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The Civil War Scrapbook of. Name. Antebellum Period. Paragraph here …. The word antebellum comes from two Latin words – ante, meaning before, and bellum, meaning war.

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    Antebellum Period

    Paragraph here …

    • The word antebellum comes from two Latin words – ante, meaning before, and bellum, meaning war.
    • The Antebellum Period in the United States were the years before, and leading up to, the Civil War – the early 1800s, in general.
    • Choose one of the articles at http://curriculumconnections.ccsnc.wikispaces.net/Antebellum+Periodand write a one-paragraph summary below, describing what some aspects of North Carolina life were like in the years before the Civil War.

    Source: http://www.learnnc.org/lp/editions/antebellum-architecture

    Visit the photo link, copy one photo above, and write a caption here.

    slide3

    State of the Union, 1860

    Balance of Power in the Senate:

    • As new states were brought into the union during the 1800s, the interests of the South were in danger of being outvoted in Washington, D.C.
    • Look at the map. Edit the subtitle above to show how many Slave states and how many Free States were part of the United States in the year 1860.

    Write a caption here mentioning the first state to secede, and what date the event occurred.

    Source: http://go.grolier.com/map?id=mh00120&pid=go

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    Find a photo related to the Civil War in America, 1861-1865.
    • Place it at right.
    • Write a short caption in this text box explaining the photo’s connection to the Civil War in America.
    • Copy source link below.
    • Find a photo related to the Civil War in America, 1861-1865.
    • Place it at left.
    • Write a short caption in this text box explaining the photo’s connection to the Civil War in America.
    • Copy source link below.

    Source:

    Source:

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    Find a photo related to the Civil War in America, 1861-1865.
    • Place it at right.
    • Write a short caption in this text box explaining the photo’s connection to the Civil War in America.
    • Copy source link below.
    • Find a photo related to the Civil War in America, 1861-1865.
    • Place it at left.
    • Write a short caption in this text box explaining the photo’s connection to the Civil War in America.
    • Copy source link below.

    Source:

    Source:

    slide6
    Read the article at the link below. Write one sentence here telling what this machine is, who invented it, and in what year.

    Source: http://www.eliwhitney.org/museum/eli-whitney/cotton-gin

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    “… invention would change society for the worse.”

    • Find a quote from the article below that supports the statement that this invention “changed society for the worse.” Paste the quote here in quotation marks.

    Source: http://www.eliwhitney.org/museum/eli-whitney/cotton-gin

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    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/slavery_thumbnails.html

    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/leaders_thumbnails.html

    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/soldiering_thumbnails.html

    Look at artifacts from the Civil War period in the categories linked above

    Choose an item from 3 more collections, and provide information as stated.

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    Artifacts

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    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/homer_thumbnails.html

    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/life_thumbnails.html

    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/lincoln_thumbnails.html

    OR

    http://www.civilwar.si.edu/brady_thumbnails.html

    Look at artifacts from the Civil War period in the categories linked above

    Choose an item from 3 more collections, and provide information as stated.

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    The artifact above is …

    Describe your own observations in detail here.

    This item was significant during the Civil War because …

    Artifacts

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    Timeline of Major Events

    1861

    Major Events of 1861 listed here (abridged form).

    1862

    Major Events of 1861 listed here (abridged form).

    1863

    Major Events of 1861 listed here (abridged form).

    1864

    Major Events of 1861 listed here (abridged form).

    1865

    Major Events of 1861 listed here (abridged form).

    • Source: http://www.civilwar.si.edu/timeline.html
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    Turning Points Page 1

    Title

    Brief Overview

    (2 sentences or fewer to summarize – include as much information as possible using “rich” wording)

    “Newspaper-Style” Account of the Event

    (2-4 sentences - describe major highlights and including at least one quote) Use only information from the sources provided.

    Outcomes and Results

    (2 sentences – name the winning side, and mention at least one change in strategy, overall victory, or career as a result of the events of this particular battle

    Choose to take a closer look at one of the selected turning points available at

    http://curriculumconnections.ccsnc.wikispaces.net/Turning+Points

    Read the article and the related map resources to get a better understanding of one of the battles.

    For the battle you choose:

    First give a brief overview of the event

    (2 sentences or fewer).

    Then use information from each source to compile a “newspaper-style” account of the event,

    (2-4 sentences)

    including major highlights and at least one quote from an eyewitness or leader connected to the battle. Indicate the source of each quote as part of your writing (example: “according to John Doe, eyewitness to the event, ‘…’” or “according to General Sherman, ‘...’”)

    Finally, mention at least one result of the event,

    (2 sentences)

    (could include changes in strategy for a certain side, changes in the overall war, or changes in a certain person’s career, etc.). (More on next page.)

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    Turning Points Page 2

    Place

    Describe the location of the battlefield, fort, city, or other place .

    Be sure to include the year when important events took place at this location, and describe which leaders or other individuals were involved.

    Describe the overall significance of the place to some aspect of the Civil War.

    Include above a map of your chosen place, with source here.

    Take a closer look at a place that has an important connection to the Civil War.

    For this page, choose from the list of selected places from the previous page.

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    “There is more involved in this contest than is realized by every one.”

    – Abraham Lincoln

    • Observations and Proof about Civil War Groups
    • Several categories of individuals impacted life during the Civil War. Read at least 2 articles from selected sources about one of these groups.
    • Note any important roles or accomplishments of individuals in the group, and give proof from one or both articles for your statement.

    Group Name Here in the Civil War

    Roles or Contributions

    Evidence from Text

    Article 1:

    Article 2:

    Contributions

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    “There is more involved in this contest than is realized by every one.”

    – Abraham Lincoln

    • Observations and Proof about Civil War Leaders
    • Several individuals played significant roles in the Civil War.
    • Read at least 2 articles from selected sources about one of these leaders.
    • Note any important roles or accomplishments of the individual, and give proof from one or both articles for your statement.

    Leader Name Here

    Roles or Contributions

    Evidence from Text

    Article 1:

    Article 2:

    Contributions

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    Photo Source:

    Read the article Snapshot in Time: How to Study a Photo at http://www.ncmuseumofhistory.org/collateral/articles/S09.a.snapshot.in.time.pdf

    WHY?

    WHO?

    WHAT?

    WHERE?

    WHEN?

    • Use this space to analyze a photo from selected sources. Include Who, What, When, Where, and Why from your own observations and from any information connected to the photo (caption, etc.)
    close to home north carolina connections
    Close to Home:

    North Carolina Connections

    Use resources at http://curriculumconnections.ccsnc.wikispaces.net/+North+Carolina+Perspectives

    to find items related to North Carolina’s role in the Civil War.

    Add images or text boxes above for at least 3 items that interest you from these sources.

    Copy source link(s) below each item.

    slide17

    A Soldier’s Own Words …

    In paragraph form,

    briefly describe

    the soldier who wrote the letter,

    when it was written,

    to whom,

    and some of the topics mentioned.

    Include your own ideas, feelings, questions, or opinions after reading the letter(s).

    • Read a letter or group of letters from a North Carolina soldier during the Civil War years at http://cinch.nclive.org/timemap/civil_war/
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    Abstract of Article Here

    Include in paragraph form:

    Title of article and main topic

    At least 2 highlights supporting the main topic

    Information about where the article appeared

    Choose an article related to the Civil War in North Carolina from http://curriculumconnections.ccsnc.wikispaces.net/+North+Carolina+Perspectives

    and write an abstract of the article. In the abstract, state the main topic, at least 2 “highlights” supporting the main topic, and include information about where the article appeared (magazine, other source, etc).

    • NC ISSUES

    Add a photo above related to this issue with caption here.

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    What do you think about when you think of the Civil War?

    Do you have an ancestor who fought?

    How do you think the war affected those who fought in it?

    How might it have impacted men, women, and children beyond the battlefield?

    Does your family have any connections to a freedmen’s colony?

    Look around your community. Is there a Civil War site—the grave of a soldier, a house that stood in the 1860s, or the scene of a battle, wartime industry, or other activity—near your school or home?

    Did your county erect a monument to soldiers? Have you heard local legends or ghost stories about the war?

    In what other ways might we remember what happened 150 years ago?

    Read the article The Civil War, Memory, and Lieutenant Mangum

    and answer the questions from the article. You can use the additional pages following for answers as needed.

    Some of the questions require additional research. Add your sources to a text box on this page.

    • North Carolina Connections, 1
    • The Civil War, Memory, & Lieutenant Mangum

    Add a photo above related to North Carolina and the Civil War with caption and source here.

    slide20

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    • North Carolina Connections, 2
    • The Civil War, Memory, & Lieutenant Mangum

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    slide21

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    • North Carolina Connections, 3
    • The Civil War, Memory, & Lieutenant Mangum

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    Copy a question from the previous page and enter answers in sentence form below.

    slide22

    Write an essay describing a North Carolina place that was important during the Civil War.

    Include the county and highway location of the place

    and

    how the location, building, or business relates to the Civil War in North Carolina.

    Choose a historical marker related to the Civil War in North Carolina from http://curriculumconnections.ccsnc.wikispaces.net/+North+Carolina+Perspectives

    and write a short essay about the featured place.

    In the essay, give the county and highway location of the marker, and describe how the location, building or business relates to the Civil War in North Carolina.

    • NC PLACES

    Add a photo of the historical marker with caption here.