who were the two Presidents during the Civil War?


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2011-04-12 13:27:45
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On April 12, 1861, America was split up into two parts. The north & the south. The North was the United States of America. The South was the Confederate States of America. The president of the Confederate States of America was Jefferson Davis. The President of the United States of America was Abraham Lincoln. They were considered the Presidents of the Civil War.


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