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What group in S.C., wanted to wait for other states to join them before they seceded? Cooperationists
Who won the election of 1860? Abraham Lincoln
When did South Carolina secede from the Union? December 20, 1860
What event marked the start of the Civil War? The attack on Fort Sumpter
In 1864, who did Lincoln appoint as General-in-Chief of the Union Army? Ulysses S. Grant (Grant the Butcher)
Who was the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia? Robert E. Lee
What military did Grant and Sherman employ? Total War
What S.C. site was the headquarters for the Union blockade of the South Atlantic states? Port Royal
Approximately, how many deaths were there during the Civil War? 620,000 deaths
When and by whom was Abraham Lincoln assassinated? April 14, 1865, assassination was by John Wilkes Booth.
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