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Warm up. - Based on the Story of US video: What were important innovations during the Civil War? Describe 3 innovations and how they changed war and how it is fought. Jefferson Davis Secede & Defend South. Lincoln “INVADE, CONQUER, RE-UNITE. People of the Civil War.

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Warm up

- Based on the Story of US video: What were important innovations during the Civil War? Describe 3 innovations and how they changed war and how it is fought.

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Jefferson Davis

Secede & Defend South

Lincoln

“INVADE, CONQUER, RE-UNITE

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People of the Civil War

Abraham Lincoln – President of Union

Jefferson Davis – President of Confederacy

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Ulysses S. Grant – Top Union general. Established “total war” approach.

William T. Sherman – Union general who led “Sherman’s March to the Sea” to destroy South

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Robert E. Lee – Became head of Confederate Army (originally asked by Lincoln to lead Union)

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Resources: N & S

Think.Pair.Share

- If the South is focused on agriculture, why does the Union have more grain production and more farms than the Confederacy?

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Think.Pair.Share

What information are these two graphics showing?

Which side’s population is more invested and committed to war – North or South? Explain.

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It begins….

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCoe5T2wmfU

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North

South

How does each side feel about war?

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read samuel j english primary source
Read Samuel J. English primary source.

How does the 1st Battle of Bull Run change the attitudes of people toward the war?

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“1st Battle of Bull Run”

“This is going to be bad…”

-Stick Man with gun

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Clip From Glory…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJiMlgvygvc

*decapitation warning at 1 minute mark!*

think pair share
Think. Pair. Share
  • What types of innovations have we learned about that resulted in these large casualty numbers?
  • Why else might the number of deaths be so high?
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Why would Lincoln only free slaves in the south and not just free all slaves?

What people would be happy that slavery is being “completely done away with”?

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“Freedom to Slaves!!!

(except border states…)”

- Lincoln’s speech bubble

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“surrounded the south”

“turning point”

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North

Blockade

Tactic

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The “Anaconda” Plan

Vicksburg Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRogiYncKj4

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Ticket out the door:

- Describe three major events and/or people from the Civil War

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  • What event caused the South to secede from the Union?
  • What approach did North Carolina take when secession first began?
  • How did the 1st Battle of Bull Run change people’s attitudes about the war?
  • Why would some African-Americans be unhappy with the Emancipation Proclamation?
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Fields of Gettysburg…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GCs-GhuDClI

Gettysburg Address

Read on p347 NC

What is the purpose of this address?

How does Lincoln inspire the union to continue fighting?

Why do you think this is “recognized as one of the best speeches of all time”?

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“1 – 3 Days: bloodiest battle ““2- 50% Confederate Casualties”

“3 – Gettysburg Address”

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Sherman’s March to the Sea video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfnlltXPpTU

“Take the South!” - Lincoln head

“Sure, man” - beard face (left)

“DESTROY ‘EM!” – beard face (right)

“Sherman’s March to the Sea”

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Ulysses S. Grant – Top Union general. Established “total war” approach.

Appomattox

Courthouse

Robert E. Lee – Became head of Confederate Army (originally asked by Lincoln to lead Union)

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Appomattox Courthouse

Lee “I surrender…”

Grant “ O.K…”

“NORTH WINS!”

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Appomattox

Courthouse

Lee’s Surrender

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NC in the War

If war must come, I prefer to be with my own people. If we have to shed blood, I prefer to shed Northern rather than Southern blood. If we have to slay, I would rather slay strangers than my own kindred

1/5th

of all supplies

Under Vance, NC provided more supplies and soldiers than any other state in the Confederacy.

1/6th of all troops

NC Gov: Zebulon B. Vance

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NC in the War

What is a common factor between all battle sites?

What does this tell you about NC’s importance in the war?

NC coast is important for control over shipping routes

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Role of NC:

  • Gives more supplies & troops to
  • Confederacy than any state
  • - Important shipping routes
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Choose to do 1 of the following 3 options:

Draw a cartoon strip illustrating 3 major events and/or people from the Civil War

Write a song or poem with 2 stanzas about 3 major events and/or people from the Civil war

Create a graphic organizer or flow chart the organizes 6 major events and/or people from the Civil War in a logical wa