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This part of the nation has an economy based on industry, and had many factories
What is the Northern Economy
This man was a graduate of West Point and became the eventual General of the Confederate States
Who is Robert E. Lee
They attempted to use Cotton Diplomacy to get foreign allies.
What is the Confederacy
These were Union advantages at the start of the Civil War
What are population, industry, and railroads.
These are Confederate advantages at the start of the Civil War.
What is home field advantage, Leadership, and they were fighting for something they believed in.
President Lincolns famous speech to dedicate a cemetery also rededicated the union to finishing the Civil War.
What is the Gettysburg Address
The bloodiest single day of the war that led to the issuance of the Emancipation Proclamtion.
The battle of Antietam.
This Union Victory on the 4 th of July cut the confederacy in half and gave the north complete control of the Mississippi River
What is the Battle of Vicksburg
This battle was the turning point in the war, where the north fought on their own territory
The battle of Gettysburg
The Great Skedattle
What is 1 st Bull Run?
The location of General Lee’s infamous surrender to Union General Grant
What is Appomattox Court House, VA
The commander of the Confederate army who came from Northern Virginia
Who is Robert E. Lee
He was head of the Union Army of the Potomac after victory at the Battle of Vicksburg
Who Ulysses S. Grant
Lincoln’s Vice President that was the first president to be impeached.
Who is Andrew Johnson
He used “Total War to destroy the enemy” and marched the union army all the way to Savannah Georgia
Who is General William T. Sherman
This amendment abolished slavery
What is the thirteenth Amendment
These restricted economic freedoms of African Americans during Reconstruction, and forced some to work without pay.
What are the Black Codes
DAILY DOUBLE This bureau was established after the civil war to provide education and healthcare for poor people in the south.
What is the Freedman Bureau
This amendment said one cannot deny the right to vote based on race or color
What is the Fifteenth Amendment
This tragic event negatively impacted reconstruction efforts.
What was President Lincoln’s Assassination?
This term is for breaking away, South Carolina was the first to do so
What is Secession
This document freed all slaves in the united states and undermined the southern economy
What is the Emancipation Proclimation
This organization used violence and intimidation to restrict the political and social rights of African- Americans.
What is the KKK
Lincon won re-election in 1864 in a landslide due to Sherman’s victory over this Southern City.
What is Atlanta?
This amendment gave citizenship to African Americans and cannot deny citizenship based upon race
What is the Fourteenth Amendment
Follow the Leader Where in the War… Just the Facts Ma’am Its Been Written Causes of the Civil War After the Civil War $100 $200 $300 $400 $500.
Famous People Civil War Events Causes of the Civil War Famous Documents After the Civil War Dates and Concepts
Civil War Review Civil War Review. What happened when the Southern states seceded?
Goal 3: Crisis, Civil War, and Reconstruction
Objective 3.03 Identify political and military turning points of the Civil War and assess their significance to the outcome of the conflict.
Civil War PeoplePlacesBattles Docu- ments Potpour ri
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt The End of Slavery How the North.
THE CIVIL WAR Union vs Confederacy. Union Leaders.
Unit 1 Section 2. UNIONCONFEDERACY 1. Population of 22 Million 2. Many steel mills and factories for producing war supplies 3. 70% of the Nation’s railroads.
The Civil War. Causes of the Civil War Slavery – Southerners thought Lincoln would challenge the Southern “way of life” – The South’s economy revolved.
Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
Chapter 1 Lesson 5 North vs. South (Union vs. confederacy)
1. Differences between the North and South 2. Missouri Compromise Forbid Slavery above the 36 30’ line Kept N&S states equal in the Senate 3. The Dred.
Lincoln – North Jefferson Davis - South Ulysses S. Grant – North Robert E. Lee - South.
Jeopardy CausesBattlesPeople Reconstruction North vs. South Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Civil War Battles and Strategies Miss Springborn~ Team 6.
1. What happened when the Southern states seceded?
Civil War: War Begins. Choosing Sides Border States—slave states of strategic importance to both the North & South (Delaware Kentucky Maryland Missouri)
Non-Military Events of Civil War. Political Creation of black military units Segregated units with white officers in the army. The navy had integrated.
Civil War Battles. July 1861 First Battle of Bull Run/Manassas ◦first major battle of the war ◦Confederate victory ◦Proved it would be a longer war than.
CHAPTER 15 Fighting the Civil War People to Know Abraham Lincoln- U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant- Union General Robert E. Lee- Confederate.
LEADERS AMENDMENTS BATTLES MISC
Social Studies STAAR Test Review. Civil War Years of the Civil War.
The CIVIL WAR.
Located in Charleston, South Carolina. Davis did not want the fort to be resupplied and ordered its capture. The Confederacy fired upon the fort for.
Civil War North vs. South Civil War Facts. North vs. South 11 states broke away (seceded) from the United States to form the Confederate States of America.
The American Civil War.
Civil War. Introduction A civil war is a war between people who live in the same country. The American civil war was fought between the North and the.
1.Who was the President of the United States during the Civil War? 2.Which side had the strategy of blockading the ports of their enemy? 3.What term refers.
Civil War and Reconstruction Military and political strategies of reunification,
The Civil War A Nation Divided. Strategies North 1.Blockade ports 2.Cut confederacy in 2 at the Mississippi river 3.Capture capital of Richmond, VA ***
People Important Battles Advantage & Dis- advantage Com- promise C.S.A.Important Documents
The American Civil War 1861–1865.
THE NATION BREAKS APART CH 16: the Civil War. 1. LINCOLN’S PRESIDENCY Lincoln addressed the Union of States when he said, “I have no purpose, directly.
Chapter 2, lesson 3 How the North Won
Jeopardy! Standard IV B The student will understand concepts related to the U.S. Civil War era.
Civil War Timeline Abraham Lincoln elected President in November 1860 South Carolina secedes in December Followed by Mississippi,
Jeopardy The Nation Breaking Apart Civil War (People) Civil War (Events) ReconstructionMiscellaneous Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
What You Need to Know about the American Civil War for STAAR L. Petersen.
2 Plans The North and the “ANACONDA PLAN” – Developed by General Winfield Scott (Hero of the Mexican War) – Choke the Confederacy -Used blockades to keep.
QOTD In 1846, David Wilmot of Pennsylvania submitted a proposal to Congress that would have outlawed slavery in which area? a) land north of the Missouri.
Strategy and Battles of the Civil War
The Civil War And Reconstruction 3.2a Summarize the course of the Civil War and its impact on democracy, including the major turning points; the impact.
THE CIVIL WAR: Events.
What side had a greater population during the Civil War?
What term refers to the plan for rebuilding the South after the Civil War?
The North Takes Charge.
Civil War USHC Outline the course and outcome of the Civil War, including the role of African American military units; impact of the Emancipation.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Chapter 13 Section 1 Technology and Industrial Growth Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 3 The Civil.
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