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    • Block D, Table 5 Katherine Chung, Brian Yoo, Amy Cho , Charles Kang Time Line of the Civil War
    • John Wilkes Booth is born on May 10, 1838 G eorge M c C lellan g raduat es from West Point July 1, 1846 John C. Calhoun presented his view openly to the Senate that the southern states had the right to leave the Union if that were necessary for their own protection March 4, 1850, Millard Fillmore become president after President Taylor’s death. July of 1850 Dred Scott sued for his freedom in 1847
    • Stephen A. Douglas draft the C ompromise of 1850 September 1850 Henry Clay proposed a plan for a compromise over slavery known as the Compromise of 1850. September 1850 Harriet Tubman goes to meet husband after years of helping runaways . F all of 1851 J ohn B rown is hanged. December 2 , 1859 H arriet B eecher S towe published U ncle T om’s C abin M a y 1852
    • B attle of F ort S umter Starts: A pril 1861 F irst B attle of B ull R un Starts: J uly 1861 Battle of Pea Ridge Starts: March 6–8, 1862 Battle of the Monitor and Merrimack S tart s: M arch 8-9, 1862 Jefferson Davis ordered General P.G.T. Beauregard to demand that Fort Sumter surrender April 10,1861
    • The Peninsular Campaign Starts: March 1862 Battle of Shiloh Starts: April 6, 1862 Capture of New Orleans S t arts: A pril 25 , 1862 S econd B attle of B ull R un Starts: A ugust 1862
    • Battle of Antietam Starts: S eptember 17 , 1862 B attle of Fredericksburg Starts: D ecember 1862 Battle of Chanceloorsville Starts: April 30 1863 T he S iege of V icksburg Starts: May 1863 J oseph Hooker resigned J une 28, 1863
    • B attle of G ettysburg Starts: J uly 1863 T homas “ S tonewall” J ackson Died M ay 1863 s hot by his own side accidentally. The Battle of Chickamauga Starts: September 19, 1863 T he S iege of Petersburg Starts: June, 1864
    • B attle of S potsylvania Starts: M ay 1864 Battle of the Wilderness Starts: M ay 5 , 1864 B attle of C old H arbor Starts: June 1864 T he C apture of A tlanta Starts: September 1864
    • Battle at Nashville Starts: December 15 , 1864 William T. Sherman entered Savannah and took control of it without a fight. This event showed how much the Southerners feared Sherman. December 21, 1864 R obert E. L ee s urrendered to the U nion at M arch 1865 Abraham Lincoln S hot in April 14, 1865
    • U lysses S . G rant retired from the White House March 4 , 1877 C lara B arton forms red cross M ay 188 1 D orthea D ix dies J uly 1887 William A. Lloyd last issue of the Liberator is published December 29, 1865