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Abolitionists

Anderson, Robert

Barton, Clara

Beauregard, Pierre

Beecher, Henry Ward

Bell, John

Booth, John Wilkes

Brady, Mathew

Bragg, Braxton

Breckinridge, John C.

Brown, John

Buell, Don Carlos

Buford, John

Burnside, Ambrose

Chase, Salmon

Custer, George Armstrong

Davis, Jefferson

Douglas, Stephen A.

Douglass, Frederick

Early, Jubal

Farragut, David

Forrest, Nathan Bedford

Fremont, John C.

Garrison, William Lloyd

Grant, Ulysses S.

Greeley, Horace

Halleck, Henry

Hamlin, Hannibal

Hood, John B.

Hooker, Joseph

Jackson, Stonewall

Johnson, Andrew

Johnston, Joseph

Lee, Robert E.

Lincoln, Abraham

Longstreet, James

McClellan, George

McDowell, Irvin

Meade, George Gordon

Pope, John

Rosencrans, William S.

Scott, Winfield

Seward, William

Sheridan, Philip

Sherman, William T.

Stanton, Edwin

Stephens, Andrew

Stowe, Harriet Beecher

Stuart, J.E.B.

Taney, Roger

Tubman, Harriet

Anaconda Plan

Antietam

Appomattox Court House

Army of the Potomac

Atlanta

Bull Run

Chancellorsville

Chattanooga

Chickamauga

Cold Harbor

Compromise of 1850

Confederate States of America

Constitutional Union Party

Crittenden Compromise

Dred Scott Decision

Emancipation Proclamation

Five Forks

Fort Sumter

Fredericksburg

Fugitive Slave Law

Gettysburg Address

Habeas Corpus

Hampton Roads

Harpers Ferry

Homestead Act of 1862

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Know-Nothing Party

Lincoln-Douglas Debates

Monitor & Merrimack

Murfreesboro

Peninsular Campaign

Petersburg

Popular Sovereignty

Reconstruction

Republican Party

Richmond

Shiloh

Slavery

Spotsylvania

Wilderness, The

Uncle Tom's Cabin

Underground Railroad

Vicksburg

Wilmot Proviso


 
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