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1 Preview3/4/15 Get out your notebook and clean outbox! Learning Target: We will learn to explain the significant events of the Civil War. Success Criteria: I will explain the significance the Emancipation Proclamation and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln by dissecting a primary source document for main ideas.

2 Small Group Talk 30 Second Think : How should the issue of slavery be solved? Talk: Turn and face your partner. Partner A= 30 Seconds Partner B= 30 Seconds SHARE: TURN AND FACE THE PERSON WHO IS SPEAKING

3 Emancipation Proclamation Using the primary document, with your partner determine the purpose of the Emancipation Proclamation. Explain in 3-4 sentences.

4 Emancipation Proclamation

5 war/emancipation-proclamation. war/emancipation-proclamation

6 Total Warfare! Grant ordered his generals to wage total war on the South (destroy everything) Cities were burned down, building destroyed General Sherman’s March to the Sea: – Captured Atlanta, Georgia and then marched to the sea running people out of their homes, burning everything, killing livestock, leaving nothing behind

7 Surrender at Appomattox Lincoln reelected – welcomes the southern states back into the Union On April 9, 1865 at Appomattox Court House: Lee surrendered The North wins

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9 Lincoln’s Assassination April 14, Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theater April 15, Lincoln Dies lincoln-assassination. lincoln-assassination

10 Fate of John Wilkes Booth The search for John Wilkes Booth was one of the largest manhunts in history, with 10,000 federal troops, detectives and police tracking down the assassin. On April 26, Union troops surrounded the Virginia farmhouse where Booth and Herold were hiding out and set fire to it, hoping to flush the fugitives out. Herold surrendered but Booth remained inside. As the blaze intensified, a sergeant shot Booth in the neck, allegedly because the assassin had raised his gun as if to shoot. Carried out of the building alive, he lingered for three hours before gazing at his hands and uttering his last words: “Useless, useless.” History.com


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