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The Battle over Slavery - Causes and Effects of the U.S. Civil War-logo

The Battle over Slavery - Causes and Effects of the U.S. Civil War

Michael Capek

The Civil War began when Confederate troops fired on Fort Sumter. But years of tension led up to that first battle. And the war would prove to have major consequences for both sides. Explore the causes and effects of the Civil War—a war to determine the future of the United States. Meets Common Core standards for analyzing cause and effect relationships.

The Civil War began when Confederate troops fired on Fort Sumter. But years of tension led up to that first battle. And the war would prove to have major consequences for both sides. Explore the causes and effects of the Civil War—a war to determine the future of the United States. Meets Common Core standards for analyzing cause and effect relationships.
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The Civil War began when Confederate troops fired on Fort Sumter. But years of tension led up to that first battle. And the war would prove to have major consequences for both sides. Explore the causes and effects of the Civil War—a war to determine the future of the United States. Meets Common Core standards for analyzing cause and effect relationships.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Various Narrators

Length:

37m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

37:37