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  1. Civil War

  2. Q1: Evaluate the reason for Fort Sumner being the first battle of the Civil War. • Lincoln’s Inauguration • Attitudes towards slavery • Resupplying Fort Sumter • Attack on Fort Sumter • Davis and his dilemma to attack or not? • April 12 and 13 Bombing of Fort Sumter • U.S. Army Major Robert Anderson hold fort • No one is killed in action

  3. Q2: Identify the advantages each army had in the Civil War. • The Civil War Begins • Economic advantages • Populations • Industrial Capacity • Money • Union Treasury • Legal Tender Act • Confederate Money • Military Advantages • Traditions of South vs. North • Political Situation • Keeping in Union Together • Conscription • Habeas corpus • Confederacy • New Constitution • European situation • Modern War • Attrition • Annihilation

  4. Q3: Summarize the early stages of the Civil War, analyzing the Eastern and Western campaigns. • Early Stages • Bull Run • Stonewall Jackson • Naval War • Mississippi River • David G. Farragut • New Orleans • War in the West • Ulysses S. Grant • Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers • Shiloh-April 6, 1862 • War in East • Robert E. Lee • Seven Days Battle • 2nd Battle of Bull Run • Antietam-September 17, 1862

  5. Q4: Describe Lincoln’s reasons for delivering the Emancipation Proclamation, assessing its affect on the Civil War. • Emancipation Proclamation • September 2, 1862 • Gave till January 1, 1863 • Life During Civil War • Clara Barton and Red Cross

  6. Q5: Analyze how the Republican Party drove Reconstruction efforts during this time • Reconstruction Begins • Lincoln and Radical Republicans • Lincoln’s Plan • Amnesty • 10% of voters take oath new governments can be formed • Confederate government officials and military officers could not take oath • Radical Republicans Thaddeus Stevens and Charles Sumner • Wanted to prevent Confederates from returning to power • Strong Republican Party in South • Finally they wanted the federal government to help African Americans achieve political equality by guaranteeing their right to vote in South • Wade-Davis Bill • Majority had to take oath • Constitutional Convention attendee’s and Ironclad Oath • Abolition of slavery • Accept debt of Confederacy • Deprive military officers from voting or holding office • Freedmen’s Bureau • March 1865-Bureau of Refugees, Freemen and Abandoned • Johnson Takes Office • Offered to pardon all former citizens of the Confederacy who took oath and returned any property • Required Southern state to ratify the 13th Amendment abolishing slavery • Congress Angered • Black codes and Election of Former Confederates

  7. Q6: Discuss the efforts made during the Congressional Reconstruction Period • Congressional Reconstruction • 14th Amendment • Civil Rights Act of 1866 vs. 14th Amendment • Military Reconstruction Act 1867. • Divided Confederacy into 5 military districts • Johnson’s Impeachment • Command of the Army Act • Tenure of Office Act

  8. Q7: Discuss the end of Reconstruction • Reconstruction and Republican Rule • Rebuilding the Union • Nearly all Confederate states rejoin by 1870 • Carpetbaggers vs. scalawags • African American’s New Start • Freedmen’s Bureau help • Republican Politics and Reforms • Southern Resistance • Ku Klux Klan • Troubled Grant Administration • First Term vs. Second Term • Panic of 1873 • Reconstruction Ends • Compromise of 1877 • New South Arises • Industry develops