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jeb stuart
confedarate cavalry commander. one of the best. he showed up late to gettysburg.
zachary taylor
Jeferson davis's comanding officer. his father in-law fought in the black hawk war.
toussaint l'ouvrture
slave rebelion in the early 1800's. he ruled haiti for several years untill 1802. captured by napoleon.
new south
old land got dryed out and they moved to new land. the new land had good crops and cotton, therefore there was more slavery there.
anthony burns
fugative slave 1854 was arrested in Boston. he was brought back to slavery, it cost the country $100,000 to keep him in order.
anaconda plan
a union plan to squeeze the rebs. the union had coming down from the north and up from the south in the ocean from the blockade. the union fromed a blockade to stop rebel trade to and from outer countries. its was a plan to capture vicksburg (miss. river) and richmond (reb capital)
fort sumter
15 inch cannons hit the fort for 34 hours. major robert anderson was the fort leader.
manasas
first big battle was fought here. good place to have a battle it was a railroad junction. first war of modern transport.
p.g.t. beauregard
heled the confederate attack against fort sumter. he was a general.
thomas jackson
stonewall jackson. was involved in bull run. when the rebels were getting pushed back general berhard said to his troops "theres jackson standing behind you like a stonewall," .
jeb stuart
confedarate cavalry commander. one of the best. he showed up late to gettysburg.
zachary taylor
Jeferson davis's comanding officer. his father in-law fought in the black hawk war.
toussaint l'ouvrture
slave rebelion in the early 1800's. he ruled haiti for several years untill 1802. captured by napoleon.
new south
old land got dryed out and they moved to new land. the new land had good crops and cotton, therefore there was more slavery there.
anthony burns
fugative slave 1854 was arrested in Boston. he was brought back to slavery, it cost the country $100,000 to keep him in order.
anaconda plan
a union plan to squeeze the rebs. the union had coming down from the north and up from the south in the ocean from the blockade. the union fromed a blockade to stop rebel trade to and from outer countries. its was a plan to capture vicksburg (miss. river) and richmond (reb capital)
fort sumter
15 inch cannons hit the fort for 34 hours. major robert anderson was the fort leader.
manasas
first big battle was fought here. good place to have a battle it was a railroad junction. first war of modern transport.
p.g.t. beauregard
heled the confederate attack against fort sumter. he was a general.
thomas jackson
stonewall jackson. was involved in bull run. when the rebels were getting pushed back general berhard said to his troops "theres jackson standing behind you like a stonewall," .
robert e. lee
confederate . leader of the army of n. virginia. he liked both north and south, but he fought for the south.
stephen a. douglas
he ran against abe lincoln for senator. he beat abe. abe and stephen had the lincoln-douglas debates. stephen was a foot shorter then Abe Lincoln
winfield scott
his age, weight, and his health made him a bad general
_union_
irvin McDowell
the first bull run
George B McClellan
seven days battles
john pope
second bull run
geroge b McClellan
faillure to persue Lee after antietam
ambrose burnside
fredricksburg was his faillure
joe hooker
chancellorsville
george meade
faillure to persue lee after gettysburg
U.S. grant
he had no faillure, except casualties