Civil War Review What happened when the Southern

Civil War Review What happened when the Southern

Civil War Review What happened when the Southern states seceded?

n They broke their ties to the United States

forming their own country, called the Confederate States of America. Who was president of the

Confederacy? n

Jefferson Davis What was the Confederacy?

n The slaveholding states that seceded from the Union.

What category did the North have the biggest advantage?

What percent of total population did the South have? During the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln

spoke of the great task remaining before us. This task was to n

to bring the country back together again. What was Ulysses S. Grants

major role in the Civil War? n

To lead the Union army to victory What was a new type of ship used during the war?

n ironclads

He was the leading general of the Confederacy.

Robert E. Lee What was the name of the most famous black regiment?

n 54th Massachusetts, who became famous

during the attack on Fort Wagner. Why did the soldiers from the North have an advantage over soldiers from

the South? n

The North had far more resources than the South. What is the name of the fort

where the Civil War began? Fort Sumter

After this battle, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. It was also the bloodiest day in U.S. History.

The Battle of Antietam The Emancipation Proclamation declared that

n enslaved persons in the Confederate states

would be freed. Which candidate won the most popular votes?

What was the first battle of the Civil War fought on Northern soil?

The Battle of Antietam What new weapons led to an increased casualty rates?

n News rifles and bullets, ironclad ships

This was where the surrender of the Civil War was signed.

Appomattox Court House What advantages did the soldiers from the South have?

They were fighting close to home n They had better generals n They were closer to their supplies

n What body of water is the Siege of Vicksburg near?

Where were most of the battles of the war fought?

How did Gettysburg and Antietam differ from most of the battles fought during the war?

n Both were in the North

What was important about the 54th Massachusetts Regiment? n

They made up one of the first AfricanAmerican regiments of the war Why was the Gettysburg

important? The South would never invade the North again

n The battle was the turning point of the war n Lincoln gave a famous speech there after the battle n

What does each area on the map represent?

What was Ulysses S. Grants role in the war? Commander of the Union army at the end of

the war n Accepted Lees surrender at Appomattox n

Abraham Lincoln President of the Union n Issued the Emancipation Proclamation

n Gave the Gettysburg Address n John Wilkes Booth

Assassinated Lincoln Clara Barton

n Union nurse that began the Red Cross

William Tecumseh Sherman Union General of the North that burned

Atlanta n Believed in Total War. n

Battle of Vicksburg n

Battle which the Union won which allowed them to control the Mississippi River Battle of Antietam

Bloodiest single day in U.S. history n Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation after the battle.

n One of the battles fought in the North n Battle of Gettysburg

Turing point of the war - Confederacy would never invade Northern territory again n Bloodiest battle of the war

n Lincolns famous speech given after the battle n

Appomattox Court House n

Where Lee surrendered to Grant ending the Civil War

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