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Transcript
Name: _____________________
9th Honors American History B
Date: ______________
Chapter 15 Introduction
Chapter 15: Crucible of Freedom: Civil War, 1861-1865
1861
President Lincoln calls for
volunteers to suppress rebellion.
1863 National Bank Act (Feb)
Congress passes Enrollment Act
VA, AR, TN, NC join Confederacy
Battle of Chancellorsville (May)
Lincoln imposes a naval blockade
in the South.
First Battle: Bull Run (July)
First Confiscation Act (August)
1862
Legal Tender Act (Feb)
Women’s National Loyal League
Battle of Gettysburg (July)
Battle of Vicksburg (July)
Surrender of Vicksburg (July)
New York City draft riots (July)
Battle of Chickamauga (Sept)
1864 Ulysses S. Grant commands Union
army (March)
McClellan’s Peninsula Campaign.
Battle of Shiloh (April)
Confederate Congress passes
Conscription Act
Battle of Wilderness (May)
Battle of Spotsylvania (May)
Battle of Cold Harbor (June)
Surrender of Atlanta (Sept)
Farragut captures New Orleans.
Lincoln reelected
Homestead Act
Seven Day’s Battles (June-July)
Pacific Railroad Act
Morrill Land Grant Act
Second Confiscation Act
William T. Sherman’s march to the sea
(Nov-Dec)
Congress refused to admit Kansas to
the Union under the Lecompton
constitution.
Lincoln-Douglas debates.
Second Battle of Bull Run (Aug)
Battle of Antietam (Sept)
Preliminary Emancipation
Proclamation (Sept)
1863
Battle of Fredericksburg (Dec)
Emancipation Proclamation (Jan)
Lincoln suspends writ of habeas
corpus (Jan)
1865 13th Amendment passed by Congress
Sherman moves through SC (Jan-Mar)
Grant takes Richmond (April)
Robert E. Lee surrenders at
Appomattox (April)
Lincoln dies (April)
Johnston surrenders to Sherman
Name: _____________________
9th Honors American History B
Date: ______________
Chapter 15 Introduction
Chapter 15: Crucible of Freedom: Civil War, 1861-1865