The American Civil War began in 1861 and ended in 1865.
Prior to the US Civil War, Southern states were sometimes referred to as slave holding states. Technically and in reality, until the Civil War, all US states were called US states. This is not some way to marginalize the antebellum period of the US.
No, it couldn't be. That meant that the US was declaring war against itself!
Revolutionary War, Civil War.
Do you know if the us was at war or at peace?W/Bps that means write back:We were at war....the CIVIL WAR!Uhh, no.Johnson succeeded Lincoln after his assassination after the Civil War during the Reconstruction period
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The US Civil War began in 1861.
The American Revolutionary War began in 1775. The US Civil War began in 1861. Therefore the Revolutionary War was before the Civil War.
1861 through 1865 they thought it would be a short war but it lasted a long 4 yearsThe US Civil War began on April 13, 1861. It began in the early hours before dawn in Charleston Harbor, South Carolina.
Once the US Civil War began, Senator Douglas supported the war in order to keep the Union whole.
The US Civil War began when Confederate forces fired on Fort Sumter, which was located on an island in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.
US Civil War 1861-1865.
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The US military draft began in the US Civil War (1861-1865).
Yes. But it really began to expand westward after the Civil War.
The US Civil War began in 1861. The beginning of this armed conflict was in South Carolina. The US Supreme Court ruled in 1862 that the war actually began in July of 1861 when US President Lincoln addressed the US Congress to ask for funds and soldiers to put down the Southern rebellion.
The US civil War began in 1861 and the Korean War began in 1950 and the War of 1812 began in 1812. So it goes from left to right War of 1812, US Civil War, Korean War