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Civil War And Reconstruction

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  • 1. Civil War slideshow
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  • 4. Fort Sumter (April 1861)
  • 5. First Bull Run (Manassas) July 1861
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  • 8. You’re gone!
    • General McDowell is replaced by General McClellan
  • 9. 1862
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  • 11. Monitor and Merrimac
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  • 13. Shiloh (April 1862)
  • 14. Grant versus A.S. Johnston
  • 15. Antietam
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  • 20. Fredericksburg (Dec 1862)
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    • “ We might as well have tried to take hell.” Union soldier
    • “ It is well that war is so terrible - we should grow too fond of it” –Gen. Lee
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  • 23. Conscription Act of 1863
    • Draft enacted, men 20-45
    • Exempts those who can provide a substitute (or $300)
    • “ The blood of a poor man is as precious as that of the wealthy," poor Northerners complain.
  • 24. Vicksburg (May 1863)
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    • As a result of the campaign in Vicksburg, Grant is promoted to Major General
    • He will be head of all Union forces after the battle of Chattanooga
  • 27. Gettysburg (July 1863)
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  • 32. Gettysburg
    • After this defeat of the Confederates, Lee and his army will never re-enter the North
  • 33. Gettysburg Address
  • 34. Battle of Atlanta (July 1864)
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  • 36. Sherman’s March to the Sea (1864)
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