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Famous People Civil War Events Causes of the Civil War Famous Documents After the Civil War Dates and Concepts 10 20 30 40 50
The President of the United States during the Civil War
Who is Abraham Lincoln?
The commander of the Army of Northern Virginia for the Confederacy during the Civil War
Who is Robert E. Lee?
The president of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War
Who is Jefferson Davis?
The Union general who captured Vicksburg and then won the Civil War
Who is Ulysses S. Grant?
The African American who escaped from slavery and became a leader of the abolitionist movement
Who is Frederick Douglass?
The first battle of the Civil War in 1861
What is Fort Sumter?
Place where General Lee surrendered to General Grant to end the Civil War
What is Appomattox Court House?
The only battle fought in the North and a turning point in the Civil War
What is Gettysburg?
The Northern victory in 1863 that split the South into two parts
What is Vicksburg?
The killing of an American President by John Wilkes Booth in April, 1865
What is the assassination of Lincoln?
The belief that states are sovereign and have rights independent of the national government
What is states’ rights?
The act of a state leaving the union of states of a country
What is secession?
The practice in the South of forced labor of African Americans
What is slavery?
The support and loyalty to a certain region of a country
What is sectionalism?
A tax or duty on an import to protect a domestic industry of a country
What is a protective tariff?
The document issued in September, 1862 that freed all slaves in areas of rebellion on January 1, 1863
What is the Emancipation Proclamation?
The speech President Lincoln gave to dedicate a battleground as a national burial site
What is the Gettysburg Address?
The speech in which President Lincoln called for an end to slavery and a binding up of the wounds of the nation
What is Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address?
The speech in which President Lincoln said the North would not interfere with slavery but would preserve the Union by force
What is Lincoln’s First Inaugural Address?
The name given to the 13 th, 14 th, and 15 th amendments
What are the Reconstruction Amendments?
The period from 1865 to 1877 after the Civil War
What is Reconstruction?
Abolished slavery in the United States
What is the Thirteenth (13) Amendment?
Gave African American males the right to vote
What is the Fifteenth (15) Amendment?
The right to vote in an election
What is suffrage?
Granted citizenship to former enslaved people
What is the Fourteenth (14) Amendment?
The armed conflict between different factions, groups, or regions within a country
What is Civil War?
To be set free from bondage
What is emancipation?
Years when the Civil War was fought
What is 1861-1865?
The belief that all people have the same basic rights
What is equality?
The belief that the United States is a permanent organization of states
What is Union?
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