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Chapter 14 U.S. History. 1. Fredericksburg 2. Vicksburg 3. Mills Spring 4. Chancellorsville.

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1 Chapter 14 U.S. History

2 1. Fredericksburg 2. Vicksburg 3. Mills Spring 4. Chancellorsville

3 1. Fair Oaks 2. Chickamauga 3. 2 nd Manassas 4. Gettysburg

4 1. Monitor vs. Merrimac 2. Valley Campaign 3. Antietam 4. Seven Days’ Battle

5 1. David Farragut 2. John Erickson 3. Leonard Wall 4. Raphael Semmes

6 1. Outbreak of cholera 2. Under siege 3. Railroad had been destroyed 4. George Thomas was killed

7 1. Shiloh 2. Ft. Donelson 3. Chickamauga 4. Perryville

8 1. Implementation 2. Substitutionary 3. Conscription 4. Militarization

9 1. New York 2. Philadelphia 3. Boston 4. Chicago

10 1. Mobile, AL 2. Charleston, SC 3. New Orleans, LA 4. Wilmington, NC

11 1. Democrats who sympathized with the South 2. Radical Republicans who wanted the South to suffer 3. People who took a neutral position on the war 4. Southern secessionists who wanted to secede

12 1. Ulysses S. Grant 2. Winfield Scott 3. William Sherman 4. Don Buell

13 1. Alabama 2. Virginia 3. Georgia 4. South Carolina

14 1. Civilians 2. Immigrants 3. Africans 4. Soldiers

15 1. Shiloh 2. Vicksburg 3. New Orleans 4. Island No. 10

16 1. Braxton Bragg 2. John Hood 3. James Longstreet 4. Felix Zollicoffer

17 1. Vicksburg 2. Petersburg 3. Atlanta 4. Appomattox

18 1. Freed all the slaves 2. Backfired on Lincoln 3. Done for political reasons 4. North rioted over this document

19 1. Factories 2. Transportation 3. Navy 4. Leadership

20 1. New Orleans 2. Vicksburg 3. Shiloh 4. Fort Donelson

21 1. Missouri 2. Maryland 3. Delaware 4. Kentucky

22 1. Gettysburg 2. Antietam 3. Chancellorsville 4. Wilderness

23 1. Kennesaw Mountain 2. Spotsylvania Court House 3. Cold Harbor 4. Shiloh

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25 1. November 5-7, February 2-4, July 1-3, September 17-20, 1864

26 1. Highly motivated 2. More people 3. Large numbers of factories 4. Produce lots of grain

27 1. James Longstreet 2. Joseph Johnston 3. Irvin McDowell 4. Stonewall Jackson 5. George B. McClellan 6. Ambrose Burnside 7. John Hood 8. Ulysses S. Grant 9. William Rosecrans 10. Braxton Bragg 11. George Meade 12. David Farragut 13. George Thomas 14. Joe Hooker

28 1. I ran against Lincoln in the election of I shot President Lincoln. 3. North’s general who accomplished the March to the Sea. 4. South’s top general throughout the war. 5. President of the Confederacy. 6. I captured the city of Vicksburg. 7. Responsible for losing Atlanta.

29 1. Fredericksburg 2. Vicksburg 3. Antietam 4. Gettysburg 5. Chancellorsville 6. First Manassas 7. New Orleans 8. Seven Days’ 9. Petersburg 10. Atlanta 11. Nashville 12. Perryville 13. Second Manassas 14. Ft. Henry & Donelson

30 1. High-tide of the Confederacy 2. Rebels lose the Mississippi River st battle of the Civil War 4. Lee’s first invasion into the North 5. Loss cut Lee’s last supply line and caused loss of Richmond 6. Union army badly beaten- only saved by “rock of blank- George Thomas 7. Union army besieged by Rebel army 8. Lee takes over the Rebel army and drives McClellan back from Richmond

31 1. Gettysburg 2. Emancipation Proclamation 3. Lincoln shot 4. Vicksburg 5. 1 st Manassas 6. Chancellorsville 7. End of War 8. Peninsular Campaign 9. March to the Sea


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