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The Way To Victory…. The Battle of Gettysburg. * Why was the battle of Gettysburg important ?

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the battle of gettysburg
The Battle of Gettysburg
  • * Why was the battle of Gettysburg important ?
  • The battle of Gettysburg was considered one of the most influential battles that lead to the result of the Civil War. It was also considered one of the bloodiest battles. This battle was one of the turning points in the Civil War. The North had been defeated by the South, who had victory. After the war, Lincoln gave a two minute speech. Lincoln’s speech was remembered and inspiring to many people. He began his speech like this………
  • “ For score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men were equally created ”
william sherman brings an end to the war
William Sherman brings an end to the war
  • *what was William Sherman's goal?
  • William Sherman's goal was to demoralize the south into submission for them to surrender.
  • *how did William conduct warfare or how did he fight (total war)?
  • He wanted to attack the civilian infrastructure that supported the confederacy armies in the field.
  • *What was the path he took when leading his army?
  • A 285 mile march from Atlanta to Georgia it was called “march to the sea”
  • *army information
  • Williams army marched for long periods of time.