US History – CHEE
Lecture - the Civil War Part II:
America’s Second Revolution, 1861-1865
War Transforms the North
o The Northern Economic Boom
o Women Expand the Wartime Workforce
o Dissent and Protest in the Un...
Women filling cartridges at the U.S. Arsenal at Watertown
Mass – Harper’s Weekly, June 1861
Assault of the Second Louisiana (Colored) Regiment on the
Confederate Works at Port Hudson, May 27, 1863
African Americans...
Sharp Competition for Unskilled Jobs
contributed to the NY Draft Riot of 1863
An Irishman says to a
Black man
“Well, ye ma...
The New York Draft Riots – July 1863
Worst set of riots – 4
days of violence – 100
dead
Union Victory, Gettysburg, July 1863
Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Dlggkx6mks&list=PLA8CC51...
War Transforms the South
o Urbanization and Industrialization
o Dissent and Protest in the Confederate States
Richmond in Ruins
Retreating Confederate forces set fire
to 900+buildings in Richmond, the
Confederate capital, in the fac...
Sowing and Reaping – Northern view of White Women
The Conquest of the South, 1861–1865
Sherman’s March through the Confederacy
Contrabands Accompanying the Line of
Sherman's March through Georgia
Union Troops Capture Davis – May 1865
Sarcastic cartoon
showing Union
troops capturing
Davis in May 1865
wearing his wife’...
The Costs of War
long memory of the war
o1/3 of free men from 15-59, 3 million served in the
army
odeath rate, 650K in the...
Costs of War - South
o war devastating for the South,
o 43% decline in southern wealth, not including slave
wealth
o citie...
Booth Assassinates President
Lincoln on April 14, 1865
John Wilkes Booth,
a southern
sympathizer,
actor, huntsman
The Thirteenth
Amendment
Passed January 31, 1865 –
prohibiting slavery &
involuntary servitude
14th Amendment – 1866
perma...
The Distribution of the Slave Population, 1860
White Supremacy Forever!
Semana Santa in Spain
America:
the land of liberty
Copyright 2014 Professor
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Lecture 12 part ii - the civil war

  1. 1. US History – CHEE Lecture - the Civil War Part II: America’s Second Revolution, 1861-1865
  2. 2. War Transforms the North o The Northern Economic Boom o Women Expand the Wartime Workforce o Dissent and Protest in the Union States o Building Consensus Through Military Victory o African Americans Battle Confederates and Prejudice
  3. 3. Women filling cartridges at the U.S. Arsenal at Watertown Mass – Harper’s Weekly, June 1861
  4. 4. Assault of the Second Louisiana (Colored) Regiment on the Confederate Works at Port Hudson, May 27, 1863 African Americans – 200K in the Union Army – 1865, 10% of the military, 134K+ escaped slaves from the South, 37K died for the Union.
  5. 5. Sharp Competition for Unskilled Jobs contributed to the NY Draft Riot of 1863 An Irishman says to a Black man “Well, ye may be a man and a brother, sure enough; but ti’s little hospitality ye’ll get out of yer relations on this dock, me ould buck!” Vanity Fair, August 2, 1862
  6. 6. The New York Draft Riots – July 1863 Worst set of riots – 4 days of violence – 100 dead
  7. 7. Union Victory, Gettysburg, July 1863 Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Dlggkx6mks&list=PLA8CC511DE0CB8715&index=23&feature=plpp_video
  8. 8. War Transforms the South o Urbanization and Industrialization o Dissent and Protest in the Confederate States
  9. 9. Richmond in Ruins Retreating Confederate forces set fire to 900+buildings in Richmond, the Confederate capital, in the face of defeat, April 1865.
  10. 10. Sowing and Reaping – Northern view of White Women
  11. 11. The Conquest of the South, 1861–1865
  12. 12. Sherman’s March through the Confederacy
  13. 13. Contrabands Accompanying the Line of Sherman's March through Georgia
  14. 14. Union Troops Capture Davis – May 1865 Sarcastic cartoon showing Union troops capturing Davis in May 1865 wearing his wife’s dress… Jefferson Davis as an Unprotected Female!
  15. 15. The Costs of War long memory of the war o1/3 of free men from 15-59, 3 million served in the army odeath rate, 650K in the U.S. o 360K Union, 258K Confederate, 5x WWII o disease claimed more lives than combat o 275K each side maimed o 410K in prison camps oMen faced difficulty returning to civilian lives oconcept of a national union shaken
  16. 16. Costs of War - South o war devastating for the South, o 43% decline in southern wealth, not including slave wealth o cities in ruins, Atlanta, Columbia, Richmond o 1/3 horses, pigs, dead o 2/3 of railroads destroyed o resolved the question of union o resolved the question of slavery o difficult questions about Black civil rights o Question of South punishment for 11 Confederate states
  17. 17. Booth Assassinates President Lincoln on April 14, 1865 John Wilkes Booth, a southern sympathizer, actor, huntsman
  18. 18. The Thirteenth Amendment Passed January 31, 1865 – prohibiting slavery & involuntary servitude 14th Amendment – 1866 permanent constitutional protection of Black civil rights by defining them as citizens granted black male suffrage
  19. 19. The Distribution of the Slave Population, 1860
  20. 20. White Supremacy Forever!
  21. 21. Semana Santa in Spain
  22. 22. America: the land of liberty
  23. 23. Copyright 2014 Professor Chee Professor Chee does not endorse other slideshare presentations.

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