2 Take Five…Ft. Sumter is MOST significant for being A) the location of the end of the Civil War. B) destroyed by the Union when taking Port Royal. C) the target of General Sherman's March to the Sea. D) where the first shots of the Civil War were fired.
3 The Art and Science of War Antoine-Henri JominiArt of WarWest PointPosition, Maneuver & ConcentrationHigh groundOccupying major citiesRetreat
4 The Armies Cavalry Artillery Infantry Corps of Engineers The Quartermaster Corps
5 The typical battle Advancing through grapeshot Hand to hand combat Smoke and confusion
6 The soldiers Billy Yank and Johnny Reb Conscription Exemptions SubstitutionsRiotsDraft dodgersDesertionBounties
14 Army life Drudgery Poor food and shelter Logistical problems ProfiteersDisease and lack of medical treatment
15 Reasons for Southern Exemptions Haitian slave revolt (1791)Denmark Vesey (Freedmen’s revolt (1822-Charleston, SC)Nat Turner (1831-Southampton, VA)PropagandaUncle Tom’s CabinWilliam Lloyd Garrison’s The LiberatorDavid Walker’s The Appeal
16 The first campaigns 1861 A short and painless war Lincoln’s plan Bull Run or Battle of ManassasGeneral McDowell v General BeauregardThe “rebel yell”“Stonewall” Jackson and Joe JohnstonSouthern victory
18 “Stonewall Jackson”"If anyone says he heard the rebel yell and wasn't scared, then ,he never heard it." A Northern soldiers comments on the rebel yell given when confederates charged their positions.
19 Preparation Overconfidence in the south Regrouping-Army of the Potomac General McClellan
25 Southern strategy Foreign allies Great Britain France Napoleon III Stop Union advancesForeign alliesGreat BritainFranceNapoleon IIIKing Cotton dethroned“Cotton diplomacy”The Trent affairJames Mason & John SlidellCharles Francis Adams
26 The War in 1862 “Copperheads” Suspension of the right of habeas corpus Suppression of anti-administration newspapersThe exile of Clement VallandishamDefeatismSouthern victoriesGeneral Jackson & General Robert E. Lee
27 The Confederate Generals Nathan Bedford Forrest “Stonewall” JacksonNathan Bedford ForrestGeorge PickettJeb StuartJames LongstreetRobert E. Lee
29 Western campaign-A shift in the war General Halleck & General Ulysses S. GrantBattle of Shiloh ChurchGeneral Albert Sydney JohnstonGeneral BuellThe War at SeaThreatening the blockadeThe Merrimack (The Virginia)The Monitor
30 The Monitor vs. the Merrimac The Battle of the Ironclads, March, 1862The Monitor vs. the Merrimac