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U.S. Civil War, 1861 to 1865 Ten Costliest Battles Tyler Liebnau Battle Forces Engaged No. Casualties Percent Casualties Total Union Confederate Union Confederate Union Confederate Casualties Gettysburg 82,289 75,000 23,049 28,063 28% 37% 51,112 Chickamauga 58,222 66,326 18,049 20,561 31% 31% 38,610 Chancellorsville 133,868 60,892 17,278 12,821 13% 21% 30,099 Spotsylvania 83,000 50,000 18,399 9,000 22% 18% 27,399 Antietam 75,316 51,844 12,410 13,724 16% 26% 26,134 Wilderness 101,895 61,025 17,666 7,750 17% 13% 25,416 Second Manassas
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Unformatted text preview: 75,696 48,527 16,054 9,197 21% 19% 25,251 Stone's River 41,400 37,739 11,592 10,567 28% 28% 22,159 Shiloh 62,682 40,335 13,047 10,694 21% 27% 23,741 Fort Donalson 27,000 21,000 2,832 16,623 10% 79% 19,455 TOTALS 150,376 139,000 289,376 Avg. Percent Confederate Casualties: 30% Avg. Percent Union Casualties: 21% Largest Confederate Force: 75,000 Largest Union Force: 133,868 ( Red =victor)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Vladimir during the Fall '11 term at Central Mich..

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