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PALS Civil War

Northern war strategy that closed ports to keep the South from importing and exporting goods naval blockade
declared freedom for all slaves in states of rebellion against the USA. Emancipation Proclamation
signed the Emancipation Proclamation President Abraham Lincoln
Which Civil War battle fought near Sharpsburg, Maryland was the bloodiest single day in American history? Antietam
leader of the Confederate Army and surrendered to the Union at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865? General Robert E. Lee
Union general that led the March to the Sea General William T. Sherman
Confederate war prison where thousands died from dehydration, starvation, and disease. Andersonville
three day battle considered the "turning point" of the war? Gettysburg
battle that occurred in northwest Georgia near Chattanooga, Tennessee over control of a railroad. Chickamauga
series of battles for control over Atlanta led by Gen. William T. Sherman. Atlanta Campaign
Sherman used "total warfare" to break the Confederacy's will to fight and ultimately shortened the war. March to the Sea
Sherman's March to the Sea began at which city? Atlanta
Sherman's March to the Sea ended at which city? Savannah
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