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Warm Up. Where in the world did you go on Spring Break?. Chapter 14 Section 1. Texas Secedes. A Nation Divided The Presidential Election of 1860 Reaction to Lincoln’s Election The Secession Convention in Texas Governor Houston’s Response. Texas Secession Vote, 1861.

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Warm up

Warm Up

Where in the world did you go on Spring Break?


Texas secedes

Chapter 14 Section 1

Texas Secedes

  • A Nation Divided

  • The Presidential Election of 1860

  • Reaction to Lincoln’s Election

  • The Secession Convention in Texas

  • Governor Houston’s Response



What s your take away
What’s your take away?

  • Why did Texans vote to secede from the United States?

  • What was Houston’s reaction to Texas leaving the Union?


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Warm Up

  • Read A Real-Life Story on page 309. From the reading, what do we know about Elijah Petty?


Texans fight for the confederacy
Texans Fight for the Confederacy

  • Organizing the Confederacy – The first Confederate governor of Texas was Francis Lubbock

  • Military Strength of Texas -60 to 70 thousand men volunteered to fight in the war. (From Texas)


With your shoulder partner read
With your shoulder partner read:

  • Sending More Troops to fight

  • Military Affairs in Texas

  • Other Military Campaigns


Group work
Group Work

  • How were federal troops removed from Texas?

  • Why was the Confederate draft important?

  • What happened at the Battle of Sabine Pass, and why was a Confederate victory needed?


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Warm Up

  • Read Texas Tidbits on page 315.

    Women in Combat


Civil War Blendspace


Civil war blendspace
Civil War Blendspace

  • Create a Circle Map on Texas in the Civil War.


  • With a partner, come up with a statement that best describes Texas in the Civil War.


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Warm Up

  • Read Multicultural Connections on page 317. Mexican Americans in the Civil War

  • Why did the Civil War divide the Mexican American community?


  • Home Front Hardships

  • Refugees

  • The Wars End

  • About 3 million people fought in the Civil War, and 600,000 to 700,000 of them died.


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Chapter 15.1

Warm Up

  • Do Interact with History on page 324.


Vocab for ch15 1
Vocab for ch15.1

  • Freedman – a person who has been freed from slavery.

  • Civil Rights – rights belonging to all citizens.

  • Amendment – a change made to a law, bill or document.

  • Veto – refusal by a head of government to sign a bill passed by the legislature.


Presidential reconstruction
Presidential Reconstruction

  • After the War

  • Emancipation

  • Freedmen’s Bureau

  • Johnson’s Plan for Reconstruction

  • The Constitution of 1866

  • The Reaction of Congress


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