Lets Review: The Civil War! For Ms. Allocca’s and Mr. Swaine’s 11th Grade US History Class!
Slavery- to be or not to be Famous People Battles North or South? Vocabulary 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 100 pt 200 pt 200 pt 200 pt 200 pt 200 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 300 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 400 pt 500pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt 500 pt
This Compromise allowed the balance of free and slave states to remain equal.
This act forced northerners to catch runaway slaves with a punishment of being fined or jailed.
This book, written by Harriet Beecher Stowe, put the harsh reality of slavery out in the open
THE DAILY DOUBLE Guerilla warfare was used in this conflict that broke out in the Kansas and Nebraska territories
This Compromise, which had five parts, allowed California to enter the Union as a free state.
A fugitive slave. In the 1850's she made many journeys to free slaves through the Underground Railroad.
Abolitionist and fanatical anti-slavery fighter, who led a famous raid on Harpers Ferry, and who became a martyr in parts of the North.
A former slave, who was one of the foremost leaders of the abolitionist movement, who served as an advisor to President Lincoln.
THE DAILY DOUBLE Which battle helped the Union to gain control of the Mississippi?
Which side had the advantage of a better banking system to raise money for the war.
Which side had better military leadership because of Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and George Pickett?
The strategy for this side is best known as the “The Anaconda Plan.”
This side had bombing raids caused people to have to leave their homes
This side had “Peace Democrats” (also called “Copperheads”) that favored a truce, instead of going to war.
A Presidential order declaring the freedom of all slaves in those areas of the Confederate States of America that had not already returned to Union control. It was not a law passed by a Congress but a proclamation issued by President Abraham Lincoln.
The act of formally separating from or leaving an organization or government.
The name that the Southern states called themselves after they seceded from the United States.