Chapter 10 The Civil WarChapter 10 The Civil War
Wilmer McLean was about to sit down to lunch with a group of Confederate officers on July 18, 1861, when a cannonball ripped through his roof. It landed in the stewpot, scattering stew all over the kitchen
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Us history to 1877 Civil War FlashcardsUs history to 1877 Civil War Flashcards
The North and South disagreed over many things, but the biggest issue dividing the nation and leading to the Civil War was
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Bombardment of fort sumterBombardment of fort sumter
Galloway and another injured crewman were sent to the hospital in Charleston where Galloway died. The other crewman successfully recovered and was sent North later without exchange. The bombardment of Fort Sumter was the first military action of the American
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Mr. Silva us history pMr. Silva us history p
Buford was looking for. When Reynolds men move into position a lucky shot gets Reynolds and he dies. The attack continues without the Commander and Buford moves out to scout out the other hills and make sure they won’t be flanked by the
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Review for The Killer Angels test be sure you can answer the followingReview for The Killer Angels test be sure you can answer the following
Which Confederate general fails in his assignment of monitoring the movements of the Union army?
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Notes on African-American History Since 1900Notes on African-American History Since 1900
Georgia in 1739, but the largest and most notable slave plots or insurrections were the Gabrial Prosser Conspiracy in Virginia in 1800, the slave revolt in Louisiana in 1811
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The 1800\The 1800's were a tumultuous time for the United States of America. At that time the south was typically slave and the northerners were traditionally for freedom
Then in December 1819 three northern counties of Massachusetts broke away and asked to be admitted to enter the Union as a free state(Maine). This made the Missouri Compromise possible
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Guided Reading Questions for Franklin’s Chapter 10 Civil WarGuided Reading Questions for Franklin’s Chapter 10 Civil War
Why was Lincoln unable to profess in 1861 that the Government’s objective in fighting the War was to eliminate slavery?
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Great Civil War Battle West PlainsGreat Civil War Battle West Plains
The first cannister exploded too soon, spraying the front of the building with shrapnel. The second cannister entered the front of the building
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Whereas, The city of Brownsville is celebrating the sesquicentennial of its founding in 1848, and the Texas House of Representatives is especially proud to recognize the legendary city on this august occasionWhereas, The city of Brownsville is celebrating the sesquicentennial of its founding in 1848, and the Texas House of Representatives is especially proud to recognize the legendary city on this august occasion
Whereas, Intricately woven into the history of the Lone Star State, Brownsville is Texas' southernmost city and the Rio Grande Valley's largest city
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