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USA History / Mr.Saindon
Monday, March 27 to Friday, March 31
Countdown to The Civil War
Students will understand how a variety of events compounded to create the boiling tensions leading into the Civil War.
Harriet Tubman and the Abolitionist movement
What was the Underground Railroad and how did it operate?
The Civil War
1. Compare/contrast/analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the Union and Confederacy.
2. Compare/contrast the goals and strategies of the Union and Confederacy.
3. Evaluate major events of the Civil War.
4. Be able to explain what happened at Gettysburg
North vs. South
The Blue and The Gray
Slave or Free
The Civil War: Chapter 22
Abraham Lincoln16th President of the United States
Elected in 1860 in a 4-way election.
He will be elected again for a second term on November 8, 1864. A few months later he will be assassinated,
April, 15, 1865, at Fords Theater in Washington DC.
1st (and only) President of the Confederate States of America
Jefferson Davis Elected. On November 6, 1861, Jefferson Davis, who had been elected president of the Provisional Government of the Confederacy on February 9, 1861—as a compromise between moderates and radicals—was confirmed by the voters for a full six-year term.
Robert E Lee
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