The Civil War us history I 9-12The Civil War us history I 9-12
American society as whole, and millions of previously enslaved African-Americans were freed. Students will study those and other outcomes in depth in order to better understand the United States today
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Established goalsEstablished goals
Usi. 37 On a map of North America, identify Union and Confederate States at the outbreak of the war
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Established goalsEstablished goals
Usi. 37 On a map of North America, identify Union and Confederate States at the outbreak of the war
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National Museum of Civil War Medicine Dispensary StoreNational Museum of Civil War Medicine Dispensary Store
War Medicine Dispensary Store catalog. This catalog is a comprehensive list of the items normally for sale at the Frederick, Maryland location. Item prices are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change without notice
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Document-based questionDocument-based question
As you analyze the documents, take into account the source of each document and any point of view that may be presented in the document. You will be using these documents and answers and your knowledge of the Civil War to write an essay pertaining to
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1. Introduction to the cd1. Introduction to the cd
Period songs are an excellent teaching aid. They are a primary source providing a bridge to understanding the people and culture of the time. This music provides a direct, narrative
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Objective: North vs. South: 2 column notesObjective: North vs. South: 2 column notes
In the North, cities were centers of wealth and manufacturing. There were many skilled workers
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Chapter 11-The Civil War (1861-1865)Chapter 11-The Civil War (1861-1865)
South is angered that Lincoln won the election in 1860 and it was perceived that he would abolish slavery
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Chapter 11 Vocabulary Section 1 Definitions GreenbackChapter 11 Vocabulary Section 1 Definitions Greenback
Greenback a piece of U. S. paper money first issued by the North during the Civil War
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Chapter 5 Study Guide: South Carolina History: The Civil War Lesson 1Chapter 5 Study Guide: South Carolina History: The Civil War Lesson 1
Explain what logic secessionists used to label the abolition of slavery as unconstitutional
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Apush unit 5 Test Multiple ChoiceApush unit 5 Test Multiple Choice
Lincoln had called for seventy-five thousand militia troops to form a voluntary Union army
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Week 3: Going the Distance!Week 3: Going the Distance!
The following list is divided by grade level and includes Braille, Large Print, and Digital Books. Many of the books for older readers cross grade levels
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Theme: Famous People of the North and South Clara BartonTheme: Famous People of the North and South Clara Barton
Barton returned to Washington, D. C. and, when the Civil War broke out, she was one of the first volunteers to appear at the Washington Infirmary to care for wounded soldiers
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George B. McClellan Major General December 3, 1826 – October 29, 1885George B. McClellan Major General December 3, 1826 – October 29, 1885
Union Army of the Potomac. Nicknamed "Young Napoleon," "Little Mac" was immensely popular with the men who served under his command
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The Battle of Fort SumterThe Battle of Fort Sumter
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