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Girding for War: The North and the South 1861-1865 Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865

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  1. Girding for War: The North and the South 1861-1865 Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865 Chapters 20 and 21

  2. Please make the following edits to your notes: • Page 3- VII Antietam, #4 September of 1862 (not 1863) • Page 5- XI The War in the West, E. April 6-7, 1862- Grant was attacked and defeated the Confederates at Shiloh, TN Page 7- Grant vs. Lee, Grant’s losses 1:10 vs. Lee’s 1:5 (your notes have these statistics reversed

  3. Fort Sumter 1861

  4. Secession

  5. Secession

  6. C.S.S. Alabama

  7. Confederate Laird Ram

  8. Civil War 1861-1862

  9. Civil War 1861-1862

  10. Confederate General “Stonewall” Jackson

  11. First Battle of Bull Run 1861 Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson Irvin McDowell First Bull Run July 1861

  12. Army of the Potomac Peninsula Campaign 1862

  13. General Robert E. LeeArmy of Northern Virginia

  14. Civil War 1861-1862

  15. Peninsula Campaign 1862 George B. McClellan Peninsula Campaign Mar.-Jun. 1862 Robert E. Lee

  16. Merrimack v. Monitor March 8, 1862

  17. George B. McClellan Peninsula Campaign Mar.-J un. 1862 A. E. Burnside Fredericksburg Dec. 1862 Union Generals Irvin McDowell First Bull Run July 1861 John Pope Second Bull Run Aug.1862 Joseph Hooker Chancellorsville May 1863 George B. McClellan Restored to command Antietam Sept. 1862

  18. Civil War 1861-1862

  19. Antietam 1862 George B. McClellan Restored to command Antietam Sept. 1862 Robert E. Lee

  20. Antietam Battlefield 1862

  21. Memorial Lights Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Maryland Every Christmas, arranged in neat rows across a rolling landscape, more than 23,000 luminaries—one for each casualty of the Civil War battle fought here in 1862—offer a stunning and fitting tribute to the sacrifice made there.

  22. Emancipation Proclamation 1863

  23. Blacks in the War • Participated in 500 engagements • Received 22 Medals of Honor • 38,000 died “Drummer Jackson” in the 79th U.S. Colored Troops

  24. Gettysburg 1863 A. E. Burnside Loss at Fredericksburg Robert E. Lee Joseph Hooker Loss at Chancellorsville

  25. Gettysburg 1863Meade vs. Pickett General George Meade George Pickett

  26. Gettysburg Address November 1863

  27. War in the WestMississippi River and Tennessee 1862-1863 Ulysses S. Grant

  28. GettysburgVicksburg 1863

  29. General William Tecumseh Sherman

  30. Sherman's March to the Sea 1864 The West proved a decisive theater at the end of the war. From Chattanooga, Union forces drove in to Georgia, capturing Atlanta. Then General Sherman embarked on his march of destruction through Georgia to the coast and then northward through the Carolinas.

  31. Grant vs. Lee

  32. Grant’s Campaign Against Lee1864-1865

  33. Appomattox Court House 1865

  34. Father Abraham

  35. Ford’s TheaterApril 14, 1865

  36. Main Thrusts 1861-1865

  37. Mathew BradyPhotos

  38. The Peace Makers March 1865 By George Peter Alexander Healy