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Lincoln and general grant were two big names for the north and there were few natives on the unions side but no one knows there identity
I would Say, General Grant, Clara Barton, Sherman, and lincoln.

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They were the North. They were against states having final decisions on the public matters. They believed that all final law should be from the Federal Government and not the States. The South believed we were a group of independent countries (or States) that made their own decisions and were held by a common bond through defense.

The issue was not completely about slavery. That was a brilliant move on Lincoln's part to free slaves only in the South. The slaves of the North were slaves during the whole period and were not freed until after the civil war. (Yes, they did have slaves in the North too!) (and Yes, Blacks did fight for the South!)

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General Ulysses S. Grant, General William Tecumseh Sherman, President Abraham Lincoln, Stephen Douglas, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Henry Clay, Harriet Tubman, William Lloyd Garrison, and many others.

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General Ulysses S. Grant was a Union general. and also there was Illinoise Mcdowell .

p.s. word of the wise: remember to capitalize all pronouns such as Illinoise Mcdowell

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Ullsses Simpson Grant William Tecumseh Sherman George Brinton McClellan

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The North - or what was left of the United States after the Southern slave-states had broken away to form the Confederacy.

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one important Union Army leader is Abraham Lincoln

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In the union army who were some important leaders?

Abraham Lincoln


Who lead the Union army?

The Union Army had several leaders. Some of them were George McClellan, William Tecumseh Sherman, and Ulysses S. Grant. Abraham Lincoln was President during the Civil War.


Who where two important people from the union in the civil war?

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The Union army (or armies)


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