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Civil War. Q 1 : Evaluate the reason for Fort Sumner being the first battle of the Civil War. Lincoln’s Inauguration Attitudes towards slavery Resupplying Fort Sumter Attack on Fort Sumter Davis and his dilemma to attack or not? April 12 and 13 Bombing of Fort Sumter

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Civil war

Civil War


Q 1 evaluate the reason for fort sumner being the first battle of the civil war

Q1: Evaluate the reason for Fort Sumner being the first battle of the Civil War.

  • Lincoln’s Inauguration

    • Attitudes towards slavery

    • Resupplying Fort Sumter

  • Attack on Fort Sumter

    • Davis and his dilemma to attack or not?

      • April 12 and 13 Bombing of Fort Sumter

      • U.S. Army Major Robert Anderson hold fort

      • No one is killed in action


Q 2 identify the advantages each army had in the civil war

Q2: Identify the advantages each army had in the Civil War.

  • The Civil War Begins

    • Economic advantages

      • Populations

      • Industrial Capacity

      • Money

        • Union Treasury

          • Legal Tender Act

        • Confederate Money

    • Military Advantages

      • Traditions of South vs. North

    • Political Situation

      • Keeping in Union Together

        • Conscription

        • Habeas corpus

      • Confederacy

        • New Constitution

        • European situation

    • Modern War

      • Attrition

      • Annihilation


Q 3 summarize the early stages of the civil war analyzing the eastern and western campaigns

Q3: Summarize the early stages of the Civil War, analyzing the Eastern and Western campaigns.

  • Early Stages

    • Bull Run

      • Stonewall Jackson

    • Naval War

      • Mississippi River

        • David G. Farragut

        • New Orleans

    • War in the West

      • Ulysses S. Grant

        • Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers

        • Shiloh-April 6, 1862

    • War in East

      • Robert E. Lee

        • Seven Days Battle

        • 2nd Battle of Bull Run

        • Antietam-September 17, 1862


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Q4: Describe Lincoln’s reasons for delivering the Emancipation Proclamation, assessing its affect on the Civil War.

  • Emancipation Proclamation

    • September 2, 1862

    • Gave till January 1, 1863

  • Life During Civil War

    • Clara Barton and Red Cross


Q 5 analyze how the republican party drove reconstruction efforts during this time

Q5: Analyze how the Republican Party drove Reconstruction efforts during this time

  • Reconstruction Begins

    • Lincoln and Radical Republicans

      • Lincoln’s Plan

        • Amnesty

        • 10% of voters take oath new governments can be formed

        • Confederate government officials and military officers could not take oath

      • Radical Republicans Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner

        • Wanted to prevent Confederates from returning to power

        • Strong Republican Party in South

        • Finally they wanted the federal government to help African Americans achieve political equality by guaranteeing their right to vote in South

        • Wade-Davis Bill

          • Majority had to take oath

          • Constitutional Convention attendee’s and Ironclad Oath

          • Abolition of slavery

          • Accept debt of Confederacy

          • Deprive military officers from voting or holding office

      • Freedmen’s Bureau

        • March 1865-Bureau of Refugees, Freemen and Abandoned

      • Johnson Takes Office

        • Offered to pardon all former citizens of the Confederacy who took oath and returned any property

        • Required Southern state to ratify the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery

        • Congress Angered

          • Black codes and Election of Former Confederates


Q 6 discuss the efforts made during the congressional reconstruction period

Q6: Discuss the efforts made during the Congressional Reconstruction Period

  • Congressional Reconstruction

    • 14th Amendment

      • Civil Rights Act of 1866 vs. 14th Amendment

    • Military Reconstruction Act 1867.

      • Divided Confederacy into 5 military districts

    • Johnson’s Impeachment

      • Command of the Army Act

      • Tenure of Office Act


Q 7 discuss the end of reconstruction

Q7: Discuss the end of Reconstruction

  • Reconstruction and Republican Rule

    • Rebuilding the Union

      • Nearly all Confederate states rejoin by 1870

      • Carpetbaggers vs. scalawags

    • African American’s New Start

      • Freedmen’s Bureau help

    • Republican Politics and Reforms

    • Southern Resistance

      • Ku Klux Klan

    • Troubled Grant Administration

      • First Term vs. Second Term

      • Panic of 1873

  • Reconstruction Ends

    • Compromise of 1877

    • New South Arises

      • Industry develops


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