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The Civil War (1861-62). advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. advantages. challenges for both sides. making a modern army . challenges for both sides. making a modern army replacing citizen-soldiers with professionals

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challenges for both sides
challenges for both sides
  • making a modern army
challenges for both sides1
challenges for both sides
  • making a modern army
    • replacing citizen-soldiers with professionals
    • replacing state militias with national armies
challenges for both sides2
challenges for both sides
  • making a modern army
    • replacing citizen-soldiers with professionals
    • replacing state militias with national armies
  • maintaining support for the war
challenges for both sides3
challenges for both sides
  • making a modern army
    • replacing citizen-soldiers with professionals
    • replacing state militias with national armies
  • maintaining support for the war
    • abroad
challenges for both sides4
challenges for both sides
  • making a modern army
    • replacing citizen-soldiers with professionals
    • replacing state militias with national armies
  • maintaining support for the war
    • abroad
    • at home
key civil war battles
key Civil War battles
  • First Bull Run (First Manassas) (July 1861)
    • need to modernize army (McClellan, Meigs)
key civil war battles1
key Civil War battles
  • First Bull Run (First Manassas) (July 1861)
    • need to modernize army (McClellan, Meigs)
  • Seven Days Campaign (June-July 1862)
    • Confederates gain initiative (Lee, Jackson)
key civil war battles2
key Civil War battles
  • First Bull Run (First Manassas) (July 1861)
    • need to modernize army (McClellan, Meigs)
  • Seven Days Campaign (June-July 1862)
    • Confederates gain initiative (Lee, Jackson)
  • Antietam and Perryville (September 1862)
    • Union regains initiative (Grant)
civil war 1861 62
Civil War 1861-62
  • from union war to emancipation war
  • from conciliation to pragmatism
  • modernizing army (both sides)
  • modernizing government (Union)