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    • Chapter 11 The Civil War
    • The Civil War
      • Pgs 336,337,344,369
        • What do you see when you look at their faces?
        • What do you think the minimum age to enlist in the military should be? Why?
        • What effect do you think photography can have on a war?
        • Long-term causes of the civil war
    • The Civil War
      • Long and short term causes of the war
      • Early events of the war and war strategies
    • The Civil War
      • Three long-term causes
      • Three short-term causes
    • Long Term Cause #1
    • Long Term Cause #2
    • Long Term Cause #3 Stephen Douglas Popular sovereignty Alien and Sedition Acts Nullification: the right of a state to declare an act of Congress null and void???
    • The Civil War
      • Three long-term causes
        • System of slavery
        • Regionalism
        • States’ rights
      • Three short-term causes
        • Election of Lincoln
        • Secession of S.C.
        • Firing on Fort Sumter
    • Fort Sumter
      • When Lincoln was inaugurated, only two forts were in Union control
    • Fort Sumter
      • First shots of the war
        • Lincoln turned the tables
        • Jefferson Davis had to decide between doing nothing and ordering an attack
    • “ A Short War”
      • North’s war strategy:
        • Anaconda Plan
          • Blockade southern ports
          • Split the Confederacy in two by way of the MS River
          • Capture Richmond, VA (the capital)
    • “ A Short War”
      • South’s war strategy:
        • Mostly defensive
          • Keep control of the capital
          • Invade the North whenever possible
    • “ A Short War”
      • Battle of Bull Run
        • North was winning at first
          • “ There is Jackson standing like a stone wall!”
        • Southern reinforcements came and turned it into a victory
          • Many in the South thought that the war was over
    • “ A Short War”
      • Southern civilians came out to watch the battle