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Where Was The First Battle Of The American Civil War Fought?

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The first battle of the American Civil War was fought at Fort Sumter between the Union and Confederate armies. Fort Sumter was located in the Charleston Harbor, which was situated in the state of South Carolina. South Carolina was the first state to secede from the Union, acting on its threat, which the Southern states had issued lest Abraham Lincoln gets elected as the next president of the United States. The battle at Fort Sumter was fought on the 12th of April in the year 1861.

The reason for the fight was the conflict of land of the Fort Sumter between the Union and the Confederate States of America. The conflict soon turned into a full-fledged battle when both of the sides refused to give up Fort Sumter and despite of the strength of the Union army in terms of supplies and the number of soldiers, it was the Confederate army that won the first battle of the American Civil War at Fort Sumter.
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Fort Sumter was the battle that started the civil war and there was no casualties but the battle of bull run or manasass was the first official one
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The south

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