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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Objective: Assess how the Battle of Antietam led to the North winning the warObjective: Assess how the Battle of Antietam led to the North winning the war
Introduction to New Material: The Anaconda Plan Begins to Squeeze the Confederacy
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Civil War Unit Interactive Notes Table of ContentsCivil War Unit Interactive Notes Table of Contents
Illustrations: Whites, Enslaved African Americans, Free African Americans, and American Indians during the Civil War
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Civil War and Reconstruciton I. Differences between north & south, & between va and w. Va?Civil War and Reconstruciton I. Differences between north & south, & between va and w. Va?
Question: What are the key geographic differences between North and South, and between Virginia and West Virginia? What role did these differences have in the eventual splits that arose between them?
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Civil War Study Guide 2014Civil War Study Guide 2014
They each played a role in fighting for the freedom of enslaved African Americans
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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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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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Confederate StrategyConfederate Strategy
Confederate leadership failed to recognize and adopt the optimal strategy. This paper will attempt to identify the origins and developments of the northern invasion, and illustrate why, given the circumstances
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Video Study Guide “Lee and Grant”Video Study Guide “Lee and Grant”
Grant is sent to different post in the Mid-West and on the East coast, but resigns after he is stationed in California
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King Leopold’s Ghost by Adam Hochschild MonkeyNotes by PinkMonkey comKing Leopold’s Ghost by Adam Hochschild MonkeyNotes by PinkMonkey com
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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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