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  1. Mr. Pagliaro Seymour High School The Civil War (1861-1865)

  2. 1861 A Thousand Mile Front

  3. North vs. South in 1861

  4. Rating the North & the South

  5. Slave/Free States Population, 1861

  6. Railroad Lines, 1860

  7. Resources: North & the South

  8. The Union & Confederacy in 1861

  9. Men Present for Duty in the Civil War

  10. Who fought? Ohio Military Service

  11. Soldier’s occupations: North & South Combined

  12. The Leaders of the Confederacy Pres. Jefferson Davis VP Alexander Stevens

  13. The Confederate Government in Richmond

  14. The Confederate Seal MOTTO  “With God As Our Vindicator”

  15. Northern View of Jefferson Davis

  16. “AnacondaPlan” • Union’s Civil War Strategy: • Blockade Southern Ports • Take control of Mississippi River • Split Confederacy

  17. The “Anaconda” Plan

  18. Lincoln’s Generals Winfield Scott Joseph Hooker Ulysses S. Grant Irvin McDowell George McClellan George Meade Ambrose Burnside George McClellan,Again!

  19. Battle of Bull Run (1st Manassas)July, 1861

  20. Formation of Army of the Potomac – Summer 1861 …Presdt, Cabinet, Genl Scott & all deferring to me—by some strange operation of magic I seem to have become the power of the land. ... I almost think that were I to win some small success now I could become Dictator or anything else that might please me—but nothing of that kind would please me—therefore I won't be Dictator. Admirable self-denial!– George B. McClellan, July 26, 1861

  21. McClellan: I Can Do It All!

  22. McClellan on Lincoln [Lincoln is] "nothing more than a well-meaning baboon", a "gorilla", and "ever unworthy of ... his high position.”

  23. The Confederate Generals “Stonewall” Jackson Nathan Bedford Forrest George Pickett Jeb Stuart James Longstreet Robert E. Lee

  24. 1862 A Very Bloody Affair

  25. Peninsula Campaign: Phase 1 MCCLELLAN’S AMPHIBIOUS DEPLOYMENT OF TROOPS TO RICHMOND

  26. Quaker Guns

  27. Peninsula Campaign: Phase 2The Seven Days It wasn't war; it was murder. Major General DH Hill Casualties: Confederacy 20,000 of 90,000 Union 16,000 of 105,000 McClellan insisted he was outnumbered Our success has not been as great or complete as we should have desired. ... Under ordinary circumstances the Federal Army should have been destroyed. General Robert E. Lee My conscience is clear at least to this extent—viz.: that I have honestly done the best I could; I shall leave it to others to decide whether that was the best that could have been done—& if they find any who can do better am perfectly willing to step aside & give way. Maj. Gen. George B. McClellan

  28. The Battle of the Ironclads,March, 1862 The Monitor vs.the Merrimac

  29. Damage on the Deck of the Monitor

  30. War in the East: 1861-1862

  31. Battle of Antietam SINGLE BLOODIEST DAY IN AMERICAN HISTORY September 17, 1862 23,000 casualties 3654 dead (Sept. 11-2,977 [minus hijackers])

  32. “... [E]very stalk of corn in the northern and greater part of the field was cut as closely as could have been done with a knife, and the [Confederates] slain lay in rows precisely as they had stood in their ranks a few moments before.” Gen. Joseph Hooker “General McClellan had committed barely 50,000 infantry and artillerymen to the contest. A third of his army did not fire a shot. Even at that, his men repeatedly drove the Army of Northern Virginia to the brink of disaster, feats of valor entirely lost on a commander thinking of little beyond staving off his own defeat.”– Stephen W. Sears, Landscape Turned Red

  33. TheEmancipationProclamation

  34. 1863 A Higher Cause

  35. Emancipation in 1863

  36. African-American Recruiting Poster

  37. The Famous 54th Massachusetts

  38. August Saint-Gaudens Memorial to Col. Robert Gould Shaw & Mass. 54th

  39. African-Americans in Civil War Battles

  40. Black Troops Freeing Slaves Aka Contraband

  41. Extensive Legislation PassedWithout the South in Congress • 1861 – Morrill Tariff Act • 1862 – Homestead Act • 1862 – Legal Tender Act • 1862 – Morrill Land Grant Act • 1862 – Emancipation Proclamation (1/1/1863) • 1863 – Pacific Railway Act • 1863 – National Bank Act

  42. The War in the West, 1863: Vicksburg

  43. The Road to Gettysburg: 1863

  44. Gettysburg Casualties

  45. The North Initiates the Draft, 1863

  46. Buy Your Way Out of Military Service

  47. Recruiting Irish Immigrants in NYC

  48. Recruiting Blacks in NYC

  49. NYC Draft Riots, (July 13-16, 1863)

  50. NYC Draft Riots, (July 13-16, 1863)