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Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri Border States
General of Confederacy Robert E. Lee
an army officer academy and fought in the Mexican-American War West Point
Union General; opened two important water routes into western Confederacy. Ulysses S. Grant
Union Admiral moved north into the Mississippi and captured New Orleans David Farragut
free all the slaves in areas where rebellion took place Emancipation Proclamation
American nurse who founded the American Red Cross Clara Barton
ships that manage to leave or enter a blockaded port Blockade Runners
General Lee surrended Appomattox Court House
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