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Chapter 16 Civil Wr
federalism
blockade
Border States
offensive
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
An act of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from…
Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, and Missouri; these slave state…
Moving forward against something to get an advantage.
federalism
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
blockade
An act of sealing off a place to prevent goods or people from…
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Chapter 16 Civil War
Border State
Blockade
Offensive
Rebel
The States between the North and South that were divided over…
To cut of an area by means of troops or warships to stop supp…
Position of attacking or the attack itself
Confederate solider, so called because of opposition to the e…
Border State
The States between the North and South that were divided over…
Blockade
To cut of an area by means of troops or warships to stop supp…
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Chapter 16- Ancient Civilization
Conquistadors
Moctezuma
Hernan Cortes
Motives
Spanish Conquerors
Aztec Emperor
Led the Conquistadors to Mexico
The Conquistadors set out to find gold, claim land, and conve…
Conquistadors
Spanish Conquerors
Moctezuma
Aztec Emperor
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Chapter 16 "The Civil Rights Movement"
Rosa Parks
"separate but equal"
de facto segregation
Thurgood Marshall
An African American civil rights activist who is well known f…
a doctrine established by the 1896 Supreme Court case Plessy…
segregation by custom and tradition
NAACP's chief counsel and director of its Legal Defense and E…
Rosa Parks
An African American civil rights activist who is well known f…
"separate but equal"
a doctrine established by the 1896 Supreme Court case Plessy…
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Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
Four slave states with strong ties to both the North and the…
Union general who planned to block southern ports and take co…
the idea that Britain would support the South because it need…
Fort Sumter
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
border states
Four slave states with strong ties to both the North and the…
33 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
A federal fort in the Confederate state of South Carolina.
Slave states that bordered the North.
A Union General who had a two-part strategy to conquer the So…
The hope that Britain would support the Confederacy because i…
Fort Sumter
A federal fort in the Confederate state of South Carolina.
border states
Slave states that bordered the North.
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Chapter 16- Ancient Civilization
Conquistadors
Moctezuma
Hernan Cortes
Motives
Spanish Conquerors
Aztec Emperor
Led the Conquistadors to Mexico
The Conquistadors set out to find gold, claim land, and conve…
Conquistadors
Spanish Conquerors
Moctezuma
Aztec Emperor
35 terms
The CIVIL WAR - Chapter 16 (Mr. Moran)
Abraham Lincoln
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
16th President of the United States saved the Union during th…
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
in the civil war the states between the north and the south:…
Leading union General in the Civil War, and was the architect…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President of the United States saved the Union during th…
Fort Sumter
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
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Chapter 16: The Civil War
economy
States' rights
fundamental
sectionalism
the system by which goods and services are produced, sold, an…
the position that the federal government should not interfere…
of central importance
focus on the interests of one's region
economy
the system by which goods and services are produced, sold, an…
States' rights
the position that the federal government should not interfere…
Chapter 16 The Civil War Begins
Fort Sumter
Robert E. Lee
Anaconda Plan
Rifles w/Minie Balls
the Civil War began here when Southern forces attacked US tro…
talented military officer who resigned from the US army and b…
Northern strategy to defeat the South by forming a naval bloc…
change in military technology that most affected the average…
Fort Sumter
the Civil War began here when Southern forces attacked US tro…
Robert E. Lee
talented military officer who resigned from the US army and b…
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Chapter 16: Civil War
1. Casualty
2. Bread riots
3. Inflation
4. Siege
People killed or wounded
Erupted in the south; hungry people took to the streets; most…
general increase in prices
Military blockade
1. Casualty
People killed or wounded
2. Bread riots
Erupted in the south; hungry people took to the streets; most…
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Chapter 16 Civil War
South
South weakness
North
North strength
had most of the army's best officers
few railroads, no way to get supplies to soldiers
had a lot of soldiers and factories
industry
South
had most of the army's best officers
South weakness
few railroads, no way to get supplies to soldiers
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Chapter 16: Birthplace of Civilization
civilization
city-state
polytheism
theocracy
a highly developed culture
city and its surrounding countryside
belief in more than one god
form of government in which one individual ruled as both reli…
civilization
a highly developed culture
city-state
city and its surrounding countryside
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Chapter 16 - Toward Civil War
Missouri Compromise
sectionalism
Compromise of 1850
fugitive slave
1821: MO entered as slave state, ME entered and free state, n…
loyalty to your region
California entered as free state; rest of western territory d…
runaway
Missouri Compromise
1821: MO entered as slave state, ME entered and free state, n…
sectionalism
loyalty to your region
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Chapter 16 Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
a federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina... {EX. In 1861…
Wedged between the North and the South were the key border st…
General who developed the Union strategy to win the Civil War…
This was the idea that Great Britain would support the Confed…
Fort Sumter
a federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina... {EX. In 1861…
border states
Wedged between the North and the South were the key border st…
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Civil War Chapter 16
export
blockade
boarder state
tributary
A good or service produced in the home country and sold in an…
An action taken to isolate an enemy and cut off its supplies
States between the North and South that were technically slav…
A stream or river that flows into a larger river
export
A good or service produced in the home country and sold in an…
blockade
An action taken to isolate an enemy and cut off its supplies
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Chapter 16 - The Civil War
Driscott
Abraham Lincoln
Richmond, Virginia
border states
Union Sgt. who killed his Confederate son
President of the Union during the Civil War. The secession cr…
Confederacy's capital
States that remained in the Union during the secession crisis…
Driscott
Union Sgt. who killed his Confederate son
Abraham Lincoln
President of the Union during the Civil War. The secession cr…
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Chapter 16 Civil War
The border states
Slavery
Maryland
Northern Advantages in the Civil War
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri
was legal in all 4 border states
the most important border state because of Washington D.C.
a larger population and better resources
The border states
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri
Slavery
was legal in all 4 border states
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Chapter 16- The Civil War
1861-1865
April 12, 1861
April 9, 1865
border states
Civil war
Fort Sumter, SC
Appomattox Court House, VA
slave states still loyal to the Union
1861-1865
Civil war
April 12, 1861
Fort Sumter, SC
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U. S. History Chapter 16: The Civil War
Fort Sumter-battle where the first sho…
border states-States highlighted in red
Windfield Scott
cotton diplomacy-the diplomatic method…
Union general who was replaced by George B. McClellan
Fort Sumter-battle where the first sho…
border states-States highlighted in red
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History Chapter 16 CIVIL WAR
Civil War
Border State
Robert E. Lee
Jefferson Davis
War between two parts of the same country
States that had slavery, but still were part of the Union. In…
General for the Confederates
President for the Confederacy, from Mississippi
Civil War
War between two parts of the same country
Border State
States that had slavery, but still were part of the Union. In…
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
Border States
Winfield Scott
Cotton Diplomacy
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
Who: United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812…
The Confederate States of America's approach to foreign polic…
Fort Sumter
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
Border States
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
31 terms
Chapter 16. The Civil war
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
Was attacked by confederate troops to start the Civil war
States in the middle that were not for against slavery
He was a general who formed a 2 part strategy for the union
Idea that Great Britain would support the Confederacy
Fort Sumter
Was attacked by confederate troops to start the Civil war
border states
States in the middle that were not for against slavery
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Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
a federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina, that was att…
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that…
American General, he served as a commander in the Mexican War…
Confederate efforts to use the importance of southern cotton…
Fort Sumter
a federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina, that was att…
border states
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that…
31 terms
chapter 16 - the civil war
Fort Sumter
Border States
Winfield Scott
Cotton Diplomacy
A federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina... ex. Fort Sumt…
Slave states that did not join the confederacy ... ex. Key borde…
United States army general... ex. Winfield Scott developed a 2 p…
The idea of Great Britain supporting the confederacy because…
Fort Sumter
A federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina... ex. Fort Sumt…
Border States
Slave states that did not join the confederacy ... ex. Key borde…
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Chapter 16 The Civil War
George McClellan
King Cotton
Fort Sumter
Robert E. Lee
well trained troops, fired by Lincoln for being "too slow"
the South's strategy to win foreign support; pulled cotton fr…
the Civil War began at the harbor of Charleston, South Caroli…
talented military officer who resigned from the US Army and b…
George McClellan
well trained troops, fired by Lincoln for being "too slow"
King Cotton
the South's strategy to win foreign support; pulled cotton fr…
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Civil War Chapter 16
blockade of the civil war
rifle
hygiene
Robert E Lee
Armed forces stop/allow people/goods into a specific area
Weapons used by soldiers
Health problems made many people sick with diseases and died.…
Military Leader for the Confederate armies
blockade of the civil war
Armed forces stop/allow people/goods into a specific area
rifle
Weapons used by soldiers
33 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
A federal fort in the Confederate state of South Carolina.
Slave states that bordered the North.
A Union General who had a two-part strategy to conquer the So…
The hope that Britain would support the Confederacy because i…
Fort Sumter
A federal fort in the Confederate state of South Carolina.
border states
Slave states that bordered the North.
31 terms
Chapter 16- The Civil War
Border States
Union
Confederate
Richmond, Virginia
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri border the North a…
The Northern states that wanted to keep the South united toge…
The Southern States.
The Confederate capital
Border States
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri border the North a…
Union
The Northern states that wanted to keep the South united toge…
11 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Request
Civil War
Defense
Gunboat
The act of asking for something
A war between groups within the same country
Protection against attack
An armed ship used for battle
Request
The act of asking for something
Civil War
A war between groups within the same country
31 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
Four slave states with strong ties to both the North and the…
Union general who planned to block southern ports and take co…
the idea that Britain would support the South because it need…
Fort Sumter
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
border states
Four slave states with strong ties to both the North and the…
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Chapter 16 - Civil War
Robert E. Lee
Stonewall Jackson
North war strategy
North war reason
Southern General
Southern General
gain control of the Mississippi
restore the Union
Robert E. Lee
Southern General
Stonewall Jackson
Southern General
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Chapter 16 - The Civil War
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
Confederacy
Fort Sumter in South Carolina
North
In his inaugural address, he promised the South that he would…
The Confederacy started seizing federal property in the South…
1. The fort was very important because it controlled the entr…
- The attack on Fort Sumter stirred feelings of nationalism i…
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
In his inaugural address, he promised the South that he would…
Confederacy
The Confederacy started seizing federal property in the South…
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Chapter 16 : Civil War
border state
blockade
export
tributary
state between the North and the South that was divided over w…
cut off an area by means of troops or warships to stop suppli…
to sell goods abroad
a smaller river that flows into a larger river
border state
state between the North and the South that was divided over w…
blockade
cut off an area by means of troops or warships to stop suppli…
31 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
Border States
Winfield Scott
Cotton Diplomacy
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
Who: United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812…
The Confederate States of America's approach to foreign polic…
Fort Sumter
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
Border States
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
Border States
Winfield Scott
Cotton Diplomacy
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
Who: United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812…
The Confederate States of America's approach to foreign polic…
Fort Sumter
April 12, 1861. Virtual declaration of war by Lincoln. 1st sh…
Border States
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
24 terms
Chapter 16 - The Civil War
Fort Sumter
Rifles and minie balls
Battle of New Orleans
Maryland
A) This event triggered the the beginning of the civil war... B…
This technology increased the number of causalities in the Ci…
A) This city was captured by the Union (North)... B) It helped…
A) The northernmost point reached by the Confederate army... B)…
Fort Sumter
A) This event triggered the the beginning of the civil war... B…
Rifles and minie balls
This technology increased the number of causalities in the Ci…
32 terms
Chapter 16 - The Civil War
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
Fort Sumter in South Carolina
North
Capital - Confederacy
In his inaugural address, he promised the South that he would…
A federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina, that was att…
- The attack on Fort Sumter stirred feelings of nationalism i…
Richmond, Virginia
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
In his inaugural address, he promised the South that he would…
Fort Sumter in South Carolina
A federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina, that was att…
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
states with strong ties to both the North and the South
Union general who planned to block southern ports and take co…
the idea that Britain would support the South because it need…
Fort Sumter
site where the Civil War began when Confederate soldiers open…
border states
states with strong ties to both the North and the South
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Ch.16 The Civil War
States' Rights
Sectionalism
Sovereign
Secede
The position that the federal government should not interfere…
Focus of the interest of one's region (loyalty to state rathe…
Free from outside control; self-governing
To withdraw from a larger unit one belongs to (to leave)
States' Rights
The position that the federal government should not interfere…
Sectionalism
Focus of the interest of one's region (loyalty to state rathe…
12 terms
Chapter 16: The Civil War
States' Right
Sectionalism
Sovereign
Secede
the position that the federal government should not interfere…
focus on the interests of one's region
free from outside control; self-governing
to withdraw from a larger unit one belongs to
States' Right
the position that the federal government should not interfere…
Sectionalism
focus on the interests of one's region
12 terms
Chapter 16 The Civil War
Blockade
Rebel
Yankee
Blockade Runner
To cut off people or supplies with troops or warships
Confederate soldier
Union soldier
Ship that sails into and out of a blockaded area
Blockade
To cut off people or supplies with troops or warships
Rebel
Confederate soldier
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Chapter 16 The Civil War
site where the Civil War began when Co…
states with strong ties to both the No…
Union general who planned to block sou…
the idea that Britain would support th…
Fort Sumter
border states
Winfield Scott
cotton diplomacy
site where the Civil War began when Co…
Fort Sumter
states with strong ties to both the No…
border states
30 terms
Chapter 16: Civil War
These are used to keep ports from rece…
Another name for Confederate soldiers
Another name for Union soldiers
When an army attacks another army they…
Blockades
Rebels
Yankees
Offensive
These are used to keep ports from rece…
Blockades
Another name for Confederate soldiers
Rebels
17 terms
Chapter 16 Civil War
Fort Sumter
border states
"Stonewall" Jackson
First Battle of Bull Run
a federal outpost in Charleston, SC, that was attacked by the…
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that…
American Confederate general, he led the Shenandoah Valley ca…
the first major battle of the Civil War, resulting in a Confe…
Fort Sumter
a federal outpost in Charleston, SC, that was attacked by the…
border states
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that…
21 terms
BUGC Chapter 16 The Civil War
Fort Sumter
Winfield Scott
Ironclads
Emancipation
Federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina-- attacked by t…
General who developed the Union's war strategy.
Ships heavily armored with iron
Freeing of the slaves
Fort Sumter
Federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina-- attacked by t…
Winfield Scott
General who developed the Union's war strategy.
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Chapter 16- Civil War
Because the war disrupted their supply…
The bloodiest battle of the Civil War
Sherman's March to the Sea began in wh…
Thousands of women served as _________…
Britain and France
Antietam
Atlanta
nurses
Because the war disrupted their supply…
Britain and France
The bloodiest battle of the Civil War
Antietam
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Chapter 16 Civil War Vocabulary
Border state
Export
Blockade
Tributary
in the civil war the states between the north and the south:…
A good or service produced in the home country and sold in an…
a war measure that isolates some area of importance to the en…
A stream or river that flows into a larger river
Border state
in the civil war the states between the north and the south:…
Export
A good or service produced in the home country and sold in an…
24 terms
Chapter 16 Civil War Erupts
Fort Sumter
Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, a…
Kentucky, Missouri, and Delaware
First Battle of Bull Run
Confederates fired onto this fort until Major Anderson was fo…
Joined the Confederacy. (11 states)
Joined the Union. (24 states)
Confederate victory which shocked the North. Happened in Mana…
Fort Sumter
Confederates fired onto this fort until Major Anderson was fo…
Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, a…
Joined the Confederacy. (11 states)
30 terms
US History Civil War: 1 of 2: Causes of the Civil War (Chapter 16)
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
South Carolina
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. He sued for h…
First state to secede/leave the Union in 1860.
Fugitive Slave Act
One part of the Compromise of 1850, this law stated that esca…
Popular Sovereignty
Let the people decide by State, on whether slavery should be…
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