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Battle of Shiloh

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BC: www.google.com www.harligan.isd.edu americanhistory.about.com | Bibliography.

FC: The Battler Of Shiloh | By Livvy Sprague

1: Confederate: Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston and Gen. P.G.T Beugard | Union: Major Gen. Ulysses and Major Gen. Don Carlos Buell | Who was involved?

2: Confederate forces led by General Johnston attacked Union General Grant's army at Pittsburg Landing. The Union forces were not prepared but they still managed to hold their own until the arrival of General Buell's army and other reinforcements at Pittsburg Landing. The Confederates lost their leader when General Johnston was killed by a stray bullet. On the second day, April 7th, Grant launched a counterattack and the Confederates retreated to Corinth. | What happened?

3: The battle took place in Hardon County, Tennessee. A large place for a large amount of people. | Where did it happen?

4: The event occured a suprise attack by the confederates, to get rid of all the union Generals. | Why did the event occur?

5: When? | The Battle Of Shiloh happened April 6-7, 1862. HOwever was one of the Bloodiest battles ever recorded.

6: How did people react? | Since the battle was a suprise attack at firt many where killed, the begining was unfair.

7: How could their actions affect us today? | Who knows where us Americans would be today if their were not the Battle Of Shiloh.

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