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Civil War True/FalseCivil War True/False
In the early months of the war, the two sides wore uniforms that were difficult to distinguish, and men on the same side were often mistaken for the enemy
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Key Concept 1 Britain’s victory over France in the imperial struggle for North America led to new conflicts among the British government, the North American colonists, and American Indians, culminating in the creation of a new nationKey Concept 1 Britain’s victory over France in the imperial struggle for North America led to new conflicts among the British government, the North American colonists, and American Indians, culminating in the creation of a new nation
Britain’s victory over France in the imperial struggle for North America led to new conflicts among the British government, the North American colonists, and American Indians, culminating in the creation of a new nation, the United States
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Nash, Study Guide 13 The Union SeveredNash, Study Guide 13 The Union Severed
Ft. Sumter and the sectional responses: In response to Fort Sumter both North and South witnessed a tremendous outpouring of support
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Civil War Strategy in the North The Anaconda PlanCivil War Strategy in the North The Anaconda Plan
The plan will take time, but it will defeat the South with the least amount of bloodshed.”
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General Article: The Impeachment of Andrew JohnsonGeneral Article: The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
February 24, 1868, something extraordinary happened in the U. S. Congress. For the first time in history, the United States House of Representatives impeached a sitting president, Democrat Andrew Johnson
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Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1Chapter 12 Road to Civil War Lesson 1
Before the American Revolution, Americans grappled with the issue of slavery, agreeing to a compromise to let the states decide whether to allow slavery
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Document AnalysisDocument Analysis
How did the Black Codes define the relationship between white and black societies?
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A nation Divided – Part OneA nation Divided – Part One
A civil war is fought between members of the same nation. The two sides often have different views on the future of the country. This is what happened in the United States in 1860. America was divided into the North and South
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1. What issue brought you to the reform movement? Why?1. What issue brought you to the reform movement? Why?
The Liberator helped me to begin to publish fictional sketches. Soon with much encouragement of the public, I began my two volume work that was published in 1852. Within a week of its release in the U
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Sectional Division, Civil War, and ReconstructionSectional Division, Civil War, and Reconstruction
Irish, potato blight and famine 1848, Celtic, Catholic, ne urban area, Democratic Party politics, police work
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Expansion and Internal ConflictExpansion and Internal Conflict
Mississippi River claimed and settled and the Louisiana Purchase explored, Americans headed west in droves. Newspaper editor John O'Sullivan coined the term "manifest destiny" in 1845 to describe the essence of this mindset
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What Caused Secession? Questions from the dbq document packet Document 1What Caused Secession? Questions from the dbq document packet Document 1
Over what issue did the Southern Democratic and the Northern Republican parties seem totally at odds?
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Essential questionsEssential questions
What were the lasting impacts of the actions of Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee and Frederick Douglass?
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Name: HistoryName: History
After Abraham Lincoln was elected president in the 1860 election, angry delegates in voted to secede from the United States on December 20, 1860
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Ap us history Unit 5 War and Reconstruction Review Guide For the terms, famous people are italicized and key parts are underlinedAp us history Unit 5 War and Reconstruction Review Guide For the terms, famous people are italicized and key parts are underlined
Lincoln (from the Republican Party) ran in this election. Lincoln won with a majority of electoral votes but not a majority of the popular vote. Southerners saw Lincoln’s election as a sign that their cause was hopeless, and a few weeks
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