Historic Waterfront Cruise IntroductionHistoric Waterfront Cruise Introduction
We will also explore the history of some of the many interesting landmarks near the waterfront that are culturally significant
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The Civil War Life in the ArmyThe Civil War Life in the Army
President Lincoln's call for an additional 300,000 soldiers. Nearly 26 years old, Vredenburgh became a major in the 14th Regiment New Jersey Volunteer Infantry
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MCoe librariesMCoe libraries
E464. U6 1891 War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. Vol. 38. Washington, D. C.: Government Printing Office, 1891. Se
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Milestones in the Civil WarMilestones in the Civil War
April 19 Baltimore violence: four soldiers killed (first casualties of the war.) Lincoln orders a naval blockade of Southern ports
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Famous North Carolinians Public/military figuresFamous North Carolinians Public/military figures
William Blount (1749–1800), first North Carolina signatory of the United States Constitution; played a role in the creation of the State of Tennessee (Windsor)
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Total War and Sherman’s March to Sea Article Total WarTotal War and Sherman’s March to Sea Article Total War
Atlanta, Georgia, an important transportation center in the South. Despite this important Northern victory, the Confederate government and many of its citizens remained committed to the war effort
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Chapter 9 VocabularyChapter 9 Vocabulary
Greenback- congress passed the Legal Tender Act in Feb of 1862. This act created a national currency & allowed the government to issue paper money. These paper bills became known as greenbacks
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Chapter 14: The Civil War The Secession CrisisChapter 14: The Civil War The Secession Crisis
In February 1861, representatives of the seven seceded states met at Montgomery, Alabama, and formed the Confederate States of America
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Quantrill\Quantrill's Raid on Lawrence: a question of Complicity by Burton J. Williams
Lawrence resembled a smoking funeral pyre beside the muddy Kaw. Nearly 150 male inhabitants were dead or dying, a large portion of the town's business and residential districts were in ashes and the faces of those who survived the slaughter bore mute testimony to
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Name: Civil War Study Guide Terms to KnowName: Civil War Study Guide Terms to Know
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson Confederate general who led the Confederate army to victory in several battles early in Civil War
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The dunlap trailThe dunlap trail
Both conflicts took place on the grounds of the Ocmulgee National Monument. Today, the Dunlap trail leads to one of the few surviving Civil War earthworks in Macon
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Civil war study guideCivil war study guide
How was Lincoln able to win the Presidency even though he only received 40% of the popular vote?
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South after the civil warSouth after the civil war
The assessed valuation of property declined from 30 to 60 percent in the decade after 1860. In Mobile, business was stagnant; Chattanooga and Nashville were ruined; and Atlanta's industrial sections were in ashes
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Battle of Fort SumterBattle of Fort Sumter
The bombardment/siege and ultimate surrender of Fort Sumter by Brig. General P. G. T. Beauregard was the official start of the Civil War
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A defining Time in Our Nation\A defining Time in Our Nation's History
American soldiers as died in all the other wars in which this country has fought combined. The American Civil War was the largest and most destructive conflict in the Western world between the end of the Napoleonic Wars in 1815 and the onset of World War i
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