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Guided Reading Activity 16-1 & 16-2. The Civil War. 16-1. 1. Maryland 2. border states 3. Mississippi River 4. Ohio River 5. Delaware 6. Maryland 7. West Virginia. 8. resources 9. hostile 10. way of life 11. Confederate government 12. Mississippi River 13. independent nation

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16-1
  • 1. Maryland
  • 2. border states
  • 3. Mississippi River
  • 4. Ohio River
  • 5. Delaware
  • 6. Maryland
  • 7. West Virginia
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8. resources
  • 9. hostile
  • 10. way of life
  • 11. Confederate government
  • 12. Mississippi River
  • 13. independent nation
  • 14. 112,000
  • 15. 187,000
  • 16. victory
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16-2
  • 1.Bull Run (Manassas)
  • 2. P.G.T. Beauregard and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson
  • 3. the South
  • 4. the Army of the Potomac
  • 5. General George B. McClellen
  • 6. to prevent the South from exporting cotton or importing war supplies
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7. blockade runners; they covered the Merrimack in iron plates and attacked Union warships.
  • 8. to gain control of the Mississippi and Tennessee Rivers
  • 9. two days
  • 10. the North
  • 11. it meant that the Confederacy could no longer use the Mississippi River to carry its crops to sea
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12. to capture Richmond
  • 13. the Peninsula Campaign
  • 14. They had time to prepare their defense of Richmond.
  • 15. General Robert E. Lee
  • 16. He failed to capture Richmond
  • 17. the second Battle of Bull Run
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18. the South
  • 19. They had a copy of lee’s orders for his army.
  • 20. September 17, 1862 (Battle of Antietam)
  • 21. He removed him from command and replaced him with General Ambrose Burnside