CHAPTER 16:   The Civil War        Section 4:Daily Life During the War
VOCABULARY Emancipation: The freeing of theslaves Habeas corpus: Constitutionalprotection against unlawfulimprisonment ...
THE EMANCIPATION    PROCLAMATION At first Lincoln only wanted topreserve the Union
“If I could save the Union without freeingany slave I would do it, and if I could saveit by freeing all the slaves I would...
THE EMANCIPATION    PROCLAMATION Later he realizes onlyemancipation madesense Antietam allowedhim to do it He wrote the...
Lincoln and his Cabinet after Writing   the Emancipation Proclamation
THE EMANCIPATION  PROCLAMATION• Only freed slaves in rebel territory• Union didn’t control this area
African American Soldiers Fighting for the Union
OPPOSITION       TO THE WAR ManyNorthernDemocratswere againstthe war  • Called  Copperheads
OPPOSITION        TO THE WAR Others wereagainst the draft
New YorkCity Draft  Riots
OPPOSITION       TO THE WAR In response, Lincoln suspendedhabeas corpus
Civil WarCasualty list   in theNewspaper
Civil War Medicine
Civil WarAmputations
Civil WarPrison Camps
Andersonville Prison    in Georgia
ON THE HOME FRONT The economy in the Northboomed
Producingthe Weapons   of War
ON THE HOME FRONT Women ran family farms &businesses – usually jobs for men
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16 4 daily life during the war

  1. 1. CHAPTER 16: The Civil War Section 4:Daily Life During the War
  2. 2. VOCABULARY Emancipation: The freeing of theslaves Habeas corpus: Constitutionalprotection against unlawfulimprisonment Draft: Forced military service
  3. 3. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION At first Lincoln only wanted topreserve the Union
  4. 4. “If I could save the Union without freeingany slave I would do it, and if I could saveit by freeing all the slaves I would do it;and if I could save it by freeing some andleaving others alone I would also do that.” -Abraham Lincoln
  5. 5. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION Later he realizes onlyemancipation madesense Antietam allowedhim to do it He wrote theEmancipationProclamation
  6. 6. Lincoln and his Cabinet after Writing the Emancipation Proclamation
  7. 7. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION• Only freed slaves in rebel territory• Union didn’t control this area
  8. 8. African American Soldiers Fighting for the Union
  9. 9. OPPOSITION TO THE WAR ManyNorthernDemocratswere againstthe war • Called Copperheads
  10. 10. OPPOSITION TO THE WAR Others wereagainst the draft
  11. 11. New YorkCity Draft Riots
  12. 12. OPPOSITION TO THE WAR In response, Lincoln suspendedhabeas corpus
  13. 13. Civil WarCasualty list in theNewspaper
  14. 14. Civil War Medicine
  15. 15. Civil WarAmputations
  16. 16. Civil WarPrison Camps
  17. 17. Andersonville Prison in Georgia
  18. 18. ON THE HOME FRONT The economy in the Northboomed
  19. 19. Producingthe Weapons of War
  20. 20. ON THE HOME FRONT Women ran family farms &businesses – usually jobs for men

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