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Transcript
Chapter 11 Vocab Words
*Fort Sumter
• Anaconda Plan
*Bull Run
Stonewall Jackson
Ulysses S. Grant
*Shiloh
• Monitor
• Merrimack
Robert E. Lee
*Antietam
• Emancipation Proclamation
• Habeas Corpus
• Copperhead
• Conscription
Clara Barton
*Andersonville
• Gettysburg Address
*Vicksburg
William Tecumseh
Sherman
• Appomattox Court House
• 13th Amendment
• Red Cross
John Wilkes Booth
• Stonewall Jackson: Confederate General that was
accidentally shot by his own men and died a few days
later.
• Ulysses S. Grant: Commanding General of the Union
Army during the Civil War, later becomes president of
the U.S.
• Robert E. Lee: Commander of the Confederate Army,
surrendered at Appomattox Court House April 9, 1865.
• Clara Barton: Union nurse who founded the American
Red Cross
• William T. Sherman: General in the Union Army; most
famous for his total war tactic, “The March to the Sea”.
• John Wilkes Booth: an American actor who
assassinated President Lincoln.
• Fort Sumter: Located in Charleston, SC; where the first
shots of the Civil War were fired.
• Bull Run: also known as Manassas by Confederate; the
first major battle of the Civil War and a victory for the
South.
• Antietam: bloodiest single-day battle in American
history. Considered enough of a victory for the North to
persuade Lincoln to announce his Emancipation
Proclamation.
• Andersonville: Confederate prison camp. Almost
13,000 died from the horrible conditions.
• Vicksburg: Union victory that caused the South to lose
its vital stronghold on the Mississippi, effectively
splitting the Confederacy in half.
• Shiloh: Early Union victory; more than 23,000
combined casualties made it the bloodiest battle up to
that point.