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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Section 1- Resources, Strategies, and Early Battles. QOTD. How did the economies of the North and South differ?. Union Advantages. Population Industry supported war Coal and iron mines West- gold and silver. Union Advantages.

By honora
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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. -The Fighting President Lincoln is reelected Lincoln is assassinated. NEXT. 11.1. The Civil War Begins. The secession of Southern states cause the North and the South to take up arms. NEXT. SECTION. 1. I. Confederates Fire on Fort Sumter. A. The Confederacy Takes Control

By patricia
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Guided Reading Activity 16-1 & 16-2

Guided Reading Activity 16-1 & 16-2

Guided Reading Activity 16-1 & 16-2. The Civil War. 16-1. 1. Maryland 2. border states 3. Mississippi River 4. Ohio River 5. Delaware 6. Maryland 7. West Virginia. 8. resources 9. hostile 10. way of life 11. Confederate government 12. Mississippi River 13. independent nation

By Jimmy
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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. The Civil War Begins. Section One- The Civil War Begins. Seven Confederate states had already seceded By March 4 1861 (Lincoln’s inauguration) Confederates had taken over almost all federal institutions in the south except two major forts.

By ruggiero
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Chapter 14

Chapter 14

Chapter 14. The Civil War.

By elaine
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Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

The Civil War (1861-1865) Through Maps, Charts, Graphs & Pictures. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. Rating the North & the South. Railroad Lines, 1860. Resources: North & the South. The Union & Confederacy in 1861. Soldiers’ Occupations: North/South Combined.

By emily
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Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY

The Civil War (1861-1865) Through Maps, Charts, Graphs & Pictures. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY. North vs. South in 1861. Rating the North & the South. Slave/Free States Population, 1861. Railroad Lines, 1860. Resources: North & the South. The Union & Confederacy in 1861.

By wilmer
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Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction

Civil War And Reconstruction . Lisa Gamble Symsonia Ele. 5 th Grade. Flags Of Civil War. Eli Whitney. Cotton Gin Textile Mills Increased Demand for enslaved workers. Differences That Divide The North and South. Different Ways of making a living North gets rich from southern cotton

By keren
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Highlights of the War between the States

Highlights of the War between the States

The Furnace of Civil War. Highlights of the War between the States. 1 st BULL RUN. Confederate Victory Proved war would not be quick and painless 2 nd Bull Run Another confederate victory in which Lee began campaign to invade the north Hoped to convince border states to join Confederacy.

By micheal
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West virginia

West virginia

West virginia. When did it became state. West virginia was the 35 th state in the U.S.A. it became a state on June 20 th , 1863. Important people. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson ( 1824-1863)

By terry
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Beginning of the Civil War

Beginning of the Civil War

Beginning of the Civil War. Mr. May’s U.S. History Class 7/17/2012. Causes of the Civil War. Regional Differences North – Mechanized Farming, Industrial Economy (factories, railroads , canals, telegraph lines, etc. South – Agrarian (farming), cottage industry, & slave labor Slavery

By morrison
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The Civil War Battle Reasons and Leaders

The Civil War Battle Reasons and Leaders

The Civil War Battle Reasons and Leaders. By: Braxton Seidel. What years did the Civil War take place ?. The civil war t ook 4 years The war started in 1861 The war ended in 1865. 1861. 1863. 1865. 1862. 1864. What started the civil war? . The 2 reasons that the Civil War began

By becka
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When you first get in…

When you first get in…

When you first get in…. Add LO and DQ to pg. 55 LO Locate the facts and identify the significance of the 1 st Battle of Bull Run DQ What was the significance of the 1 st Battle of Bull Run? Why did “Stonewall” Jackson earn his nickname? Table of Contents

By daxia
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What is the JCOS Joint Chief of Staff

What is the JCOS Joint Chief of Staff

Today’s Target: Identify the strengths and weaknesses of the North and South as they begin the war. What is the JCOS Joint Chief of Staff. Body of senior uniformed leader in the United States Department of Defense

By maddox
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Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Chapter 16. The Civil War Begins. The war will be between Americans. Families will actually fight against each other. The United States in the North (Union). And the Confederacy in the South.

By anila
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The Civil War Journey

The Civil War Journey

The Civil War Journey . Click Here to begin!. Navigation. To go to the next slide click: To go to previous slide click: To go to main menu click: . Introduction. Home. Causes of the War Major Battles Life at War Historical Documents Take the Quiz. Causes of the War.

By hunter
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Who is the “lunatic” William T. Sherman?

Who is the “lunatic” William T. Sherman?

Who is the “lunatic” William T. Sherman?. Breakdown at Bull Run (1861)

By felton
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19.2

19.2

The War in the East. 19.2. Learning Target #1. Identify the battles that the Confederates won in Virginia and analyze why they were important. 1 st Battle of Bull Run. First battle of the war July 1861 North realized after this battle that the war would not be easy or end quickly.

By raven
(155 views)

24.3 Early Years of the War

24.3 Early Years of the War

24.3 Early Years of the War. On the Left Hand Side CA Standards 8.10.5 8.10.6. Essential Questions. Why did the Union army have such a hard time defeating the Confederate forces in the east? Why was the Union army successful in winning the western campaign?

By oakes
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The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865. Lincoln’s First Inauguration March 4, 1861. Confederates Took Fort Sumter April 4, 1861. Confederates Took Fort Sumter April 4, 1861. Lincoln Calls For Volunteers. April 14, 1861. Virginia Seceded April 17, 1861. Three More States Seceded.

By pierce
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