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Civil War

Review the Civil War Era

TermDefinition
Slavery, states' rights, and _________________ were the 3 causes of the Civil War sectionalism
The section of the country that focused on factories, mills, and new transportation North
The section of the country that focused on agriculture and slave labor South
plantations large farms in the South that depended on slave labor
This was King in the South cotton
President for the North (Union) Abraham Lincoln
President for the South (Confederacy) Jefferson Davis
General for the North (Union) Ulysses S. Grant
General for the South (Confederacy) Robert E. Lee
Southern general who got his nickname at the Battle of Bull Run Stonewall Jackson
start of the Civil War Battle at Fort Sumter
bloodiest 1-day battle of the Civil War Battle of Antietam
turning point of the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg
bloodiest overall battle of the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg
when the North took control of the Mississippi River Battle of Vicksburg
winning side in the Civil War North (Union)
losing side in the Civil War South (Confederacy)
where General Lee surrendered to General Grant Appomattox, Virginia
what Lincoln signed that set the slaves free in the rebel states Emancipation Proclamation
first African American to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor William Carney
a man from Chile that won the Congressional Medal of Honor while in the Union navy Philip Bazaar
what Lincoln promised not to mess with when he gave his 1st Inaugural Address slavery
Created by: mcphersonm