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STAAR Chp.16-17

Civil War chpt. 16-17

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What were the significance of the dates 1861-1865? It was when the Civil War took place.
Which battle was the beginning of the Civil War? Fort Sumter
Why it the battle of Vicksburg significant? South lost major stronghold on the river.
Gettysburg is known as the Turning Point of the Civil War. Why? Thier hopes were crushed for winning the war.
Why is Appomattox important? Confederacy surrenered to the Union.
What was the Emancipation Proclamtion? Freed all slaves in the south, but not the North or border states.
What was the state of Southern economy after Civil War? South lost farmers, railroads, livestock, and slaves; it was hard to start up the crops again.
How, when, where and by whom was Lincoln assassinated At Fords Theater In Washington D.C; he was shot by john Wilkes Booth on Apirl 14, 1865
Created by: hannahandsabrina