What were the major victories for the union?
- First Battle of Bull Run. First Battle of Bull Run by Kurz & Allison.
- Shiloh. Battle of Shiloh by Thure de Thulstrup.
- Antietam. The Battle of Antietam by Kurz & Allison.
- Emancipation Proclamation.
Which battles did the union win?
- Confederate victory at Bull Run (July 1861)
- Confederate invasion of Kentucky (September 1861)
- Union capture of Forts Henry and Donelson (February 1862)
- Albert Sidney Johnston’s death (April 1862)
- Union capture of New Orleans (April 1862)
- Union victory at Battle of Antietam (September 1862)
What led to the Union’s victory?
Some of the main contributing factors are superior industrial capabilities, more efficient logistical support, greater naval power, and a largely lopsided population in favor of the Union. …
Would the Confederacy have outlawed slavery?
With slavery being so central to the Confederate cause, economy, and social structure, it is unlikely that slavery could have been abolished within the near future after secession. First, the concentration of slavery was gradually moving southward as years of cotton planting had depleted the soil of the Upper South.
What if South had won civil war?
If the South Had Won the Civil War is a 1961 alternate history book by MacKinlay Kantor, a writer who also wrote several novels about the American Civil War as it actually happened. Later writers of such books, such as Harry Turtledove, explicitly stated Kantor’s influence on their own work.
What would have happened if the Confederates won the war?
The question of emancipation has broader global implications, including that slavery would not have ended in 1863. There’s no reason to think that if the Confederate States had won the war – not necessarily conquering the North, but at least fighting to a draw – they would have voluntarily given up slavery.