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1 Key Characters of the Civil War

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3 Abraham Lincoln

4 Abraham Lincoln Was the of the when the started. Freed the because he they would for the. In 1863, signed the that said the were in the Gave the famous known as the Said that the of the was to that.

5 Abraham Lincoln Was the President of the United States when the Civil War started. Freed the because he they would for the. In 1863, signed the that said the were in the Gave the famous known as the Said that the of the was to that.

6 Abraham Lincoln Was the President of the United States when the Civil War started. Freed the slaves because he hoped they would fight for the Union. In 1863, signed the that said the were in the Gave the famous known as the Said that the of the was to that.

7 Abraham Lincoln Was the President of the United States when the Civil War started. Freed the slaves because he hoped they would fight for the Union. In 1863, signed the Emancipation Proclamation that said the slaves were free in the South Gave the famous known as the Said that the of the was to that.

8 Abraham Lincoln Was the President of the United States when the Civil War started. Freed the slaves because he hoped they would fight for the Union. In 1863, signed the Emancipation Proclamation that said the slaves were free in the South Gave the famous speech known as the Gettysburg Address Said that the of the was to that.

9 Abraham Lincoln Was the President of the United States when the Civil War started. Freed the slaves because he hoped they would fight for the Union. In 1863, signed the Emancipation Proclamation that said the slaves were free in the South Gave the famous speech known as the Gettysburg Address Said that the purpose of the war was to make sure that American democracy survived.

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11 Robert E. Lee

12 Robert E. Lee General of the. Invaded Maryland after being defeated by in the. After fighting for a, surrendered to at a town called.

13 Robert E. Lee General of the Confederate Army. Invaded Maryland after being defeated by in the. After fighting for a, surrendered to at a town called.

14 Robert E. Lee General of the Confederate Army. Invaded Maryland after being defeated by Thomas Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley. After fighting for a, surrendered to at a town called.

15 Robert E. Lee General of the Confederate Army. Invaded Maryland after being defeated by Thomas Stonewall Jackson in the Shenandoah Valley. After fighting for almost a year, surrendered to General Grant at a town called Appomattox Court House.

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17 Ulysses S. Grant

18 Ulysses S. Grant General of the. Defeated a large Confederate Army at the Received,, and from the North. This him the back.

19 Ulysses S. Grant General of the Union Army Defeated a large Confederate Army at the Received,, and from the North. This him the back.

20 Ulysses S. Grant General of the Union Army Defeated a large Confederate Army at the Battle of Shiloh Received,, and from the North. This him the back.

21 Ulysses S. Grant General of the Union Army Defeated a large Confederate Army at the Battle of Shiloh Received food, supplies, and new soldiers from the North. This him the back.

22 Ulysses S. Grant General of the Union Army Defeated a large Confederate Army at the Battle of Shiloh Received food, supplies, and new soldiers from the North. This helped him drive the Rebels back.

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24 Jefferson Davis

25 Jefferson Davis Was the of the States. To find more he had to start a. The often his orders.

26 Jefferson Davis Was the President of the Confederate States. To find more he had to start a. The often his orders.

27 Jefferson Davis Was the President of the Confederate States. To find more soldiers he had to start a draft. The often his orders.

28 Jefferson Davis Was the President of the Confederate States. To find more soldiers he had to start a draft. The Confederacy often ignored his orders.

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30 Thomas Stonewall Jackson

31 Thomas Stonewall Jackson General that led the troops at the Battle of. Became known as because he was like a stone wall in ; he never down.

32 Thomas Stonewall Jackson General that led the Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run. Became known as because he was like a stone wall in ; he never down.

33 Thomas Stonewall Jackson General that led the Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run. Became known as Stonewall Jackson because he was like a stone wall in ; he never down.

34 Thomas Stonewall Jackson General that led the Confederate troops at the Battle of Bull Run. Became known as Stonewall Jackson because he was like a stone wall in battle; he never backed down.

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