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Civil War America

The civil war America was one of the most significant events in the history of the United States of America. Fought between the North and the South from 1861 to 1865, the civil war America was the result of several economic, social, and political differences between the northern states and the southern states.

The South including 11 southern states were not agreement with the North's view on Slavery and the federal setup. The North or the Union including the 23 Northern States was in favor of abolition of slavery and strong federal setup, but the South wanted slavery and more powers for states. These social and political clashes between the two resulted in the civil war America.

The South's declaration of their secession from the Union and formation of Confederate States of America (CSA) under the leadership of the President Jefferson Davis was the first step towards the civil war America. The North led by President Lincoln and the Republican Party came forward to defend the strong federal setup and rejected the South's right to secession. The made the civil war America inevitable.

The actual action of the civil war America broke on April 12, 1861, when the South attacked upon the Federal troops that were stationed at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. Consequently there were many fierce battles fought between the forces of the Southern Confederacy and the Northern Union in the civil war America. The civil war America ended with the defeat of the Southern Confederacy and victory of the Union forces in 1865.

With the fall of the South in the civil war America, the Emancipation Proclamation was made to free all the slaves in the Confederacy. The Thirteenth Amendment also did come as the result of the civil war America; the 13th amendment officially abolished and prohibited slavery. The civil war America scripted the new chapter in the dynamic history of the United States.

The major outcome of the civil war America was the full restoration and reconstruction of the Union or the United States. The civil war America permanently ended the issues of secession and slavery. The civil war America resulted in the restoration and strengthening of the United States that consequently became the strongest nation of the world.