Where Did the Civil War End?

Where Did the Civil War End?

The Civil War came to an end at the McLean House, which was located in the village of Appomattox, Va. This was as a result of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee surrendering his army on April 9, 1965.

The Civil War began in 1861 when Confederate forces started attacking Union-controlled areas. This war lasted for a period of 5 years causing the deaths of 640,000 to 700,000 people and a number of casualties. The war started as a result of disagreements between Northern and Southern states on issues like slavery, trade, taxation and rights.