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  • Nate Cangany W200
  • American Civil War Menu Three Topics: Nations in Civil War Important Generals in Civil War Major Battles in Civil War Let’s get started!
  • NATIONS IN CIVIL WAR • United States of America • Capital: Washington, D.C. • President: Abraham Lincoln • Number of States in the United States of America: 22 States • Also known as “The Union” Next Page
  • NATIONS IN CIVIL WAR • Confederate States of America • Capital: Richmond, Virginia • President: Jefferson Davis • Number of States in the Confederate States of America: 11 States • Also known as “The Rebels” Time for the Nations Quiz
  • NATIONS IN CIVIL WAR--QUIZ • 1. Who was the President of the Confederate States of America? • 2. How many states were in “The Union”? • 3. Who was the President of the United States of America? • 4. How many states were in the Confederate States of America? • 5. Which nations flag is represented here? Answers
  • IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR GENERALS • Ulysses S. Grant • General for the United States of America • Born: 1822 in Ohio • Appointed General in Chief: 1864 • Later elected President of the United States of America Next
  • IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR GENERALS • Robert E. Lee • General for the Confederate States of America • Born: 1807 in Virginia • Appointed General: 1862 • Surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865 I’m ready for the Quiz!
  • IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR GENERALS-- QUIZ • 1. Which general was born in Ohio? • 2. Which general surrendered on April 9, 1865? • 3. Which general later became the President? • 4. Which general was appointed later in the war? • 5. Which general fought for the Confederate States of America? Answers
  • MAJOR CIVIL WAR BATTLES • Battle of Gettysburg • Gettysburg, Pennsylvania- July 1-3 1863 • The battle was won by the United States of America. • More people died in this battle than any other battle in United States History. Next Page
  • MAJOR CIVIL WAR BATTLES • First Battle of Bull Run • Manassas, Virginia- July 1861 • The battle was won by the Confederate States of America. • This early battle victory for the Rebels gave them confidence in their choice to separate from the Union. Time for the Quiz!
  • MAJOR CIVIL WAR BATTLES-- QUIZ • 1. The Battle of Gettysburg was fought in what state? • 2. The First Battle of Bull Run was fought in which state? • 3. Who won the Battle of Gettysburg? • 4. Which battle happened early in the Civil War? • 5. Which battle was the deadliest in American history? Answers
  • NATIONS IN CIVIL WAR– QUIZ ANSWERS • 1. Jefferson Davis • 2. 22 States • 3. Abraham Lincoln • 4. 11 states • 5. United States of America Did you get all of the answers right? Move on to Generals Go Back to Nations
  • IMPORTANT CIVIL WAR GENERALS— QUIZ ANSWERS • 1. Ulysses S. Grant • 2. Robert E. Lee • 3. Grant • 4. Grant • 5. Lee How did you do? I want to go back to Generals. Let’s move on to the Battles!
  • MAJOR CIVIL WAR BATTLES– QUIZ ANSWERS • 1. Pennsylvania • 2. Virginia • 3. United States of America • 4. First Battle of Bull Run • 5. Gettysburg I want to review the Battles. I am finished, I know my Civil War facts!
  • CONGRATULATIONS!! YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE CIVIL WAR ACTIVITY! Sources
  • SOURCES American civil war. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://americancivilwar.com