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GA in Civil War

Georgia in the Civil War

TermDefinition
Anaconda Plan Union strategy- plan to blockade Southern ports and capture Mississippi River
Andersonville infamous prisoner-of-war camp in Macon County
Atlanta Campaign series of battles fought in Western Theater throughout NW GA and the objective was Atlanta
Battle of Atlanta 1 day battle allowed Union forces to inch closer to the city of Atlanta; Union victory
Battle of Chickamauga largest battle fought in Georgia-Confederate victory
Battle of Ezra Church Union victory during Sherman's Atlanta campaign
Battle of Peachtree Creek Union victory during Sherman's Atlanta campaign
blockade runners private Southern ships that attempted to "break" Union blockade & trade cotton w/Europe for manufactured goods
Confederacy South
emanicpate to set free from slavery or from other bondage
ironclads warships covered in steel and iron used in Civil War
Anaconda Plan Union strategy- plan to blockade Southern ports and capture Mississippi River
March to Sea Union military campaign with Savannah being ultimate objective
Robert E. Lee Confederate Genreal
Andersonville infamous prisoner-of-war camp in Macon County
Atlanta Campaign series of battles fought in Western Theater throughout NW GA and the objective was Atlanta
Battle of Atlanta 1 day battle allowed Union forces to inch closer to the city of Atlanta; Union victory
Battle of Chickamauga largest battle fought in Georgia-Confederate victory
Battle of Ezra Church Union victory during Sherman's Atlanta campaign
blockade runners private Southern ships that attempted to "break" Union blockade & trade cotton w/Europe for manufactured goods
Confederacy South
emanicpate to set free from slavery or from other bondage
ironclads warships covered in steel and iron used in Civil War
March to Sea Union military campaign with Savannah being ultimate objective
Robert E. Lee Confederate Genreal
"Scorched Earth Policy" all assets that are used or can be used by the enemy are targeted
Union North
William T. Sherman Union General
Created by: Bense8