Civil War VocabularyBy: Courtney Cullins
Fugitive Slave Act★Part of a group of laws from the “Compromise of 1850”. Antislavery advocates gained admission to Califo...
Uncle Tom’s Cabin★Harriet Beecher Stowe created this novel in 1852. It changed the way people viewed slavery. It demanded ...
Harriet Beecher★She is known for writing “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”. She based this book on her personal experiences. The state o...
Kansas Nebraska★This act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed slavery in the territory North of the 36, 30. It wou...
John Brown★John Brown was an abolitionist, trying to rid of slavery along with others. He was a man of action. In 1859, he...
Popular★This was a pre-Civil War doctrine, that asserted the rights of individuals living in a newly organized territory t...
Dred★In 1847, Dred went to court to sue for his freedom and finally after 10 years his case was brought to the United State...
Lincoln/ Douglas★This was a debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas over one of Illinois United States senate s...
Jefferson Davis★Davis was an American Statesman leader of the confederacy during the time of the Civil War.★From 1861-1865...
Secede★In a federal union, to  secede would be  withdrawing from  membership.★People can be  withdraw in an alliance,  or ...
Confederate States★From 1861-1865, this was a form of government set up by Southern Slaves that would declare their secess...
Fort Sumter★The shots that started the Civil War were held at the Battle of Fort Sumter.★Fort Sumter was a third masonry s...
Border State★The border states in the Civil War were slave states that shared a border with free states.★Delaware, Marylan...
Robert E. Lee★Career Military officer  who commanded the  Confederate Army of  Northern Virginia during  the Civil War.
Blockade★The isolating or closing  off of a place such as a  harbor, city, or port by  ships to prevent them  from enterin...
Battle of Bull Run★Union and Confederate armies clashed in Manassas Junction. This was known as the first major land battle...
Ulysses S. Grant★18th President of the United States.★Held a dominant role in the second half of the Civil War.
Battle of Shiloh★Also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing.★A union under control of Grant, moved forward to Tennessee...
Cavalry★These were soldiers who fought, mounted on horseback.★This was a very sufficient way to fight in the war.
Antietam★Historic site in  northwestern  Maryland, scene of a  major Civil War battle in  1862.
54th★It was an all black  regiment, except for  the leaders. If all blacks  fought well, they could  have a shot at fightin...
Emancipation★In 1863, our President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation which stated that anyone that was...
Copperhead★Copperheads where Northerners who were opposing the Civil War. The name copperhead was one they chose for strik...
Conscription★Compulsory enrollment, especially for the armed forces; draft.
Bounty★Usually a payment or reward offered by a group as an incentive for the accomplishment of a task mainly not associat...
Clara Barton★A pioneer American teacher and a nurse during the Civil War. At the time, women were just beginning to work, ...
Battle of★General Robert E. Lee centered his army around Gettysburg. Lee attacked the Unions resulting in severe fighting t...
Siege of Vicksburg★The final and major military action in the Vicksburg Champaign of the Civil War.
William Tecumseh★Sherman served as a general in the Union Army.★He received an award for most outstanding command of milit...
Appomattox Court★This was the final Battle for Robert E. Lee before the confederate surrendered to the Union Army.★This was...
Thirteenth★This amendment abolishes slavery along with involuntary servitude. But is legal if it is used as a punishment f...
Music by: The Civil Wars“Barton Hallow”
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    1. 1. Civil War VocabularyBy: Courtney Cullins
    2. 2. Fugitive Slave Act★Part of a group of laws from the “Compromise of 1850”. Antislavery advocates gained admission to California as a free state.
    3. 3. Uncle Tom’s Cabin★Harriet Beecher Stowe created this novel in 1852. It changed the way people viewed slavery. It demanded that the US abolish slavery with the promise of freedom and equality.
    4. 4. Harriet Beecher★She is known for writing “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”. She based this book on her personal experiences. The state of Kentucky where she lived, was a slavery state.
    5. 5. Kansas Nebraska★This act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed slavery in the territory North of the 36, 30. It would be decided by the residents of the territories.
    6. 6. John Brown★John Brown was an abolitionist, trying to rid of slavery along with others. He was a man of action. In 1859, he led 21 men on a raid in Virginia. Later on, most of Brown’s men were eventually killed off under the control of Robert E. Lee.
    7. 7. Popular★This was a pre-Civil War doctrine, that asserted the rights of individuals living in a newly organized territory to decide the vote of their territorial legislature whether or not slavery would be permitted there.
    8. 8. Dred★In 1847, Dred went to court to sue for his freedom and finally after 10 years his case was brought to the United States Supreme Courts. There in court, it was decided that Africans could never become citizens
    9. 9. Lincoln/ Douglas★This was a debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas over one of Illinois United States senate seats.★Lincoln ended up losing this debate but it helped him win the President Election.
    10. 10. Jefferson Davis★Davis was an American Statesman leader of the confederacy during the time of the Civil War.★From 1861-1865, he served as the president of the Confederate States.
    11. 11. Secede★In a federal union, to secede would be withdrawing from membership.★People can be withdraw in an alliance, or even a political or rebellious organization.
    12. 12. Confederate States★From 1861-1865, this was a form of government set up by Southern Slaves that would declare their secession from the U.S.
    13. 13. Fort Sumter★The shots that started the Civil War were held at the Battle of Fort Sumter.★Fort Sumter was a third masonry sea fort in South Carolina.
    14. 14. Border State★The border states in the Civil War were slave states that shared a border with free states.★Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky and Missouri
    15. 15. Robert E. Lee★Career Military officer who commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War.
    16. 16. Blockade★The isolating or closing off of a place such as a harbor, city, or port by ships to prevent them from entering or exiting.
    17. 17. Battle of Bull Run★Union and Confederate armies clashed in Manassas Junction. This was known as the first major land battle in the Civil War.
    18. 18. Ulysses S. Grant★18th President of the United States.★Held a dominant role in the second half of the Civil War.
    19. 19. Battle of Shiloh★Also known as the Battle of Pittsburg Landing.★A union under control of Grant, moved forward to Tennessee. The Confederates pulled a surprise attack on Grant’s army.★They had failed the 2nd Day
    20. 20. Cavalry★These were soldiers who fought, mounted on horseback.★This was a very sufficient way to fight in the war.
    21. 21. Antietam★Historic site in northwestern Maryland, scene of a major Civil War battle in 1862.
    22. 22. 54th★It was an all black regiment, except for the leaders. If all blacks fought well, they could have a shot at fighting in the wars.
    23. 23. Emancipation★In 1863, our President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation which stated that anyone that was held as a slave, was free.
    24. 24. Copperhead★Copperheads where Northerners who were opposing the Civil War. The name copperhead was one they chose for striking without warning like the snake did.
    25. 25. Conscription★Compulsory enrollment, especially for the armed forces; draft.
    26. 26. Bounty★Usually a payment or reward offered by a group as an incentive for the accomplishment of a task mainly not associated with the group.
    27. 27. Clara Barton★A pioneer American teacher and a nurse during the Civil War. At the time, women were just beginning to work, so Barton helped others with careers.
    28. 28. Battle of★General Robert E. Lee centered his army around Gettysburg. Lee attacked the Unions resulting in severe fighting there.
    29. 29. Siege of Vicksburg★The final and major military action in the Vicksburg Champaign of the Civil War.
    30. 30. William Tecumseh★Sherman served as a general in the Union Army.★He received an award for most outstanding command of military strategy.
    31. 31. Appomattox Court★This was the final Battle for Robert E. Lee before the confederate surrendered to the Union Army.★This was one of the last battles in the American Civil War.
    32. 32. Thirteenth★This amendment abolishes slavery along with involuntary servitude. But is legal if it is used as a punishment for a crime.
    33. 33. Music by: The Civil Wars“Barton Hallow”

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