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Fort Sumter, South Carolina

Fort Sumter, South Carolina

Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Since South Carolina had seceded from the United States, it didn’t want Northern soldiers on its land at Fort Sumter Southern General Bueragard tried to get the northern general Anderson to peacefully surrender Fort Sumter.

By mae
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Civil War Review

Civil War Review

Civil War Review. What happened when the Southern states seceded?. They broke their ties to the United States forming their own country, called the Confederate States of America. Who was president of the Confederacy?. Jefferson Davis. What was the Confederacy?.

By cutter
(70 views)

The Civil War in North Carolina

The Civil War in North Carolina

The Civil War in North Carolina. The Tarheel State Under Siege. First Battle. The first battle of the Civil War occurred at Manassas, Virginia. Union forces invaded the south attempting to capture Richmond, Virginia the Confederate States’ capital.

By magar
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Roles and Responsibilities of Municipal Clerks

Roles and Responsibilities of Municipal Clerks

Roles and Responsibilities of Municipal Clerks. Virginia Municipa l Clerks’ Association 36 th Annual Institute & Academy October 9, 2013. A little bit of history (thanks to Wikipedia).

By aman
(158 views)

The End

The End

The End. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House. Grant did not allow celebration because the southern soldiers were once again U.S. citizens. Reconstruction (1865-1877). Freedmen’s Bureau (1865).

By laird
(166 views)

The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War . Part II: The Course. Slavery……. One of the top reasons why our Southern states decided to secede from the Union http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEyt5B3r-pk. Oak Alley Plantation. -Built in the 1830s Was home to over 100 slaves . Slave Cabin-tin sided building.

By lumina
(63 views)

Civil War Computer Competency

Civil War Computer Competency

Civil War Computer Competency. By: Tyranny Gallimore. Civil War dates. The civil war occurred from 1861-1865 More specifically April 12, 1861 through A pril 9, 1865. States involved in the civil war. Union. Confederate. Texas Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi Tennessee Alabama

By yetty
(142 views)

The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War . Part II: The Course. Oak Alley Plantation. -Built in the 1830s Was home to over 100 slaves . Slave Cabin-tin sided building. Slave quarters. Plantation Slaves-Georgia. Cotton Field-Tennessee. Slave family-Savannah, Georgia. Slave punishment. How the War Began.

By rafiki
(108 views)

Battles of the American Civil War

Battles of the American Civil War

Battles of the American Civil War. Brought to you by your Supreme Overlord. “War is cruelty. There is no use trying to reform it. The crueler it is, the sooner it will be over.”. “Do your Duty in all things. You can not do more, you should never wish to do less.”.

By johnda
(92 views)

Civil War Battles and Virginia Generals

Civil War Battles and Virginia Generals

Civil War Battles and Virginia Generals. By Miss Oberlander. Fort Sumter The Civil War began in April 1861 when Confederate forces fired shots at the Union fort—Fort Sumter in South Carolina. Confederates won. . Robert E. Lee. Virginian

By bly
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The Civil War P a rt II

The Civil War P a rt II

The Civil War P a rt II. 1861 - 1865. 1863 New York Draft Riots. Move to TOTAL WAR. The organization of entire societies for war; the dedication of government, economic, industrial, scientific, technological, media, human and spiritual resources to the prosecution of war. “War Is Hell”.

By shasta
(63 views)

American Civil War

American Civil War

American Civil War. Fort Sumter.

By rodney
(55 views)

Warm Up Question

Warm Up Question

May 16, 2011. Warm Up Question. Read pg 530 and answer the question, Why was the Civil War sometimes called a poor man’s fight? Answer in 4 sentences. Tear off a piece of paper put your name on it and the role you would like to play in the Trial of William Tecumseh Sherman.

By noe
(138 views)

The Civil war

The Civil war

The Civil war . 1861-1865. THE CAUSES OF THE CIVIL WAR. 1. Write down 5 causes of the civil war. Page 154 in textbook 2. Turn to a partner and compare lists. Compile a list on 5 causes of the war. . Sectionalism . States vs. Federal rights . Slavery – slave states vs. nonslave states.

By arlo
(94 views)

Civil War

Civil War

http://www.pbchistoryonline.org/middle-school-lessons/015-Civil%20War/civil_war002-Olustee.jpg. Civil War. April 12, 1861- April 9, 1865 Jordan Mackney. Union. California Connecticut Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Maine Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Nevada New Hampshire.

By fola
(137 views)

The War is On!

The War is On!

The War is On!. Bull Run to Appomattox . Interesting Facts. In 1980, Bhutan was the only country in the world with no telephones. China has only about 200 family names. There are twice as many kangaroos in Australia as there are people.

By yamin
(70 views)

Battle Date Strategy Union Gen Conf. General Outcome/Significance

Battle Date Strategy Union Gen Conf. General Outcome/Significance

Battle Date Strategy Union Gen Conf. General Outcome/Significance. First Bull Run (Virginia) Shiloh (Tennessee) Ironclads Virginia vs Monitor Seven Days (Virginia) Second Bull Run (Virginia) Antietam (Maryland) Fredericksburg (Virginia) C hancellorsville (Virginia).

By shawna
(111 views)

Civil War Unit Test Review

Civil War Unit Test Review

Civil War Unit Test Review. How Long Did The Civil War Last?. 1861-1865. Slavery in the United states was abolished by what?. The 13 th Amendment. Who assassinated President Lincoln?. John Wilkes Booth. What battle ended in a Union victory on July 4, 1863?. Vicksburg.

By kenley
(123 views)

King Cotton & the Spread of Slavery

King Cotton & the Spread of Slavery

King Cotton & the Spread of Slavery. Unit 6 lesson 1. Vocab. Slave state- state in which slavery was allowed Free state- state in which slavery was not allowed Missouri Compromise- plan to keep the balance of slave and free states Tariff- special tax.

By drake
(243 views)

AP 1 st Semester Exam Review

AP 1 st Semester Exam Review

AP 1 st Semester Exam Review. Questions, Questions, and Questions. Legislative Branch : Makes laws, Congress Executive Branch : Enforces laws, President Judicial Branch : Interprets laws, Supreme Court. Court Cases. Marbury v. Madison —established judicial review

By truman
(119 views)

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