Major Battles Of The Civil War

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Major Battles Of The Civil War. : 

Major Battles Of The Civil War. By: Sergio Argueta

The Battle of Franklin TN : 

The Battle of Franklin TN

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November 30, 1864 It was one of the worst disasters of the war for the Confederate States Army

Fort Sumter : 

Fort Sumter

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April 12–13, 1861 was the bombardment and surrender of Fort Sumter, near Charleston, South Carolina, that started the American Civil War.

Battle of Pulaski : 

Battle of Pulaski

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April 10–11, 1862 during the American Civil War. Union forces on Tybee Island plagued and captured the Confederate-held Fort Pulaski after 30 hours of bombardment

Fort Fisher : 

Fort Fisher

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was a Confederate fort during the American Civil War. It protected the vital trading routes of the port at Wilmington, North Carolina, from 1861 until its capture by the Union in 1865.

Battle of Fort Donelson : 

Battle of Fort Donelson

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February 11 to February 16, 1862 Nearly 1,000 soldiers on both sides had been killed, with about 3,000 wounded still on the field. Some froze to death in the snowstorm, many Union soldiers having thrown away their blankets and coats.

Battle of Fort Henry : 

Battle of Fort Henry

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February 6, 1862 The ironic fact is that if Grant had been as cautious as other generals in the Union Army and had delayed his departure by two days, the battle would have never occurred, since by February 8, Fort Henry was completely underwater.

Battle of Shiloh : 

Battle of Shiloh

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April 6–7, 1862 also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing

Battle of Perryville : 

Battle of Perryville

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October 8, 1862 Considering the casualties for the engaged strengths of the armies, the Battle of Perryville was one of the bloodiest battles of the Civil War, and the largest battle fought in the state of Kentucky.

Battle of Antietam : 

Battle of Antietam

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September 17, 1862 Losses for the day were heavy on both sides. The Union had 12,401 casualties with 2,108 dead. Confederate casualties were 10,318 with 1,546 dead. This represented 25% of the Federal force and 31% of the Confederate

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