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  1. AMERICAN HISTORY “ I won because I learned!”

  2. AMERICAN HISTORY The Civil War

  3. If you are looking for some other ways to review, check these out! Here is an extra test! http://www.quia.com/quiz/883642.html?AP_rand=757781751 Step by Step visuals of what happens in the war! http://www.webrangers.us/activities/civilwar/index.cfm Sherman’s March Interactive: http://www.history.com/topics/william-t-sherman/interactives/shermans-march Overall interactive with Civil War information! http://www.history.com/interactives/civil-war-150#/home All kinds of Civil War Games! http://www.quia.com/shared/search Civil War Battleship! http://www.quia.com/ba/112093.html Another Fun Extra! Who am I? http://americanhistory.si.edu/militaryhistory/resources/whoami/whoami.html

  4. 1861 1862 1863 1864-65 Mystery $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  5. 1861 - $100 • QUESTION: Why did the South secede?

  6. 1861 - $100 • QUESTION: Why did the South secede? ANSWER: • They are fighting to protect their way of life including slavery. • To have states rights since they feel they have little say in the National government. • To protect their homes and families once they realize war will be on their land.

  7. 1861 - $200 • QUESTION: Why doesn’t the Union simply let the South leave?

  8. 1861 - $200 • QUESTION: Why doesn’t the Union simply let the South leave? ANSWER: - They have to fight to preserve the Union because if you let one state leave, where will this end? You can’t let states leave if you want to be a stable country.

  9. 1861 - 300 • QUESTION: What are border states?

  10. 1861 - $300 • QUESTION: What are border states? • ANSWER: Slave states on the border of rebelling states that Lincoln is attempting to keep in the Union.

  11. 1861 - $400 • QUESTION: What was the significance (or importance) of the first battle of Bull Run?

  12. 1861 - $400 • QUESTION: What was the significance (or importance) of the first battle of Bull Run? • ANSWER: • - Both sides realize the other is very serious about fighting and it won’t be the short war they expected. - The war appears it will be long, hard, and ugly based on the losses and effort of both sides.

  13. 1861 - $500 • QUESTION: How does Lincoln force the confederacy to start the war at Ft. Sumter, but intensify it as a result?

  14. 1861 - $500 • QUESTION: How does Lincoln force the confederacy to start the war at Ft. Sumter, but intensify it as a result? • ANSWER: Lincoln makes them start the fighting by only sending in food supplies to Ft. Sumter (non –threatening). Lincoln makes VA, NC, AK and TN secede when he calls troops (75,000 for 90 days) to fight against our own people (the rebelling south).

  15. 1862 - $100 • QUESTION: The siege of this town, the CSA’s biggest manufacturing city, helped the Union strengthen their blockade of Southern supply lines.

  16. 1862 - $100 • QUESTION: The siege of this town, the CSA’s biggest manufacturing city, helped the Union strengthen their blockade of Southern supply lines. ANSWER: New Orleans

  17. 1862 - $200 • QUESTION: This attempt by George McClellan and the Union to take Richmond failed even though they had ten times the men at the time.

  18. 1862 - $200 • QUESTION: This attempt by George McClellan and the Union to take Richmond failed even though they had ten times the men at the time. • ANSWER: Peninsula Campaign

  19. 1862 - $300 • QUESTION: What battle saw the CSA lose Albert Sidney Johnston, had more casualties than all American Wars, and gave the Union control of the Tennessee River?

  20. 1862 - $300 • QUESTION: What battle saw the CSA lose Albert Sidney Johnston, had more casualties than all American Wars, and gave the Union control of the Tennessee River? • ANSWER: Shiloh

  21. 1862 - $800 • Question: What was the importance of the Monitor versus the Merrimack?

  22. 1862 - $800 • Question: What was the importance of the Monitor versus the Merrimack? • ANSWER: It started a new age of naval warfare that scared Europe because their ships were obsolete!

  23. 1862 - $500 • QUESTION: What are three reasons why the Emancipation Proclamation changed the war?

  24. 1862 - $500 • QUESTION: What are three reasons why the Emancipation Proclamation changed the war? ANSWER: 1) It stopped England from entering the war (against slavery). 2) It gave soldiers another cause to fight (freedom along with protecting democracy). 3) It encourages slaves in the CSA to run away or stop working (confederate would have to stop fighting to deal with them). 4) African Americans could now fight for the Union giving the Union thousands of new soldiers.

  25. 1863 - $100 • Question: What was the purpose of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address?

  26. 1863 - $100 • Question: What was the purpose of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address? ANSWER: To commemorate the Gettysburg Cemetery, honor those who died at the battle AND inspire the Union to fight on to win or else those who had lost their lives had done so for no reason.

  27. 1863 - $200 • Question: Where was Stonewall Jackson mortally wounded?

  28. 1863 - $200 • Question: Where was Stonewall Jackson mortally wounded? • ANSWER: Chancellorsville

  29. 1863 - $300 • QUESTION: Why did people riot or protest the draft in places like New York?

  30. 1863 - $300 • QUESTION: Why did people riot or protest the draft in places like New York? • ANSWER: Because many resented the fact that in the Union army, they would be fighting to free people that would take their jobs and that rich people could get out of the war by owning 20 + slaves in the south or paying $300 in the north.

  31. 1863 - $400 • Question: What are two details about the battle of Vicksburg?

  32. 1863 - $400 • Question: What are two details about the battle of Vicksburg? • ANSWER: - the Union blocks Rebels into the city to starve them out • The Rebels give up on the 4th of July • Ships endure bombing to pass the city • Grant marches men through swamps to get there winning battle after battle

  33. 1863 - $500 • QUESTION: Why was the siege of Vicksburg key to winning the war for both sides?

  34. 1863 - $500 • QUESTION: Why was the siege of Vicksburg key to winning the war for both sides? Answer: It allowed the Union to move troops, goods, and information up and down the Mississippi River (and not the South). The South is now split into east and west

  35. 1864-65 - $100 • QUESTION: What was the significance of the Lincoln Assassination?

  36. 1864-65 - $100 • QUESTION: What was the significance of the Lincoln Assassination? • ANSWER: It threw Reconstruction Plans into confusion and made the nation mourn the loss of a great leader.

  37. 1864-65 - $200 • QUESTION: While many personal belongings of the South were destroyed during the Union’s march through the South, what was the most important thing that was destroyed in the process?

  38. 1864-65 - $200 • QUESTION: While many personal belongings of the South were destroyed during the Union’s march through the South, what was the most important thing that was destroyed in the process? • ANSWER:Southern will to continue the war

  39. 1864-65 - $300 • QUESTION: Who was Lincoln’s opponent in the 1864 election and what helped Lincoln win?

  40. 1864-65 - $300 • QUESTION: Who was Lincoln’s opponent in the 1864 election and what helped Lincoln win? • ANSWER: - George McClellan; - Soldier votes because they want to finish what they started; Atlanta Victory because this makes people think the Union is close to winning now that they control the largest remaining CSA supply hub.

  41. 1864-65 - $400 • QUESTION: After battle at Chattanooga, this general took over all of the Union Army because “He fights”.

  42. 1864-65 - $400 • QUESTION: After battle at Chattanooga, this general took over all of the Union Army because “He fights”. • ANSWERS: Ulysses S. Grant

  43. 1864-65 - $500 • QUESTION: The process of reeking havoc on all of civilian life (destroying anything useful) is called what?

  44. 1864-65 - $500 • QUESTION: The process of reeking havoc on all of civilian life (destroying anything useful) is called what? • ANSWER: Total War

  45. Mystery Map - $100 • QUESTION: Which event is shown in the following? • The battle of Shiloh • The battle of Seven Pines • The battle of Gettysburg

  46. Mystery Map - $100 • QUESTION: • ANSWER: c) Gettysburg

  47. Mystery Map - $400 • QUESTION: Which event is shown in the following? • The battle of Shiloh • The attack at Fort Sumter • The battle of Gettysburg

  48. Mystery Map - $400 • QUESTION: • ANSWER: The Attack at Fort Sumter

  49. Mystery Map - $300 • QUESTION: Which event is shown in the following? • The battle of Gettysburg • The attack at Fort Sumter • The battle of Shiloh

  50. Mystery Map - $300 • QUESTION: • ANSWER: Shiloh