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Civil War Events

Grade 4

Fort Sumter This was the first battle of the Civil War.
Gettysburg This battle is considered a turning point in the Civil War.
The Atlanta Campaign It was a series of battles that destroyed many parts of northwest Georgia and the city of Atlanta.
Sherman’s March to the Sea A movement of the Union army troops led by General William Tecumseh Sherman that employed a “scorched earth” approach from Atlanta, Georgia, to the Georgia seacoast, with the object of destroying Confederate supplies. 
Appomattox Court House This is the place where Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Army surrounded to Ulysses S. Grant.
Created by: mochateacher