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Ch 8 Creating the Constitution

Ch 8 Creating the Constitution

Ch 8 Creating the Constitution. Compromise – A settlement of a dispute by each party giving up some demands in order to reach a goal. Essential Question- What compromises emerged from the Constitutional Convention? . Ch 8.1 Introduction. Purpose What- We are going to learn about Compromise.

By regis
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18.4 The Texas Homefront

18.4 The Texas Homefront

18.4 The Texas Homefront. The Wartime Economy and the Draft. Although Texas suffered less than the other Confederate states because very few battles were fought in the state, Texans experienced many hardships. Goods became scarce and were very expensive. The Wartime Economy and the Draft.

By lorant
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The Politics of Reconstruction

The Politics of Reconstruction

Main Idea. Essential Question. The Politics of Reconstruction. What laws did Congress pass during Reconstruction to improve the lives of former slaves?. Objectives. Reconstruction Begins Anew.

By odell
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Segregation of The Armed Forces

Segregation of The Armed Forces

Segregation of The Armed Forces. By TyQuan Wilson. Civil War.

By gunda
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The Politics of Reconstruction : Presidential v. Congressional Reconstruction

The Politics of Reconstruction : Presidential v. Congressional Reconstruction

The Politics of Reconstruction : Presidential v. Congressional Reconstruction. Chapter 12, Sections 1 Plans for Reconstruction. Lincoln’s Plan for Reconstruction.

By thea
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Synonym - confederate

Synonym - confederate

Accomplice. ( ѳ käm ’ plis ). (n.) a person who takes part in a crime. Synonym - confederate. Annihilate. ( ѳ nī ’ ѳ lāt ). (v.) to destroy completely. Synonym - obliterate Antonym – encourage. Arbitrary. ( är ‘ b ѳ trer ē).

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The Confederate Nation

The Confederate Nation

The Confederate Nation. 14.4. Leadership. Jefferson Davis was unable to communicate the meaning of the war effectively to ordinary men & women. Davis couldn’t control obstructionist Gov’s Davis inferior to Lincoln as wartime leader. Government. Confederacy became far more centralized

By harlow (85 views)

Confederate flag controversy

Confederate flag controversy

South Carolina Senate passes a bill to banish the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds to a museum.

By jessiefalconer (2303 views)

Confederate Cipher Disk

Confederate Cipher Disk

Confederate Cipher Disk . Simran, Lovjoat , Arshdeep , Zohaib TEAM SALL-E. History .

By gilles (140 views)

Confederate Talking Points

Confederate Talking Points

Confederate Talking Points. 1 Peter 3:15 But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:. What are Talking Points?.

By truman (2 views)

Confederate States of America----CSA Jefferson Davis---President Confederate Constitution

Confederate States of America----CSA Jefferson Davis---President Confederate Constitution

THE CIVIL WAR. 1861 to 1865. Confederate States of America----CSA Jefferson Davis---President Confederate Constitution Firing on Fort Sumter, April 12, 1861 Lincoln needed border states South fires first shot Suspends Constitution NORTH VS. SOUTH Advantages Strategy Military leaders.

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Confederate States of America

Confederate States of America

Confederate States of America. Pres. Jefferson Davis VA, NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, TN, AR, TX, LA, MS Seceded from Union after Lincoln’s Election. Anaconda Plan. Capture Richmond Blockade Southern Ports Capture Mississippi River Gen. Winfield Scott. Strengths of the USA. Railroads

By idalee (98 views)

Union & Confederate Military Strategy

Union & Confederate Military Strategy

Union & Confederate Military Strategy. 1861. Military Advantages. Union. Confederacy. Larger Population Greater industrial capacity Better transportation ability ( rail ). Defending “home” Interior lines of supply Interior lines of communication. Strategy in the North.

By ketan (108 views)

Confederate flag comes down

Confederate flag comes down

The Confederate battle flag is permanently removed from South Carolina's state grounds.

By celandine (2044 views)

Union and Confederate States

Union and Confederate States

Union and Confederate States. SOL USI.9c: The student will demonstrate knowledge of the causes, major events, and effects of the Civil War by: c) identifying on a map the states that seceded from the Union and those that remained in the Union. Guided Notes.

By dallon (157 views)