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Appalachian History

Appalachian History

Appalachian History. Terry Sams 4 th Grade Teacher Piedmont Elementary Dandridge, Tennessee 2003-2004. Objectives. Tennessee 4 th Grade Content Standard: 1.0

By LeeJohn
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The Lincoln Assassination: Conspiracy & Conflict

The Lincoln Assassination: Conspiracy & Conflict

April 14, 1865. The Lincoln Assassination: Conspiracy & Conflict.

By leonora
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Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession

Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession

Chapter 15: The Civil War Begins Section 1 – Texas Secession. The secession of Southern states cause the North and the South to take up arms. Texas becomes one of the early states to secede from the Union and join the Confederacy. Which side had the advantage in the Civil War?.

By kailey
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Non-Military Events of Civil War

Non-Military Events of Civil War

Non-Military Events of Civil War. Political. Creation of black military units Segregated units with white officers in the army. The navy had integrated units. Economic.

By dillon
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The American West

The American West

The American West. Westward Expansion. Tejas U.S.-Mexico War Gold Rush Conclusions. Reasons Plains Indians Trails Mormons. Why go West?. Population growth Land Inheritance Slavery “Democracy” . Manifest Destiny. Divine sanction “Superiority” Race Christianity Civilization

By ellis
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Using GIS Analysis to Stop the Wilderness Wal-Mart

Using GIS Analysis to Stop the Wilderness Wal-Mart

Using GIS Analysis to Stop the Wilderness Wal-Mart. GIS 200 May 11, 2009. Executive Summary. Wal-Mart is planning to build a 141,000 square foot store in Orange, Virginia The proposed store will be on land near the Wilderness, a historic Civil War battlefield

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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. 8.2.9 analyze in economic terns why slavery flourished in the South as opposed to the North. 8.5.6 classify the characteristics of major historical events into causes and effects 8.4.7 recognize the impact major court decisions have had on American life

By lilka
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The Civil War

The Civil War

1861-1865. The Civil War. Great Emancipator or White Supremacist?.

By italia
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The Civil War

The Civil War

1861-1865. The Civil War. Great Emancipator or White Supremacist?.

By yuri
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C ivil W ar Computer C ompetency

C ivil W ar Computer C ompetency

Cheyenne McDonald. C ivil W ar Computer C ompetency . When did the Civil War occur?. The Civil war began on April 12,1861 1.April 12,1861 at Fort Sumter, South Carolina. 2.Battle of Bull run- July 21,1861 3.Battle of Gettysburg- July 1,1863

By johnna
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The turning points in the civil war

The turning points in the civil war

The turning points in the civil war. Vicksburg, Gettysburg, and a Surge for the Union. Vicksburg, Mississippi.

By phong
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The Dawning of Inevitability

The Dawning of Inevitability

The Dawning of Inevitability . By Emma, Jessie, Ben, and Gabri. The Election of 1864, Sherman’s March, Lincoln’s Second Inaugural, and the Surrender at Appomattox. Lincoln’s belief.

By mira
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Overview

Overview

Overview. April 15, 1865. Andrew Johnson takes over as President after assassination of President Lincoln. The 17 th President, Andrew Johnson , becomes the the FIRST U.S. President to be impeached in 1868. .

By saber
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The Major Battles of the Civil War

The Major Battles of the Civil War

The Major Battles of the Civil War. VS. Battle of Fort Sumter. Fort Sumter - April 12 1861. Located near Charleston, South Carolina Confederate leaders tell Union troops to leave the fort. Confederate troops bombard Fort Sumter for 36 hours before it was surrendered.

By kellsie
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Chapter 18

Chapter 18

Chapter 18. The Winter of Northern Discontent. Recap: What’s Happening. McClellan has been removed from command by President Lincoln Gen. Don Carlos Buell has also been removed from command in the West

By clara
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5 th Six Weeks Test Review Answers

5 th Six Weeks Test Review Answers

5 th Six Weeks Test Review Answers. Chapters 15-18. CHAPTER 15. Frederick Douglass. An escaped slave who later purchased his own freedom Abolitionist, spoke out against slavery. Edited the North Star - an abolitionist newspaper

By afra
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By: Brayden, taylor , cadence, AND LINDSEY

By: Brayden, taylor , cadence, AND LINDSEY

ABC BOOK OF SLAVERY AND EMANCIPATION. By: Brayden, taylor , cadence, AND LINDSEY. SLAVERY. A is For . A BOLITIONISTS - Americans who wanted to end slavery. B is for. The B attle of B ull Run - The first major battle of the Civil War on July 21,1861. C is for.

By samson
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Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln. Full Name: Abraham Lincoln (didn’t have a middle name) He was a moderate Republican He was the 16 th President of the US and served from 1861-1865. Occupational and Educational Background. Had a total of one year of formal education Gained most of his knowledge from reading

By rumer
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The War Ends

The War Ends

The War Ends. What happened after Gettysburg?. The day following the Union’s Gettysburg victory, General Ulysses S. Grant captured Vicksburg, Mississippi. This was the Confederate’s last port on the Miss. River, so losing this was a big deal. How did N.C. citizens react?.

By varick
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The Struggle Begins

The Struggle Begins

The Struggle Begins. Chapter 16, Section 2. Strategies for Victory. Fighting during the Civil war took place in three major areas, the East, the West and at Sea. Union Plans. Planned to blockade southern ports

By neva
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