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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




an example of Union propaganda

of Jefferson Davis



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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