1. Why were counties originally created in Georgia?1. Why were counties originally created in Georgia?
During the antebellum period, why was Georgia’s economy largely dependent on slave labor?
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Study Guide ss8H6B ss8H6BStudy Guide ss8H6B ss8H6B
SS8H6B: The student will state the importance of key events of the Civil War to include Antietam, the Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg, Chickamauga, the Union blockade of Georgia’s coast, Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign
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The civil war and reconstruction ss8H6 13th Amendment (1865)The civil war and reconstruction ss8H6 13th Amendment (1865)
Anaconda Plan- union strategy during the Civil War which incorporated a plan to blockade Southern ports and capture the Mississippi River. It was called the Anaconda Plan as the strategy resembled an anaconda squeezing its prey to death
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Key People & Vocab to identify: (due: )Key People & Vocab to identify: (due: )
Anaconda Plan- union strategy during the Civil War which incorporated a plan to blockade Southern ports and capture the Mississippi River. It was called the Anaconda Plan as the strategy resembled an anaconda squeezing its prey to death
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Unit 7 summary civil war and reconstructionUnit 7 summary civil war and reconstruction
Civil War; include slavery, states’ rights, nullification, Missouri Compromise, Compromise of 1850 and the Georgia Platform, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Dred Scott case, election of 1860, the debate over secession in Georgia
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Units 6, 7, and 8: Antebellum, Civil War, and ReconstructionUnits 6, 7, and 8: Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction
Southern states supported state’s rights allowing states to rule themselves; Northern states believed in a strong national government
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Music of the civil war eraMusic of the civil war era
Stephen Ackert, who is just now finishing his career at the Gallery, and is the person responsible for our invitation. He knew Bales well
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Georgia Studies Unit 3: The Civil War and the New SouthGeorgia Studies Unit 3: The Civil War and the New South
Georgia's climate has proven to be particularly good at growing cotton, peaches and pecans but not potatoes
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Chapter 22 The Civil WarChapter 22 The Civil War
How do you think people‘s attitudes toward the Civil War changed from the beginning of the war, pictured above, to later in the war, shown at the left?
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The hapless anacondaThe hapless anaconda
In his Anaconda plan, he proposed a naval blockade of the Confederate ports to isolate the Confederacy and choke its economy and supply lines. This plan was followed when Lincoln proclaimed the naval blockade on April 19, 1861
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Usnlp library Resources for ReenactorsUsnlp library Resources for Reenactors
In this first edition, the focus is mainly on the actions of the Federal Navy
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First Battle of Bull RunFirst Battle of Bull Run
Union right flank, sending the Federals into a chaotic retreat towards Washington. The Confederate victory gave the South a surge of confidence and shocked many in the North
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