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Chapter 16 Terms Mrs. Kercher
Fort Sumter Union fort Off coast of SC First shots Confederates fired first shots 4/12
Robert E. Lee Confederate General Originally on the Union side
King Cotton Military strategy of the confederacy Hoped foreign dependency on cotton would bring alliance support
Anaconda Plan North’s military strategy Developed by Scott Wanted to strangle the south’s economy
The Monitor Union ironclad
The Merrimack Confederate ironclad Renamed the Virginia
enlist To sign up to fight in the military
Ulysses S. Grant Union General
Battle of Antietam Bloodiest battle Lee withdrew troops McClellan was fired by Pres. Lincoln
Sevens’ Day Battles Battles that took place in VA. Lee and McClellan fight over a period of time. Casualties were horrific McClellan’s troop retreat and hopes of capturing Richmond fail.
From Bull Run to Antietam
The Civil War. Fort Sumter Confederates fired the first shots of the first battle of the war. Confederates took the fort with 4,000 rounds of artillery.
The Civil War Social Studies LLDV Mr. Pinto Chapter 11, section 1.
Chapter 11 Section 1 April 12, Fort Sumter, SC- Civil War- Union vs. Confederacy.
The Civil War Begins. Start of the War 7 southernmost states seceded – 1861 Only 2 Southern forts were still in Union hands Fort Sumter – SC Confederacy.
Chapter 16.1 and 16.2 American Civil War.
People More People Battles More Battles Random Civil.
The Civil War Begins Section pp Learning Objectives Explain how the Civil War began Explain Northern and Confederate shortsightedness.
Chapter 17: The Civil War Vocabulary. Battle of Bull Run battle won by the Confederates and Stonewall Jackson.
What are the 7 basic principles of the U.S. Constitution? (Hint: Unit 2 - #3) Discuss with the person next to you…
Chapter 11 The Civil War Objectives……. Explain how the war started. started. Identify leaders of the North and South North and South Understand the Emancipation.
Jeopardy PeopleBattlesVocabFacts Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
The Civil War The First Shots The Strengths and Weaknesses The Game Plans.
Bell ringer Explain how the Civil War started. Why did Americans choose sides and fight one another?
Warm - Up : Answer the question on the back of your video guide : Was the war inevitable ? Could it have been avoided ? Why was compromise so unsuccessful.
Chapter 10 Section 2 The Early Years of War 1) The war was fought in the ____________, in the ________ and in the ______________ River valley in the.
CHAPTER 4 SECTION 1. In the beginning… The Civil War began in 1861 at FT. SUMTER. The Civil War was between the NORTHERN states and the SOUTHERN states.
Chapter 16, Section 2 Early Years of the War. The First Battle of Bull Run First major battle of the Civil War. Union troops commanded by General Irvin.
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