vicksburg
gettysburg
civil war
union
confederate
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how long was the vicksburg battle

47 days

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how long did the battle last

3 days


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how far did the armies get to gettyburg 

up to 25 miles

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how much bigger was the union army than the confederate army.

2 times bigger

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what were the confederates trying to keep

slavery

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when did the battle take place

May 18 - Jul 4, 1863.

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how many people died is gettysburg

approximately 51,000

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did the union or confederate win

union won

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How does a union get started in the workplace

 have a majority of workers in a bargaining unit vote for union representation. In either case, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) must then certify the newly formed union.

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what problems did the confederate have

poverty and poor relief

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what are the 2 most important outcomes of the battle 

 Vicksburg's strategic location on the Mississippi River made it a critical win for both the Union and the Confederacy. The Confederate surrender there ensured Union control of the Mississippi River and cleaved the South in two.

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what was gettysburg address

Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

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why did they fight battles on farmland.

Big cities tended to hug the east coast of the United States and were usually well removed from the battlefields.

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what place did the union take over

The Mississippi River

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what are the 13 states of the confederates

The Confederacy included the states of Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

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what was one important detail about the battle of vicksburg

it was a great victory for union

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what general led the union in the battle of gettysburg?

general george g. meade

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how many borders states were there.

5

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What is the National Labor Relations Act?

400

what state was thinking about leaving

Texas


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why was vicksburg a major turning point 

The Siege of Vicksburg was a great victory for the Union. It gave control of the Mississippi River to the Union. Around the same time, the Confederate army under General Robert E. Lee was defeated at the Battle of Gettysburg. These two victories marked the major turning point of the Civil War in favor of the Union.

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which day out of 3 three had the largest and most expensive battle 

the 2nd day had the largest and most expensive battle

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About how many lives were lost in the American Civil War?

620,000 died

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what was the first state to leave the union

south carolina 

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how many confederate states were there.

11

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