Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri
What were the border states?
A slave state that didn't secede from the Union
22 million population
9 million population
industrialized/manufacturing, many railroads for moving troops
well-organized, small navy
established government and Abraham Lincoln
plan to blockade, divide, and weaken the Confederacy
hard to recruit soldiers because of lack of passion
inconsistency in military leaders
good military leadership with Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
Easy goal: defend, no offense
familiar fighting territory
Who's goal was to get foreign support?
no Navy and small army
blockaded by north and not many railroads or foreign aid!
Where did the 1st Battle of Bull Run/Manassas take place?
General Thomas J. Jackson
Who's "Stonewall Jackson"?
Who led the Confederates in the 1st Battle of Bull Run/Manassas?
General Irvin McDowell
Who led the North in the 1st Battle of Bull Run/Manassas?
1st Battle of Bull Run/Manassas
What battle challenged the Union to really put in an effort, shock the people to see how serious the South actually were, and got McClellan first put in to replace McDowell?
Where is Shiloh, Fort Donelson, and Fort Henry?
General Ulysses S. Grant
Who captured Fort Donelson and Fort Henry?
General Ulysses S. Grant
Who led the North to a defeat in Battle of Shiloh and ruined his reputation by the large amount of bloodshed?
25,000 in two days
How many casualties were there from the Battle of Shiloh?
Where was the battle of Antietam?
In what battle did Lee want Maryland to join the Confederacy?
Wrapped around cigars
How did the Northern soldiers find Lee's battle plans for Antietam?
What battle was the single bloodiest day of the whole Civil war as well as what led to the Emancipation Proclamation?
Where is Vicksburg?
Who came up with the plan to put a siege on Vicksburg with the sneak attack/misdirection idea using Jackson, Mississippi?
ultimate fortress at high elevation overlooking water and any oncoming troops
when army surrounds, bombards, and cuts off supplies to enemy in order to force its surrender
What other stronghold surrendered after Vicksburg did?
Where did the battle at Fredericksburg take place?
General Ambrose Burnside
Who led the North in battle of Fredericksburg?
Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and James Longstreet
Who led the Confederates in battle of Fredericksburg?
Who wins battle of Fredericksburg with 80,000 troops vs. 120,000?
Who was winning on the first day of the battle of Gettysburg?
Where was the battle of Gettysburg?
North with Chamberlain
Who was winning the battle of Gettysburg on the second day because of being at a higher elevation? With what general?
Who finally wins the battle of Gettysburg?
Third day of Gettysburg, North mows down 1/3 of Confederate troops
What speech honored fallen soldiers and implied that this war was a mere bump towards more liberty?
Sherman the Brute
What was William Tecumseh Sherman's nickname?
Grant and Sherman
Who used total war, which was hurting civilians AND soldiers?
What did the battle of Petersburg lead to?
What was the form of the battle of Petersburg?
Who won the 2nd Battle of Bull Run?
Monitor vs. Virginia
What had symbolism to the beginning of end of wooden ships in warfare?
When was the Emancipation Proclamation issued?
54th Massachusetts Regiment
disciplined, all-black army led by Robert Gould Shaw
the idea that one can't arrest someone else with a legitimate reason
Nickname for anybody anti-Lincoln?
New York Riots
riots from people fearful of losing jobs to blacks while undergoing the draft
aka draft, forced people to enter war unless they paid the $300 fine to stay out of war
Confederate president; unpopular; struggled to pay for the war
started Red Cross to help people
Who won the election of 1864?
Who else besides Lincoln ran for president for 1864?
Robert E. lee
who was popular from the "7 days"?
What general led to north defeat in Chancellorsville?
Who won Chancellorsville?