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Civil War Erupts Vocabulary. Copy the vocabulary and the definitions on a piece of paper. draft. a picking of persons for required military service. casualty. a person or thing injured, lost, or destroyed . Maneuvered To move or guide something Very carefully. Border States .

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Civil war erupts vocabulary
Civil War Erupts Vocabulary

Copy the vocabulary and the definitions on a piece of paper.


Draft
draft

  • a picking of persons for required military service


Casualty
casualty

  • a person or thing injured, lost, or destroyed 


Maneuvered

To move or guide something

Very carefully


Border states
Border States

  • States between the North and the South - Missouri, Kentucky, and Maryland


Civilian
civilian

  • a person not on active duty in the armed services or not on a police or firefighting force 


Telegraph
telegraph

  • an electric device or system for sending messages by a code over wires 


Persuading

To try to get someone to agree

With your plan or opinion


Perseverance

To try hard and to not give up


Destiny

To believe that certain things

Will happen because they are

Meant to be.


Encountered

To meet or run into someone

unexpectedly


Crucial

Something that is extremely

important


Appealed

To make a request with a lot of

feeling


Crisis

A situation that suddenly

Becomes very dangerous or

Difficult.


Strategy
strategy

  • a careful plan or method


Blockade
blockade

  • The cutting off of an area by means of troops or warships to stop the coming in or going out of people or supplies 


riot

  •  public violence, disturbance, or disorder


Emancipation
emancipation

  • to free from someone else's control or power; 

  • especially:to free from slavery 


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