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Build up to the Civil War American History Ch 1Build up to the Civil War American History Ch 1
Any state added north of the 36°30’ would be free, any state added south would be a slave state
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Tough decisions for eight statesTough decisions for eight states
Virginia: Decided to seceded but the north-western section of the state wanted to remain loyal. Part of the state seceded from the state as the state seceded from the Union. This section became a new northern state, West Virginia
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Civil war test multiple choiceCivil war test multiple choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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American Civil War, 1862-1864: The Tide Begins to Turn 1860s Military Technology…American Civil War, 1862-1864: The Tide Begins to Turn 1860s Military Technology…
The Minie Ball bullet, a new form of ammunition developed by the French, was used in rifled muskets. This allowed the bullets to travel a greater distance with more accuracy. The rifle also allowed soldiers to reload quicker than with
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Social Studies siop lesson Plan Teacher: Stuart Bayne Site: Townsend Middle School Time RequiredSocial Studies siop lesson Plan Teacher: Stuart Bayne Site: Townsend Middle School Time Required
The student will express orally his or her own thinking and ideas
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Ancillae-Assumpta Academy Social StudiesAncillae-Assumpta Academy Social Studies
The following are suggested answers to the questions in your Interactive Student Notebook for Chapter 21. Supplement these answers with the notes you took yourself in class
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Click 4 How many troops did the Confederates have? Union? Who led the Union Army? Click 6Click 4 How many troops did the Confederates have? Union? Who led the Union Army? Click 6
Union troops in areas referred to as the Peach Orchard, Wheatfield, Valley of Death and Devils Den with a staggering amount of. The Confederate advance of the right flank had initially succeeded but was stopped by heroic efforts of Union forces in an area
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The Gettysburg CampaignThe Gettysburg Campaign
Confederacy’s Army of Northern Virginia, commanded by General Robert Edward Lee. Casualties at Gettysburg totaled 23,049 for the Union
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Shiloh, Battle ofShiloh, Battle of
Corinth, Mississippi. Thus, Grant regained all the ground he had lost, and the two-day battle ended without a conclusive victory for either side. Casualties numbered more than 10,000 in each army
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The Battle of Bull RunThe Battle of Bull Run
United States as it flew above Fort Sumter in the harbor of Charlestown, South Carolina. The bloodiest and most tragic war ever fought by American soldiers had begun
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Civil War in the ChurchCivil War in the Church
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Virginia Standards of Learning Workbook Virginia and United States History Virginia Standards of Learning Workbook Virginia and United States History 
Demonstrate knowledge of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era and its importance as a major turning point in American history by evaluating the multiple causes of the Civil War and the role of the institution of slavery as a principal cause of
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Battle of antietamBattle of antietam
After a string of Union defeats, this tactical victory provided Abraham Lincoln the political cover he needed to issue his Emancipation Proclamation
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Unit 07 – The Civil WarUnit 07 – The Civil War
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