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USHistory_ch_11

Civil war vocab

TermDefinition
Fort Sumter an Important union fort on an Island In charelston Harbor
Anaconda Plan Plan to Surround The confederates and cut of all their supplies
Antietam A sluggish creek that held a battle
Emancipation Proclamation A bill That Freed Slaves
Habeas Corpus A court order that requires authorities to bring a person held in jail before the court to determine why he or she is being jailed
Copperhead Northern Democrats who advocated peace with the south
Conscription A draft that would force certain members of the population to serve in the army
Bounty Cash Payments
Income Tax A tax that takes a specified percentage of the income that an individual earns
Andersonville A confederate POW camp
Gettysburg Address A Speech that said America is a single nation by Lincoln
William Tecumseh SHerman Commander of the Military Division of the Mississipi
Appomattox A court House, Lee and Grant went to Arrange a Confederate Surrender
Union The North's Army
Confederates/Rebels Southern Army
Created by: Walri29