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Chapter 16: The Civil War Section 1: The War Begins. Americans Choose Sides. The Butter Battle Book Dr. Seuss. Provide details on what happened at Ft. Sumter-be SURE to include facts from beginning to end!. List 4 of the things Lincoln discussed in his Inaugural address:.

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Chapter 16: The Civil War

Section 1: The War Begins

Americans Choose Sides

The Butter Battle Book Dr. Seuss

  • Provide details on what happened at Ft. Sumter-be SURE to include facts from beginning to end!
  • List 4 of the things Lincoln discussed in his Inaugural address:

“There can be no neutrals in this war, only patriots-or traitors” ~Stephen Douglas

Choosing Sides

List the states on each side of the conflict.

Read carefully the sections titled Northern Resources and Southern Resources, of all the things listed, what do you think are the most important strengths of the North and of the South? List 2 of each.

Union States Confederate States

List the 4 border states: Why were the border states different?

Preparing for War

What motivated men to join the army?

  • Training the Soldiers
  • Take notes on the problems of the following:
  • Uniforms:
  • Training:
  • Supplies:
  • Give 4 examples of how civilians helped the war effort.
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Chapter 16 Section 2: The War in the East

First Battle of Bull Run

Date

Location

Winner

Importance

Battle of the Seven Days

Date

Location

Winner

Importance

Second Battle of Bull Run

Date

Location

Winner

Importance

Battle of Antietam

Date

Location

Winner

Location

Breaking the Union Blockade

For each of the generals below write 3 details of their service.

The Union’s Naval Strategy

How did the Union blockade hurt the Confederacy?

How was the Confederacy able to sometimes break the blockade?

Clash of the Ironclads

Define Ironclad:

How did ironclads revolutionize naval warfare?

  • Irvin McDowell
  • Robert E. Lee
  • George B. McClellan
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Chapter 16 Section 3: The War in the West

Union Strategy in the West

In the space below record 3 details about Ulysses S. Grant.

  • Explain 2 reasons why the Union wanted to control the Mississippi River.

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Battle of Shiloh

Date

Location

Winner

Importance

New Orleans

Vicksburg

Why was New Orleans so important?

How did David Farragut manage to get past the forts guarding New Orleans?

What prevented the invasion of Vicksburg?

What did the Union do to force Vicksburg to surrender?

In the space below record 3 details about David Farragut.

View the Vicksburg Strategy feature on pages 526-527. Answer the “Geography Skills” questions on the lines below.

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Chapter 16 Section 4: Daily Life during the War

  • Emancipation Proclamation:(define)
  • Give 2 reasons why Lincoln found Emancipation to be a difficult issue:

Opinions of the Proclamation

The Democratic Party Abolitionists Abraham Lincoln Edwin Stanton

Opposition to the War

African Americans in the War

  • Achievements
  • Struggles

Copperheads Northern Draft

Briefly describe what life was like for soldiers and civilians below.

Battlefield Prisoners of War Civilians

Clara Barton

Sally Louisa Tompkins

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Chapter 16 Section 5: The Tide of War Turns

The Battle of Gettysburg

  • Aftermath:

When?

How long?

What triggered it?

Casualties?

Wilderness Campaign

Sherman strikes the South

  • Union Plan:
  • Details of Sherman’s campaign:
  • Consequences:
  • Goal:
  • Reasons for failure:

The South Surrenders

Describe the events that led to Lee’s surrender:

  • Effects of the War