Why The Civil War Began Essay

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During 1750 's to the 1890 's many conflict arisen, one being the civil war. It had a massive impact on the united states that can still be seen today. The civil war started in 1861 and lasted until 1865. There was many wars during the civil war, but the biggest battle during the civil war is the battle of Gettysburg, it is now a national park. the battle of Gettysburg gave the civil war a shift of momentum and allowed the union to win the civil war. There are many reason why the civil war started. Some believe it was for equal right, yes thats is one reason why the civil war started. Slavery was a problem that the North didn 't like. The South used African Americans to do there dirty work, they beat them and sold them to other “white folk”. African Americans didn 't have many right if they had any. another reason the civil war started is because the North thought that once you was in the army you couldn 't leave the army. But the South thought that it should be like the American revolution. in 1861 on April 12 at 4:30 a.m the South “ The confederate army” fired upon Fort Sumter. The confederate army took over Fort Sumter with in 34 hours and made the union to evaluate the fissility which…show more content…
The impact of the Civil War changed the world almost immediately after. Slavery was abolished and every man and women no matter what color was treated equally. The african americans had to be set free and given equal rights. According to a New York times news article, “the Civil War adopted three new amendments the 13th which ended slavery, the 14th which made every one born in the U.S.A. citizens. the 15th amendment was also one of the three amendments that was adopted after the Civil War, which made made every one equal that way the african americans could work where ever the choose and drink from whatever they choose.” The Impact of the Civil War can still be seen today in 2016 evan though it was years ago. Today when the U.S. citizens look at what the world has
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