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Taylor, Victoria, and Racheal
Virginia 30 miles west from Washington D.C By Bull Run Creek In Manassas
MCDOWELLBEAUREGARD Leader of the North Leader of the South
Sunday at 2 o’clock the drums beat the assembly, then the started fighting at 2:10
Union 460 killed 1,124 wounded 1,312 missing 29 guns abandoned or captured by the Confederates 28,450 on the Union side 387 killed 1,582 wounded 13 missing 32,230 on the Confederate side Confederate
It was the first major battle The Henry house was smashed Days were hot and steamy
Politicians The north wanted Lincoln to invade Virginia Newspapers pressured President Lincoln to quick end of the rebellion of the southern states and Lincoln was stressed.
Soldiers with hunting skills The New York 71 st The New Hampshire 2 nd
The Battle of Bull Run lasted about one day.
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The Emancipation Proclamation The Beginning of the End of Slavery.
First Battle of Bull Run July 21, Background Information Also known as the First Battle of Manassas Battle took place on July 21, 1861 in Manassas,
From Bull Run to Antietam
Major Battles and Events of the Civil War
WEAPONS, BATTLES, AND BATTLE FIELD ER The Civil War.
By Timmy Bish,Nicholas Cafasso & Dominick Shroyer.
A B C D E
The First Battle At Bull Run
Jump Start Which State was the first to secede from the Union just before the Civil War?Which State was the first to secede from the Union just before.
Major battles 1 st Bull Run (Manassas)- Virginia, July 1861 Union dominates at first, but then Confederates take control, Union forces actually run away.
Social Studies Quick Write Homework None Reminder
The Civil War Begins. Ft. Sumter April 6, 1861 – President Lincoln announces that he is re-supplying Union troops at Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor.
Chapter 17 Section 2 No Easy Victory
Front Sumter, South Carolina Since South Carolina had seceded from the United States, it didn’t want Northern soldiers on its land at Fort Sumter Southern.
Civil War Leaders. Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy -President of the Confederate States of America. He was also Commander - in - Chief of.
First Manassas. On July 18, 1861 Union troops began to March to Manassas They were new recruits and had only signed up for 90 days On July 21 st a.
The Civil War Begins. The South Secedes After the election of 1860 South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union. 10 other states decided.
War Erupts The Secession of the Southern States quickly led to armed conflict between the North and the South.
NorthSouth capture the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginiadefend homelands capture railroad center in Chattanooga, Tennessee wear down invading.
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