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The Long Road to a Union Victory

The Long Road to a Union Victory

The Long Road to a Union Victory. Chapter 4 Lesson 3. Sherry Woods, Caywood Elementary School Lexington, TN. African Regiments. Not allowed to fight in the Civil War at the beginning. Formed their own regiments to fight for the Union. Congress agreed to let them enlist 186,000 enlisted

By adair
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Chapter Sixteen

Chapter Sixteen

The Civil War, 1861–1865. Chapter Sixteen. Introduction. Part One:. Chapter Focus Questions . What social and political changes were created by the unprecedented nature and scale of the Civil War? What were the major military campaigns of the war?

By winchell
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Civil War Chapter 15 and 16 Review

Civil War Chapter 15 and 16 Review

Civil War Chapter 15 and 16 Review. 2. Why were Republicans especially angered by the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision? a. Their 1856 presidential campaign was based on the fact that Congress had the power to ban slavery.

By akira
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Civil War Data

Civil War Data

Civil War Data. Name: Kong Chang Date: March 15, 2011 Period: 6. Causes Of The Civil War. In November 1860 Abraham Lincoln was elected President of the United States.

By nura
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The Vicksburg Campaign, Spring—Summer, 1863 By Larry Ray

The Vicksburg Campaign, Spring—Summer, 1863 By Larry Ray

Quill and Musket Guest Lecturer Series. The Vicksburg Campaign, Spring—Summer, 1863 By Larry Ray. The Union campaign in the spring and summer of 1863 succeeded in capturing the “Gibraltar of the West”—Vicksburg, Mississippi.

By valiant
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Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter. By: Ryan Treadway Reagan Lynn & Miranda P owell. Details. Dates: April 12, 1861 (started). April 13, 1861 at 2:30 pm (when union surrendered). Key individuals: Major R obert Anderson (Union), Brigaider General P.G.T. Beauregard (Confederate). Effects: Started the Civil War.

By dirk
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Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter. By: Ryan Treadway Reagan Lynn & Miranda Powell. Details. Dates: April 12, 1861 (started). April 13, 1861 at 2:30 pm (when union surrendered). Key individuals: Major Robert Anderson (Union), Brigaider General P.G.T. Beauregard (Confederate). Effects: Started the Civil War.

By ojal
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Middle Passage

Middle Passage

Middle Passage. Slaves Working Cotton. Sugarcane Plantations. Tobacco Plantation. Plantation Living Quarters. Life of a Slave on Southern Plantations. A Cruel Institution. Harriet Ross Tubman and the underground railroad. Harriet Tubman. Tubman, Harriet Ross (1820?-1913)

By yule
(135 views)

The Turning Point

The Turning Point

Ch11 Sec 4. The Turning Point. Vicksburg. Vicksburg, MS last CSA port on Mississippi River Gen. Grant commands union troops in on the Mississippi Unable to capture the city. Jackson. Mid-April, 1863, Grant leaves Vicksburg and heads toward Jackson Confederate race to protect Jackson

By jewell
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24.3 Those that Fought

24.3 Those that Fought

24.3 Those that Fought. Main Idea Both the Union and Confederate soldiers endured many hardships serving in the army during the Civil War. Why It Matters Now The hardships endured led to long lasting bitterness on both sides. Standards.

By jonah
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The Battle Of Vicksburg

The Battle Of Vicksburg

The Battle Of Vicksburg. By: Josh Harrington. The Leaders. Lieutenant General John C. Pemberton(August 10, 1814 – July 13, 1881) CONFEDERACY. Major General Ulysses S. Grant(April 27, 1822 – July 23, 1885) UNION. Where did it happen?.

By tanaya
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No Easy Victory

No Easy Victory

No Easy Victory. Lesson 2. “I never saw so many broken down and exhausted men in all my life. I was sick as a horse, and as wet with blood and sweat as I could be…. Our tongues were parched and cracked for water, and our faces blackened with powder and smoke.”

By mandel
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Junior High History

Junior High History

Junior High History. Chapter 15. Chapter 15 Section 1. In 1819 how many states in the Union permitted slavery, and how many did not ? Eleven did, and eleven did not . 2. Why was the admission of Missouri a problem to the Senate? The balance of free/slave states would be upset

By ardice
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1862: Antietam and Emancipation

1862: Antietam and Emancipation

1862: Antietam and Emancipation. Civil War. What are the key battles at the start of the war?. Review. What is the Union’s plan to win the war? What is the Confederate’s plan to win the war?. Battle of Bull Run. Union troops move from DC to Richmond Soon meet by Confederate

By teal
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Objective

Objective

Objective. TSW identify the significant battles and individuals of the Civil War by completing a graphic organizer. TACOS. Turn to the tools section of your journal After PEGS, glue in the two strategies for TACOS in your journal. Warm-up (Wednesday).

By derica
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The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg. Timeline of Gettysburg. Before the Battle Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 After the Battle. Before the Battle. Confederates inflict bloody defeat on Union at Fredericksburg, VA. (12/13/62) North defeated again in the Battle of Chancellorsville, VA (April 30-May 6, 1863)

By drago
(294 views)

Civil War

Civil War

Civil War. By: Sydney Parson. When did the civil war occur?. It started on April 12, 1861 Shots were fired on the fort that morning and the fort was surrender to South Carolina The attack on the fort made four other states join the confederacy . April 12, 1861. THE LEADERS OF THE UNION.

By habib
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54th Massachusetts Regiment

54th Massachusetts Regiment

54th Massachusetts Regiment. By: Chandler Bair. Who were the main people that were part of the 54th Regiment? What was the main purpose of the Massachusetts 54th Regiment? Where did the 54th Regiment take place? What was the outcome of the 54th Regiment ?. My Questions.

By eunice
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Unit 7: The Civil War

Unit 7: The Civil War

Unit 7: The Civil War . 1. General Robert E. Lee decided to lead the Confederate Army even though he was against slavery and secession because he... did not agree with President Lincoln’s plan of keeping the Union together and protecting slavery.

By deepak
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Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipation Proclamation. Republicans were divided on the issue of slavery Strong Abolitionist versus those Republicans like Lincoln Lincoln was an abolitionist but did not want to endanger the loyalty of slave-holding border states that had chosen to remain in the Union.

By clem
(217 views)

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