North and the South. In total the NorthNorth and the South. In total the North
In total the North makes 1/2 billion minié balls to use in their 2 million muskets supplied to their men
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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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The Civil War was a terrible, bloody war fought mainly over the issue of slavery. It divided the nation and resulted in the death of more Americans than all other wars combinedThe Civil War was a terrible, bloody war fought mainly over the issue of slavery. It divided the nation and resulted in the death of more Americans than all other wars combined
It divided the nation and resulted in the death of more Americans than all other wars combined. The Union, with advantages such as greater organization and prosperity, eventually won, but not before 620
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Chapter 20 Study Guide A. P. U. S. History EasthamChapter 20 Study Guide A. P. U. S. History Eastham
Describe President Lincoln's decision on what to do about the situation at Fort Sumter in the first weeks of his administration
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Lesson Plan: Impact of Lincoln’s presidential election, the secession crisis, and outbreak of Civil War on enslaved African Americans Understanding GoalLesson Plan: Impact of Lincoln’s presidential election, the secession crisis, and outbreak of Civil War on enslaved African Americans Understanding Goal
Can Americans had no rights, and they faced uncertainty with Lincoln’s election and white Virginians' preparing for war. Some enslaved African Americans saw their roles change; some anticipated freedom as a result of Lincoln’s presidential
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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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Document: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, October 14, 1864Document: Edward Bates to Abraham Lincoln, October 14, 1864
I have the honor to report to you, in regard to a letter, referred to me from your Department on the 28th of September last. The letter is addressed to you officially, dated New Orleans, July 30, 1864, and signed W. W. Handli
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Florence Nightingale, statistics and the Crimean War Professor Emerita Lynn McDonaldFlorence Nightingale, statistics and the Crimean War Professor Emerita Lynn McDonald
French statistical reports comparing British and French Army deaths are reported. The contention in the secondary literature that Nightingale was responsible for the high death rates in the war hospitals is rebutted
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The Call to Arms Taking Sides in the WarThe Call to Arms Taking Sides in the War
Essential Question: How did people, places and things affect the outcome of the Civil War?
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The Impact of the Union Navy in the Civil War Kannan RaghunathanThe Impact of the Union Navy in the Civil War Kannan Raghunathan
Union’s navy played in securing victory. Through combat effectiveness, naval innovation, and its influence on the U. S stature in international relations, the Union Navy would rise to the occasion
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English settlers from Barbados brought with them the knowledge of the plantation system which was dependent on slave labor. They also brought their slavesEnglish settlers from Barbados brought with them the knowledge of the plantation system which was dependent on slave labor. They also brought their slaves
Africans were brought to Barbados and then to Charleston, but eventually, the slaves were brought directly to Charleston. Slaves were valuable to the wealthy low country planters because they knew how to grow rice which became central to the plantation economy
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The Emancipation Proclamation January 1, 1863The Emancipation Proclamation January 1, 1863
Whereas, on the twenty-second day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, a proclamation was issued by the President of the United States, containing, among other things, the following, to wit
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Emancipation proclamationEmancipation proclamation
Directions: Read the information below to answer the questions using complete sentences and textual support
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Did the Emancipation Proclamation End Slavery in the United States?Did the Emancipation Proclamation End Slavery in the United States?
Lincoln couldn't make slave owners living in the Confederate states of America obey the Emancipation Proclamation. The Emancipation Proclamation didn't include slaves in the border states and in some southern areas under the North's
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The Emancipation ProclamationThe Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln had to exercise his rights as “Commander in chief” to carry out an executive order under the Constitution. At the time, Lincoln was also concerned that the four border states
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