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Transcript
Civil War Study Guide
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
A book written by
Harriett Beecher Stowe
that discussed the
cruelty of slavery
John Brown’s raid
on Harper’s Ferry
Tried to start a
Slave rebellion by
attacking a U.S. Army
post
Gettysburg Address
Aspeech given by
Abraham Lincoln
13th Amendment
Said the slavery would
not be allowed in the
United States
14th Amendment
Declared that the states
could not limit the
rights of citizens
15th Amendment
Gave all men the right
to vote
Appomattox Court
House
The town where General
Robert E. Lee
Surrendered to General
Ulysses S. Grant
Fort Sumter
Marked the beginning of
the Civil War
Gettysburg
A city in Pennsylvania
Where the
Union defeated the
Confederacy
Sherman’s March to the
Sea
Sherman’s soldier’s
march to Savannah
Atlantic Campaign
The Union began this attack
because it was the center for
southern supplies, factories
and railroads.
Abraham Lincoln
Freed the slaves
because he hoped
they would fight
for the Union.
Robert E. Lee
General of the Confederate
Army.
Ulysses S. Grant
General of the Union Army
Jefferson Davis
Was the President of the
Confederate States
Thomas “Stonewall”
Jackson
Became known as
“Stonewall Jackson”
because he was like a stone
wall in battle; he never
backed down.
sharecropping
took the place of slavery,
and was where poor farmers
used a landowner’s fields.
Jim Crow laws
Southern states passed
these laws to keep African
Americans separated from
other Americans.
North
also known as the
Union and the Yankees
South
also known as the
Confederacy and
the Rebels.