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US History

US History

US History. EOC Review. Civil War / Reconstruction. Sectional Issues. Civil War and Reconstruction. Civil War / Reconstruction. Anaconda Plan Northern plan to blockade Southern ports, seize the Mississippi, divide the Confederacy and capture Richmond. Civil War and Reconstruction.

By sibley
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The Start of the Civil War

The Start of the Civil War

The Start of the Civil War. Secession!: SC  Dec. 20, 1860. Fort Sumter: April 12, 1861. Confederate officials began seizing federal-mint branches, arsenals, and military posts. Fort Sumter was a Federal outpost in Charleston, SC. . Fort Sumter: April 12, 1861.

By maddox
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Chapter 17 : The Civil War American Nation Textbook pages 484-514

Chapter 17 : The Civil War American Nation Textbook pages 484-514

Chapter 17 : The Civil War American Nation Textbook pages 484-514. A Powerpoint by Mr. Zindman. Part 1: The Conflict Takes Shape.

By nanji
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Civil War/Reconstruction. Q 6. Q 11. Q 16. Q 21. Q 1. Q 2. Q 7. Q 12. Q 17. Q 22. Q 8. Q 13. Q 18. Q 3. Q 23. Q 9. Q 4. Q 14. Q 19. Q 24. Q 5. Q 10. Q 15. Q 20. Q 25. Final Jeopardy. Question 1. This man was the general of the Union army that defeated Lee.

By sana
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The Industrial Revolution and Warfare

The Industrial Revolution and Warfare

The Industrial Revolution and Warfare. Firearms Revolvers have five shots or more Rifles can shoot farther and accurately. The Industrial Revolution and Warfare. Cannons Howitzers lob large shells over obstacles Rifled cannons fire great distances and are accurate . Defensive positions.

By bowie
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Vocabulary PowerPoint

Vocabulary PowerPoint

Vocabulary PowerPoint. Unit 4 Lesson 2: The Civil War. Antietam. September 17, 1862 Civil War battle near Sharpsburg, Maryland B loodiest one-day battle of the American Civil War Union Victory. Emancipation Proclamation. Document issued by Abraham Lincoln

By gefjun
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The War Begins

The War Begins

The War Begins. Two federal forts in South (one was Fort Sumter, SC). Lincoln sent supplies to Ft. Sumter - seen as act of war by South. After 1 day of bombing fort surrendered. Both sides called for/ received tens of thousands of volunteers . The Path to War.

By kiley
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The Civil War Begins - 1861

The Civil War Begins - 1861

The Civil War Begins - 1861 . Fort Sumter, South Carolina . When the South seceded, many union forts/custom houses remained on Confederate soil Many were evacuated Some were held Fort Sumter, S.C. Fort Sumter controlled entrance to Charleston harbor

By cedric
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Set D

Set D

Set D. U.S. History Review. 1.

By nedra
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Presentation by Tara Green “ALABAMA: The History, Geography, Economics, and Civics of an American State”

Presentation by Tara Green “ALABAMA: The History, Geography, Economics, and Civics of an American State”

Presentation by Tara Green “ALABAMA: The History, Geography, Economics, and Civics of an American State”. Alabama at War : Conflict between the North and South Chapter 5 Lesson 1. About the time Alabama became a state (1819), the differences between the northern and southern states increased.

By peggy
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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. 1861-1865. Secession of the South. A. Reasons for secession 1. Emotional--the North wants to establish black rule in the South. Their goal is not equality, but the reversal of roles for the races.

By wind
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Union Advantage

Union Advantage

Objective: To examine the advantages, disadvantages, and strategies of both the Union and the Confederacy. Do Now: Use the information below to write a well written paragraph answering the following questions.

By louis
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Civil War Compromises and Battles

Civil War Compromises and Battles

Civil War Compromises and Battles. Missouri Compromise (1820). Missouri slave state Maine free state Hint: “ M & M Compromise”. Compromise of 1850. California free state Southwest decide slavery issue themselves (“ Popular Sovereignty ”) Hint: “ CC Compromise”.

By ghita
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Coal market of the Black and Azov seas

Coal market of the Black and Azov seas

Coal market of the Black and Azov seas. “Black Sea Freight Market & Ports 2008” June 5 -6, Odessa, Hotel “Odessa”. Elena Ulyanova Analyst of coal and metallurgical markets. World seaborne coal trade. Coal prices reached historically highest level. Average prices of coking coal. Reasons

By micah
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The Civil War 1861-1865

The Civil War 1861-1865

The Civil War 1861-1865. Resource Advantages. Union Advantages. Confederate Advantages. Population Industry supported manufacturing Larger railroad network Strong leader in Lincoln Well-organized navy Set up a blockade. Fighting for their survival : slavery

By mingan
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Lincoln-Douglas Debates

Lincoln-Douglas Debates

Lincoln-Douglas Debates. Senate race of 1858 between Dem. Douglas and Rep. Lincoln Lincoln challenges Douglas to 7 open-air debates Douglas believes in popular sovereignty and Lincoln believes slavery is immoral Douglas hoped that slavery would pass cease on its own. The Debate.

By petershelton
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