History-1700 Fall Semester 2013History-1700 Fall Semester 2013
The one-time war hero chose a path of betrayal after becoming disillusioned with the cause”
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Unit 9: reform and cultureUnit 9: reform and culture
In addition, this unit addresses the reform movements of the mid-1800s, including public education, temperance, prison reform, care of the disabled and women’s rights
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The War BeginsThe War Begins
S. Grant would be left out of the fight. His letters to the War Department went unanswered and when he tried to see General George McClellan in Cincinnati he was not even given a chance to talk to the general
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Early Years of the War” Focus Question: How did each side in the war try to gain an advantage over the otherEarly Years of the War” Focus Question: How did each side in the war try to gain an advantage over the other
After the defeat at Bull Run, northerners realized a long and difficult struggle was ahead
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Battle of Fort Sumter Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. The bombardment/siege and ultimate surrender of Fort Sumter by Brig. General P. G. T. Beauregard was the official start of the Civil War. Battle of PhilippiBattle of Fort Sumter Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. The bombardment/siege and ultimate surrender of Fort Sumter by Brig. General P. G. T. Beauregard was the official start of the Civil War. Battle of Philippi
Civil war battles! This long term project consists of three parts: a research paper written in English class, a tri-fold presentation board to be displayed at the Civil War Fair in April
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Following Sherman’s March in Blue and Grey (1864-1865)Following Sherman’s March in Blue and Grey (1864-1865)
April of 1865. The accounts of Sherman's March in each state are told from Union soldiers’ perspectives and Confederate citizens’ and soldiers’ perspectives
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The battle of Cedar Creek was by far the most momentous episode of my whole military careerThe battle of Cedar Creek was by far the most momentous episode of my whole military career
The battle of Cedar Creek was by far the most momentous episode of my whole military career.”1
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The turning point of the civil warThe turning point of the civil war
South. President Lincoln was very upset with the leadership of the Union Army and once again replaced the commander of the Army of the Potomac at the end of June
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The Battle of GettysburgThe Battle of Gettysburg
Potomac in pursuit, but was relieved of command just three days before the battle. Hooker's successor, Maj. Gen. George Gordon Meade moved northward, keeping his army between Lee and Washington, D. C
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Between the years of 1861 and 1865 the United States was divided as a nation, into the confederate forces of the United States, and the Union of the United StatesBetween the years of 1861 and 1865 the United States was divided as a nation, into the confederate forces of the United States, and the Union of the United States
While successful in scope, the actions of the U. S. Navy and Union Naval forces during the Civil War were very rough on the nation as a whole
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First Battle of Bull RunFirst Battle of Bull Run
Union right flank, sending the Federals into a chaotic retreat towards Washington. The Confederate victory gave the South a surge of confidence and shocked many in the North
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Harriet Tubman Chapter Maps Chapter 1Harriet Tubman Chapter Maps Chapter 1
Harriet at 8 years old is working for the master. She gets into trouble and hides out with the pigs. Her dad gets her and brings her home
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Harriet Tubman was a fugitive slave and conductor on the Underground Railroad whoHarriet Tubman was a fugitive slave and conductor on the Underground Railroad who
Led more than 300 other slaves to freedom. Her successful efforts earned her the nickname
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