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Civil War Propaganda Traveling Trunk Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art. The Civil War. 1860 Lincoln 1861 to 1865 The Union versus the Confederacy Slavery Deadliest war in America; 750,000. Propaganda. A form of communication that tries to influence attitude by presenting one side of an argument

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Civil war propaganda traveling trunk marietta cobb museum of art

Civil War PropagandaTraveling TrunkMarietta/Cobb Museum of Art


The civil war

The Civil War

  • 1860 Lincoln

  • 1861 to 1865

  • The Union versus the Confederacy

  • Slavery

  • Deadliest war in America; 750,000


Propaganda

Propaganda

  • A form of communication that tries to influence attitude by presenting one side of an argument

  • Union Propaganda

    • Anti-slavery photographs, cartoons

    • 1850s Newspaper Illustrations


Civil war propaganda traveling trunk marietta cobb museum of art

an example of Union propaganda


Civil war propaganda traveling trunk marietta cobb museum of art

an example of Union propaganda


Civil war propaganda traveling trunk marietta cobb museum of art

an example of Union propaganda

of Jefferson Davis


Civil war propaganda traveling trunk marietta cobb museum of art

an example of Confederate propaganda


Winslow homer

Winslow Homer

  • Born 1836

  • In 1855 began printmaking

  • Harper’s Weekly

  • Families able to “see” the war

  • Troops’ morale


Make your own newspaper

Make your own newspaper!

  • Title?

  • Story/Summary (2-3 Sentences)

  • Draw an image

  • Go over in black ink

  • Present to class


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