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Welcome! April 29, 2014

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Welcome! April 29, 2014

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  1. Welcome! April 29, 2014 • Directions: • Make sure you are wearing your Esprit de Corps • Do not have your homework on your desk • Practice your team motto at least twice (before 8am only) • Use your YELLOW packet’s glossary to fill out the following vocabulary words in your GREEN packet: • Yank • Rebel • Rank • Dixie • Recruit • Watch SNN

  2. Welcome! April 28, 2014 • Daily Routine: • Generals:  Company Atten-tion • Generals:  Company, in place, rest! • Generals:  Contingents REPORT! • Colonels do an about face and call roll for the day—Adjutants take note. • Colonel calls out:  _________ is absent, sir OR All are present and accounted for. • Generals read Orders of the Day • 1.  Daily Routine & Esprit de Corps • What Caused the Civil War? • Dispatch/ Battle Notes • 4.  Documents 3 and 4 • 5.  Destiny Dice • Generals:  ______ Dismissed • Contingents:  Union hurrahs and Rebel yells as they sit down.

  3. Why are there two names?? Antietam or Sharpsburg? Manassas or Bull Run? For many Americans, what you call a Civil War battle has nearly everything to do with where you or your Civil War-era ancestors grew up. Northern soldiers, far more likely to hail from cities or urbanized areas, are believed to have been impressed with the geography of the south, including its mountains, valleys and abundant rivers and streams. In unfamiliar territory, they named many of their battles after these natural features. For Confederate troops, familiar with the rural, natural terrain, towns and buildings were more memorable, and in the south many of the same battles were referred to after the man-made structures nearby.