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CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES

CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES

CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES. NORTH. ADVANTAGES Larger population More industry More resources Better banking system More railroad mileage Better leader (Abraham Lincoln) More ships Better balance between farming and industry Functioning Government. DISADVANTAGES

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CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES

CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES

CIVIL WAR ADVANTAGES/DISADVANTAGES. NORTH. ADVANTAGES Larger population More industry More resources Better banking system More railroad mileage Better leader (Abraham Lincoln) More ships Better balance between farming and industry Functioning Government. DISADVANTAGES

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Major Post Civil War Problems

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Major Post Civil War Problems. What would you do to solve the following problems? Discuss with your partners and jot down some solutions.

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North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council

North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council

North Carolina Civil War Tourism Council Imagine…standing on the sandy dunes of Fort Fisher, looking out across the beach where so many soldiers & sailors gave their life.

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The Civil War: North vs. South

The Civil War: North vs. South

The Civil War: North vs. South. U.S. History—Ch. 4 Terms—see page 155. Fort Sumter—(Ch. 3—p. 144) Monitor and Merrimac (p. 163) Copperheads Martial law Suspension of writ of habeas corpus (p.171) Anaconda Plan (p. 159) Emancipation Proclamation Gettysburg Gettysburg Address Siege

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The Civil War: North vs. South

The Civil War: North vs. South

The Civil War: North vs. South. U.S. History—Ch. 4 Terms—see page 155. Fort Sumter—(Ch. 3—p. 144) Monitor and Merrimack (p. 163) Copperheads Martial law Suspension of writ of habeas corpus (p.171) Anaconda Plan (p. 159) Emancipation Proclamation Gettysburg Gettysburg Address Siege

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Political Problems during the Civil War

Political Problems during the Civil War

Political Problems during the Civil War. Dissent: Both sides had to deal w/ disloyalty Lincoln will suspend habeas corpus 13,000 suspected Conf. sympathizers or Copperheads will be arrested Davis will denounce Lincoln, but later have to take the same actions. Conscription:

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North Carolina in the Civil War

North Carolina in the Civil War

North Carolina in the Civil War. January 23, 2014. Learning Goals. EQ Is war a necessary evil? LTs (SWBAT…) Identify major battles of the Civil War (NC specific). D escribe North Carolina’s role in the Civil War. POUs (I’ll know I’ve got it when…)

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The Civil War in North Carolina

The Civil War in North Carolina

The Civil War in North Carolina. The Tarheel State Under Siege. First Battle. The first battle of the Civil War occurred at Manassas, Virginia. Union forces invaded the south attempting to capture Richmond, Virginia the Confederate States’ capital.

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The North before the Civil War

The North before the Civil War

The North before the Civil War. The Location. Geography: great ports, Erie Canal U nsteady growing season climate forced people to focus on things other than farming. Dense forests for lumber. The Inventors. Elias Howe: Sewing machine

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Why the North won the Civil War

Why the North won the Civil War

Why the North won the Civil War. I. Advantages. A. 71% of the population lived in the North B. 7 1% of railroad track was in the North. C. 85% of manufacturing plants were in the North D. 92% of industrial workers were from the North. II. Gettysburg. A. July 1863 the two armies meet.

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The Civil War Civil War intro

The Civil War Civil War intro

The Civil War Civil War intro. 1861. Jan. 1861 – South Carolina becomes the first state to succeed after Lincoln’s election. March 1861 – Lincoln is inaugurated. 1861. April 1861 – Attack on Ft. Sumter July 1861 – 1 st Battle of Bull Run.

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