What attack started the civil war?

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The attack on Fort Sumter by South Carolina militia and the cadets from the Citadel military school on April 12, 1861, was the actual beginning of the Civil War. John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry a couple of years earlier is sometimes cited as the
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The Battle of Edgehill - 23 Oct 1642. Assuming that you mean the English civil war, not one of the hundreds of other ones.
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All of these could be useful to a historian who is trying to reconstruct the Civil War, assuming that the modern map is relevant to the subject. However, if only one of them can be
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