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From Bull Run to AntietamChapter 11 Section 1 From Bull Run to Antietam
Civil War War between the Union states of the North and the Confederate states of the South
Which side won the First Battle of Bull Run? Why?The Confederacy
Casualty Military term for
War of Attrition In this this type of war, one side
Shell Devices that
Canister A special type of shell filled with bullets.
Battle of Shiloh 1862 Union troops under Ulysses S. Grant were pushed back after the first day Urged to surrender but refused Attacked Confederates on the 2nd day Union Victory
Battle of Shiloh Union- 13,000 casualtiesConfederates- 11,000 casualties Bloodiest battle ever on the North American continent up to that time Ended union hopes of a quick war
Battle of Antietam Lee decides to invade the NorthUnion discovers Lee’s orders 12,000 die in first 3 hours of battle At day’s end 12,000 union casualties 14,000 Confederate casualties
Battle of Antietam - Confederates retreat- Lincoln orders Union General McClellan to destroy the Confederates McClellan does not
Battle of Antietam Becomes the bloodiest single day of the Civil War
What were the effects of the invention of new kinds of rifles, bullets, shells, and canister?They turned the tactic of
Briefly describe the war strategies of the North.Implement “Anaconda plan”
Briefly describe the war strategies of the South.Fight a war of attrition
Chapter 16 Terms Mrs. Kercher. Fort Sumter Union fort Off coast of SC First shots Confederates fired first shots 4/12.
Objectives: Explain how new weapons made fighting the Civil War more dangerous. Describe the course of the war in the East in Describe the early.
No End in Sight Chapter 16, Section 3.
From Bull Run to Antietam
Civil War Battles. 1 st Bull Run July 21, 1861 Manassas, Virginia Union- McDowell Confederacy- Stonewall Jackson Confederate Victory 1 st major land battle.
Battles of the Civil War. Bull Run (VA) a.k.a. Manassas maps/bull-run-animated-map/
IMPORTANT BATTLES. The first engagement of the Civil War took place at Fort Sumter on April 12 and 13, After 34 hours of fighting, the Union surrendered.
April 12, 1861 South Carolina First Battle of the Civil War Lincoln refused to surrender the fort; ordered a resupply expedition; shots were fired. No.
Battle of Bull Run Took place in July 1861 Confederacy was led by Stonewall Jackson In this battle, the Union tried to advance on the South in Virginia.
Battle of Fort Sumter April 12, 1861: Confederates bombard Federal fort –Union forces surrender after 2 days Early victory for the South –Any hope of.
President Lincoln made George McClellan command of the Union army in the East. Lincoln wanted McClellan to attack the Confederate capital of Richmond,
Chapter 1 Lesson 5 North vs. South (Union vs. confederacy)
The Start of the Civil War Chapter st Bull Run (Manassas) July 21, 1861 –First major battle of the war –General Irvin McDowell (Union) vs. General.
CHAPTER 4 SECTION 1. In the beginning… The Civil War began in 1861 at FT. SUMTER. The Civil War was between the NORTHERN states and the SOUTHERN states.
Section 1: From Bull Run to Antietam
Journal #1- What do you know about Abraham Lincoln? Why do you think he is so revered by Americans? HOMEWORK: Period 6: Chapter 20A due tomorrow. Period.
The War in the East Describe the significance of early battles and plans of the Civil War.
THE CIVIL WAR : YEAR BY YEAR ( ) – A slow start In the East (Atlantic Ocean) The C.S.A. took over Ft. Sumter in South Carolina The U.S.A.
The Civil War. Fort Sumter Confederates fired the first shots of the first battle of the war. Confederates took the fort with 4,000 rounds of artillery.
Chapter 16 Section 3 “No End in sight”. Ulysses S. Grant Union General who had success in the Western Theatre of the War. Lincoln put him in Command of.
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