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Civil War Cards

Credit goes to MrsBonini for letting me make this stack for her class.

TermDefinition
n. 1. A war between factions or regions of the same country. 2. A state of hostility or conflict between elements within an organization. 3. The war in the United States between the Union and the Confederacy from 1861 to 1865. The Civil War
The 11 Southern states that seceded from the United States in 1860 and 1861. Confederacy
The United States of America regarded as a national unit, esp. during the Civil War. OF, relating to, or loyal to the United States of America during the Civil War. Union
What does C.S.A. stand for? Confederate States of America
What does U.S.A. stand for? United States of America
What was the turning point of the Civil War? Battle of Gettysburg
A tax placed on goods coming from another country, to make people choose locally-made items instead of foreign-made ones. Tariff
A city environment with many people and buildings. Urban
An area with few homes or people. Rural
Growing crops and raising animals. Agricultural
Making goods using natural, human, and capital resources in factory settings, with many workers. Manufacturing
Created by: ConnerK1128