Battle of Shiloh
The Battle of Shiloh (also known as the Battle of Pittsburgh Landing) was a crucial victory for the Union during the Civil War.
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extreme, harsh, or cruel.
having the ability to do something.
(1860-1865) American conflict between the Union (north) and Confederacy (south).
having to do with the Confederate States of America (south) during the Civil War.
to reach the highest point or most important part of something.
predetermined course of events in the life of a person.
protected place. Also called a fort.
very large or heavy.
to go beyond a set limit.
having to do with states supporting the United States (north) during the U.S. Civil War.