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AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
The Impending Crisis of the South
Freeport Doctrine
Crittenden Compromise
16th President
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
Idea authored by Stephen Douglas that claimed slavery could o…
1860 - attempt to prevent Civil War by Senator Crittenden - o…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
The Impending Crisis of the South
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
28 terms
AP US. History Civil war
Place of the last battle Lee's army fo…
March from Atlanta to Georgia by Inion…
Turning point. Union defeated Lee's co…
Bloodied battle in history. 6000 kille…
Appomattox Courthouse
March to the Sea
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Antietam
Place of the last battle Lee's army fo…
Appomattox Courthouse
March from Atlanta to Georgia by Inion…
March to the Sea
90 terms
AP US History- Civil War
1st capital of the Confederacy
2nd capital of the Confederacy
4 slave states that stayed in the Union
How did West Virginia form?
Montgomery, Alabama
Richmond, Virginia
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware
They broke away from Virginia because they were Appalachian w…
1st capital of the Confederacy
Montgomery, Alabama
2nd capital of the Confederacy
Richmond, Virginia
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AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
The Impending Crisis of the South
Freeport Doctrine
Crittenden Compromise
16th President
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
Idea authored by Stephen Douglas that claimed slavery could o…
1860 - attempt to prevent Civil War by Senator Crittenden - o…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
The Impending Crisis of the South
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Monitor vs. Virginia
Battle of Bull Run
Battle of Gettysburg
16th President
After several hours of fighting neither ironclad was damaged…
July 21, 1861. Va. (outside of D.C.) People watched battle. T…
Turning point of the War that made it clear the North would w…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
Monitor vs. Virginia
After several hours of fighting neither ironclad was damaged…
53 terms
AP US History Civil War
uncle tom's cabin
brooks-sumner incident
vicksburg
gettysburg
harriet beecher stowe, religious, showed horrors of slavery
1865, sumner made abolitionist speech insulting andrew butler…
1863, union gains MS river and split confederacy - grant star…
1863; PA; meade vs lee; high cost in lives; union victory; me…
uncle tom's cabin
harriet beecher stowe, religious, showed horrors of slavery
brooks-sumner incident
1865, sumner made abolitionist speech insulting andrew butler…
AP US History- Civil War
1st capital of the Confederacy
2nd capital of the Confederacy
4 slave states that stayed in the Union
How did West Virginia form?
Montgomery, Alabama
Richmond, Virginia
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware
They broke away from Virginia because they were Appalachian w…
1st capital of the Confederacy
Montgomery, Alabama
2nd capital of the Confederacy
Richmond, Virginia
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AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
Bleeding Kansas
Rise in Political Tensions (Sumner vs.…
16th President
Said the settlers in the two territories would vote whether t…
Conflict over the expansion of slavery into the Kansas Territ…
Sen. Sumner and Southern Rep. Brooks ... Brooks beats Sumner unc…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
Said the settlers in the two territories would vote whether t…
AP US History- Civil War
1st capital of the Confederacy
2nd capital of the Confederacy
4 slave states that stayed in the Union
How did West Virginia form?
Montgomery, Alabama
Richmond, Virginia
Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware
They broke away from Virginia because they were Appalachian w…
1st capital of the Confederacy
Montgomery, Alabama
2nd capital of the Confederacy
Richmond, Virginia
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AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
Battle of Bull Run
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Antietam
16th President
-July 21, 1861... -Manassas, VA ... -People watched battle... -Thomas…
-July 1-3, 1863... -Gettysburg, PA... -Day 1: Confederates defense,…
Civil War battle in which the North suceedeed in halting Lee'…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
Battle of Bull Run
-July 21, 1861... -Manassas, VA ... -People watched battle... -Thomas…
AP US. History Civil war
Place of the last battle Lee's army fo…
March from Atlanta to Georgia by Inion…
Turning point. Union defeated Lee's co…
Bloodied battle in history. 6000 kille…
Appomattox Courthouse
March to the Sea
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Antietam
Place of the last battle Lee's army fo…
Appomattox Courthouse
March from Atlanta to Georgia by Inion…
March to the Sea
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8. Civil War and Reconstruction (HDHS AP US History)
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Appomattox Courthouse
Abolished slavery. First of three "Reconstruction Amendments"…
(1) All persons born in the U.S. are citizens; (2) no person…
Citizens cannot be denied the right to vote because of race,…
Famous as the site of the surrender of the Confederate Army u…
13th Amendment
Abolished slavery. First of three "Reconstruction Amendments"…
14th Amendment
(1) All persons born in the U.S. are citizens; (2) no person…
150 terms
AP US History Civil War Terms
Tennesse
blockade
Charleston
cotton
this State of the Upper South seceded after the fall of Fort…
set up by the Union navy to prevent cotton shipments from lea…
Confederate forces attacked Fort Sumter from this city
southerners believed this was "King"
Tennesse
this State of the Upper South seceded after the fall of Fort…
blockade
set up by the Union navy to prevent cotton shipments from lea…
Civil War Test AP US History
Popular Sovereignty
Wilmot Proviso
Free Soil Party
Underground Railroad
The concept that a States people should vote whether to be a…
Dispute over whether any Mexican territory that America won d…
formed from the remnants of the Liberty Party in 1848; adopti…
a system that helped enslaved African Americans follow a netw…
Popular Sovereignty
The concept that a States people should vote whether to be a…
Wilmot Proviso
Dispute over whether any Mexican territory that America won d…
AP US History - The Civil War
Abraham Lincoln
The Impending Crisis of the South
Freeport Doctrine
Crittenden Compromise
16th President
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
Idea authored by Stephen Douglas that claimed slavery could o…
1860 - attempt to prevent Civil War by Senator Crittenden - o…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President
The Impending Crisis of the South
A book written by Hinton Helper. Helper hated both slavery an…
AP US HISTORY: The Civil War
William Lloyd Garrison
Frederick Douglass
Nat Turner
Manifest Destiny
The Liberator, fierce abolitionist
former slave, became free. The North Star.
Black Christian preacher, killed many white people using axes…
begins the conflict with the mexicans
William Lloyd Garrison
The Liberator, fierce abolitionist
Frederick Douglass
former slave, became free. The North Star.
AP US History: The Civil War
Advantages of the South
Problems of the South
North advantages
North disadvantages
*Military leadership is better than North... *Common cause-fough…
*No Navy... *No public allies... *Small population
*Large population... *Large Navy... *Large industrial base... ***Great…
*Poor military leadership... ->Obvious in battles east of Appala…
Advantages of the South
*Military leadership is better than North... *Common cause-fough…
Problems of the South
*No Navy... *No public allies... *Small population
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AP US History -- Civil War Begins (I)
Fort Sumter
Robert Anderson
Jefferson Davis
Pierre G. T. Beauregard
Union fort that was attacked by Confederates, starting the Ci…
Union commander at Fort Sumter
President of the Confederacy
Confederate general that led the shelling of Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter
Union fort that was attacked by Confederates, starting the Ci…
Robert Anderson
Union commander at Fort Sumter
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AP us history civil war
Expansion
What was an important reason for early…
Which of the following rivers was clai…
An important result of the Mexican-Ame…
...
the availability of cheap land for the planting of cotton
Rio Grande
Increased ill-will between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces
Expansion
...
What was an important reason for early…
the availability of cheap land for the planting of cotton
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…
90 terms
AP US History: Civil War & Reconstruction
Freedmen
Freedman's Bureau
Presidential Reconstruction
Wade-Davis Bill
former slaves
created 1865... -created to help freedman become independent ... -w…
Lincoln: 10% of southern voters from pre civil war vote to jo…
1864- required 50% of voters from 1860 to pledge alliance to…
Freedmen
former slaves
Freedman's Bureau
created 1865... -created to help freedman become independent ... -w…
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AP US History- Prelude to Civil War
Winner of election of 1840
What happened to Harrison shortly afte…
Harrison's VP
Major idea of Tyler's presidency
William Henry Harrison
He died
John Tyler
Manifest Destiny
Winner of election of 1840
William Henry Harrison
What happened to Harrison shortly afte…
He died
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AP US History: Civil Rights and the Vietnam War
Brown vs Board of Education
Thurgood Marshall
Earl Warren
Little Rock Nine
Supreme Court decision that overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguso…
Leading attorney for NAACP in 1940s and 1950s, who headed the…
Controversial Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1953-1969);…
9 students were barred from entering Central High School in L…
Brown vs Board of Education
Supreme Court decision that overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguso…
Thurgood Marshall
Leading attorney for NAACP in 1940s and 1950s, who headed the…
26 terms
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…
20 terms
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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AP US History-up to civil war
George Washington
Judiciary Act 1789
Tariff 1789
Excise Tax
1789-1797
(GW) Created the federal court system, allowed president to c…
(GW) Hamilton, aka 10 percent tariff, protection of domestic…
(GW) a tax on certain items such as alcohol, tobacco, and gas…
George Washington
1789-1797
Judiciary Act 1789
(GW) Created the federal court system, allowed president to c…
30 terms
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…
43 terms
AP US History: Civil War and Reconstruction
Southern government
Disadvantages for the south
Advantages for the South
Advantages for the North
Davis sought to expand power of the federal government ... suspe…
smaller population... less industrialized ... class tensions with c…
strong military commanders... defensive war ... large coastline ... ti…
industrialized ... navy ... food supply ... railroads... large population
Southern government
Davis sought to expand power of the federal government ... suspe…
Disadvantages for the south
smaller population... less industrialized ... class tensions with c…
US History Civil War & Reconstruction
Abraham Lincoln
Andrew Johnson
William Tecumseh Sherman
Ulysses S. Grant
16th President of the U.S.; elected twice, but assassinated s…
succeeded Lincoln as President and became the first chief exe…
Union general who led "March to the Sea" and used tactic know…
Brilliant general chosen by President Lincoln to lead the Uni…
Abraham Lincoln
16th President of the U.S.; elected twice, but assassinated s…
Andrew Johnson
succeeded Lincoln as President and became the first chief exe…
AP US History: American Civil War
13th Amendment
14th Amendment
15th Amendment
Northwest Land Ordinance
Abolished Slavery. Passed by congress during Abraham Lincoln…
Citizenship to all and "equal protection under the law"; "bil…
Cannot be denied the right to vote, based on race, color, or…
1787, standardized system whereby settlers could purchase tit…
13th Amendment
Abolished Slavery. Passed by congress during Abraham Lincoln…
14th Amendment
Citizenship to all and "equal protection under the law"; "bil…
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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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AP US History- Civil War Era
Alamo
Annexation of Texas
54 40 or fight
John C. Fremont
abandoned mission fortified by volunteers during the revoluti…
occurred after the Texas rebellion in 1836. Led to the Mexica…
political slogan during the 1844 election. demanded the entir…
believed in manifest destiny. Known as the "Pathfinder" becau…
Alamo
abandoned mission fortified by volunteers during the revoluti…
Annexation of Texas
occurred after the Texas rebellion in 1836. Led to the Mexica…
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AP US History -- Civil War Begins (II)
Dorothea Lynde Dix
Clara Barton
Salmon P. Chase
Homestead Act of 1862
Union army's first superintendent of women nurses
helped found the American Red Cross
secretary of the Treasury who added "In God We Trust" to Amer…
act granting 160 acres of land to settlers who agreed to work…
Dorothea Lynde Dix
Union army's first superintendent of women nurses
Clara Barton
helped found the American Red Cross
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AP US History: Civil War and Reconstruction
Southern government
Disadvantages for the south
Advantages for the South
Advantages for the North
Davis sought to expand power of the federal government ... suspe…
smaller population... less industrialized ... class tensions with c…
strong military commanders... defensive war ... large coastline ... ti…
industrialized ... navy ... food supply ... railroads... large population
Southern government
Davis sought to expand power of the federal government ... suspe…
Disadvantages for the south
smaller population... less industrialized ... class tensions with c…
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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…
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Midterm AP US History: Civil War and Reconstruction
How did Eli Whitney's cotton gin "scra…
What was meant by "cotton is king!"?
What is meant by the "planter aristocr…
What were the "cancers in the bosom of…
This made possible wide-scale cultivation of short-staple cot…
Britain was tied to South by cotton threads (this gave south…
Oligarchy (govt. by the few)... This group enjoyed lion's share…
Plantation agriculture was wasteful.... Monopolistic economy ... Fi…
How did Eli Whitney's cotton gin "scra…
This made possible wide-scale cultivation of short-staple cot…
What was meant by "cotton is king!"?
Britain was tied to South by cotton threads (this gave south…
AP/ACC US History Civil War Quiz
Winfield Scott
Anaconda Plan
Battle of Bull Run
Robert E. Lee
Union general who came up with Anaconda plan
plan that involved wrapping around the US and applying consta…
first battle of the war (1861), fought in Manassas, Confedera…
leader of Confederate Army
Winfield Scott
Union general who came up with Anaconda plan
Anaconda Plan
plan that involved wrapping around the US and applying consta…
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AP US History: Proximate causes of the civil war
Uncle toms cabin
Kansas and Nebraska act
Bleeding Kansas
Sack of Lawrence Kansas
published in 1852 by Harriet Beecher Stowe. humanized slaves…
1854- Stephen Douglas proposes popular sovereignty for Kansas…
the result of the Kansas-Nebraska act; violent political conf…
when pro-slavery activists attacked and ransacked the town of…
Uncle toms cabin
published in 1852 by Harriet Beecher Stowe. humanized slaves…
Kansas and Nebraska act
1854- Stephen Douglas proposes popular sovereignty for Kansas…
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AP US History: causes of the Civil War
Nations dividing issues
why tariffs were an issue
tariff of 1828
south Carolina exposition and protest
Tariffs and slavery
north favored; south opposed because that would be putting mo…
a protective tariff passed by the U.S. Congress that came to…
"Calhoun's exposition" written Dec 1828 stating that South Ca…
Nations dividing issues
Tariffs and slavery
why tariffs were an issue
north favored; south opposed because that would be putting mo…
75 terms
AP US History: Civil Rights and the Vietnam War
Brown vs Board of Education
Thurgood Marshall
Earl Warren
Little Rock Nine
Supreme Court decision that overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguso…
Leading attorney for NAACP in 1940s and 1950s, who headed the…
Controversial Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1953-1969);…
9 students were barred from entering Central High School in L…
Brown vs Board of Education
Supreme Court decision that overturned the Plessy vs. Ferguso…
Thurgood Marshall
Leading attorney for NAACP in 1940s and 1950s, who headed the…
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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AP US History Chapter 22 civil war
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
At the end of the Civil War, many whit…
Freedom for Southern blacks at the end…
all were eventually pardoned.
utterly devastated.
their view of secession was correct.
haltingly and unevenly in different parts of the conquered Co…
The fate of the Confederate leaders af…
all were eventually pardoned.
In the postwar Sout the economy was:
utterly devastated.
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Chapter 21 "The Furnace of Civil War" --AP US History I
What did Lincoln think when he sent 75…
Why did Lincoln drill his 30,000 troop…
Why did Lincoln want to attack here?
Why is Thomas J Jackson termed "stonew…
That it would be a SHORT battle, of only 90 days. He wished t…
He wanted to attack a Confederate force at BULL RUN (Manassas…
He thought that he could eventually capture RICHMOND (Confede…
Because of the GRAY-CLAD WARRIERS of his that stood like a st…
What did Lincoln think when he sent 75…
That it would be a SHORT battle, of only 90 days. He wished t…
Why did Lincoln drill his 30,000 troop…
He wanted to attack a Confederate force at BULL RUN (Manassas…
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US History- Civil War
What advantages did the North have? (7)
What advantages did the South have? (6)
What was the rise of the republicans?
What does Lincoln do in 1858?
-had more railroads... -had more factories... -had more money... -had…
-cotton... -talented generals... -Familiar battle grounds... -had to d…
1850s:... -people who opposed slavery had no political party... -ga…
-runs for senate... -challenges Stephen Douglas to 7 debates in…
What advantages did the North have? (7)
-had more railroads... -had more factories... -had more money... -had…
What advantages did the South have? (6)
-cotton... -talented generals... -Familiar battle grounds... -had to d…
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AP US History civil war: major battles
Advantages of the Union
Disadvantages of the Union
Advantages of the confederacy
disadvantages of the Confederacy
2.5x the population; 4.4x as many free men; 10x the factory p…
1st income tax made in order to help fund the war
Free from Northern commercial dependence; new industry; lots…
Draft favored the rich by allowing them to buy out through su…
Advantages of the Union
2.5x the population; 4.4x as many free men; 10x the factory p…
Disadvantages of the Union
1st income tax made in order to help fund the war
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…
AP US History Civil War - Tyler Woodward
Compromise of 1850
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Harriet Beecher Stowe; Uncle Tom's Cabin
Underground Railroad
California was admiited as a free slave, the fugitive slave a…
Passed in 1854, it allowed people in the territories of Kansa…
The book that illustrated the hardships of slavery, "the book…
A secret exit to slavery, Runaway slaves would be told to go…
Compromise of 1850
California was admiited as a free slave, the fugitive slave a…
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Passed in 1854, it allowed people in the territories of Kansa…
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AP US History Civil war Generals
Robert E. Lee
Thomas J. Jackson
J.E.B. Stuart
James Longstreet
South. Mexican War.Fought for Virginia. Won at Fredricksburg,…
South. Mexican War. First Bull Run, defeated 3 larger union a…
South. "Ride around McClellan" stealing supplies, cutting tel…
South. Mexican war. Crushing counterattacks.
Robert E. Lee
South. Mexican War.Fought for Virginia. Won at Fredricksburg,…
Thomas J. Jackson
South. Mexican War. First Bull Run, defeated 3 larger union a…
AP US History -- Civil War Begins (I)
Fort Sumter
Robert Anderson
Jefferson Davis
Pierre G. T. Beauregard
Union fort that was attacked by Confederates, starting the Ci…
Union commander at Fort Sumter
President of the Confederacy
Confederate general that led the shelling of Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter
Union fort that was attacked by Confederates, starting the Ci…
Robert Anderson
Union commander at Fort Sumter
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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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