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Civil War- Bogar

Civil War

Emancipation Proclamation issued by Lincoln to free slaves in the Confederate states
Gettysburg Address issued by Lincoln to dedicate land to those who lost their lives fighting for freedom
cotton diplomacy the South's attempt to get allies in Britain and France by threatening their supply of cotton
infection responsible for more Civil War deaths than battle wounds
Copperheads Peace Democrats who wanted to end the war; viewed as Union traitors
habeas corpus right to a trial by jury that was suspended by Lincoln during war
draft required able men to serve in the military during the war
taxes used to pay for war
Northern farmers & factory workers groups that benefits from war because the need for soldier's food and supplies increased
Southerners groups that faced economic ($) challenges during the war, losing homes and businesses
Battle of Gettysburg battle that stopped the Confederate invasion of the North
Siege of Vicksburg battle that helped the Union gain control of the Mississippi River
Battle of the Wilderness battle that killed major generals in a Union attempt to take the Confederate capital
Battle of Olustee battle that ensured Confederate soldiers continued to receive food from Florida
Created by: tbogar47
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