anonymous
  • anonymous
why is the battle of fort sumter important to the civil war
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anonymous
  • anonymous
because brtish and america's four for civil rights
anonymous
  • anonymous
it started the civil war.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was also the bloodiest day of the war. not the bloodiest battle though

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The bombardment of Fort Sumter was the first overt engagement of the American Civil War. The Fort, a Federal arsenal in Charleston Harbor, was a symbol of Federal(National or Union) power in the South. The bombardment led by General Beauregard commenced six days after South Carolina declared their secession(breaking away).

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