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American Civil War

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  • proper n. A war fought in the United States between 1861 and 1865, between the Northern states (Union) and Southern states (Confederacy).

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  • n. civil war in the United States between the North and the South; 1861-1865

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Examples

  • The close of the American Civil War set loose many Irish veterans who eagerly enlisted in the cause of "the Irish Republic."

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  • The history of the American Civil War has become lost in the "Myth" of the American Civil War.

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  • Gettysburg is considered the turning point of the American Civil War by some historians; others argue the South was doomed after Antietam in 1862.

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  • His book is about the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-05 but he's talking about the American Civil War - which some of his readers could remember having fought … … and today it is 2008 - and we have what these guys would have considered science-fiction warfare going on in Iraq War II and the Afghan Conflict ….

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  • Over 130 years ago following the American Civil War, Julia Ward Howe wrote the

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  • When the American Civil War started, Confederate Robert E. Lee owned no slaves.

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