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Surname 1The Civil WarThe Role of Women in The Civil WarSubmitted by:Students NameInstitutional AffiliationCourse InstructorCourse Date
Surname 2CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTIONIntroductionThe civil war was fought in the United States of America from 1861-65, between northern states faithful to the Federation and southern states that had withdrawn from the union to give birth to the Confederate States of America. The primary reason why the war was fought was due to the enacted law of ownership of African-American slaves. Southern states were majorly farmers and relied on labour from slaves, and the northerners had invested in factories and railways. After the triumph of Abraham Lincoln as the president of the United States, the southern states seceded to form the confederation. The southern states began to wage war to the northerners by attacking Fort Sumter (Hassler and Webber). As the war continued, more states joined the confederation. This research paper will present the role that females played in the civilwar and their significance. The fact remains that women played a rather significant role like men,and their efforts were at per with those of men. This research project will provide a review of condition of-workmanship plan limitation investigation work on during look-ahead planning. Also, it will propose an applied system for overseeing requirements.’Statement of The ProblemThe history contribution of female folks in explanation of the war have always been neglected and framed of least importance. A higher percentage of people who view the history ofthe war, only speak of the male dominance and the contributions that were made by well-known male members who participated in the war. This research will outline clearly the contributions made by the females in the war to preserve the actual accounts of the civil war in the states of
Surname 3America. In summary, there is a need for concise comprehension of women’s involvement in the