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Chapter 4, Section 2
1. Enslaved people come under Union control 2. Fugitives are considered to be contraband
1. Cabinet supports the plan 2. Agree to wait for a Union victory
1. Bloodiest single day of the Civil War 2. Lincoln claims victory
1. Declares slaves in states of rebellion to be free 2. Does not apply to the border states
1. Does not free a single slave 2. Redefines the war as being “about slavery” 3. Ends any chance for a negotiated end to the war
1. Militia Act mandates that black soldiers be accepted into the military 2. All-black 54 th Massachusetts Regiment is formed
1. African American troops face prejudice 2. Face death if captured
1. Southern African Americans help Union Armies 2. Emancipated slaves organize military units
African Americans in the War
1862: Antietam and Emancipation. The War So Far The Confederacy was hoping that Great Britain and France might help them in the war, giving the Confederacy.
The Confederate Reaction to Black Soldiers
The Emancipation Proclamation
Emancipation Proclamation Objective: Explain the reasons for the emancipation and responses to it.
African Americans and the Civil War
Objectives Explain why Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
Section 2 African Americans and the War Analyze why Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and what it achieved. Assess the different roles.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. African Americans and the Civil War.
African Americans and the War
Main Idea: In 1863, President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which helped to change the war’s course. This was an important step in ending.
1862: Antietam and Emancipation. Antietam & Emancipation Activity Pick up a post-it note and answer the following question: What does “emancipation” mean?
Read: Setting the Scene pg. 496 Lincoln’s Goal Pg
The War Effort At Home Chapter 18 section3 Emancipation Although Lincoln personally hated slavery. The purpose of the war, he said, “is to save the Union.
Militia Act Militia Act: mandated that black soldiers be accepted into the military.
African Americans and the Civil War Chapter 11 Section 2
Bombardment of Fort Sumter April 1861 Lincoln sent federal troops to SC to defend the fort His calling of troops meant war! Result: The Federal fort (now.
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Chapter 16, section 3 A Call for Freedom. Emancipation Although Lincoln considered slavery immoral, he hesitated to move against it because of the border.
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