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History 7 Civil War
Rebel
Yankee
Border States
Ironclad
a person who fights against the existing government. Insurgen…
Union Soldier. Nickname for the North
States bordering the North: Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky and…
warship covered with protective iron plates
Rebel
a person who fights against the existing government. Insurgen…
Yankee
Union Soldier. Nickname for the North
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History Chapter 7: The Civil War
Paper money
Issuing paper money and raising taxes
Slavery
Europe
What did both Union and Confederate governments use to pay fo…
Two ways both the Union and Confederate governments paid for…
What did the Southern states base their economy on?
Who did the North sell extra food to, after they had fed thei…
Paper money
What did both Union and Confederate governments use to pay fo…
Issuing paper money and raising taxes
Two ways both the Union and Confederate governments paid for…
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Civil War and Reconstruction American History 7
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Abolitionist Movement
Fort Sumter
president of the Union during the Civil War
president of the Confederacy during the Civil War
People who wanted the end of slavery in the U.S.
first shots of the Civil War fired in South Carolina
Abraham Lincoln
president of the Union during the Civil War
Jefferson Davis
president of the Confederacy during the Civil War
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History 7.13 The Civil War
civil war
blockade
ironclads
casualties
...
...
...
...
civil war
...
blockade
...
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History Ch7: The Civil War
abolitionist
armory
racism
emancipation
a person who works to end slavery
a place where weapons are made or stored
discrimination or hatred based on race
an act of setting someone free from control or slavery
abolitionist
a person who works to end slavery
armory
a place where weapons are made or stored
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History 7 Pre-Civil War
Alien & Sedition Acts (1;1)
Virginia and Kentucky Resolution (1;2)
Nullification Crisis of 1833 (1;3)
Louisiana Purchase (2;1)
can't criticize the government; keep power under John Adams,…
passed state laws saying that they can ignore the federal laws
tariff on British textiles; Helped Northern textile factories…
Thomas Jefferson wanted alnd for agrarian individualism; ocea…
Alien & Sedition Acts (1;1)
can't criticize the government; keep power under John Adams,…
Virginia and Kentucky Resolution (1;2)
passed state laws saying that they can ignore the federal laws
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History 7 The Civil War Jennings
north advantages
south advantages
habeaus corpus
border states
pop, industry, good pres
home field, better military leaders
prevents arbitrary in prison
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri
north advantages
pop, industry, good pres
south advantages
home field, better military leaders
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History 7 The Civil War Jennings
north advantages
south advantages
habeaus corpus
border states
pop, industry, good pres
home field, better military leaders
prevents arbitrary in prison
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri
north advantages
pop, industry, good pres
south advantages
home field, better military leaders
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History civil war chapter 7
Appomattox courthouse
Vicksburg
Battle of Gettysburg
1st battle of Bull Run
Lee surenderd to Grant
Taken by siege by Union forces under Grant
Result of the battle ended in Lincon ending slavery in the so…
Battle where "Stonewall" Jackson got his name
Appomattox courthouse
Lee surenderd to Grant
Vicksburg
Taken by siege by Union forces under Grant
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US History Civil War
Abolitionist:
Ambush:
Armory:
Cavalry:
Someone who wishes to abolish or get rid of slavery.
To lie in wait for an unexpected attack.
A place where weapons and other military supplies are manufac…
Cavalry: A branch of the military mounted on horseback. Caval…
Abolitionist:
Someone who wishes to abolish or get rid of slavery.
Ambush:
To lie in wait for an unexpected attack.
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History Unit 7 Civil War
What were the expectations of both sid…
Describe the Anaconda Plan.
What did the Emancipation Proclamation…
What was the significance of the 54th…
They both believed it would be an easy win. At first, the con…
The Union had come up with the "Anaconda Plan". This was the…
That all slaves were free, but ONLY in the Confederate states.
It said that slaves could fight in the war. This changed beca…
What were the expectations of both sid…
They both believed it would be an easy win. At first, the con…
Describe the Anaconda Plan.
The Union had come up with the "Anaconda Plan". This was the…
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US History Civil War: Causes of the Civil War
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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Texas History: Unit 7 Civil War Dates
November 1860
January to February 1861
March 1861
August 1862
Abraham Lincoln elected president
Texas votes to secede from the Union
Texas writes new state constitution. Officially joins Confede…
Fleeing Texas Unionist killed by Confederate States of Americ…
November 1860
Abraham Lincoln elected president
January to February 1861
Texas votes to secede from the Union
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Tx History - Civil War and Texas Unit 7.7
amendment
freedman
reconstruction
blockade
a change made to a law, bill, or document
a person who has been FREED from slavery.
to build or do again
action to stop transportation of goods or people into or out…
amendment
a change made to a law, bill, or document
freedman
a person who has been FREED from slavery.
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US History Civil War
confederate states
border states
why is Maryland important?
advantages of north
South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tex…
Missouri, Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky... part of the USA but sl…
very close to the capital-- Washington DC
more railroads & factories... better balance b/w farming and ind…
confederate states
South Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tex…
border states
Missouri, Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky... part of the USA but sl…
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AL History Ch 7 Civil War
What does secede mean?
The Confederacy was a new nation that…
The Emancipation Proclamation Act
What was the Confederacy?
to break away from
slave state
gave slaves freedom
a group of states that seceded from the union in order to hav…
What does secede mean?
to break away from
The Confederacy was a new nation that…
slave state
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History Vocab-Civil War
13th amendment
14th amendment
15th amendment
Robert E. Lee
Abolished (stopped) slavery
Granted citizenship
Granted the right to vote to Black men. (women were not given…
General of the Confederate Army
13th amendment
Abolished (stopped) slavery
14th amendment
Granted citizenship
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US History Civil War
Election of 1860
Border States
advantages of north
advantages of south
Lincoln's and the Republicans win convinced the South that sl…
Part of the USA but slavery was allowed to prevent the secess…
more railroads & factories... better balance b/w farming and ind…
better leadership: most military colleges in the south; most…
Election of 1860
Lincoln's and the Republicans win convinced the South that sl…
Border States
Part of the USA but slavery was allowed to prevent the secess…
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US History Week 7 Civil War and Reconstruction
Adams (Charles Francis Sr)
Appomattox Courthouse
14th
Army Act
President Lincoln's Ambassador to Great Britain during the Ci…
site in Virginia where General Robert E Lee surrendered to Ge…
Which amendment (1866) defined citizenship and forbade states…
an 1867 law passed by Congress that reduced the President's c…
Adams (Charles Francis Sr)
President Lincoln's Ambassador to Great Britain during the Ci…
Appomattox Courthouse
site in Virginia where General Robert E Lee surrendered to Ge…
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7 America History - Chapter 15 (Civil War)
Chapter 15 Civil War
Inflation
Emancipate
Ulysses S. Grant
...
A rise in prices
To give someone freedom
Union general who accepted the South's surrender
Chapter 15 Civil War
...
Inflation
A rise in prices
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US History Civil War
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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Spanish Civil War IB History
right-wing Nationalists (Spanish Civil…
left-wing Republicans (Spanish Civil W…
Popular Front
Jose Maria Gil Robles
Rich, army, high command, Church, landowners, monarchists(Pro…
Communists, Socialists, Liberals, Anarcho-Syndicalists, Basqu…
an electoral coalition and pact signed in January 1936 by var…
(1898 -1980) Was a right-wing journalist who supported the di…
right-wing Nationalists (Spanish Civil…
Rich, army, high command, Church, landowners, monarchists(Pro…
left-wing Republicans (Spanish Civil W…
Communists, Socialists, Liberals, Anarcho-Syndicalists, Basqu…
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US History Month 7 The Civil War
What event started the Civil War?
What strategy did Winfield Scott use t…
What was Lincoln's main goal when he b…
What was the Emancipation Proclamation?
Confederate troops attacked Fort Sumter, a federal outpost in…
Destroy the South's economy by blockage southern ports and ga…
To preserve the Union of the United States.
It was an order that freed slaves in the areas that were rebe…
What event started the Civil War?
Confederate troops attacked Fort Sumter, a federal outpost in…
What strategy did Winfield Scott use t…
Destroy the South's economy by blockage southern ports and ga…
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US History Civil War: Causes of the Civil War
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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Unit 7 History Study Guide-civil war
Ulysses S. Grant
Jefferson Davis
Robert E. Lee
Abraham Lincoln
US general/commander of the union in the late years of the ci…
US senator was the president of the confederacy
Confederate general
President of the union during the civil war. He made efforts…
Ulysses S. Grant
US general/commander of the union in the late years of the ci…
Jefferson Davis
US senator was the president of the confederacy
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VS.7 Civil War
Who established a secret route that es…
In what year did Abraham Lincoln becom…
Who tried to start a slave rebellion b…
Which group worked to end slavery?
Harriet Tubman
1860
John Brown
Abolitionists
Who established a secret route that es…
Harriet Tubman
In what year did Abraham Lincoln becom…
1860
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American History I Civil War
Uncle Tom's Cabin
South Carolina
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Popular book by Harriet Beecher Stowe focusing on the negativ…
First state to leave the Union in 1860.
Confederate President
President of the U.S., 1861-1865
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Popular book by Harriet Beecher Stowe focusing on the negativ…
South Carolina
First state to leave the Union in 1860.
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AP History to Civil War
The first people to come to America ca…
Early people of the Yucatan Peninsula…
This started with Christopher Columbus…
The right for the Spanish (in America)…
Early land bridge
Aztecs
Columbian Exchange
Encomienda
The first people to come to America ca…
Early land bridge
Early people of the Yucatan Peninsula…
Aztecs
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US History Civil War Vocabulary
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Black Codes
Abolished Slavery
1) Citizenship for African Americans, 2) Repeal of 3/5 Compro…
Citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race,…
Laws denying most legal rights to newly freed slaves; passed…
13th Amendment
Abolished Slavery
14th Amendment
1) Citizenship for African Americans, 2) Repeal of 3/5 Compro…
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Texas History -Unit 7: Civil War
What were 3 clashes between the North…
What did "Abolitionists" want?
To Southerners, the election of Abraha…
How did Sam Houston feel about secessi…
1. High tariffs 2. States' rights 3. Slavery
to end slavery everywhere
the end of slavery and the Southern "way of life"
He opposed it and refused to pledge his loyalty to the Confed…
What were 3 clashes between the North…
1. High tariffs 2. States' rights 3. Slavery
What did "Abolitionists" want?
to end slavery everywhere
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Texas History -Unit 7: Civil War
How many states were in the Confederac…
What were 3 clashes between the North…
What did "Abolitionists" want?
To Southerners, the election of Abraha…
11 and 23
1. High tariffs 2. States' rights 3. Slavery
to end slavery everywhere
the end of slavery and the Southern "way of life"
How many states were in the Confederac…
11 and 23
What were 3 clashes between the North…
1. High tariffs 2. States' rights 3. Slavery
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American History I Civil War
Missouri Compromise
Fugitive Slave Act
Popular Sovereignty
Dred Scott
1850- Slavery could not extend to states above the 36, 30 line.
Escaped slaves must be returned to masters (part of Compromis…
Let the people decide on whether slavery should be allowed in…
He was a slave who was taken to free territory. Scott sued fo…
Missouri Compromise
1850- Slavery could not extend to states above the 36, 30 line.
Fugitive Slave Act
Escaped slaves must be returned to masters (part of Compromis…
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Tx History - Civil War and Texas Unit 7.7
amendment
freedman
reconstruction
blockade
a change made to a law, bill, or document
a person who has been FREED from slavery.
to build or do again
action to stop transportation of goods or people into or out…
amendment
a change made to a law, bill, or document
freedman
a person who has been FREED from slavery.
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Texas History - Civil War
states rights
secede
abolitionist
vigilante
The idea that states have the right to limit the power of the…
To formally withdraw from the union
A person who wanted to end slavery
People who take the law into their own hands
states rights
The idea that states have the right to limit the power of the…
secede
To formally withdraw from the union
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Sol 7 Civil War US History
Electin of 1860
Fort Sumter
Battle of Antietam
Emancipation proclamation
Seccession of SC lincon would try to abolish slavery
Civil War begins
Bloodiest battle
Free slaves from rebelling states, let black men fight in the…
Electin of 1860
Seccession of SC lincon would try to abolish slavery
Fort Sumter
Civil War begins
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History - Civil War Battles
Lincoln elected president
South Carolina secedes
Confederacy formed
Lincoln inaugurated
November 1860... U.S.... Though winning in the electoral college, L…
December 1860... South Carolina... On news of Lincoln's election, S…
February 1861... Montgomery, Alabama... Seven states form Confedera…
March 1861... Washington, D.C.... Lincoln enters Washington D.C. in…
Lincoln elected president
November 1860... U.S.... Though winning in the electoral college, L…
South Carolina secedes
December 1860... South Carolina... On news of Lincoln's election, S…
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Va history 7 american civil war
Appomattox
Ulysses s grant
Gettysburg address
Secession
Where R.E lee surrondured to us.grant
Union military leader who later became president during recon…
Famous speech delivered by abrahan Lincoln in november 1863 i…
A formal withdrawal of a state from the union
Appomattox
Where R.E lee surrondured to us.grant
Ulysses s grant
Union military leader who later became president during recon…
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CDA 7 History Civil War Study Guide
Slavery
The anaconda plan. Winfield Scott
Yes
Antietam
What was the main topic of the Lincoln vs. Douglas debates
What was the North's strategy called? Who made it?
Did Lincoln appear in ballots in the South during the 1860 el…
What is the bloodiest SINGLE day of war?
Slavery
What was the main topic of the Lincoln vs. Douglas debates
The anaconda plan. Winfield Scott
What was the North's strategy called? Who made it?
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History: Causes of the Civil War
10th Amendment (1791)
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Wilmot Proviso (1846)
Compromise of 1850
Constitutional Amendment, part of the Bill of Rights that giv…
Allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state, Maine t…
A bill proposed by Congressman, David Wimot, to forbid slaver…
This law passed a Federal Fugitive Slave Act, banned the slav…
10th Amendment (1791)
Constitutional Amendment, part of the Bill of Rights that giv…
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state, Maine t…
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Unit #7 Civil War
Union
Confederate
Republican
Secession
A general term for the United States during the Civil War whi…
A republic formed in February of 1861 and composed of the ele…
Antislavery political party that formed in the 1850s
Formal withdrawal of states or regions from a nation
Union
A general term for the United States during the Civil War whi…
Confederate
A republic formed in February of 1861 and composed of the ele…
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US History - Civil War
The Underground Railroad
Henry Clay
Fugitive Slave Act
Milliard Fillmore
(before the abolition of slavery) a system for helping fugiti…
American statesman noted for his American System (which integ…
statutes passed by Congress in 1793 and 1850 (and repealed in…
13th president of the United States (1850-53), whose insisten…
The Underground Railroad
(before the abolition of slavery) a system for helping fugiti…
Henry Clay
American statesman noted for his American System (which integ…
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APUS History:The Civil War
Stephen A. Douglas
Emancipation Proclamation
Freeport Doctrine
Fugitive Slave Act
Speaker of the House and leading Northern Democrat who became…
(1) announcement issued by Lincoln on January 1, 1863: all sl…
idea proposed by Stephen Douglas during the Lincoln-Douglas d…
1793 law strengthened by the Compromise of 1850; the law allo…
Stephen A. Douglas
Speaker of the House and leading Northern Democrat who became…
Emancipation Proclamation
(1) announcement issued by Lincoln on January 1, 1863: all sl…
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American History 7 GH: Civil War
sectional crisis
Missouri Compromise
secede/secession
Confederate States of America
The problems faced by the U.S. government, when the South thr…
An agreement by which Missouri was admitted to the Union as a…
The south's decision to remove themselves from the Union.
The 11 states in the lower South, that secede from the Union.
sectional crisis
The problems faced by the U.S. government, when the South thr…
Missouri Compromise
An agreement by which Missouri was admitted to the Union as a…
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7 Am History - Civil war2
Emancipation Proclamation
13th amendment
Union
54th Massachuetts
on Jan 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the ----
amendment passed by Congress in 1865truly freeing all enslave…
About 200,000 African Americans joined the ---Army
most african american soldiers belonged to the --- regiment
Emancipation Proclamation
on Jan 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the ----
13th amendment
amendment passed by Congress in 1865truly freeing all enslave…
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Unit 7 Civil War
Industrialization
Market Revolution
Transcontinental Railroad
Cotton Gin
the period where the country build and manufactured goods mor…
period where more people began working in factories instead o…
railroad built linking Northeast to the West -completed in 18…
a machine that removed the seeds from cotton 50 times faster…
Industrialization
the period where the country build and manufactured goods mor…
Market Revolution
period where more people began working in factories instead o…
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VS 7--Civil War Roles
Enslaved African Americans
Abraham Lincoln
Union army
Merrimack
Who provided labor for the Confederate army?
Who was the United States President during the Civil War?
Which army allowed slaves to fight for their side?
What was the name of the Confederate ironclad ship?
Enslaved African Americans
Who provided labor for the Confederate army?
Abraham Lincoln
Who was the United States President during the Civil War?
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SC History Civil War
abolitionist
Abraham Lincoln
Felt like their states rights were den…
Fort Sumter
people who worked to end slavery were called this
when this man was elected president many southerners were ups…
The main reason that South Carolina chose to leave the Union…
South Carolina was upset that the Union still had control of…
abolitionist
people who worked to end slavery were called this
Abraham Lincoln
when this man was elected president many southerners were ups…
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American History; Unit 7; Caused Of Civil War
The Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Law
Population Sovereignty
Stephen Douglass
California becomes the 16tth free state... South waws guaranteed…
Forced northerners to return runaway slaves to their owners u…
Southern lawmakers questioned the right of congress to determ…
Became the loudest proponent, him and Abraham Lincoln ran aga…
The Compromise of 1850
California becomes the 16tth free state... South waws guaranteed…
Fugitive Slave Law
Forced northerners to return runaway slaves to their owners u…
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History 10 Unit 7 (the Civil War)
South Carolina Nullification Crisis
merchants and farmerse
Jefferson and Madison
Jackson
void Tariff of 1828 and 1832
merchants said yes to tariff because they wanted to make peop…
sovereignty in the states because the Constitution had been r…
deauthorized Ordinance of Nullification; Force Bill; Tariff Act
South Carolina Nullification Crisis
void Tariff of 1828 and 1832
merchants and farmerse
merchants said yes to tariff because they wanted to make peop…
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(7) The Civil War
geographic advantage
Stonewall Jackson
New Orleans
Anaconda Plan
South had an advantage of fighting on their own soil to help…
Confederate general won the first major battle of the Civil War
port on the Gulf of Mexico was captured by Union forces early…
the Union strategy to control the Mississippi River and split…
geographic advantage
South had an advantage of fighting on their own soil to help…
Stonewall Jackson
Confederate general won the first major battle of the Civil War
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