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Thursday , April 19 – Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington (1 st battle of the Revolution). 1. Update your Table of Contents if you did not yesterday Date Entry Title Entry # 4/11 Civil War Causes Worksheet 52 4/12 STAAR Review 53 4/13 Civil War movie 54

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thursday april 19 anniversary of the battle of lexington 1 st battle of the revolution
Thursday, April 19 – Anniversary of the Battle of Lexington (1st battle of the Revolution)

1. Update your Table of Contents if you did not yesterday

DateEntry TitleEntry #

4/11 Civil War Causes Worksheet 52

4/12 STAAR Review 53

4/13 Civil War movie 54

4/18 Lincoln v. Davis Venn Diagram 55

2. Turn to entry #55 and title it: Lincoln v. Davis

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Did Mrs. Siek take role????

Yes – go on to next slide

No – GO TAKE ROLE NOW!!!!!

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XI. The Assassination

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qAeFjCscRY

A. April 14, 1865, 5 days after the war ended, Lincoln and his wife attended a play at Ford’s Theatre in Wash. D.C.

B. As he watched the play, John Wilkes Booth came in from behind & shot him in the back of the head. A few hours later, he was dead.

C. Booth escaped to VA where he was cornered by the Union Army in a barn. He would not surrender, and so he was shot to death

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XII. The Amendments

A. These were passed during Reconstruction:

1. 13th Amendment- abolished slavery, Dec. 18, 1865

2. 14th Amendment- granted blacks citizenship, July 28, 1868

3. 15th amendment- gave blacks the right to vote, March 30, 1870

4. Reconstruction ended when Pres. Hayes removed federal troops from the South in 1877.

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XIII. Lincoln’s Speeches

A. 1st Inaugural Address, 1861- told south he did not want to end slavery, just not to let it spread; & if a war starts, it’s the south’s fault.

B. Emancipation Proclamation, Jan. 1, 1863- freed slaves in the south only.

C. Gettysburg Address, 1863- remember those that had died & save the Union.

D. 2nd Inaugural Address, 1865- sin of slavery & how North & South were being punished for slavery.

what do i do now
What do I do now?
  • Read the biographies of both men and compare and contrast by completing a Venn Diagram
  • Pick up a Reconstruction packet and read pages 517-528 to fill in the blanks (Blue Book)