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President Lincoln issues Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation
Battle of Fredericksburg
President Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation
The U.S. Congress passes a bill authorizing a draft
A bread riot in Richmond, Virginia, occurs
Battle of Chancellorsville
Battle of Gettysburg
U.S. Grant captures Vicksburg, Mississippi
The New York City Draft Riots occur
54 th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment attacks Ft. Wagner, South Carolina
William C. Quantrill and his followers raid the town of Lawrence, Kansas
Battle of Chickamauga occurs
President Lincoln appoints U.S. Grant the commander of all operations in the Western Theater
Abraham Lincoln delivers a short address at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
The Battles for Chattanooga occur
Jeopardy Confederate Soldiers Civil War Battles Leaders Of A Nation Issues of Slavery Union Soldiers Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
The Emancipation Proclamation Created by President Lincoln Following the Union Victory at Antietam. Frees the slaves living in “States in Rebellion”
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Civil War I Have Review. How to play: Each slide will have a question that begins with “Who has…..” Click on the following slide to answer with “I have….”
Learning Goals: 1.Analyze how the Emancipation Proclamation affected the war effort. 2.Identify contributions African American soldiers made to the Union.
Abraham Lincoln * Grew up in the Midwest * Educated himself and became a lawyer * He was tall and thin in appearance * Lincoln’s main goal as president.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written Answer this is the prompt the students will see, and where I.
AHSGE Standard IV. Prelude to War o What congressional solution made California a free state and gave popular sovereignty to the New Mexico and Utah territories?
Opener: Thursday, 11/14 Which of the eight events/factors from the timeline would you say was the most important in helping to bring about the Civil War?
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The American Civil War Underlying Issues: Sectionalism States Rights Slavery.
Civil War Review VocabularyPeople Government BattlesMisc.
Civil War USHC Outline the course and outcome of the Civil War, including the role of African American military units; impact of the Emancipation.
All about the civil war By : Abby, Brittny, Sean, Jose.
Unit 3 – U. S. History Disunion, Civil War, and Reunion Jeopardy Review.
The Civil War 1861–1865. Essential Questions What social, political, and economic issues tended to divide Americans in the period prior to the Civil War?
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The Civil War EQ: What were the major events and battles of the Civil War?
Standards! Explain the importance of key issues and events that led to the Civil War; include slavery, states rights, nullification, Missouri Compromise,
Chapter 4. Study Guide Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN.
Civil War North vs. South. U. S. went to war with itself during the Civil War. It was a war between the Northern and the Southern States. Americans.
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This strike caused the government to break up the American Railroad Union because it interfered with the nation’s mail system and led to violence and destruction.
Ch 19 sec 3 At the close of 1862 the war was still pretty much in doubt. Despite the fall of New Orleans, and Shiloh, the Union blockade wasn't as effective.
U.S. History Chapter 11 Notes The Civil War In the bloody Civil War, Union forces devastate the South and defeat the Confederacy. President Lincoln narrowly.
Standard IV: The student will understand concepts related to the United State Civil War Era.
The Rumblings of War Comparing the North and the South Thoughts of War Military Strategy.
Chapter 11 Study Guide. What was Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation? Legislation freeing enslaved people in states still fighting the Union.
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