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“Barbara Frietchie” By John Greenleaf Whittier
Setting –Set during The Civil War –1861- 1865
Confederate Troops –Led by Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson –Rebel/ –Confederate troops march into Fredericktown, Maryland
Border State- Maryland
Robert E. Lee
Rebel/ Confederate Flag Southern Flag.
Union Flag (crimson bars)
The Civil War 1861-1865
Allusion- indirect reference
Town of Frederick
Couplet Two consecutive lines of poetry that rhyme. Ex: Up from the meadows rich with corn, Clear in the cool September morn
–Up from the meadows – rich with corn, –Clear in the cool –September morn.
–Roses are red (A) –Violets are blue (B) –Sugar is sweet (C) And so are you (B)
–Fourscore and ten –How old was she?
Rent- (verb) tore
Stirred (V) woke up
Paraphrase vs. Summary The church spires of Frederick rise up from the cornfields, clear in the September morning. The spires are surrounded by the green hills of Maryland.
Key Characters of the Civil War. _______________.
Chapter 19, Sections 1,2. The Civil War Begins and the War in the East.
Civil War Unit Lesson 3 – Two Sides: The North and the South.
Antietam/Sharpsburg September 17, Objectives Learn why the South changed their war plans. Learn what happened at the three distinct battles of September.
Who: American citizens The American Civil War What: A war between members of the same group or country When: Where: The United States.
Important Leaders of the Civil War Content Objective: Students will learn about the key leaders on and off the Battle Field Language Objective: Students.
The Battle of Antietam September 17, Robert E. Lee (CSA)George B. McClellan (USA) The Two Commanders.
The American Civil War Part The American Civil War Part 9 January 1, 1863 The Emancipation Proclamation takes effect May First Conscription.
CIVIL WAR BATTLES. 1 st Battle of Bull Run First major battle of the war Took place in Virginia near Washington DC in a town called Manassas In order.
By Timmy Bish,Nicholas Cafasso & Dominick Shroyer.
Civil War: Chapter 15 Don’t Forget... Contestants.
By Mireya Durán. The First Battle Of Bull Run What? –First major land battle of the American Civil War Who? –Union Army Brig. Gen. Irvin McDowell.
The American Civil War Ms. Walker US History 1/12/2010.
Chapter 13, Lesson 3 ACOS #11: Identify causes of the Civil War, including states’ rights and the issue of slavery. 11a: Recognizing key northern and southern.
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.
J.A.SACCO Fort Sumter-Bull Run (April-July 21, 1861)
Warm-ups Week of Jan. 23, Monday, 8 th Grade Please come in, sit down quietly, and correct the following sentences. The event probably did not happen.
Social Studies Quick Write Homework None Reminder
By: Amy Sanderson 3 rd hour. The South and the North were in a disagreement over many things. The North wanted to keep the Union together, while the South.
Objective: To examine the role of the navy and the battles of Bull Run and Antietam.
Civil War Chapter 16, Section 2 Early Years of the War.
CHAPTER 2-SECTIONS 4, 5 The End of the Civil War.
Chapter 16.2 Vocabulary/Two Column Notes The War in the East.
The Battle of Gettysburg. The Battle The Battle of Gettysburg lasted three days and commenced on the July It is widely regarded as the turning.
Civil War By: ANGIE,MERCEDES, GARRET and BOONE!!!.
In 1860, what was the Republican Party’s position on slavery?
The Civil War The First Shots The Strengths and Weaknesses The Game Plans.
Virginia in the Civil War Part PeopleLeadersEventsMisc
People Final Exam Review Jeopardy! Battles Laws etcUnion or Confederacy Potpourri.
THE BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE VS.. KEY UNION COMMANDERS Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker Maj. Gen John F. Reynolds Maj. Gen. Darius N. Couch.
APUSH… How was the election of 1860 the final straw for the secession of the lower south? What choices does Lincoln have as the CSA begins taking Federal.
AP US History This Day in American History September – The new Overland Mail Company sends out its first two stages, inaugurating government mail.
The U.S. Civil War North United States of America Union Blue Yankees Pres. Abraham Lincoln Washington, D.C. Gen. Ulysses Grant South Confederate.
Think about it. WarDeathsYears Afghanistan2,31614 Iraq4,2625 American Revolution25,0008 Vietnam War58,22011 World War I116, World War II416,800 4.
April 12, 1861 South Carolina First Battle of the Civil War Lincoln refused to surrender the fort; ordered a resupply expedition; shots were fired. No.
Key Individuals of the Civil War SOL USI.9d: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the causes, major events, and effects of the Civil War by: d) describing.
19.2 THE WAR IN THE EAST. The first major battle- The First Battle of Bull Run- took place in July Occurred near Manassas Junction, Virginia, about.
Civil War Battles. A. Battle of Gettysburg B. Battle of Vicksburg C. Battle of Antietam D. Battle of Bull Run B. Battle of Vicksburg.
Warm Up 10/26 How will the advantages and disadvantages of the north and south effect their CIVIL WAR STRATEGY (Meaning how will they approach war, knowing.
American History 5/9/2003 Underground Railroad Slavery and slave ship Civil War.
The Civil War: A Timeline. Click on a line to learn more about that event. First Battle of Bull Run July 21, 1861 The Peninsular Campaign The Battle of.
President Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers to serve in the army against the South. President Lincoln The Northerners thought the war would be.
200 PeopleBattlesIdeasVocabulary Final Jeopardy
The Major Battles of the Civil War VS.. Battle of Fort Sumter.
Civil War Battles and Strategies Miss Springborn~ Team 6.
Chapter 11 Study Guide. What was Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation? Legislation freeing enslaved people in states still fighting the Union.
C IVIL W AR B ATTLES ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did key battles affect the outcome of the Civil War?
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.
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 North SouthGeneralsBattlesRandom.
Bring Stickers to class tomorrow! Bring ≤ 10 Stickers.
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