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Chapter 17 Vocab KL

Banned slavery in the Confederacy. Emancipation Proclamation
One of the first African American regiments in the North. 54th Massachusetts Regiment
Northern Democrats that wanted peace with the South. Copperhead
The draft. conscription
cash payments bounties
A tax on earnings. income tax
The new green currency in the North. greenbacks
A women who helped the cause of the war. Clara Barton
A battle in Pennsylvania that the Union won. Battle of Gettysburg
A charge of 13,000 confederates that cost the South the Battle of Gettysburg. Pickett's Charge
The leader of all Union forces. Ulysses S. Grant
The leader of the confederacy's forces. He won many important battles. Robert E. Lee
The battle that gave the Union to the Mississippi and New Orleans. Siege of Vicksburg
The Union general that destroyed a lot of the South. William Tecumseh Sherman
The place where the Confederacy surrendered. Appomattox Court House
The amendment that banned slavery in the U.S. Thirteenth Amendment
The person who assassinated Lincoln. John Wilkes Booth
Created by: l0302590