Civil War Yankees?

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The civil war Yankee was a war that was triggered by Abraham Lincoln's election, because he wanted to abolish slavery. The war was between the North (Yankees) and the south (rebels); whereby, the north wanted the south to give up their farms for factory constructions.
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