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5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs and Drews version!
What do we call a place where people live for a time in tents, cabins, or other rough shelters?
What do we call the freeing of enslaved people?
What do we call government selection of people to serve in the military?
What do we call a slave state that stayed in the Union?
What do we call all the people in the country that are not in the military during wartime?
What do we call a state that did not have slavery?
What do we call a person that is not in the military?
What do we call an idea that the people who live in a place make decisions for themselves?
What do we call a machine that sends electric signals over wires?
What do we call leaving an army without permission?
What do we call the strategy of destroying the enemys resources?
What do we call soldiers who are killed or wounded?
What do we call the name chosen by the states that left the Union at the time of the Civil War?
What is another name for the United States?
What do we call the withdrawal when a part of a country leaves or breaks off from the rest?
What do we call a state that permitted slavery?
5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version!
Civil War Review. Causes—Slavery The most common belief is that the Civil War was fought over the issue of slavery. –Slavery was a dividing issue in the.
The War Ends. Quick Review What is a secession? When part of a country leaves or breaks off from the rest Why did the Fugitive Slave Law upset some people.
Civil War & Reconstruction 5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 13 Lesson 1 A Nation at War.
5 th Grade Civil War Study Guide Mrs. Thornburgs Version.
ACOS # 12: Identify causes of the Civil War from the northern and southern viewpoints. ACOS # 12a: Describe the importance of the Missouri Compromise,
Chapter 13, Lesson 2 ACOS #11: Identify causes of the Civil War, including states’ rights and the issue of slavery. 11a: Recognizing key northern and southern.
Slavery Definition: Slavery The practice of owning slaves. A practice in which one human being (white American) owns another human being (African or African-American).
Chapter 6 Lesson 2 “The Human Face Of War” pgs EQ: What were the conditions that soldiers faced during the Civil War?
Location where Robert E. Lee surrendered his Confederate Army to General U. S. Grant. Appomattox.
Chapter 4, Section Enslaved people come under Union control 2. Fugitives are considered to be contraband.
Lesson 4: Civil War Begins Abraham Lincoln By 1860, the conflict over slavery was becoming worse. Southerners thought abolitionists wanted to start a.
Civil War Vocabulary. First Battle of Bull Run First major battle of the Civil War, won by the Confederate in July 1861.
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.
Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Life in Battle Life at Home. Vocabulary Camp Home Front Civilian.
Chapter 11 Section 2 Life Behind the Lines. Draft Required military service.
The Human Face of War EQ: What was life like for soldiers and on the home front?
CIVIL WAR TO THE PRESENT VOCABULARY. FREE STATE A STATE THAT DID NOT ALLOW SLAVERY BEFORE THE CIVIL WAR.
Emancipation Proclamation Supporters of the Emancipation proclamation will say: – The document is an act of war. Keeps Britain/France from supporting.
5 th Grade Social Studies Vocabulary: Chapter Mrs. Thornburg’s version.
TEXAS HISTORY 3 rd 9 weeks. Civil War Tompkins A fight between two parts of the same group; The Northern and Southern parts of the US fought one another.
The Impact of the Civil War on Daily Life in South Carolina Standard Indicator
Chapter 6: Civil War and Reconstruction Core Lesson 3: The War Ends.
The Emancipation Proclamation How enslaved people gained their freedom By: Elijah T. Benouis.
+ Life during the War 19.4 Notes. + Freeing the Slaves Ending Slaves Lincoln supported ending slavery if it would assure a Northern victory. Some northerners.
LECTURE THREE The American Civil War
Abraham Lincoln won the election of South Carolina was afraid he would free their slaves South Carolina secedes from the Union. Secede – to.
CHAPTER 5 QUIZ 1.Who was President of the Confederacy? 2.Who was the Confederate General at Vicksburg? 3.Who was called “Moses” by the slaves? 4.Refusal.
Chapter 16.3: A Call for Freedom. Define the following terms: emancipate: to free from slavery ratify: to give official approval.
Chapter 6: Civil War and Reconstruction Core Lesson 1: A Nation at War.
Chapter 10 The Civil War Lesson 3 The Nation Divides.
Slaves were like property to the slave owners, and they worked without pay. They worked day and night and had to sleep in a small, one room cabin.
CIVIL WAR JEOPARDY PEOPLE OF THE CIVIL WAR CIVIL WAR BATTLES MILITARY TERMS CIVIL WAR VOCAB CIVL WAR ETC. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400.
The Fighting Begins Chapter 4 Lesson 1. Why is it sometimes difficult to choose sides in a disagreement?
Section 2 African Americans and the War Chapter 11 Section 2 African Americans and the War.
Notes #3 The Civil War Begins Civil War A civil war is a war between people of the same country. There have been many civil wars, but one of the worst.
11.2. Analyze why Lincoln decided to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and what it achieved. Assess the different roles that African Americans played.
Pgs Northern Plans As the fighting dragged on into 1862, Northern war plans began working. The blockade stopped trade in the South. Plantations.
The Civil War: Soldiers and Civilians What did you learn about the American Civil War during your visit to Drayton Hall?
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. African Americans and the Civil War.
11.6 OPPOSITION TO BLACK PEOPLE. THE NYC DRAFT RIOT Northerners remained bitter and hostile toward African Americans Poor Irish workers in NYC became.
Chapter 4 Civil War and Reconstruction Lesson 1 The States at War.
Chapter 13 Lesson 1- A Nation at War ACOS #11: IDENTIFY CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR, INCLUDING STATES’ RIGHTS AND THE ISSUE OF SLAVERY. 11A: RECOGNIZING KEY.
EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION – an executive order given by President Lincoln ORDERING the freeing all slaves in the Confederate states Did not free any slaves.
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 The NorthThe SouthReformCivil War.
Daily Life during the War The Big Idea The lives of many Americans were affected by the Civil War. Main Ideas The Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves.
Civil War Begins Pages Secession After the John Browns raid on Harpers Ferry, many southerners believed secession was the only way to protect.
Life During the War Chapter 2 Lesson 2. Life for Soldiers Mathew Brady took pictures in camps and on the war’s many battlefields. Photographs showed the.
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