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1 Preview3/2/15 Clean outbox Finish any notecards from Friday that you need.

2 Preview 3/2 Get out your notebooks and pick up an O.P.T.I.C. worksheet from the front TARGET: We will learn to explain the significant events of the Civil War SUCCESS: I will explain the significance of Fort Sumter and the Battle of Antietam by completing an OPTIC.

3 Small Group Talk 30 Second Think : Talk: Turn and face your partner. Partner A= 30 Seconds Partner B= 30 Seconds SHARE: TURN AND FACE THE PERSON WHO IS SPEAKING

4 Background Who: American citizens What: A war between members of the same country When: Where: The United States of America Why: (1) States rights, (2) Slavery, (3) Sectionalis,

5 Background November 1860: Lincoln elected President December 1860: South Carolina secedes February 1861: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas secede Create: The Confederate States of America

6 Small Group Talk 30 Second Think : Talk: Turn and face your partner. Partner A= 30 Seconds Partner B= 30 Seconds SHARE: TURN AND FACE THE PERSON WHO IS SPEAKING

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8 The Bombing of Fort Sumter Location: South Carolina Situation: Union occupied fort, Confederacy demanded surrender, Union commander refused

9 Attack: Confederacy began bombing the fort Result: Lacking food and supplies, the Union surrendered the fort FIRST SHOTS OF THE CIVIL WAR! The Bombing of Fort Sumter

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11 The Cornfield and Dunker Church area saw some of U.S. History’s most horrific fighting. For nearly three hours Union and Confederate forces battled each other and were cut to pieces. Death in the Cornfield

12 Outnumbered Confederates in the Sunken Road were able to withstand a Union frontal attack, but their line collapsed when flanked, resulting in tremendous casualties on both sides. Bloody Lane

13 About 500 Confederates held this area overlooking the bridge for three hours until General Burnside’s men finally captured it and crossed Antietam Creek. The Burnside Bridge

14 Results of the Battle The Battle of Antietam ended Robert E. Lee and the Army of Northern Virginia’s first invasion into the North The Confederate Army Retreats Back to Virginia

15 Results of the Battle The Battle of Antietam was the bloodiest single day battle in American History. 23,000 soldiers were killed, wounded, or missing in a twelve-hour period. Dead soldiers in front of Dunker Church.

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17 How did the plantation system influence the economic development of the United States? F It prevented the development of industry in the Northeast. G It turned the South into a major producer of the cotton used in northern mills. H It restricted agricultural expansion in the western territories. J It increased federal dependency on tariffs for revenue. PRACTICE

18 How did the plantation system influence the economic development of the United States? F It prevented the development of industry in the Northeast. G It turned the South into a major producer of the cotton used in northern mills. H It restricted agricultural expansion in the western territories. J It increased federal dependency on tariffs for revenue. PRACTICE

19 How did the plantation system influence the economic development of the United States? F It prevented the development of industry in the Northeast. G It turned the South into a major producer of the cotton used in northern mills. H It restricted agricultural expansion in the western territories. J It increased federal dependency on tariffs for revenue. PRACTICE


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