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  1. ABC BOOK OF SLAVERY AND EMANCIPATION By: Brayden, taylor, cadence, AND LINDSEY SLAVERY

  2. A is For ABOLITIONISTS-Americans who wanted to end slavery

  3. B is for The Battleof BullRun-The first major battle of the Civil War on July 21,1861

  4. C is for Civil war-is a war among people who live in the same country

  5. DIS FORDraft-is a selection of men who must serve in the military

  6. E IS FOR Emancipation Proclamation- is a document that stated on January 1,1863, all enslaved people in the confederacy were not emancipated or freed

  7. F IS FOR FREDERICK DOUGLASS-WAS BORN INTO SALAVERY,SPOKE AGAINST SLAVERY,AND ESCAPED FROM SLAVERY

  8. G IS FOR GETTYSBURG ADDRESS-IS KNOWN AS ONE OF THE GREATEST SPEECHES IN AMERICAN HISTORY

  9. H IS FOR HARRIET TUBMAN-WAS A UNION SPY,CONDUCTOR,AND NURSE

  10. I IS FOR Industry- IS ALL THE BUSINESSES THAT MAKES ONE KIND OF PRODUCT OR PROVIDE ONE KIND OF SERVICE

  11. J IS FOR Jim Crow Laws-Laws that made segregation legal in the South

  12. Kis for KU KLUX KLAN-DISGUISED IN WHITE ROBES AND HOODS, THEY TERRORIZED AFRICAN AMERICANS,DRIVING THEM FROM THEIR HOMES, AND DESTROYING THEIR PROPERTY

  13. L is for Abrahamlincoln-He was the 16th president. john Wilkes Booth had shot the president. The next morning, April 15,1865 ,Lincoln died. Abraham lincoln’s assassination shocked the nation.

  14. Mis for MISSOURI compromise-UNDER THIS PLAN, MISSOURI WAS ADMITTED AS A SLAVE STATE

  15. N IS FOR NURSE-SOME WOMEN TOOK DANGEROUS JOBS AS SPIES OR NURSES NEAR THE FRONT LINES

  16. O IS FOR Occupations-This subject is used whenever reference is made to free people of color, including apprentices, who are engaged in a specific occupation or business. Also includes references to free people of color who own or run a business.

  17. P IS FOR ANACONDA PLAN-THIS PLAN WOULD MAKE IT DIFFICULT FOR THE SOUTH TO GET THE SUPPLIES THEY NEEDED TO FIGHT IN THE WAR

  18. Q IS FOR Quadroom-A person born of one White and one Mulatto parent. There are multiple spellings of this word, among which quartroon and quatroon, both of which are a derivative of the French equivalent quarteron (for a male) of quarteronne (for a female)

  19. Ris for Rose Greenhow-Served as a confederate spy. She also traveled to europe to gain financial support.

  20. S IS FOR Harriet Beecher Stowe-Wrote Uncle Tom’s Cabin her novel described a cruel slaveholder’s treatment of enslaved people

  21. Tis for Tariffs-a special tax on goods coming into the united states

  22. U is for Ulysses S. Grant-defeated Confederate forces at Vicksburg on the Mississippi River.

  23. V is for The Fall Of Vicksburg-General Ulysses S. Grant achieved this goal in July 1863, when Union troops took control of Vicksburg, Mississippi it also split the confederacy in two

  24. W is for Total WAR- each side strikes against the economic system and civilians of the othereconomic

  25. X is for Xanthorrhiza-a medicine used in the civil war

  26. Y is for Yankee A Northerner; someone loyal to the Federal government of the United States. Also, Union, Federal, or Northern

  27. Zouave: (pronounced zoo-ahv or zwahv) A zouave regiment was characterized by its soldiers' bright, colorful uniforms which usually included baggy trousers, a vest, and a fez in different combinations of red, white, and blue. American zouave units were found in both Union and Confederate armies. They were modeled after French African troops who were known for their bravery and marksmanship. ZIS FOR