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Chapter 14 Vocab

Border States The slave states that did not secede, along with the western counties
Blockade the use of naval forces to stop shipping
Raiders The Confederate Navy used swift, lightly armed ships
Ironclads , armored vessels, and even a submarine to sink the Union’s wooden ships and open the ports
Conscription draft
Blockade Runners fast ships that were supposed to be able to outrun the naval ships, to bring in goods and supplies.
Hunley left the dock in Charleston with a crew of eight.
Casualties those killed or wounded,
Emancipation Proclamation. The proclamation stated that after January 1, 1863, “all persons held as slaves within any States . . . in rebellion against the United States shall be . . . forever free.”
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