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29 civil war petersburg thru appomattox (11) 29 civil war petersburg thru appomattox (11) Presentation Transcript

  • Election of 1864
    • Lincoln runs for re-election
      • Republican
    • Democrats?
      • McClellan
  • Election of 1864
    • Lincoln makes sure every soldier can vote
    • Winner?
      • Lincoln
  • Petersburg
    • Grant lays siege
    • Lee tries to break out
      • Richmond is lost
    • Davis moves govt.
    View slide
  • Grant’s HQ View slide
  • Captured CSA Camp
  • Richmond
    • Union army enters the city
      • Destroys it
    • Lincoln visits
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  • Breakout
    • Lee breaks out of Petersburg
    • Heads West to meet Johnston
    • Cut off at Appomattox Court House
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  • Court House
  • Appomattox
    • Lee is cut off from escape
      • Down to 30,000 men in fighting condition
    • Lee sends a lone horseman with a white flag
  • Surrender
    • Lee meets Grant in a Private Home
      • April 9, 1865
      • McLean House
      • First Bull Run
      • Moved to Appomattox
  • McLean House
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  • Terms
    • Lay down weapons & go home
      • Not, at any time, be disturbed by any Federal authority
      • Can’t hang Lee or lesser commanders
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  • Fighting Ends
    • Lee’s army is the first to surrender
    • Others will follow
    • Fighting is over by June, 1865