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U.S. Honors- Civil War
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive Slave Act
Dred Scott v Sanford
Freeport Doctrine
The Fugitive Slave Act was amended and the slave trade in Was…
The fugitive slave laws were laws passed by the United States…
Ruling repeals MI compromise; slaves are property, not citize…
Douglas argued that a territory had the right to exclude slav…
Compromise of 1850
The Fugitive Slave Act was amended and the slave trade in Was…
Fugitive Slave Act
The fugitive slave laws were laws passed by the United States…
U.S. History Honors Civil War Vocabulary
Fugitive Slave Act
Wilmont Proviso
Free-Soil Party
Popular Sovereignty
Citizens had to assist with the capture of runaway slaves, if…
Proposed, but rejected, the 1864 bill that would have banned…
An anti-slavery political party of the 1800's
Principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
Fugitive Slave Act
Citizens had to assist with the capture of runaway slaves, if…
Wilmont Proviso
Proposed, but rejected, the 1864 bill that would have banned…
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U.S. History Honors Unit 1 Civil War/Reconstruction
Sectionalism
Abolitionists
Missouri Compromise
Compromise of 1850
Undue concern of local interests at an expense of general wel…
Person fighting to end slavery
1 free state for every slave state
US passed bills regarding slaves leading to a confrontation b…
Sectionalism
Undue concern of local interests at an expense of general wel…
Abolitionists
Person fighting to end slavery
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honors u.s. history: civil war
confederate states
border states
northern economy
southern economy
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louis…
Missouri, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky
- first income tax in the nation's history (paid for 2/3 of t…
- "cotton kingdom collapsed"... -bonds... -biggest source of revenu…
confederate states
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louis…
border states
Missouri, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky
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U.S. History Honors Civil War/Reconstruction
Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction
Johnson's plan for Reconstruction
Congress' plan for Reconstruction
Lincoln declares that the slaves in the Confederate are now f…
pardon all Confederates except high ranking officials. after…
wanted to break planter's power by excluding high ranking Con…
divide the Confederate states into 5 military zones and send…
Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln declares that the slaves in the Confederate are now f…
Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction
pardon all Confederates except high ranking officials. after…
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Honors U.S. History Civil War
Free States
Slave States
California
Compromise of 1850
Without slavery
With slavery
- Gold rush led to skipping the territory step... - California b…
- California is admitted as a free state... - Utah and New Mexic…
Free States
Without slavery
Slave States
With slavery
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honors u.s. history: pre-civil war
articles of confederation
declaration of independence
u.s. constitution
shays' rebellion
- unicameral Congress (only one branch of govt.)... -13 out of 1…
-drafted by thomas jefferson in 1776 ... - has five sections ... -g…
- in 1787, 55 delegates meet at Pennsylvania State House ... -Wa…
-1786 to 1787... - led by daniel shays, a western MA farmer (als…
articles of confederation
- unicameral Congress (only one branch of govt.)... -13 out of 1…
declaration of independence
-drafted by thomas jefferson in 1776 ... - has five sections ... -g…
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Honors U.S. History Civil War and Reconstruction
Sectionalism
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Frederick Douglas
William Lloyd Garrison
Loyalty to a region
Allowed Missouri to enter the union as a slave state, Maine t…
(1817-1895) American abolitionist and writer, he escaped slav…
1805-1879. Prominent American abolitionist, journalist and so…
Sectionalism
Loyalty to a region
Missouri Compromise (1820)
Allowed Missouri to enter the union as a slave state, Maine t…
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Honors U.S. History 2: Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Republican
40%
Andrew Johnson
16th president.
Lincoln's political party.
How much of the popular vote did Lincoln have at the start of…
Lincoln's VP.
Abraham Lincoln
16th president.
Republican
Lincoln's political party.
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U.S. History Honors - Civil War and Battles
Fort Sumter When
Fort Sumter Location
Union Leader at Fort Sumter
Confederate Leader at Fort Sumter
1861
Charleston, SC
Robert Anderson
PGT Beauregard
Fort Sumter When
1861
Fort Sumter Location
Charleston, SC
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Civil War Test- Honors U.S.
confederate states
border states
northern economy
southern economy
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louis…
Missouri, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky
- first income tax in the nation's history (paid for 2/3 of t…
- "cotton kingdom collapsed"... -bonds... -biggest source of revenu…
confederate states
South Carolina, Florida, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louis…
border states
Missouri, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky
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U.S. History 1 Honors - Civil War
secession
Lincolns inaugural address
The C.S.A.
fort sumter
when a state leaves the union
Lincoln says secession is illegal
the Confederate States of America, formed from the states tha…
Fort attacked by confederate forces, caused more states to se…
secession
when a state leaves the union
Lincolns inaugural address
Lincoln says secession is illegal
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U.S. History Honors- civil war and reconstruction
Abolition (movement)
Compromise of 1850
Fugitive slave act
Confederacy (confederate states of ame…
19th century movement that sought an end to slavery
Political agreement that allowed California to be admitted as…
Passed on September 18, 1850 as part of the compromise of 185…
The American Civil War was a civil war in the United States f…
Abolition (movement)
19th century movement that sought an end to slavery
Compromise of 1850
Political agreement that allowed California to be admitted as…
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U.S. History Honors Civil War
Years of the Civil War
Ft. Sumter
When did Emancipation Proclamation go…
What event caused The Republican party…
1861-1865
April 12, 1861
January 1, 1863
Kansas- Nebraska Act
Years of the Civil War
1861-1865
Ft. Sumter
April 12, 1861
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Honors U.S History- American Civil War
Fort Sumter
Union strength includes...
Confederacy strength includes...
The Anaconda Plan
SOUTH CAROLINA... First Official shots fired between North and S…
Resources, Manpower, Factories, Food, Railroad
Resources, King Cotton, Generals, Motivation
Surround southern borders to cut off help and supplies, captu…
Fort Sumter
SOUTH CAROLINA... First Official shots fired between North and S…
Union strength includes...
Resources, Manpower, Factories, Food, Railroad
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Honors U.S History - The Civil War Quiz
What profession grew substantially wit…
How did the Civil War affect states' r…
After the Battle of Gettysburg, the so…
Where did Lee finally surrender to Gra…
Nursing
The supremacy of the federal government over the states was f…
Never again fought on Union Soil.
Appomattox Court House
What profession grew substantially wit…
Nursing
How did the Civil War affect states' r…
The supremacy of the federal government over the states was f…
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Chapter 11: Civil War (U.S. honors history)
Fort Sumter
Anaconda plan
bull run
Stonewall Jackson
federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina ; th…
union war plan that called for a blockade of the southern coa…
1st real battle of the civil war the confederates win then th…
nickname for General Thomas J. Jackson, he was the commander…
Fort Sumter
federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina ; th…
Anaconda plan
union war plan that called for a blockade of the southern coa…
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Honor U.S. History: Civil War Test
Nat Turner
Jefferson Davis
John Brown
George McCleanan
slave who led a rebellion and killed slave master and their f…
president of the Confederacy, was not that good compared to L…
tried to lead a rebellion, stole weapons at Harper's ferry, t…
general who Lincoln did not like, did not go after the Confed…
Nat Turner
slave who led a rebellion and killed slave master and their f…
Jefferson Davis
president of the Confederacy, was not that good compared to L…
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U.S. History Honors ~ Unit 6: Session and the Civil War
George McClellan
Robert E. Lee
Ulysses S. Grant
George Pickett
Very good at training men; always made excuses for not going…
Confederate General who surrendered at Appomattox
Hired and fired twice, famous for his heavy losses
Southern general who made a failed attempt at charging toward…
George McClellan
Very good at training men; always made excuses for not going…
Robert E. Lee
Confederate General who surrendered at Appomattox
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Honors U.S. History 2: Pre-Civil War
Sectionalism
The California Question
Henry Clay
California
Devotion to the interests of one region instead of to the cou…
Will California be admitted to the Union, upsetting the balan…
Who wrote the Compromise of 1850?
First territory from the Mexican Cession to ask for admission…
Sectionalism
Devotion to the interests of one region instead of to the cou…
The California Question
Will California be admitted to the Union, upsetting the balan…
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Honors U.S. History test new nation to civil war
uncle toms cabin
Emancipation proclamation? border terr…
Important union generals:
Important confederate generals:
purpose was to draw attention to morals and ethics of slavery…
This changed the focus of the war. It was no longer about reb…
Ulysses S. Grant, William T Sherman-marched to sea and burned…
Robert E Lee, Stonewall Jackson
uncle toms cabin
purpose was to draw attention to morals and ethics of slavery…
Emancipation proclamation? border terr…
This changed the focus of the war. It was no longer about reb…
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Honors U.S. History-The Civil War Unit Test
Calra Barton
Mary Ann Bickerdyke
John Wilkes Booth
Mathew Brady
Began attending to wounded Union soldiers after Bull Run.... Rea…
Only woman allowed in Sherman's camps. ... Helped run army field…
Shot and killed President Lincoln at Ford's Theater in April,…
Photographer. ... Documented the carnage of the civil war. ... Beca…
Calra Barton
Began attending to wounded Union soldiers after Bull Run.... Rea…
Mary Ann Bickerdyke
Only woman allowed in Sherman's camps. ... Helped run army field…
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U.S. History Honors Civil war unit test
who was the most famous conductor of t…
All of the following were advantages t…
What did the Emancipation Proclamation…
The north's strategy for the civil war…
Harriet Tubman
Cash crops such as cotton
Freed all slaves in southern states at war with the union
Anaconda plan
who was the most famous conductor of t…
Harriet Tubman
All of the following were advantages t…
Cash crops such as cotton
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U.S.Civil War
plantations
slavery
rebellious
gourd
large farms where crops are raised
the practice of forcing people to work without pay as enslave…
resisting or fighting, being controlled by someone else
a plant whose hard-shelled fruit is sometimes dried and hollo…
plantations
large farms where crops are raised
slavery
the practice of forcing people to work without pay as enslave…
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U.S. Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Richmond, VA
Washington D.C.
Leader/President of the Union/North
Leader/President of the Confederacy/South
Capitol of the Confederacy/South
Capitol of the Union/North
Abraham Lincoln
Leader/President of the Union/North
Jefferson Davis
Leader/President of the Confederacy/South
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Honors U.S HistoryTest-The Cold War+Civil Rights
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Truman Doctrine
Marshall plan
McCarthy
Increased troops to vietnam
Helped European countries resist communism
Secured allies for the u.s
Accused people of being communists
Gulf of Tonkin Resolution
Increased troops to vietnam
Truman Doctrine
Helped European countries resist communism
civil war in the u.s
north
south
lowell,massachusettes
uncle toms cabin
industrialized
farming and plantations
first city to be built around industrialization
exposed the horror of slavery
north
industrialized
south
farming and plantations
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U.S Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Ulysses S Grant
Robert E Lee
Leader of the Union
Leader of the Confederates
Worked with Abraham to lead the Union
Commanded the confederate army
Abraham Lincoln
Leader of the Union
Jefferson Davis
Leader of the Confederates
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U.S. Civil War
Secession
Popular Sovereignty
Underground railroads
Harriet Tubman
The formal withdrawal of a state from a Union - South threate…
The right to vote for or against slavery (for residents of Ne…
Slaves escape routes when trying to runaway - abolitionists h…
Former slave who conducted slaves in running to their freedom…
Secession
The formal withdrawal of a state from a Union - South threate…
Popular Sovereignty
The right to vote for or against slavery (for residents of Ne…
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The U.S. Civil War
when did the civil war begin?
Who was confederate officer who ordere…
How long did it take Fort Sumter to su…
Along what creek did Confederate solde…
April 12th 1861
Edmond Ruffin
34 hours
Bull Run Creek
when did the civil war begin?
April 12th 1861
Who was confederate officer who ordere…
Edmond Ruffin
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U.S. History - Civil War
Emancipation Proclamation
Anaconda Plan
Gettysburg
Gettysburg Address
Lincoln's plan to free the slaves in the Confederate states,…
The Union war strategy to blockade the South's coast, take co…
A terrible, awful three day battle in July 1863 that changed…
Lincoln's famous short speech that honored the fallen soldier…
Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln's plan to free the slaves in the Confederate states,…
Anaconda Plan
The Union war strategy to blockade the South's coast, take co…
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U.S. Civil War
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Anaconda Plan
Ended slavery
People born in the U.S. are citizens entitled to civil rights
Gave black men the right to vote, while women were unsuccessf…
Union's plan to surround the confederacy
13th Amendment
Ended slavery
14th Amendment
People born in the U.S. are citizens entitled to civil rights
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U.S. Civil War
Where was Fort Sumter?
When was Fort Sumter attacked?
What is the lame duck period?
What did the 20th Amendment change in…
-Charleston, S.C.
-April 12, 1861
-Period between an election and inauguration
March 4th inaugural changed to January 20
Where was Fort Sumter?
-Charleston, S.C.
When was Fort Sumter attacked?
-April 12, 1861
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U.S Civil War
Popular Sovereignty
suffrage
Abolitionists
border states
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
The right to vote in political elections
people who want to abolish-get rid of slavery
they border north and south, have slavery but are not to conc…
Popular Sovereignty
principle in which the people are the only source of governme…
suffrage
The right to vote in political elections
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U.S. Civil War
civil war
North
South
amendment
war inside a country; war between parts or people of the same…
Northern states in the US Civil War; also called the Union or…
Southern states in the US Civil War; also called the Confeder…
a change to the Constitution (the laws of the United States)
civil war
war inside a country; war between parts or people of the same…
North
Northern states in the US Civil War; also called the Union or…
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U.S. Civil War
civil war
North
South
amendment
war inside a country; war between parts or people of the same…
Northern states in the US Civil War; also called the Union or…
Southern states in the US Civil War; also called the Confeder…
a change to the Constitution (the laws of the United States)
civil war
war inside a country; war between parts or people of the same…
North
Northern states in the US Civil War; also called the Union or…
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u.s civil war
irwin mcdowell
winfield scott
thomas j jackson
war of exhaustion
Union general in First Battle of Bull Run/Manassas who decide…
"Old Fuss and Feathers," whose conquest of Mexico City brough…
Confederate commander who helped the South win Bull Run. Nick…
a new kind of warfare that was introduced during the civil wa…
irwin mcdowell
Union general in First Battle of Bull Run/Manassas who decide…
winfield scott
"Old Fuss and Feathers," whose conquest of Mexico City brough…
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U. S. Civil War
Compromise of 1850
1st Bull Run
Antietam
Peninsula Campaign
1. California admitted to the Union as a free state... 2. Popula…
First major battle of the civil war
Bloodiest single day battle of the civil war
Unions loaded on ships and planned on marching to Richmond to…
Compromise of 1850
1. California admitted to the Union as a free state... 2. Popula…
1st Bull Run
First major battle of the civil war
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The U.S. Civil War
Maine
Nat Turner
David Wilmot
Compromise of 1850
Missouri was admitted as a slave state and ____ was admitted…
In August of 1831, a slave named ____ incited an uprising tha…
____ introduced a piece of legislation to outlaw slavery in t…
____ banned slave trade in Washington DC.
Maine
Missouri was admitted as a slave state and ____ was admitted…
Nat Turner
In August of 1831, a slave named ____ incited an uprising tha…
60 terms
U.S. Civil War
President of Confederacy
Confederate leader at Ft. Sumter
Lincoln called for __ volunteers
Chief Justice who said Lincoln exceede…
Jefferson Davis
Pierre Beauregard
75000
Roger Taney
President of Confederacy
Jefferson Davis
Confederate leader at Ft. Sumter
Pierre Beauregard
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The U.S. Civil War
In the growth years following the 1803…
_introduced a piece of legislation to…
The_said Blacks were not U.S citizens.…
Although John Brown captured the arsen…
Maine
David Wilmot
Dred Scott Decision
Robert E. Lee
In the growth years following the 1803…
Maine
_introduced a piece of legislation to…
David Wilmot
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U.S. Civil War
What are the five reasons that the war…
Lincoln facts for the Election of 1860
Breckenridge facts for the Election of…
Bell facts for the Election of 1860
1. Economic reasons... 2. Extremists/Fanaticism... 3. Slavery... 4. St…
Republican, Supported by North, Against Slavery
Southern Democrat, Supported by South, For Slavery
Constitutional Union Party, Supported by Middle States, For t…
What are the five reasons that the war…
1. Economic reasons... 2. Extremists/Fanaticism... 3. Slavery... 4. St…
Lincoln facts for the Election of 1860
Republican, Supported by North, Against Slavery
10 terms
U.S. Civil War
Robert E. Lee
Ulysses S. Grant
Abraham Lincoln
Appomattox Courthouse
American general of the South (also fought in the Mexican-Ame…
American general of the North (also fought in the Mexican-Ame…
President during the Civil War (wrote the Emancipation Procla…
Where Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant
Robert E. Lee
American general of the South (also fought in the Mexican-Ame…
Ulysses S. Grant
American general of the North (also fought in the Mexican-Ame…
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The U.S Civil War
What did lincoln order his army to do…
What did virginia, North Carolina, Ten…
What was the capital of the CSA
What slave states decided to stay with…
To keep the union together
They joined the confederacy
Richmond Virginia
Delaware Kentucky Maryland and Missouri
What did lincoln order his army to do…
To keep the union together
What did virginia, North Carolina, Ten…
They joined the confederacy
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Cold War/1950s-Honors U.S.
George Kennan
Containment
Marshall Plan
Warsaw Pact
American Advisor, Diplomat, And Historian, Known best as an a…
The action of keeping something harmful under CONTROL or with…
The American anitiative to AID Europe and Asia, in which the…
A collective defense treaty among eight communist states of c…
George Kennan
American Advisor, Diplomat, And Historian, Known best as an a…
Containment
The action of keeping something harmful under CONTROL or with…
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U.S. 3 - The Civil War
popular sovereignty
Dred Scott
Election of 1860
South Carolina
the process of letting individual states decide the issue of…
Slave that sued for his freedom. (Supreme Court ruled that bl…
put Abraham Lincoln in the White House without a single south…
1st state to secede due to fears that Lincoln would end slave…
popular sovereignty
the process of letting individual states decide the issue of…
Dred Scott
Slave that sued for his freedom. (Supreme Court ruled that bl…
20 terms
World War 1-Honors U.S.
Main causes
Triple Alliance
Triple Entente
CPI
M.A.I.N... Militarism ... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
The military alliance made between Austria-Hungary, Germany a…
The military alliance formed between Britain, France and the…
Committee on Public Information - government agency created d…
Main causes
M.A.I.N... Militarism ... Alliances... Imperialism... Nationalism
Triple Alliance
The military alliance made between Austria-Hungary, Germany a…
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Antebellum/Pre-Civil War Vocabulary (1820-1860) U.S. History Honors
Antebellum
Compromise of 1820/Missouri Compromise
yeoman
Eli Whitney
A term often used to describe the United States of America be…
A settlement of a dispute between slave and free states, cont…
A man holding and cultivating a small landed estate
An American inventor best known for inventing the cotton gin.
Antebellum
A term often used to describe the United States of America be…
Compromise of 1820/Missouri Compromise
A settlement of a dispute between slave and free states, cont…
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U.S. History Civil War
Election of 1860 - know the four candi…
Secession - first state to secede
Fort Sumter
Abraham Lincoln
Lincoln (Republican), John C. Breckinridge (Southern Democrat…
South Carolina in December 1860
On April 12, 1861, South Carolina troops attacked in the harb…
President during Civil War... Emancipation Proclamation... Was a Wh…
Election of 1860 - know the four candi…
Lincoln (Republican), John C. Breckinridge (Southern Democrat…
Secession - first state to secede
South Carolina in December 1860
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Civil War (Chapter 4, U.S.)
sectionalism
habeas corpus
Anaconda Plan
Andersonville
dividing of states along the lines of slavery; slavery issue…
constitutional guarantee that no one can be held in prison wi…
northern Civil War strategy to starve the South by blockading…
Confederate Civil War prison in Andersonville, Georgia
sectionalism
dividing of states along the lines of slavery; slavery issue…
habeas corpus
constitutional guarantee that no one can be held in prison wi…
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