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1 By: Clay, Dakota, Seirra, & Thomas
General Robert E. Lee Confederate (South) General Ulysses S. Grant Union (North) The Civil War By: Clay, Dakota, Seirra, & Thomas

2 Abe Lincoln & Ulysses Grant
Northerners Abe Lincoln & Ulysses Grant He was the leader of the Union army. He was the type of person who Lincoln wanted to lead his army. He was a good/stubborn fighter. Lincoln thought success was illegal, and was willing to use force to defend the Unions law. It only took 4 slave states to start the war. His Mom died when he was 10 years old.

3 Fred Douglas & Harriet Tubman
To shape USA, he went through determination, brilliance, & eloquence. He had TONS of jobs, like author & publisher. He was committed to freedom. She was born 1820, in Dorchester Country, Maryland. She married John Tubman in 1844. In her early teens, she quit working indoors, & became a field-hand.

4 Southerners Robert E. Lee & Jeff Davis
He was the south's general during the war. He graduated from west point military academy & became a colonel. He was from Virginia. He was the Confederate president. He was Commander-in-Chief of the Confederates. He was a Colonel of the USA during the Mexican-American War.

5 Tom Stonewall & Joe E. Johnston
He was born in Virginia, Jan. 21st, 1824. He started West Point in July, 1842. He got his Nickname in a Civil War battle. He was the Virginia native & West Pointer. He was National Army Quarterman for almost a year. He had 8 years of Artillery.

6 Union and Confederate States
Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Philadelphia, New York, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, California, New Hampshire, & Massachusetts. Texas, Arkansas, Virginia, West Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, & Florida

7 Map

8 Flags 2nd Official Confederate Flag Stars & Bars
3rd official Confederate Flag

9 Flags (Continued) Bonnie Blue Navy Jack Confederate Battle Flag

10 The Gettysburg Address
His father brought a new nation they conceived. They should not die in vain god will give them new birth and freedom. They said they can’t heal the ground. Now we are engaged in a great civil war testing. They brave men who lived in the dead surrogated. They also horned the dead.

11 Emancipation Proclamation
During the civil war, African Americans tried to join the union army of the north they were told to keep out of it was a white mans war." At first president Lincoln said that the war was over.

12 Eli Whitney Was the inventor of the cotton gin and pioneer in the mass production of cotton. Whitney was born in west Massachusetts on December 8,1765 and died on January 8’ 1825.

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