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  • 1. UNITED STATES HISTORY: THE CIVIL WAR BY RILEY FORE
  • 2. MENU The Union The Confederates Visual Maps References Conclusion
  • 3.  The Union was made up of the 23 states that did not secede from the United states of America.  Enforced the Fugitive Slave Act  Urban/ business areas  Worked to abolish slavery
  • 4.  Ulysses S. Grant  William Tecumseh Sherman  Ambrose Burnside  Abraham Lincoln (President of the Union)
  • 5.  How many states stayed loyal to the Union and did not secede?  Who was the president of the Union?  Which general mentioned eventually became a United States president?  The Union won the Civil War, True or False? (Press the title to return to menu)
  • 6. THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA  The Confederacy was made up of 11 states that seceded from The United States of America  Felt threatened by northern influence and enforcement on the topic of slavery  Fought to end northern aggression, and protect the right to own slaves as rightful property
  • 7. THE CONFEDERATES: MAJOR FIGURES  Robert E. Lee  George Pickett  “Stonewall” Jackson  Jefferson Davis (President of the Confederacy)
  • 8. THE CONFEDERACY QUIZ  Who was the president of the Confederacy?  How many states made up the Confederacy?  Which general mentioned surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant in 1865?  The Confederate States were located in what region of the United States? (Press the title to return to the menu)
  • 9. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VS. THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA The Union was made up of 23 states totaling 2,100,000 within The Union force. The Confederates (depicted in red) included 11 seceding states, and a total of 800,000 in forces.
  • 10. THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG  The Battle of Gettysburg started July 1, 1863, and ended on July 3rd.  The Union was led by the George G. Meade. Meade’s soldiers surrounded Robert E. Lee’s confederate soldiers ending the battle on the 3rd. (Press title to return to menu)
  • 11. REFERENCES  Jeans, S., & Bates, K. (2008). The Enduring vision: a history of the american people. Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin Company.  Map: battle of gettysburg (day 3). (2002). Public Broadcasting Service, Retrieved from http//www.pbs.org/civilwar/war/map14html#  Map: the confederate states of america. (2002). Public Broadcasting Service, Retrieved from http://www.pbs.org/civilwar/war/map1.html# (Press title to return to menu)
  • 12. CONCLUSION I have used PowerPoint in order to complete certain projects, but I try to avoid it. Through this assignment I have gained a better understanding of how to operate PowerPoint. With this newly gained knowledge I will feel more comfortable about using this program. I do plan on using PowerPoint when I become a teacher. I think it is a great tool to use when teaching, but I would prefer using a linear design over a non- linear design. In my opinion non-linear design is not completely necessary, but I am also very simple-minded when it comes to using technology. PowerPoint is a great program and a non-linear design does add a unique style to a useful teaching tool.