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Antietam
Location: N, Winner: N McClellan vs Lee
2nd Bull Run
Location: S, Winner: S Lee vs Pope
Vicksburg
Location: W, Winner: N Grant vs Pemberton
Wilderness
Location: S, Winner: N Grant vs Lee
Gettysburg
Location: N, Winner: N Meade vs Lee
Chancellorsville
Location: S, Winner: S Lee vs Hooker
1st Bull Run
Location: S, Winner: S Jackson vs McDowell
Fredericksburg
Location: S, Winner: S Lee vs Burnside
Monitor vs Merrimack
Location: S, Winner: T Worden vs Buchanan
Peninsular Campaign
Location: S, Winner: S Lee vs McClellan
Cold Harbor
Location: S, Winner: N Grant vs Lee
Shiloh
Location: W, Winner: N Grant vs Albert Johnston
Spotsylvania
Location: S, Winner: N Grant vs Lee
Fort Donelson
Location: W, Winner: N Grant vs Buckner
Petersburg
Location: S, Winner: N Grant vs Lee
Border States
States w/ slaves that were neutral & didn't secede during the Civil War (Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, West Virginia)
Emancipation Proclamation
Jan 1, 1863; Decree issued by Lincoln to free the slaves in states in rebellion against the US that said all slaves of states in rebellion against the US are forever free
John Wilkes Booth
Southern-sympathizer and actor who assassinated Lincoln on April 14, 1865
Reconstruction Period
1865-1877; Period after the Civil War when the North brought the South back to the US
Jennie Wade
Only civilian killed in the Battle at Gettysburg
Edward Everett
Main speaker at the ceremony at Gettysburg
267
# of words in Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
End of Civil War
April 9, 1865
Play at Ford's Theater
Our Americans Cousins
House on H Street
"The nest where the egg was hatched"
Southern-sympathizers who plotted against Lincoln
Mary Surratt, Lewis Paine, George Atzerodt, Davy Herold, Ned Spangler, Samuel Arnold, Michael O'Laughin, Samuel Mudd, John Surratt, John Wilkes Booth
Two People in the Presidential Box at Ford's Theater
Clara Harris, Henry Rathborn
William Seward
Secretary of State to Lincoln, Purchased Alaska, called "Seward's Folly"