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Charleston in the American Civil War - Wikipedia

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Charleston, South Carolina, was a hotbed of secession at the start of the American Civil War and an important Atlantic Ocean port city for the fledgling Confederate States of America. The first shot...

Which Cities were burned during the civil war - Answers.com

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Atlanta and Richmond were the two major confederate cities whichwere nearly burned to the ground late in the Civil War.

Urban Destruction during the Civil War - Oxford Research ...

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Both Union and Confederate armies bombarded and burned cities with these goals in mind. ... Because of this, the destruction of cities during the American Civil War ... Fredericksburg's location—midway between the major urban centers of ... cross; the bridges were burned and Burnside's pontoon boats were late arriving.

Civil War Timeline - Gettysburg National Military Park (U.S. National ...

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A time line of important events during the American Civil War. ... The Union Army under General Nathaniel Lyon, attack Confederate troops and state .... Though 48 of the escapees were later captured and two drowned, 59 were able to ... Union forces under William T. Sherman enter the city of Meridian, Mississippi after a ...

Capital Cities of the Confederacy - Civil War Trust

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Delegates from six of the seven seceded states (the Texans arrived late) wrote ... own capital as the seat of the Confederacy, many were eager to accept the offer. ... and adjourned May 21, and scheduled to meet in Richmond two months later. ... of the Richmond and Danville Railroad and a major Confederate supply base.

The burning of Atlanta, seared into America's memory | Pittsburgh ...

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Aug 31, 2014 ... The fall of Atlanta 150 years ago this week was a Civil War pivot, while 1939's “ Gone ... There were fears in late 1939 that Pittsburgh-born David O. Selznick's ... 2, 1864, the Confederates had fled and Union forces captured the city. ... 26, 1940, nearly 2,000 “GWTM enthusiasts,” as they were dubbed by The ...

General William Tecumseh Sherman | HistoryNet

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(After Civil War, named General of the Army of the United States) ... Two of his foster brothers would serve as major generals in the Union Army during the Civil War. ... where his men repeatedly burned the city of Jackson until it became known as ... On December 21, 1864, his troops took Savannah from the Confederates, ...

December 1862–October 1863 - The Civil War in America ...

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Only two months after the North's major defeat at Chancellorsville, Virginia, in May ... But by December 11 and 12, Union troops were preparing for the ill-fated attack ... Red Cross, Clara Barton came to the aid of soldiers fighting in the Civil War. .... In late April and early May, 1863, the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia...

Presidential Key Events (Grant) - Miller Center

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Ulysses S. Grant, the Civil War hero and Republican candidate, ... As the project neared completion in the late 1860s, it became evident that a meeting ... as otherwise the two companies were likely to continue building past one another. .... Ulysses S. Grant - 10/08/1871: The city of Chicago is nearly burned to the ground

How Lincoln Could Have Prevented Civil War by Sanderson Beck

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This is nearly as many as all the Americans who have died in all the other wars of ... Although Lincoln was obviously not the only cause of the Civil War, he was ... the idea of forming a central confederacy if the Federal Union were disrupted. .... a majority of the cities, villages, and county houses were burned to the ground.