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U.S. Civil War

Top 5 Causes of the US Civil War:
1. Economic and social differences between the North and the South.
2. States versus federal rights.
3. The fight between Slave and Non-Slave State Proponents.
4. Growth of the Abolition Movement.
5. The election of Abraham Lincoln.
For more information, visit: americanhistory.about.com/ od/ civilwarmenu/ a/ cause_civil_war.htm


Fort Clinch, Fernandina Beach, Florida - Home to Union troops, March of 1862 - 1869










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US Civil War Soldiers    Newton F. ABBOTT (1818, - 21 October 1879, Goshen, Connecticut, USA)
US Civil War Soldiers    Joseph ACKERMAN (13 December 1835, - 21 July 1879, Nashua, New Hampshire, USA (Dunstable))
US Civil War Soldiers    Oliver B ADAMS (11 November 1837, Kennebunkport, Maine, USA - 13 February 1901, Biddeford, Maine, USA (Biddeford Pool))
US Civil War Soldiers    William F. ADAMS (2 January 1837, Norton, Massachusetts, USA - 15 March 1862, Norton, Massachusetts, USA)
US Civil War Soldiers    Horace AKERS (1823, Granby, Massachusetts, USA - 21 August 1864, Andersonville, Sumter County, Georgia, USA)
US Civil War Soldiers     Louisa May ALCOTT (29 November 1832, Germantown, Pennsylvania, USA - 6 March 1888, Boston, Massachusetts, USA)
(Amos Bronson ALCOTT & Abigail MAY)

US Civil War Soldiers    Alfred Cecil ALFORD (January 1842, Barkhamsted, Connecticut, USA (Riverton) - 19 September 1864, Winchester, Winchester City, Virginia, USA)
US Civil War Soldiers    Albert N. ALLEN (1843, - 25 July 1864, Point Lookout, Maryland, USA)
US Civil War Soldiers    Benjamin Potwine ALLEN (1 July 1808, East Windsor, Connecticut, USA (Broad Brook) (Warehouse Point) - 10 July 1862, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA (North Amherst) (South Amherst))
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