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Lincoln himself embodied the contradictions of the slaveholding republic. Lincoln hated slavery. Yet he was not an abolitionist who demanded immediate emancipation
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Class time will be structured around a variety of small-group and individual skill based lessons, short lectures, quizzes and multiple choice & essay tests
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Analyze the constraints that both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis faced as the Civil War began and describe how they dealt with them in order to prosecute the war
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Civil War. The Union army and Confederate army met on a hot summer day with General Meade leading the Union and General Lee with George Pickett leading the Confederate army
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More than four-fifths of the soldiers on both sides were volunteers. In the first two years of the war, nearly all of them were. The Confederacy passed a conscription law in April 1862, and the Union followed in March 1863
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Running Header: strategic value of the confederate ironclad virginia in the american civil war
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United States and a reunion of the northern and southern states. Over the course of the war, many slaves were freed or escaped from the south and fought for the north to end slavery
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Cold War – Define and focus on proxy wars and spheres of influence, China, invasion of S. Korea by N. Korea
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