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Reconstruction in Georgia

Reconstruction in Georgia

Reconstruction in Georgia. Mr. Coggins Cornell Notes. farms were in ruins homes, railways, bridges,roads were destroyed or in need of repair not enough food banks were closed – Confederate money was worthless the state owed $20,000,000 in war debt

By lida
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Fort Jackson and Fort St. Phillip

Fort Jackson and Fort St. Phillip

Fort Jackson and Fort St. Phillip. Louisiana in the Civil War. During the Civil War, the Union army planned to seize control of the Mississippi River from the Confederacy.

By helen
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NORTHERN ADVANTAGES

NORTHERN ADVANTAGES

NORTHERN ADVANTAGES. 22 million people Only 9 million in South And 1/3 of them were slaves 4:1 military numerical advantage Huge advantage in industrial capacity Built 453 of 470 locomotives in U.S Manufactured 97% of all firearms

By geordi
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Georgia and the American Experience

Georgia and the American Experience

Georgia and the American Experience. Chapter 9: 1866-1889 Reconstruction. Conditions in Georgia at the end of the war:. Farms were in ruins Homes, railways, bridges, roads were destroyed or in need of repair Not enough food Banks were closed – Confederate money was worthless

By ziya
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Georgia and the American Experience

Georgia and the American Experience

Georgia and the American Experience. Chapter 9: 1866-1889 Reconstruction and the New South Study Presentation. Section 1: Lincoln and Reconstruction Section 2: Reconstruction in Georgia Section 3: Georgia’s Redemption Years Section 4: The New South. Section 1: Lincoln and Reconstruction.

By tanith
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Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 4: Georgia in a Divided Nation Lesson 3: Reconstruction Study Presentation . Lesson 3: Reconstruction. Essential Question How did political action and social reaction change the Southern culture after the Civil War?.

By durin
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Road to Civil War: 1820-1861

Road to Civil War: 1820-1861

Road to Civil War: 1820-1861. “Secession and War”. The Election of 1860. Would the Union break? Would slavery destroy this country? It caused breakup of Dems … N. Dems - Stephan A. Douglas (Il) Supporter of Pop. Sovereignty S. Dems - John C. Breckinridge (KT) Pro-Slavery Mvmt .

By uriel
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Who is Clara Barton? Name one IB Learner Profile that BEST describes her and explain why.

Who is Clara Barton? Name one IB Learner Profile that BEST describes her and explain why.

Who is Clara Barton? Name one IB Learner Profile that BEST describes her and explain why. Nurse on the battlefield that founded the AMERICAN Red Cross. What is a blockade runner? What is your evidence from the reading?.

By nakia
(186 views)

The Civil War: 1861-1865

The Civil War: 1861-1865

The Civil War: 1861-1865. The Way to Victory. Southern Victories: Fredericksburg & Chancellorsville. No more parades or masses of volunteers Soldiers & civilians faced grim outlook 1862-63 Gloom for North and hope for South Lee and the Rebs looked unbeatable

By nili
(82 views)

Road to Civil War:

Road to Civil War:

Road to Civil War:. Secession and War. The election of 1860. The issue of slavery eventually caused a break in the Democratic Party before the 1860 presidential election.

By pisces
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Week 12 American Studies 5 May 2014

Week 12 American Studies 5 May 2014

Week 12 American Studies 5 May 2014. The Civil War Lincoln The 13 th Amendment. The Two Sides. The North, a.k.a. The South, a.k.a. The Confederate States of America The Confederacy Rebels Secessionists, ( Secesh ) Gray coats Johnny Reb

By callia
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Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 5: Georgia in a Divided Nation Lesson 3: Reconstruction Study Presentation . Lesson 3: Reconstruction. Essential Question How did political action and social reaction change the southern culture after the Civil War?.

By leiko
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Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies

Georgia Studies. Unit 5: Georgia in a Divided Nation Lesson 3: Reconstruction Study Presentation . Lesson 3: Reconstruction. Reconstruction Freedmen 13 th Amendment Black Codes 14 th Amendment Carpetbagger Scalawag Ku Klux Klan 15 th Amendment Redeemer Poll Tax Discrimination.

By yon
(115 views)

Civil War Project on Military leaders Term 4 History Branden Sheehan

Civil War Project on Military leaders Term 4 History Branden Sheehan

Civil War Project on Military leaders Term 4 History Branden Sheehan . U.S. Grant . Gen. Ulysses S. Grant argued with the President and aligned himself with the Radical Republicans. He was, as the symbol of Union victory during the Civil War, their logical candidate for President in 1868.

By henrik
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Lincoln and Secession

Lincoln and Secession

Lincoln and Secession. Lincoln-Douglas Debates. The Lincoln-Douglas debates were a series of formal political debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas in a campaign for one of Illinois' two United States Senate seats.

By farren
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Civil War Timeline

Civil War Timeline

Civil War Timeline. December 1860.  South Carolina seceded from the Union in 1860 after Abraham Lincoln was elected president. A total of eleven states seceded and later formed the Confederate States of America . Jefferson Davis, a former U.S. senator, served as president of the Confederacy.

By kass
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The Battle of Perryville and Stones River

The Battle of Perryville and Stones River

The Battle of Perryville and Stones River. Oct. 8 th 1862 Dec. 31 st 1862 – Jan. 2 nd 1863 Kentucky Tennessee Western Theater Western Theater.

By yitta
(243 views)

Warm-up for 02.07.12 Whatever happened to…

Warm-up for 02.07.12 Whatever happened to…

Warm-up for 02.07.12 Whatever happened to…. Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Confederate Vice President Alexander Stephens?. 1 guess per person above  . CSA President Jefferson Davis Under Arrest.

By fiona
(85 views)

Why are Geographers Concerned with Scale and Connectedness?

Why are Geographers Concerned with Scale and Connectedness?

Key Question:. Why are Geographers Concerned with Scale and Connectedness? . Scale. Scale is the territorial extent of something. The observations we make and the context we see vary across scales, such as: - local - regional - national - global . Scale.

By abdalla
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CHAPTER 12

CHAPTER 12

CHAPTER 12. The Civil War 1861-1865. SECTION 1. From Bull Run to Antietam. I. Describe the First Battle of Bull Run and the war preparations of the two sides. A. Civil War War between the Northern (Union) and Southern (Confederate) states between 1861-1865

By karik
(204 views)

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