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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?
5th Grade Civil War Study Guide
5 th Grade Civil War Vocabulary Mrs. Thornburgs version!
Civil War Begins Pages
Slavery Someone owned by another having no freedom or rights.
The Civil War By: Ty.W. and JonThomas.F. Because the South believed in Slavery. They also thought the North worked their African American slaves to hard.
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 11 Section 2 Life Behind the Lines.
Objectives Explain why Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
Chapter 6 – Alabama in Conflict The Civil War. abolitionist.
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.
A. Reconstruction B. Confederacy C. Regiments D. Union.
African Americans and the War
Chapter 4, Section Enslaved people come under Union control 2. Fugitives are considered to be contraband.
Civil War & Reconstruction 5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 13 Lesson 1 A Nation at War.
Chapter 16.3: A Call for Freedom
Carefully read pages of your textbook.. You are a college student in Charleston, South Carolina in early Seven southern states have left.
In the argument over slavery, the Northern states wanted to Make slavery illegal.
Chapter 4 Civil War and Reconstruction
The Civil War: Soldiers and Civilians What did you learn about the American Civil War during your visit to Drayton Hall?
Chapter 4 Lesson 2 Life in Battle Life at Home. Vocabulary Camp Home Front Civilian.
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