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Civil War Part 2

Events during the Civil War

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Anaconda Plan - Union strategy during the Civil War which incorporated a plan to blockade Southern ports and capture the Mississippi River. It was called this as the strategy resembled ananaconda squeezing its prey to death
Andersonville infamous Civil War prisoner-of-war camp in Macon County, Georgia. Over 13,000 Union soldiers died in the camp.
Atlanta Campaign -a series of battles fought in the Western Theater of the American Civil War throughout northwest Georgia and the area around Atlanta during the summer of 1864
Battle of Chickamauga - Confederate victory; largest battle fought in Georgia; led to the battle of Chattanooga
Emancipation Proclamation document that declared all slaves in the rebellious states would be freed if the South did not return to the Union by January 1, 1863.
March to the Sea Union military campaign led by William T. Sherman from November 15-December 25, 1864 with Savannah being the ultimate objective; more importantly Sherman used a “scorched earth” policy to end the South’s will to fight.
William T. Sherman a U.S. Civil War Union Army leader known for "Sherman's March," in which he and his troops laid waste to Georgia and other Southern states
Union Blockade a naval strategy by the United States to prevent the Confederacy from trading. The Union wanted to try and choke off resupply to the South, and to prevent the shipment of arms, ammunition and material to the Southern States.
Created by: aburke18