Advantages during the Civil War (228-229) Confederacy advantages

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1. Union advantages during the Civil War (228-229)

2. Confederacy advantages during the Civil War (229)

3. Confederate’s strategy for winning the war (230)

4. Union’s (two part) Anaconda Plan (230)

5. List the four border states and tell how Lincoln wanted to get them to stay in the Union (230)

6. First Battle of Bull Run: the players and the outcome (232)

7. Why was the Battle of Shiloh so controversial (232)

8. How did Farragut’s capture of New Orleans fit in as part of the Anaconda Plan (232)

9. The Monitor and the Virginia: what they were and how they effected the war and shipbuilding (233)

10. Why does a stalemate occur on the eastern war front and why does Lincoln have trouble finding a military leader he likes (234)

11. Contraband: why it became an issue during the war (235-236)

12. Why does Lincoln stall before passing the Emancipation Proclamation (236)

13. Battle of Antietam: who won and why (236)
14. Two reasons Battle of Antietam was unique from other battles up to this point in the war (236)

15. Terms of the Emancipation Proclamation and white reaction to it (236-237)

16. Specific examples of African American heroism during the war (238)

17. Examples of African American’s reaction to the Emancipation Proclamation (239)

18. Two ways the Union (and the Confederacy) financed the war (241-242)

19. Greenbacks: what were they; when do they begin; why were they significant (242)

20. Conscription: what is it and what was reaction to it (242-243)

21. Examples of suspension of civil liberties during the war (243)

22. Describe several of the economic hardships the Confederacy had to face during the war (244)

23. What were major political weaknesses of the Confederacy remaining unified during the war (244)

24. Two main killers of people during the civil war (other than fighting) and an example (245)

25. Ways women served the war effort (246)

26. Clara Barton: how she served during the war and the famous organization that she spearheaded (246)

27. Why are Vicksburg and Port Hudson so important for the Union to capture (248)

28. Different ways Grant tried to take Vicksburg and why they failed (248-249)

29. Describe the two-pronged approach Grant finally used to take Vicksburg (249)

30. Why was Lee’s victory at Chancellorsville so costly to him (250-251)

31. Gettysburg: how was it similar to Antietam and how did it get started (251)

32. Colonel Joshua Chamberlain’s contribution to the Union effort at Gettysburg (251)

33. Pickett’s Charge (252)

34. Reasons for Lincoln issuing the Gettysburg address (252-253)

35. Why Grant’s victories at Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor caused outrage in the North (254)

36. Total War (254)

37. Sherman’s “March to the Sea” (254-255)

38. Winner and impact of the Election of 1864 (255)

39. Why Grant takes Petersburg in order to secure Richmond (258)

40. Thirteenth Amendment (51, 259)

41. Lincoln’s and Grant’s attitude towards southerners and the South, in general, at war’s end (259)

42. The when, why, and how of Lincoln’s assassination (259-260)

43. List the specific ways the North’s economy was affected by the war (261)

44. List the specific ways the South’s economy was affected by the war (261-263)

45. Effects and changes in the gov’t brought about by the Civil War (263)

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