Chancellorsville instructor notesChancellorsville instructor notes
Since the Cadets will have already received a class on the Principles of War in their ms II year, the pow definitions are meant as only a review, and the majority of the time in this class should be spent on the Chancellorsville case study
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American Civil War ChancellorsvilleAmerican Civil War Chancellorsville
Doughty, Robert A., Ira Gruber, et al. American Military History and the Evolution of Western Warfare. Lexington, Mass.: D. C. Heath, 1996
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Vocabulary: Battle of Bull Run – first major battle of the Civil War, fought in Virginia in 1861Vocabulary: Battle of Bull Run – first major battle of the Civil War, fought in Virginia in 1861
Despite hopes for a quick victory, both northerners and southerners soon learned that they were in for a long, difficult struggle
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Civil War Leaders The Union and the ConfederacyCivil War Leaders The Union and the Confederacy
The Union and the Confederacy had many important leaders during the Civil War. Examples include Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, Robert E. Lee
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The scotts and cunninghams see the battleThe scotts and cunninghams see the battle
Mrs. J. Paxton Bigham, Gettysburg, R. D. 2, read to the members of the Over the Tea Cups club Monday evening, an interesting paper prepared by her aunt, Mrs. George Finley Harper, formerly Miss Frances Cunningham, of Lenoir, North Carolina
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The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara Plot SummaryThe Killer Angels by Michael Shaara Plot Summary
Gettysburg. It is a groundbreaking novel that should be required reading for anyone who wants to truly understand the complex war between the states that was the American Civil War
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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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Attack on Fort SumterAttack on Fort Sumter
First armed conflict of the Civil War. The attack lasted 24 hours. Anderson was forced to surrender to Confederate troops. By firing on federal property, President Lincoln had no choice but to declare the South in open rebellion
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Gettysburg dbq hook Exercise (p. 461)Gettysburg dbq hook Exercise (p. 461)
The Confederates were on the offensive. The arrows show that the Confederates led by General Pickett were attacking from the west
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The Battle of GettysburgThe Battle of Gettysburg
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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North against south: the american civil warNorth against south: the american civil war
In a little town in Pennsylvania, three days of bloody fighting became the turning point of the Civil War
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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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Statement of christina Goldfuss, Deputy Director, Congressional and External Relations, National Park Service, department of the interior, before the senate subcommittee on national parks, committee on energy and natural resourcesStatement of christina Goldfuss, Deputy Director, Congressional and External Relations, National Park Service, department of the interior, before the senate subcommittee on national parks, committee on energy and natural resources
Nal parks, committee on energy and natural resources, concerning s. 1785, to modify the boundary of shiloh national military park located in the states of tennessee and mississippi
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Every battle and for each of the teacherEvery battle and for each of the teacher
Assigned Civil War Commanders. Every group will have different commanders to research
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Battle of Fort SumterBattle of Fort Sumter
The bombardment/siege and ultimate surrender of Fort Sumter by Brig. General P. G. T. Beauregard was the official start of the Civil War
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