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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 : Clicker Questions “Civil War, 1861-1863” notes Today’s HW: 11.2 Unit 6 Test: Thursday, November 1.

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The Civil War

The Civil War

The Civil War. By Sharon Beeks Blank template by: Richard W. Lipham Waltrip HS. To play the game, click here!. North or South?. Famous People. Politics/ Court Cases. Slavery— to be or not to be. Important Battles. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 5 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt. 10 pt.

By marnie
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Key Battles Of The Civil War

Key Battles Of The Civil War

Key Battles Of The Civil War. Early Battles of the Civil War. First Bull Run July 21st 1861. "There stands Jackson like a stone wall!" General Bernard Bee, Fourth Alabama Brigade, of Thomas Jackson

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Battle in which Stonewall Jackson's troops attacked the union army's troops on the right side while General Lee's troops

Battle in which Stonewall Jackson's troops attacked the union army's troops on the right side while General Lee's troops

1. Battle in which Stonewall Jackson's troops attacked the union army's troops on the right side while General Lee's troops attacked the Union army's left side. 2 nd Battle of Bull Run. 2. An important federal outpost in the South. Fort Sumter. 3.

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Fort Sumter April 12, 1861

Fort Sumter April 12, 1861

Fort Sumter April 12, 1861. The Presidents. Pres. Jefferson Davis. Pres. Abraham Lincoln. Type of Battles Fought: North vs. South. North fighting largely offensive war South fighting largely defensive war.

By sheryl
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Chancellorsville

Chancellorsville

Chancellorsville. May 1-4, 1863. Objectives. Students will learn how the North reacted to their defeat at Fredericksburg. Learn the changes made by Joe Hooker. Learn how Hooker’s plan fell apart. Learn how Chancellorsville was the South’s greatest victory, and their most costliest.

By nico
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This Week’s Agenda (3/24- 3/28)

This Week’s Agenda (3/24- 3/28)

Thursday Civil War Quick Run: Blow by Blow Friday Civil War Test/Quiz. This Week’s Agenda (3/24- 3/28). Monday People of the Civil War: Politicians and Soldiers Tuesday Compare/ Contrast: Lincoln & Davis’ Inaugural Addresses Wednesday Lincoln: Liberty, Equality, Union, and Government.

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REVIEW GAME: Civil War & Reconstruction

REVIEW GAME: Civil War & Reconstruction

REVIEW GAME: Civil War & Reconstruction. In the years before the 1860 Presidential election, what was Abraham Lincoln’s position in regards to the slavery issue?. He wanted to stop the EXPANSION of slavery. What event led to the secession of South Carolina in 1860?.

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DRED SCOTT DECISION

DRED SCOTT DECISION

DRED SCOTT DECISION. Slave from Missouri traveled with his owner to Illinois & Minnesota both free states. His master died and Scott wanted to move back to Missouri---Missouri still recognized him as a slave.

By thai
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17.3 The North Wins

17.3 The North Wins

17.3 The North Wins. The Road to Gettysburg. Lincoln had to fire McClellan, Burnside, and Hooker for incompetence . Repeatedly , Lee would have fewer troops, but still win battles. The South lost Stonewall Jackson to friendly fire. The Battle of Gettysburg.

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Chapter 6: Confederate High-Water Mark

Chapter 6: Confederate High-Water Mark

Chapter 6: Confederate High-Water Mark. The American Civil War Mr. Contipodero. Near victory for the South. September 1862 South on the offensive “Never before or afterward was the Confederacy so near to victory as it was in the middle of 1862” McClellan relieved

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The Battle of Chancellorsville

The Battle of Chancellorsville

The Battle of Chancellorsville. Brian Lewis 7 th Period . http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/76/Battle_of_Chancellorsville.png. Important Info. Fought from April 30 to May 6, 1863. Battle fought in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, near the village of Chancellorsville.

By aradia
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Stonewall By: Jean Fritz

Stonewall By: Jean Fritz

Stonewall By: Jean Fritz. English 10 Bobby Bender. What is it? In this Biography, the main character is General Stonewall Jackson. It tells his life story from child too a leader in a crucial part in the civil war.

By bela
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Civil War –Act One

Civil War –Act One

Civil War –Act One. Southern Ascendancy. Northern Action. Lincoln deals with immediate problems: Sending troops into Maryland (A Slave State) to secure Baltimore. Martial Law declared, habeas corpus is suspended. As a result Missouri and Kentucky stay in the Union. The Anaconda Plan.

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The Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865

The Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865

The Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865. At the beginning of the war Lincoln quick military action to show the folly to the south of Succession. The Furnace of Civil War 1861-1865. Bull Run (First Battle at Manassas) 90 day war Victory would show the superiority of the Union.

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Civil war blunders

Civil war blunders

Civil war blunders. By: A ndrea B . , Celeste B., and Diana P. Ms. Ramont Period 6. Battle of Antietam gen. Robert e. lee.

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The Civil War April 1861-April 1865

The Civil War April 1861-April 1865

The Civil War April 1861-April 1865. " It is well that war is so terrible, or we would grow too fond of it ." -  Robert E. Lee. " Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power ." - Abraham Lincoln.

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Summary of Major Civil War Battles

Summary of Major Civil War Battles

Summary of Major Civil War Battles. Western & Eastern Campaigns. North vs. South in 1861. A Call to Action. “ an insurrection too powerful to be suppressed by the ordinary judicial proceedings 75,000 troops provided by the states for 3 months ( or 90 days ) of service

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Do Now: Based on the graph answer the following questions:

Do Now: Based on the graph answer the following questions:

Do Now: Based on the graph answer the following questions: 1.) Which side do you think had the greatest advantage at the start of the Civil War? Explain why? 2.) What difference do you think will have the greatest impact?. DO NOW:.

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The Battle of Chancellorsville May 1-6 1863

The Battle of Chancellorsville May 1-6 1863

The Battle of Chancellorsville May 1-6 1863. Northern General = Joseph “Fighting Joe” Hooker Troop Strength – 134,000 Southern General = Robert E. Lee Troop Strength – 58,900 After Fredericksburg, Lincoln fires Burnside and replaces him with Hooker

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