Four Minutes • First Four • Date & label your work • 10/16/17 1. Make a list of the top 3 greatest musicians and/or groups in the last 50 years. Identify who/which one is the #1 greatest. • Be ready to share. End
Greatest Musicians of Last 50 Years • Who made your list? • Who is right? • Why? What are your criteria? • What would help you make a better list? • Knowing more musicians? • Knowing more facts about each? • Having a common set of criteria? • This is part of the art of making historical arguments!
Unit 2 Introduction:How do we resolve conflict? • Write down a list of ways that you/we can try to resolve various types of conflict. • Share with your table. • Discuss • Syllabus
Unit 2: The Civil War & Reconstruction Unit Question: How do we resolve conflict? Major Themes Sheet GQ#1 – Why did the Civil War last four years?
How did we get here? Causes of the Civil War?
Unit 2: The Civil War & Reconstruction Unit Question: How do we resolve conflict? Major Themes Sheet GQ#1 – Why did the Civil War last four years? Gallery Walk & Chart Article So what?
The Civil War (1861-1865) Through Maps & Charts
Railroad Lines 1860
800,000 served Conscription Act 1862 Substitutes, 20-Negro Law Military Supplies Tredegar Iron Works, Augusta Powder Works Food & Clothing Transportation Impressment Act 1863 Mobilizing for War - CSA
2 million + served Food & Supplies no problem Business organization & transportation a huge advantage! Enrollment Act 1863 Substitution Commutation - $300 Mobilizing for War - Union
Huge Money Needs Confederate property tax & Script Union Income Tax War Bonds Legal Tender Act Greenbacks, Inflation National Bank Act 1863 Size & Power of Government? Financing the War
Political Leadership in Wartime Need for Government Power Copperheads Radicals Nature of Confederacy
North South Advantages of Each Side
North South Causes of Each Side
OverviewofCivil WarStrategy: “Anaconda”Plan OverviewofCivil WarStrategy: “AnacondaPlan”
Maryland Delaware Kentucky Missouri West Virginia - 1863 Lincoln Secures the Border States Habeas Corpus Ex Parte Merryman 1861
Battle of Bull Run (1st Manassas), July, 1861 Significance?
The Battle of the Ironclads,March, 1862 The Monitor vs.the Merrimac (Virginia) Significance? For South? For Naval Power?
France & England Commerce Raiders CSS Alabama Laird Rams The Trent Affair Emancipation Civil War Diplomacy
Battle of AntietamSeptember 1862 Significance?
Is the war about slavery? “Contrabands” Confiscation Acts The Border States Compensated Emancipation? Emancipation Proclamation Slavery & The War
Emancipation in 1863 Effects???
The War in the West, 1863: Vicksburg
Ft. Sumter 1861 First Manassas (Bull Run) 1861 Antietam 1862 Emancipation Gettysburg 1863 Vicksburg 1863 Atlanta 1864 Key Civil War Battles
April 9 – Appomattox Court House April 14 End of the War - 1865
Political Change Politics, civil liberties, Power of President “A more perfect Union” States Rights? Secession? Republican Party Democratic Party Economic Change South North Taxes Social Change Women Draft End of Slavery – 13th Amendment Effects of War
What is next? • What are the big issues facing Lincoln & the US government now that the war is over? • Discuss with your group & make a “Top 3” list.