The Events Leading Up to the Civil War
Conflicts widened between the North and the South as two sides collided in every event before the Civil War. The North and the South were very different in many ways. They were known as two different countries because of their cultural and economic differences. The disagreements between the North and the South aggravated the separation that was soon to follow. When the North gained the control of
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Confederate Constitution, the people were allowed to own slaves and move them from one state to another. The term of president was six years and protective tariffs were prohibited.
After these serious, terrifying events, the Civil War was fought. During the three days in July, over 160,000 men fought, fell, and died in the quiet town of Pennsylvania. Blood and dead bodies were in every sight. However, this was only the beginning of the Civil War.