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Civil War

Civil War

Civil War. Railroads are attacked!. Tennessee is divided into 3 regions. WEST. MIDDLE. EAST. During the Civil War Railroads were destroyed in East Tennessee. Tennessee is located between the border state of Kentucky and the Confederate states of.

By albert
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The Battle of Vicksburg

The Battle of Vicksburg

The Battle of Vicksburg. By: Kathryn Palmes and Shand Thomas. Vicksburg, Mississippi. The battle began on the night of May 25, 1863. Vicksburg lasted 47 days The battle ended on July 4,1863. Vicksburg during the Civil war. Casualties .

By ostinmannual
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African Americans in the Civil War

African Americans in the Civil War

African Americans in the Civil War. Key Topic 3- Civil War and Reconstruction 1861-77. African Americans in the American Civil War. Starter- watch the video and make a list of the key points Extension-how far was progress made?. https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8-GzX4Jz_w.

By lucky
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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. Chapter 21 Pgs. 290 - 309. 21.1 Introduction. The states that separated from the Union were renamed the Confederate States of America North –Union Army South- Confederate Army. 21.2 Preparing for the War. Abraham Lincoln- president of the United States

By eve
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Essential Question :

Essential Question :

Essential Question : What were the major events of the early years of the Civil War from 1861 to 1863? CPUSH Agenda for Unit 6.2 : “Civil War, 1861-1863” notes. When Lincoln was elected in 1860, 7 Southern states seceded from the Union and formed the Confederate States of America.

By minna
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First Battle of Manassas

First Battle of Manassas

First Battle of Manassas . By: Bradley . First Battle of Manassas . The Battle of Manassas was fought in July 21, 1861. The location was at Fairfax and Prince William County, Virginia. First battle of Manassas . On July 21, 1861, the Union soldiers

By fionan
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Women’s Suffragist Movement

Women’s Suffragist Movement

Women’s Suffragist Movement. 1840-1890. Important Leaders. Susan B. Anthony Elizabeth Cady Stanton Paulina Wright Davis Clara Barton Dorothea Dix Sally Tompkins Amelia Jenks Bloomer . Susan B. Anthony. She was a founder or cofounder of: Daughters of Temperance

By lakeisha
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The Major Battles of the Civil War Part II

The Major Battles of the Civil War Part II

The Major Battles of the Civil War Part II. MOI. Learning Objectives. Comprehend and compare the battles at Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness Campaign Know and understand the significance of said battles and how they affected the outcome of the war

By jana
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The American Civil War

The American Civil War

The American Civil War. The Election of 1860 For the North, Abraham Lincoln (Rep.) For the South, John C. Breckenridge (S Dem.) For the South, John Bell (Const.Union) For the South, Stephen Douglass (N Dem.)

By ivria
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The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg

The Battle of Gettysburg. Unit 11, Journal #3. Describe in 3-4 sentences what you think life was like as a soldier during the Civil War. Then, describe what you think life was like for those left at home throughout the war in another 3-4 sentences. You may use your carousel notes.

By content
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The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865

The American Civil War 1861-1865. SS8H6: The student will analyze the impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Georgia.

By paley
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The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril

The Union in Peril. Slavery divides the nation. North and South enter a long and destructive civil war that ends slavery. African Americans briefly enjoy full civil rights, but new laws discriminate against them. NEXT. The Divisive Politics of Slavery. SECTION 1. SECTION 2.

By aislin
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1863: Shifting Tides

1863: Shifting Tides

1863: Shifting Tides. Shifting Tides. At the top of your Timeline and Map W orksheet is a chart listing the battles including their location and date. Activity Place the events on the timeline in chronological order . 1861. 1863.

By demont
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The Other F ront of the American Civil War: Anglo-American Relations

The Other F ront of the American Civil War: Anglo-American Relations

The war within the mother country was brewing due to the tensions between the Aristocratic, the majority, and the radical accompanied by their attempts to persuade a nation. So, with all of this persuasion how close did they come? . .

By avalon
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Who They Were: Southern Women Spies Of the American Civil War

Who They Were: Southern Women Spies Of the American Civil War

Who They Were: Southern Women Spies Of the American Civil War. Home. About. Northern Spies. Southern Spies . More Information. How they Spied. Site Map. About the Site. Antonia Ford.

By reuben
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MYTHBUSTERS: HOW THE UNION REALLY WON THE CIVIL WAR

MYTHBUSTERS: HOW THE UNION REALLY WON THE CIVIL WAR

MYTHBUSTERS: HOW THE UNION REALLY WON THE CIVIL WAR. By Block. THE MYTH. The Union Army won the Civil War because they out-fought and out-smarted the Confederate Army. Most people believe this because…. THE TRUTH. CONCLUSION.

By serge
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The Early Years

The Early Years

The Early Years . Deaf Heritage and Education. Before 1816. No schools for the Deaf People tried to start schools but they all closed . 1817. Connecticut Asylum for the Education and Instruction of Deaf and Dumb Persons opened Serviced deaf students from all over the country

By anja
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Historical Background for Reading To Kill a Mockingbird

Historical Background for Reading To Kill a Mockingbird

Historical Background for Reading To Kill a Mockingbird. English II Unit 3 2012.2013. Civil War Ends. Union (the North) Victory in 1865 gave 4 million slaves freedom. Reconstruction Period 1865 - 1877. A time for rebuilding after the Civil War 13 th Amendment – freed slaves

By argus
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The End of the Civil War, 1864 - 1865

The End of the Civil War, 1864 - 1865

The End of the Civil War, 1864 - 1865. Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee in the Battle for Virginia, from the Wilderness to Appomattox. Union General Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate General Robert E. Lee. William Tecumseh Sherman .

By alize
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All we need to know about the Civil War for this class…

All we need to know about the Civil War for this class…

All we need to know about the Civil War for this class…. . North = Industry & Immigrants. South= Agriculture based on slavery. Political & Social Catalyst. According to the decision slaves are property! No one can be denied life, liberty or PROPERTY.

By danno
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