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United States History - Civil War
Slave States/Non-Slave States
Election of Abraham Lincoln
Doctrine of Nullification
Abolition of Slavery
States that allowed for slaves to be owned/States that did no…
This signaled the secession of the Southern states, which sin…
The perceived right of states residing within the Union to vo…
abolishing a system, practice, or institution of slavery
Slave States/Non-Slave States
States that allowed for slaves to be owned/States that did no…
Election of Abraham Lincoln
This signaled the secession of the Southern states, which sin…
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History Civil War Unit
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Nat Turner's Rebellion (1831)
Compromise of 1850
Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Ca…
Missouri wanted to join the US as a slave state and after two…
Nat Turner and some slaves revolted against the slave owners…
People disagreed about whether or not land from Mexico would…
This book was published in response to the Fugitive Slave Act…
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Missouri wanted to join the US as a slave state and after two…
Nat Turner's Rebellion (1831)
Nat Turner and some slaves revolted against the slave owners…
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History Civil War Unit
Which side had the advantage at the ou…
What was the North's strategy to encir…
Was the Anaconda Plan effective? How?
What were the five parts of the Union'…
Despite better military leadership and a clearer purpose in t…
The Anaconda Plan
Yes, the South had a very limited ability to supply itself, p…
Secure and blockage the East Coast, secure and blockade the M…
Which side had the advantage at the ou…
Despite better military leadership and a clearer purpose in t…
What was the North's strategy to encir…
The Anaconda Plan
Civil war History unit
Mason-Dixon Line
Homestead
Compromise of 1850
popular sovereignty
Boundary between slave and free states east of the Appalachia…
Land on which to build a house and settle
Deal over the extension of slavery
People in a territory decide for themselves whether to allow…
Mason-Dixon Line
Boundary between slave and free states east of the Appalachia…
Homestead
Land on which to build a house and settle
History Civil War Unit
Wilmot Proviso
Kansas Nebraska Act/ Bloody Kansas
Missouri Compromise
Compromise of 1850
Anti- slavery declaration designed to get rid of slavery in M…
1854-1861... Stephen Douglas wants to build a transcontinental r…
1818-- Missouri petitions to enter as a slave state, so serie…
package of 5 bills designed to end tension between slave and…
Wilmot Proviso
Anti- slavery declaration designed to get rid of slavery in M…
Kansas Nebraska Act/ Bloody Kansas
1854-1861... Stephen Douglas wants to build a transcontinental r…
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History Civil War Unit
South perceptions
North perceptions
The Civil War was the last of the...
Why was The Civil War considered an ol…
North would not fight if they did it would be a quick war... En…
It would be a quick war ... God was on their side
Old wars and the first of the new
Last war were calvery plays a role... Chivalrous respect for the…
South perceptions
North would not fight if they did it would be a quick war... En…
North perceptions
It would be a quick war ... God was on their side
History Unit 4 Civil War
Cotton Belt States
The three crops dominated southern agr…
Cotton Gin's job
1790s demands for American cotton bega…
Eastern Texas up to Virginia
tobacco, rice and indigo
removing the seed from short staple cotton
Great Britain new textile factories need raw cotton to make c…
Cotton Belt States
Eastern Texas up to Virginia
The three crops dominated southern agr…
tobacco, rice and indigo
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Unit 6 History Civil War
Wilmot Proviso (1846)
Free Soil Party
"Conscience" Whigs
Gold Rush
a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to the Un…
Formed in 1847 - 1848, dedicated to opposing slavery in newly…
a faction of the Whig Party in the state of Massachusetts not…
a period from1848 to 1856 when thousands of people came to Ca…
Wilmot Proviso (1846)
a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to the Un…
Free Soil Party
Formed in 1847 - 1848, dedicated to opposing slavery in newly…
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American History (Civil War Unit)
USA
CSA
Washington, DC
Richmond, Virginia
United States of America (North, Union)
Confederate States of America (South)
Capital of the North
Capital of the South
USA
United States of America (North, Union)
CSA
Confederate States of America (South)
History Terms for Civil War Unit
Cotton Gin
Secede
Fugitive
Jefferson Davis
A machine that separates the seeds of the cotton plants from…
withdraw formally from membership in a federal union, an alli…
a person who has escaped from a place or is in hiding, especi…
A US Rep and Senator from Mississippi the 23rd US Secretary o…
Cotton Gin
A machine that separates the seeds of the cotton plants from…
Secede
withdraw formally from membership in a federal union, an alli…
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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 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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Unit 5 History: Civil War
Abraham Lincoln-
Jefferson Davis-
"Border states"-
Crittenden compromise-
16th President of the US; the First Republic President; durin…
The first president of the Confederate states of America, whi…
Slave states that supported the Union. Known as Delaware, Mar…
1860 - attempt to prevent Civil War by Senator Crittenden - o…
Abraham Lincoln-
16th President of the US; the First Republic President; durin…
Jefferson Davis-
The first president of the Confederate states of America, whi…
Civil War Unit Quiz - History
life of a slave
slavery's impact on southern economy
historical roots
house slaves
valuable property, treated poorly, live in fear and hatred, n…
average slave $1000-$1800 (between $25000-$50000 today), $5 b…
1st slaves brought to America by dutch merchants, constitutio…
young girls or "trustworth" older men, clean, cook, care for…
life of a slave
valuable property, treated poorly, live in fear and hatred, n…
slavery's impact on southern economy
average slave $1000-$1800 (between $25000-$50000 today), $5 b…
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History Unit 1 and the Civil War
Marbury VS Madison
Manifest Destiny
California gold rush
Federalist VS antifederalist
Judicial review, court packing.
God given right to expand west from coast to coast.
1849, Everyone rushed west for gold.
Strong government VS People power.
Marbury VS Madison
Judicial review, court packing.
Manifest Destiny
God given right to expand west from coast to coast.
History Unit 1- Civil War
The Dred Scott Decision
John Brown
Charles Sumner
Preston Brooks
Stating slavery can exist everywhere in the U.S.
Hoped to seize weapon wanting to start a slave report.
Abolitionist senator from Massachusetts. Deliverers a speech…
A hot tempered Congressman of South Carolina took vengeance i…
The Dred Scott Decision
Stating slavery can exist everywhere in the U.S.
John Brown
Hoped to seize weapon wanting to start a slave report.
United States History (Civil War)
Which elements of the 1850 Compromise…
John D Rockefeller
Cornelius Vanderbuilt
Andrew Carnegie
That you can own slaves but not trade them.
Born in New York, Provides institutions , trusts and Universi…
States Island New York (Born in 1794). Dominated the railroad…
Born in Scotland November 25th 1835. Provided public librarie…
Which elements of the 1850 Compromise…
That you can own slaves but not trade them.
John D Rockefeller
Born in New York, Provides institutions , trusts and Universi…
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History Unit 11: Civil War
Causes of the Civil War
What was the spark of the civil war?
Meeting in Montgomery:
Who wrote the Crittiden Compromise?
1. Slavery... 2. States rights
Lincolns election
formed the confederacy with Jefferson Davis as president and…
James Buchannen
Causes of the Civil War
1. Slavery... 2. States rights
What was the spark of the civil war?
Lincolns election
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…
US History Civil War Unit
Wilmer McClean
Robert E. Lee
Jefferson Davis
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
war started and ended on his property.
commander of the Confederate troops. loses big at Gettysburg
Confed leader that demanded that Fort Sumter be turned over.
Refused to retreat at Bull Run, got rest of confed troops rol…
Wilmer McClean
war started and ended on his property.
Robert E. Lee
commander of the Confederate troops. loses big at Gettysburg
History Unit 6: Civil War
Union
Confederacy
Blockade
Ironclad
Did not seceded; no slavery
Seceded (withdrew) from the United States; had slavery
an act or means of sealing off a place to prevent goods or pe…
Armored naval vessel
Union
Did not seceded; no slavery
Confederacy
Seceded (withdrew) from the United States; had slavery
US History: Civil War Unit
lesson overlooked by 1526 settlement i…
influence of race on popular culture (…
magnolia myth (Loewen)
textbook errors about slavery (Loewen)
- first non-Native settlers in the united States were black... -…
- Uncle Tom's Cabin... > longest-running play -> abolitionism... >…
- slavery was a social structure of harmony and grace that di…
- said differences over tariffs and internal improvements, bl…
lesson overlooked by 1526 settlement i…
- first non-Native settlers in the united States were black... -…
influence of race on popular culture (…
- Uncle Tom's Cabin... > longest-running play -> abolitionism... >…
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History Unit 5 - Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Stonewall Jackson
Hannibal Hamlin
- elected president in 1860 and 1864 ... - Assassinated in 1865…
- President of the Confederacy ... - Both Davis and Lincoln were…
- Earned his nickname at First Bull Run
- Abraham Lincoln's first Vice President
Abraham Lincoln
- elected president in 1860 and 1864 ... - Assassinated in 1865…
Jefferson Davis
- President of the Confederacy ... - Both Davis and Lincoln were…
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…
History Unit 9: Civil War
Winfield Scott
Anaconda Plan
Lincoln's First Inaugural Address
December 20, 1860
a northern general that developed a TWO-PART plan on how to d…
a plan created by Winfield Scott with two parts:... destroy conf…
"I have no purpose to interfere with slavery where it already…
date of south Carolina secession
Winfield Scott
a northern general that developed a TWO-PART plan on how to d…
Anaconda Plan
a plan created by Winfield Scott with two parts:... destroy conf…
Unit 1 Civil War (History)
popular sovereignty
sectionalism
secede
Republican Party
the idea that political authority belongs to the people
a devotion to the interests or one geographic region over the…
to formally withdraw from the Union
a political party formed in the 1850s to stop the spread of s…
popular sovereignty
the idea that political authority belongs to the people
sectionalism
a devotion to the interests or one geographic region over the…
History Unit 2 Civil War
free-soil-party
compromise of 1850
popular sovereigty
Harriet Beecher Stowe
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
the author of the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
free-soil-party
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
compromise of 1850
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
History Unit 2 Civil War
free-soil-party
compromise of 1850
popular sovereigty
Harriet Beecher Stowe
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
the author of the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
free-soil-party
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
compromise of 1850
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
History Unit 2 Civil War
free-soil-party
compromise of 1850
popular sovereigty
Harriet Beecher Stowe
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
the author of the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
free-soil-party
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
compromise of 1850
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
History Unit 2 Civil War
free-soil-party
compromise of 1850
popular sovereigty
Harriet Beecher Stowe
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
the author of the novel Uncle Tom's Cabin
free-soil-party
a group organized to prevent the expansion of slavery into th…
compromise of 1850
a measure that admitted California as a free state; -included…
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History unit 2 civil war
Emanancipation proclamation
Louisiana purchase
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
Missouri compromise
Tge executive order made by Lincoln in 1863 that freed all sl…
In 1803 was the acquisition of territory from France that cos…
This treaty ended the Mexican war
Missouri would enter the union as a slave state whileMaine wo…
Emanancipation proclamation
Tge executive order made by Lincoln in 1863 that freed all sl…
Louisiana purchase
In 1803 was the acquisition of territory from France that cos…
History unit 4: civil war
Union
Confederacy
New technology of the civil war includ…
North president
North
South
Muzzle loading rifles... Horse Cavalry... Well-mannered respect for…
Abraham Lincoln
Union
North
Confederacy
South
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American History: Civil War Unit
Popular sovereignty
Henry Clay
Fugitive Slave Act
Missouri Compromise
Policy having people in a state vote directly on issues rathe…
Kentucky Senator who worked on Missouri Compromise.
Allowed the government to arrest any person accused of being…
It took in Main as a free state and Missouri as a slave state…
Popular sovereignty
Policy having people in a state vote directly on issues rathe…
Henry Clay
Kentucky Senator who worked on Missouri Compromise.
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US History Civil War Unit
Wilmer McClean
Robert E. Lee
Jefferson Davis
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
the war started and ended on his property
leader of the confederate army, led troops to Pickett's Charge
president of the confederate states
leader of the confederate army, marches through the Shenandoa…
Wilmer McClean
the war started and ended on his property
Robert E. Lee
leader of the confederate army, led troops to Pickett's Charge
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History Unit 7 (civil war)
Robert E Lee
North econ advt
South econ advt
Legal Tender Act
-wouldnt go against VA... -confed soldier
-higher population... -industry... -more railroads... -control of nati…
-fertile land for cotton and tobacco
create national currency and allow government to issue greenb…
Robert E Lee
-wouldnt go against VA... -confed soldier
North econ advt
-higher population... -industry... -more railroads... -control of nati…
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Unit 2-US History: Civil War
Fort Sumpter
Election of 1860
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Bull Run
Where first shot was fired that began the civil war.
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
Turning point of the War that made it clear the North would w…
July 21, 1861. Va. (outside of D.C.) People watched battle. T…
Fort Sumpter
Where first shot was fired that began the civil war.
Election of 1860
Lincoln, the Republican candidate, won because the Democratic…
History Unit 1: Civil War
Compromise of 1850
Dred Scott Decision
Kansas Nebraska Act
Freeport Doctrine
-Cali admitted free state... -popular sovereignty... -free states i…
Supreme Court ruled that Dred Scott was not a citizen and had…
-divided the Nebraska Territory into Nebraska and Kansas... -rep…
Stephen Douglas insisted that the residents of a territory co…
Compromise of 1850
-Cali admitted free state... -popular sovereignty... -free states i…
Dred Scott Decision
Supreme Court ruled that Dred Scott was not a citizen and had…
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History Unit 16: Civil War
Fort Sumter
Gen. PGT Beauregard
Border States
Gen. Winfield Scott
Started the Civil War, located in Richmond
Served in the Mexican-American War, and a Confederate General…
Kentucky, Maryland, Delaware, and Missouri were the Border Sa…
Union General who fought in the battle of Fort Sumter, and ca…
Fort Sumter
Started the Civil War, located in Richmond
Gen. PGT Beauregard
Served in the Mexican-American War, and a Confederate General…
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History - Unit 8 - The Civil War
Life in the North was very different f…
_____, a Massachusetts schoolteacher,…
Thousands of _____ escaped to the Nort…
The ______ made it a criminal offense…
slavery... small... factories... large... plantations... cotton... tobacco
Eli Whitney... cotton gin... seeds... cloth... England... France
slaves... Underground Railroad... route... stations... Harriet Tubman... con…
Fugitive Slave Law... escaped... abolitionists... Harriet Beecher Stow…
Life in the North was very different f…
slavery... small... factories... large... plantations... cotton... tobacco
_____, a Massachusetts schoolteacher,…
Eli Whitney... cotton gin... seeds... cloth... England... France
Unit 6 History- Civil War
Fort Sumter
Gettysburg
Hampton Roads
Antietam
First major conflict; led to more states joining the confeder…
Fought in Pennsylvania; most casualties of any battle in us h…
First battle between two ironclad ships
Union 'victory' led to Lincoln issuing the emancipation procl…
Fort Sumter
First major conflict; led to more states joining the confeder…
Gettysburg
Fought in Pennsylvania; most casualties of any battle in us h…
History unit 2 civil war
Whiskey Rebellion
Federalist Party
Democratic-Republicans
manifest destiny
alcohol outlawed... George Washington sent military to crush reb…
led by Alexander Hamilton... large federal government w/ wide po…
led by Thomas Jefferson... small centralized government w/ limit…
the combination of nationalism and expansionism, belief that…
Whiskey Rebellion
alcohol outlawed... George Washington sent military to crush reb…
Federalist Party
led by Alexander Hamilton... large federal government w/ wide po…
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Unit 5: Civil War/Reconstruction (US History)
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln
Clara Barton
General McClellan
President of the Confederate States of America
Won the Presidential Election of 1860, 16th President
Union nurse and founder of the Red Cross
Commander of the Union forces who demanded troops be given a…
Jefferson Davis
President of the Confederate States of America
Abraham Lincoln
Won the Presidential Election of 1860, 16th President
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U.s. History - Unit 6 - Civil War
Confederate States of America
Fort Sumter
Bull Run
Antietam
A republic formed in February of 1861 and composed of the ele…
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
1st real battle, Confederate victory, Washingtonian spectator…
A battle near a sluggish little creek, it proved to be the bl…
Confederate States of America
A republic formed in February of 1861 and composed of the ele…
Fort Sumter
Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina; the…
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Unit 6 History Civil War
Wilmot Proviso (1846)
Free Soil Party
"Conscience" Whigs
Gold Rush
a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to the Un…
Formed in 1847 - 1848, dedicated to opposing slavery in newly…
a faction of the Whig Party in the state of Massachusetts not…
a period from1848 to 1856 when thousands of people came to Ca…
Wilmot Proviso (1846)
a proposal to outlaw slavery in the territory added to the Un…
Free Soil Party
Formed in 1847 - 1848, dedicated to opposing slavery in newly…
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Unit 5 History The civil war
Wilmot Proviso
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Popular Sovereignty
Bleeding Kansas
A PA senator who proposed to ban slavery in the new lands ced…
Proposed by Stephan Douglas... Said Nebraska Territories need to…
A vote decided by the people
New England Emigrant Aid Company sent settlers to fight again…
Wilmot Proviso
A PA senator who proposed to ban slavery in the new lands ced…
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Proposed by Stephan Douglas... Said Nebraska Territories need to…
Civil War History Unit 1
Secession
Sectionalism
Know-Nothing party
Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the…
To remove ones self or break away from a governing body espec…
The geographical split of a geographical area.
An political party of Americans during the late 1840's and ea…
A piece of Anti-Slavery literature written by David Walker. T…
Secession
To remove ones self or break away from a governing body espec…
Sectionalism
The geographical split of a geographical area.
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US History: Civil War Unit
Kansas Nebraska Act
Compromise of 1850
Bleeding Kansas
Charles Sumner
...
...
...
...
Kansas Nebraska Act
...
Compromise of 1850
...
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Unit 6 History Civil War
First major conflict which led to more…
Battle fought in Pennsylvania which ha…
First battle between two ironclad ships
Union victory that had the most casual…
Fort Sumter
Battle of Antietam
Battle of Hampton Roads
Battle of Antietam
First major conflict which led to more…
Fort Sumter
Battle fought in Pennsylvania which ha…
Battle of Antietam
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Civil War History--Unit 3
McClellan's successor as commander of…
Union problems at the Battle of Fredri…
Groups & individuals who tried to unde…
Union strategy to take Vicksburg in la…
Ambrose Burnside
-having to wait for pontoons... -Lee's entrenched position at Ma…
-Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase... -Radical Republica…
-U.S. Grant moving south from Tennessee... -Nathaniel Banks movi…
McClellan's successor as commander of…
Ambrose Burnside
Union problems at the Battle of Fredri…
-having to wait for pontoons... -Lee's entrenched position at Ma…
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Civil War-History Unit 8
Strengths of the Union/North
Weaknesses of the Union
Strengths of the Confederacy/South
Weaknesses of the Confederacy
*industrialized (100,000 factories)... *6x more railroads than t…
*trouble with generals (not very good, unwilling to fight)... *m…
*fighting for their homes and way of life... *better generals (2…
*little manufacturing (less than 10,000 factories)... *one major…
Strengths of the Union/North
*industrialized (100,000 factories)... *6x more railroads than t…
Weaknesses of the Union
*trouble with generals (not very good, unwilling to fight)... *m…
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