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Fort outside Charleston SC
Where the first shot of the Civil War was fired
Fort Sumter
Where the Confederate forces surrendered to the Civil War
April 9 1865
Appomattox Courthouse
The first capital of the confederacy.
It was chosen because of its central location and river and railroad system
Montgomery, AL
Important SEA PORT in ALABAMA where the confederate ship the TENNESSEE surrendered to give the Union (north) control of the bay after a fierce battle
Mobile Bay
KNOW THE CAUSES OF THE WAR
Sectionalism
(Involving politics and slavery)STATES RIGHTS
WHO WON THE WAR
UNION (NORTH)
KNOW THE ELEVEN STATES ON THE CONFERERACY
ALABAMA
ARKANSAS
FLORDIA
GEORGIA
LOUISIANA
MISSISSIPPI
NORTH CAROLINA
SOUTH CAROLINA
TENNESSEE
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
President of the US during the civil war.
Wrote the Emancipation Proclomation
Abraham Lincoln
President of the Confederate states of America (SOUTH)
Jefferson Davis
Commander of the Confederate Forces
Robert E LEE
Commander of the Union Forces (North)
Ulysses Grant
Woman young girl who led Col. Nathan B. Forrest and his men accross the Black creek
Emma Samson
Confederate Military leader who defended Alabama although greatly outnumbered
Nathan B Forrest
Cradle of the Confederacy
This was the temporary capital of the confederacy
MONTGOMERY
South
Confederacy
North
Union
TO Give up
Surrender
Things that are made grown or produced
Products
Cloth or fabric
Textile
The closing off of an area such as a city or harbor by force to keep traffic from entering or leaving
Blockade
Small short battles with only a few troops
Skirmishes
A student at a military school
Cadets
To take over or take control
Capture
Many ships or aircraft under one command
Fleet
An advance or development to go forward
Progress
An area where people believe what they think is right and everyone else is wrong
Sectional
Leave withdraw
South carolina 1860,Al 1861
Secede
Winston County Seceded from what state
Alabama
People who wanted to stay in the United States
Unionists
Take office with a formal ceremony
innaugurated
A group going along in an orderly line
Procession
Relating to soldiers armed forces or war
Military
What month,date year was the civil war
April 12,1861