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Chapter 14 History Pre-Civil War
Dred Scott Decision
Missouri Compromise
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Declared that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional an…
Allowed Maine to enter as a free state & Missouri to enter as…
Allowed the people in California to decide if they wanted to…
Law that said that the North must return runaway slaves
Dred Scott Decision
Declared that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional an…
Missouri Compromise
Allowed Maine to enter as a free state & Missouri to enter as…
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History Chapter 14 Civil War
Who was the 16th president during the…
What state did Lincoln declare the sec…
Who was the first and only president o…
What was secession of a state?
Lincoln
South Carolina, 1860
Jefferson Davis
Separation from a federation
Who was the 16th president during the…
Lincoln
What state did Lincoln declare the sec…
South Carolina, 1860
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History Chapter 14 : Beginning of the Civil War
Platform
Popular Soverenity
Jefferson Davis
Confederate States of America (CSA)
what a political party stands for
letting the people vote on a solution
President of Confedracy
what the states who seceded from the Union called themselves
Platform
what a political party stands for
Popular Soverenity
letting the people vote on a solution
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History: chapter 14 (civil war causes)
Harriet beecher Stowe
John brown
Popular sovereignty
Roger b. Taney
The auther of Uncle Toms Cabin
Settler from the north who made multiple terrorist attacks to…
People in the territory or state would vote directly on issue…
A Chief Justice to the Deed Scott decision
Harriet beecher Stowe
The auther of Uncle Toms Cabin
John brown
Settler from the north who made multiple terrorist attacks to…
Chapter 14 - The Civil War (1861-65)
Election of 1860
Abraham Lincoln
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
(1860) A group of eight Southern states that seceded from the…
An American statesman and politician who served as President…
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Abraham Lincoln
American leader whose election in 1860 led the Southern State…
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Civil War (Chapter 14)
Jefferson Davis' Inaugural Address
Lincoln's 1st Inaugural Address
Gettysburg Address
Lincoln's 2nd Inaugural Address
"The South's right to secede is based on the American idea th…
"...no State upon its own mere motion can lawfully get out of…
"We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died i…
"With malice toward none, with charity for all...let us striv…
Jefferson Davis' Inaugural Address
"The South's right to secede is based on the American idea th…
Lincoln's 1st Inaugural Address
"...no State upon its own mere motion can lawfully get out of…
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Chapter 14: The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln's first inaugural addr…
Lincoln's presidential oath was to
Theory of Perpetual Union
Confederate government
attempted to convince the South the secession was illegal and…
defend the Union
- Abraham Lincoln believed in it ... - Continental Congress had…
- president: Jefferson Davis ... - capital: Montgomery, Alabama…
Abraham Lincoln's first inaugural addr…
attempted to convince the South the secession was illegal and…
Lincoln's presidential oath was to
defend the Union
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History- chapter 14 beginning of civil war
David Wilmot
Wilmot Proviso
Popular sovereignty
Seceding
-rep of Pennsylvania ... -suggests banning slavery in all territ…
-proposal to ban slavery in all territory that may become par…
People in the territory or state would vote directly on issue…
Withdrawing from something (such as states seceding from the…
David Wilmot
-rep of Pennsylvania ... -suggests banning slavery in all territ…
Wilmot Proviso
-proposal to ban slavery in all territory that may become par…
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US History Chapter 14: The Civil War
Confederate States of America
Fort Sumter
Northern advantages
Southern advantages
Representatives met in Montgomery in 1861 and formed the Conf…
Bombardment began on April 12, 1861... Major Anderson surrendere…
Population-22states million people to 11 states million peopl…
"Home field" advantage.... Focus and Unity.... Europe's dependence…
Confederate States of America
Representatives met in Montgomery in 1861 and formed the Conf…
Fort Sumter
Bombardment began on April 12, 1861... Major Anderson surrendere…
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Chapter 14- The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Antietam
Approximate Court House
Bull Run
page 366 : Def: The 16th President of the United States. Memb…
page 391: Def: A battle in the Civil War that took place near…
page 397 Def: The town in Virginia where General Lee of the C…
page 387... July 21st, 1861- First battle of the war- spectators…
Abraham Lincoln
page 366 : Def: The 16th President of the United States. Memb…
Antietam
page 391: Def: A battle in the Civil War that took place near…
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chapter 14 civil war
Zachary Taylor
Henry clay
John c Calhoun
Millard Fillmore
whig President served 1849 - 1850
started the COMPROMISE of 1850
state man from south Carolina
became president when Taylor died
Zachary Taylor
whig President served 1849 - 1850
Henry clay
started the COMPROMISE of 1850
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Crittenden Compromise (december 1860)
Fort Sumter (April 1861)
Battle of Shiloh (April 1862)
Battle of Antietam (September 17, 1862)
In an effort to appease the south and avoid war, Kentucky Sen…
COnsidered the battle that started the war, this was a Southe…
A brutal battle in the early civil war. The confederacy lande…
Fought in Sharpsburg, Maryland, this was the single most bloo…
Crittenden Compromise (december 1860)
In an effort to appease the south and avoid war, Kentucky Sen…
Fort Sumter (April 1861)
COnsidered the battle that started the war, this was a Southe…
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US History Chapter 14- Civil War
Fort Sumter (South Carolina)
Anaconda plan
Bull Run (Washington DC)
Stonewall Jackson
- where the Confederates took control and fired on Union troo…
The Union's strategy to conquer and suppress the Confederacy:…
- first battle of Civil War... - Confederate victory... - southern…
- Confederate general... - southern hero of the Bull Run, called…
Fort Sumter (South Carolina)
- where the Confederates took control and fired on Union troo…
Anaconda plan
The Union's strategy to conquer and suppress the Confederacy:…
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Chapter 14: The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Antietam
Appomattox Court House
Bull Run
...
...
...
...
Abraham Lincoln
...
Antietam
...
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US6- Chapter 14 - The Civil War
abraham lincoln
battle of antietam
appomattox court house
bull run
16th President of the United States; saved the Union during t…
Though the result of the battle was inconclusive, itremains t…
LEE SURRENDERS TO GRANT. Quieting a band that had begun to pl…
The first battle of the American Civil War, fought in Virgini…
abraham lincoln
16th President of the United States; saved the Union during t…
battle of antietam
Though the result of the battle was inconclusive, itremains t…
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AP US History Chapter 14: "The Civil War"
Fire-eaters
Fort Pickens
Fort Sumter
Major Robert Anderson
Individuals who began to demand an end to the Union and spoke…
A fort located at Pensacola, Florida that was the only signif…
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
Commander of the federal army at Fort Sumter.
Fire-eaters
Individuals who began to demand an end to the Union and spoke…
Fort Pickens
A fort located at Pensacola, Florida that was the only signif…
Civil War (chapter 14 & 15)
exaggerate
fugitive
conductor
network
to overstate the truth
one who is fleeing from danger or being kept against one's will
a person who helped free slaves by using the Underground Rail…
a system that is linked together in some way
exaggerate
to overstate the truth
fugitive
one who is fleeing from danger or being kept against one's will
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Secession
Confederacy
Fort Sumter
Crittenden Compromise
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
o South Carolina sent commissioners to Washington to ask for…
o Senator John J. Crittenden of Kentucky submitted this compr…
Secession
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
Confederacy
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
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Civil War Study Guide Chapter 14-15
What was the Compromise of 1850?
What did the Compromise of 1850 do for…
What did the Compromise of 1850 do for…
What did the Compromise of 1850 do for…
It was a group of bills passed to quiet the controversy of sl…
It admitted California to the Union as a free state, and bann…
It allowed the states of the rest of the Mexican Cession to d…
It outlawed the slave trade in Washington D.C.
What was the Compromise of 1850?
It was a group of bills passed to quiet the controversy of sl…
What did the Compromise of 1850 do for…
It admitted California to the Union as a free state, and bann…
Chapter 14: The Civil War and Reconstriuction
Zachary Taylor
Harriet Beecher Stome
Daniel Webster
Millard Filimore
Whig candidate that won the 1848 election
Wrote the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
Responsible of the Seventh of March Speed
Became President after President Zachary Taylor died and sign…
Zachary Taylor
Whig candidate that won the 1848 election
Harriet Beecher Stome
Wrote the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
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Civil War Chapter 14
border states
Harpers Ferry
First State to Secede
Anaconda Plan
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland and Missouri, slave states that…
It was a raid that began in hopes of starting a slave rebellion
six other states declared secession between then and Lincoln'…
was a joke name given to the original war plan by the unions…
border states
Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland and Missouri, slave states that…
Harpers Ferry
It was a raid that began in hopes of starting a slave rebellion
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Antietam
Appomattox Court House
Bull Run
The president of the United States from 1861-1865. His electi…
This battle was one of the most important battles in the cour…
This was the place that ended the Civil War. Confederate Gene…
The first battle of the Civil War occurred at Bull Run. This…
Abraham Lincoln
The president of the United States from 1861-1865. His electi…
Antietam
This battle was one of the most important battles in the cour…
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Chapter 14: The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Antietam
Appomattox Court House
Bull Run
16th president of the United States; helped preserve the Unit…
1862, the first major battle in the American Civil War to tak…
the site of the surrender of the Confederate Army under Rober…
1st real battle, Confederate victory, Washingtonian spectator…
Abraham Lincoln
16th president of the United States; helped preserve the Unit…
Antietam
1862, the first major battle in the American Civil War to tak…
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The American Civil War/Chapter 14
Popular sovreignty
Secede
Fugitive
Henry Clay
...
Toaster are from an established country. The southern states…
Someone who is trying to escape the law. A runaway prisoner o…
...
Popular sovreignty
...
Secede
Toaster are from an established country. The southern states…
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Chapter 14 Road to the Civil War
propoganda
guerilla warfare
secede
civil war
false or misleading information that is spread to further a c…
irregular military actions like harassment and sabotage carri…
to withdraw membership in a group
war between people of the same country
propoganda
false or misleading information that is spread to further a c…
guerilla warfare
irregular military actions like harassment and sabotage carri…
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chapter 14 civil war
long term causes of the war
immediate causes of the war
conscription
contraband
expansion of slavery, popular sovereignty, states rights vs.…
election of abraham lincoln in 1860- won without one southern…
draft, forced enlistment, substitutes could be hired, NYC dra…
escaped slaves that crossed over into the union, worked at ca…
long term causes of the war
expansion of slavery, popular sovereignty, states rights vs.…
immediate causes of the war
election of abraham lincoln in 1860- won without one southern…
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The Civil War (Chapter 14)
Fort Sumter
Writ of habeas corpus
Abraham Lincoln
Border States
First battle of the Civil War, in which the federal fort in C…
The right of any American to appear in court in front of a ju…
An abolitionist from the Republican Party. He rejected John B…
Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri.
Fort Sumter
First battle of the Civil War, in which the federal fort in C…
Writ of habeas corpus
The right of any American to appear in court in front of a ju…
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BJU United States History Chapter 14, the Civil War
ironclad
Valley Campaign
"Virginia"
"Monitor"
An iron-plated warship, the introduction of these ships signa…
Brilliant campaign of Stonewall Jackson. With fewer than 15,0…
Confederate warship built on the abandoned Union warship prev…
The Union's ironclad, described as "a cheese box on a raft" o…
ironclad
An iron-plated warship, the introduction of these ships signa…
Valley Campaign
Brilliant campaign of Stonewall Jackson. With fewer than 15,0…
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chapter 14 the civil war
confederate states of America
Crittenden compromise
Homestead Act
Morrill Act
the seven states who ceded formed together to become this own…
John Crittenden proposed reestablishing the Missouri Compromi…
permitted any citizen or prospective citizen to purchase 160…
transferred substantial public acreage to the state governmen…
confederate states of America
the seven states who ceded formed together to become this own…
Crittenden compromise
John Crittenden proposed reestablishing the Missouri Compromi…
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Chapter 14 - The Civil War
fire eaters
Senator John J. Crittenden
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
Maj Robert Anderson
-champions of the new concept of southern nationalism, demand…
-senator of Kentucky, proposed compromise that called for sev…
-dealt with several basic principles... -since the union was old…
-When the confederate government ordered General PGT Beaurera…
fire eaters
-champions of the new concept of southern nationalism, demand…
Senator John J. Crittenden
-senator of Kentucky, proposed compromise that called for sev…
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The Civil War Chapter 14
Abraham lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Alexander Stephens
Ulysses S. Grant
President who won the nomination partly becase of his stronng…
Man who resigned from Congress and accepted the presidency of…
Man who proclaimed black slavery " the cornerstone" of the ne…
A 40 year old former army officer. Who achieved fame by conqu…
Abraham lincoln
President who won the nomination partly becase of his stronng…
Jefferson Davis
Man who resigned from Congress and accepted the presidency of…
AP US History Chapter 14: The Civil War 1861-1865
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
Fort Sumter
Use of Executive Power
Secession of Upper South
Lincoln was inaugurated as President, wasn't sure whether he…
war was apparent, two forts in South which were held by feder…
Lincoln drew upon his powers as chief executive and commander…
before Fort Sumter only 7 states had seceded, after four more…
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
Lincoln was inaugurated as President, wasn't sure whether he…
Fort Sumter
war was apparent, two forts in South which were held by feder…
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AP US History Chapter 14: The Civil War 1861-1865
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
Fort Sumter
Use of Executive Power
Secession of Upper South
Lincoln was inaugurated as President, wasn't sure whether he…
war was apparent, two forts in South which were held by feder…
Lincoln drew upon his powers as chief executive and commander…
before Fort Sumter only 7 states had seceded, after four more…
Lincoln's Inaugural Address
Lincoln was inaugurated as President, wasn't sure whether he…
Fort Sumter
war was apparent, two forts in South which were held by feder…
Chapter 14: The Civil War
The Secession Crisis
Ways the South seceded
The Failure of Compromise
Fort Sumter
The Withdrawal of the South
1. South Carolina voted Dec 1860 to secede, by time Lincoln c…
1. Compromise proposed by Sen John Crittenden of KY proposed…
1. Forces in fort running out of supplies, Lincoln informed S…
The Secession Crisis
The Withdrawal of the South
Ways the South seceded
1. South Carolina voted Dec 1860 to secede, by time Lincoln c…
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Chapter 14 Civil War
"First Modern War"
Anaconda
Confederate Strategy
Battle of Bull Run July 21 1861
-1st use of weapons & technology from industrial rev.... -modern…
Union plan devised by General Winfield Scott to blockade the…
defend confederate land, prevent north from destroying their…
fought near Manassas Virginia, untrained northern troops fled…
"First Modern War"
-1st use of weapons & technology from industrial rev.... -modern…
Anaconda
Union plan devised by General Winfield Scott to blockade the…
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Secession
Confederacy
Fort Sumter
Crittenden Compromise
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
o South Carolina sent commissioners to Washington to ask for…
o Senator John J. Crittenden of Kentucky submitted this compr…
Secession
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
Confederacy
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
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Chapter 14: The Civil War
What state was the first to secede fro…
What did the Confederate States of Ame…
Who was president of the Confederate S…
What is Lincoln's view on secession?
South Carolina
Emphasized states rights and protection of slavery
Jefferson Davis
He thinks its unconstitutional
What state was the first to secede fro…
South Carolina
What did the Confederate States of Ame…
Emphasized states rights and protection of slavery
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Chapter 14 civil war
Which side of the Civil war had the be…
what was the Union plan for winning th…
Which side won the first battle of Man…
Which side of the Civil War had an iro…
South
The anaconda plan
Confederate
Confederates
Which side of the Civil war had the be…
South
what was the Union plan for winning th…
The anaconda plan
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Chapter 14: The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln (359)
Antietam (391)
Appomattox Court House (396)
First Battle of Bull Run (387)
Definition: A self-educated lawyer in Illinois and one of the…
Definition: In September of 1862, the first big battle on Nor…
Definition: Site where the Confederacy surrendered to the Uni…
Definition: First major battle of the Civil War with the Unio…
Abraham Lincoln (359)
Definition: A self-educated lawyer in Illinois and one of the…
Antietam (391)
Definition: In September of 1862, the first big battle on Nor…
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Secession
Confederacy
Fort Sumter
Crittenden Compromise
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
o South Carolina sent commissioners to Washington to ask for…
o Senator John J. Crittenden of Kentucky submitted this compr…
Secession
o South Carolina called a special convention, which on Decemb…
Confederacy
o In February 1861, representatives from the 7 seceded states…
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Chapter 14 : Civil war
Republican Party
Democratic Party
Sam Houston
Abraham Lincoln
Was formed in 1845. ... Was against slavery and wanted it to be…
Most of the democrats was with slavery ... They thought the Repu…
Sam Houston was the governor of Texas during secession. Houst…
Lincoln won the presidential election of 1860. This made many…
Republican Party
Was formed in 1845. ... Was against slavery and wanted it to be…
Democratic Party
Most of the democrats was with slavery ... They thought the Repu…
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Chapter 14: Civil War (U.S. History) Terms and Names
Black Power (1966)
Medgar Evers (1963)
Rosa Parks (1955)
James Meredith (1962)
(Collective economic and voting power to gain equality) "Marc…
Civil rights activists, assassinated on his front doorstep. H…
African A. boarded a bus in Montgomery, Alabama. She sat dow…
Air Force veteran who sought to enroll at all white universit…
Black Power (1966)
(Collective economic and voting power to gain equality) "Marc…
Medgar Evers (1963)
Civil rights activists, assassinated on his front doorstep. H…
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Chapter 14 - Civil War
Civil War
Lincoln Elected and
Lincoln says
Ft. Sumter
...
South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida,... Alabama, Georgia and ... L…
He will not interfere with slavery, but seceding is unconstit…
federal fort in South Carolina. Confederates demanded feds le…
Civil War
...
Lincoln Elected and
South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida,... Alabama, Georgia and ... L…
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Civil War Chapter 14
Dred Scott 1857
Abraham Lincoln
Stephen A. Douglas
Douglas Lincoln
Dred Scott escaped slavery from Missouri by running away, but…
A successful Lawyer who had long been involved in state polit…
Northern Democrat, very popular. No moral position on slavery
Both had different views on Slavery, Douglas had no position…
Dred Scott 1857
Dred Scott escaped slavery from Missouri by running away, but…
Abraham Lincoln
A successful Lawyer who had long been involved in state polit…
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Chapter 14 Civil War
Number of Confederate States
Number of Union States
Did the North want to stop slavery?
David Wilmot
15 Slave States BEFORE CALIFORNIA
15 Free States BEFORE CALIFORNIA
No, they wanted to stop it from spreading.
Slavery banned in new territory known as the "Wilmot Proviso"
Number of Confederate States
15 Slave States BEFORE CALIFORNIA
Number of Union States
15 Free States BEFORE CALIFORNIA
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APUSH Chapter 14: The Civil War
Border States
Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis
Alexander H. Stephens
Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky. Remained in the U…
New union of southern states formed after secession. Runs und…
President of the Confederate States of America.
Vice President of the Confederate States of America.
Border States
Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, and Kentucky. Remained in the U…
Confederate States of America
New union of southern states formed after secession. Runs und…
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American History Alan Brinkley | Chapter 14 "The Civil War" Key Terms/People/Places/Events
Abraham Lincoln
Antietam
Appomattox Court House
Bull Run
...
Creek near Sharpsburg, where on 9/17 the Union McClellan's 87…
Virginia town where Lee surrendered to Grant after being bloc…
First battle of the Civil war neat Manassas, VA, where the Un…
Abraham Lincoln
...
Antietam
Creek near Sharpsburg, where on 9/17 the Union McClellan's 87…
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AP U.S. History Chapter 14: The Coming of the Civil War Vocabulary
Abraham Lincoln
Franklin Pierce
Harriet Beecher Stowe
James Buchanan
A one-term congressman from Illinois during the Mexican War.…
A dark horse candidate who won the Democratic party president…
Wife and daughter of abolitionists, she wrote "Uncle Tom's Ca…
Experienced diplomat and co-author of the notorious Ostend Ma…
Abraham Lincoln
A one-term congressman from Illinois during the Mexican War.…
Franklin Pierce
A dark horse candidate who won the Democratic party president…
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Chapter 14 : civil war
Annexation
Slave codes
Abolition
Secede
Addition
Forbade educating enslaved Africans and kept them from leavin…
An end to slavery
Leave the union
Annexation
Addition
Slave codes
Forbade educating enslaved Africans and kept them from leavin…
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Chapter 14: Civil War
Anaconda Plan
Andersonville Prison
Andrew Johnson
Angels of the Battlefield
First Union strategy that resulted in favor of the Union winn…
One of the largest Confederate prison that held the most Unio…
17th president of the US, after Lincoln, was the first ever t…
A reference to Civil War nurses who healed wounded soldiers a…
Anaconda Plan
First Union strategy that resulted in favor of the Union winn…
Andersonville Prison
One of the largest Confederate prison that held the most Unio…
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