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Civil war

  1. 1. Susan M. PojerSusan M. PojerHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYSusan M. PojerSusan M. PojerHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYHorace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NYTheTheCivil WarCivil War(1861-1865)(1861-1865)ThroughThroughMaps, Charts,Maps, Charts,Graphs &Graphs &PicturesPictures
  2. 2. North vs. South in 1861North vs. South in 1861NorthNorth SouthSouthAdvantages ?? ??Disadvantages ?? ??
  3. 3. Rating the North & theRating the North & theSouthSouth
  4. 4. Slave/Free StatesSlave/Free StatesPopulation, 1861Population, 1861
  5. 5. Railroad Lines,Railroad Lines,18601860
  6. 6. Resources: North & theResources: North & theSouthSouth
  7. 7. The Union & Confederacy inThe Union & Confederacy in18611861
  8. 8. Men Present for DutyMen Present for Dutyin the Civil Warin the Civil War
  9. 9. Ohio Military ServiceOhio Military Service
  10. 10. Soldiers’Soldiers’Occupations:Occupations:North/SouthNorth/SouthCombinedCombined
  11. 11. ImmigrantsImmigrantsas aas a %%of a State’sof a State’sPopulationPopulationinin18601860
  12. 12. The Leaders of the ConfederacyThe Leaders of the ConfederacyPres. Jefferson DavisPres. Jefferson Davis VP Alexander StevensVP Alexander Stevens
  13. 13. The Confederate “WhiteThe Confederate “WhiteHouse”House”
  14. 14. The Confederate SealThe Confederate SealMOTTOMOTTO  “With God As Our Vindicator”“With God As Our Vindicator”
  15. 15. A Northern View of JeffA Northern View of JeffDavisDavis
  16. 16. OverviewOverviewofofthetheNorth’sNorth’sCivil WarCivil WarStrategy:Strategy:““AnacondAnaconda”a”
  17. 17. The “Anaconda” PlanThe “Anaconda” Plan
  18. 18. Lincoln’s GeneralsLincoln’s GeneralsIrwin McDowellIrwin McDowellWinfield ScottWinfield ScottGeorge McClellan,George McClellan,Again!Again!George McClellanMcClellanAmbrose BurnsideJoseph HookerJoseph HookerGeorge MeadeGeorge MeadeUlysses S. GrantUlysses S. Grant
  19. 19. McClellan:McClellan: I Can Do It All!I Can Do It All!
  20. 20. The Confederate GeneralsThe Confederate GeneralsJeb StuartJeb StuartJames LongstreetJames LongstreetGeorge PickettGeorge Pickett““Stonewall” JacksonStonewall” Jackson Nathan BedfordNathan BedfordForrestForrestRobert E. LeeRobert E. Lee
  21. 21. Battle of Bull RunBattle of Bull Run(1(1ststManassas)Manassas)July, 1861July, 1861
  22. 22. The Battle of the Ironclads,The Battle of the Ironclads,March, 1862March, 1862The Monitor vs.the Merrimac
  23. 23. Damage on the Deck of theDamage on the Deck of theMonitorMonitor
  24. 24. Buy Your Way Out ofBuy Your Way Out ofMilitary ServiceMilitary Service
  25. 25. War in the East: 1861-War in the East: 1861-18621862
  26. 26. Battle of AntietamBattle of Antietam“Bloodiest Single Day of the War”“Bloodiest Single Day of the War”23,000 casualties23,000 casualtiesSeptember 17, 1862September 17, 1862
  27. 27. Emancipation in 1863Emancipation in 1863
  28. 28. TheTheEmancipatioEmancipationnProclamatioProclamationn
  29. 29. The Southern View ofThe Southern View ofEmancipationEmancipation
  30. 30. African-American RecruitingAfrican-American RecruitingPosterPoster
  31. 31. The Famous 54The Famous 54ththMassachusettsMassachusetts
  32. 32. August Saint-GaudensAugust Saint-GaudensMemorial to Col. Robert GouldMemorial to Col. Robert GouldShawShaw
  33. 33. African-AmericansAfrican-Americansin Civil War Battlesin Civil War Battles
  34. 34. Black Troops Freeing SlavesBlack Troops Freeing Slaves
  35. 35. Extensive Legislation PassedExtensive Legislation PassedWithout the South inWithout the South inCongressCongress1861 – Morrill Tariff Act1862 – Homestead Act1862 – Legal Tender Act1862 – Morrill Land Grant Act1862 – Emancipation Proclamation(1/1/1863)1863 – Pacific Railway Act1863 – National Bank Act
  36. 36. The WarThe Warininthe West,the West,1863:1863:VicksburgVicksburg
  37. 37. The Road to Gettysburg:The Road to Gettysburg:18631863
  38. 38. Gettysburg CasualtiesGettysburg Casualties
  39. 39. The NorthThe NorthInitiates theInitiates theDraft,Draft, 18631863
  40. 40. Recruiting Irish Immigrants inRecruiting Irish Immigrants inNYCNYC
  41. 41. Recruiting Blacks in NYCRecruiting Blacks in NYC
  42. 42. NYC Draft Riots,NYC Draft Riots, (July 13-16,(July 13-16,1863)1863)
  43. 43. NYC Draft Riots,NYC Draft Riots, (July 13-16,(July 13-16,1863)1863)
  44. 44. A “Pogrom” AgainstA “Pogrom” AgainstBlacksBlacks
  45. 45. Inflation in the SouthInflation in the South
  46. 46. The Progress of War: 1861-The Progress of War: 1861-18651865
  47. 47. Sherman’Sherman’ss“March“Marchto theto theSea”Sea”throughthroughGeorgia,Georgia,18641864
  48. 48. 1864 Election1864 ElectionPres. Lincoln (R)Pres. Lincoln (R) George McClellan (D)George McClellan (D)
  49. 49. The Peace Movement:The Peace Movement:CopperheadsCopperheadsClement VallandighamClement Vallandigham
  50. 50. 1864 Copperhead1864 CopperheadCampaign PosterCampaign Poster
  51. 51. Cartoon LampoonsCartoon LampoonsDemocratic Copperheads inDemocratic Copperheads in18641864
  52. 52. PresidenPresidentialtialElectionElectionResults:Results:18641864
  53. 53. The Final VirginiaThe Final VirginiaCampaign:Campaign:1864-18651864-1865
  54. 54. Surrender at AppomattoxSurrender at AppomattoxApril 9, 1865April 9, 1865
  55. 55. Casualties on Both SidesCasualties on Both Sides
  56. 56. Civil War CasualtiesCivil War Casualtiesin Comparison to Otherin Comparison to OtherWarsWars
  57. 57. Ford’s TheaterFord’s Theater (April 14,(April 14,1865)1865)
  58. 58. The AssassinThe AssassinJohn Wilkes BoothJohn Wilkes Booth
  59. 59. The AssassinationThe Assassination
  60. 60. WANTED~~WANTED~~!!!!
  61. 61. Now He Belongs to theNow He Belongs to theAges!Ages!
  62. 62. The ExecutionThe Execution

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