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North v.

South at the
Beginning
North South

Advantages ? ?

Disadvantage
? ?
s
Rating the North & the
South
Railroad Lines, 1860
Resources: North & the
South
The Union and Confederacy in
1861
Overview
of
Civil War
Strategy:

“Anacond
a”
Plan
Men Present for Duty
in the Civil War
Immigrant
s
as a %
of a
State’s
Population
in
1860
Battle of Bull
Run
(1 Manassas),
st

July, 1861
The Battle of the
Ironclads,
March, 1862
The Monitor
vs.
the Merrimac
War in the East: 1861-
1862
Emancipation in 1863
The Southern View of
Emancipation
African-Americans in Civil War
Battles
The War
in
the West,
1863:
Vicksbur
g
The Road to
Gettysburg: 1863
Gettysburg
Day 1
Gettysburg
Day 2
Gettysburg
Day 3
Gettysburg
Casualties
The Progress of War: 1861-
1865
Sherman’
s
March
through
Georgia
to the
Sea,
1864
Presidenti
al Election
of 1864
The Final Virginia
Campaign:
1864-1865
Casualties on Both
Sides
Civil War Casualties
in Comparison to Other
Wars
The Massacre at Fort Pillow, TN
(April 12, 1864)
Nathan Bedford Forrest
(Captured Fort Pillow)

 262 African-Americans
 295 white Union
soldiers.
 Ordered black soldiers
murdered after they
surrendered! [many
white soldiers killed as
well]
 Became the first Grand
Wizard of the Ku Klux
Klan after the war.
Confederate Prison
Camp
at Point Lookout, MD

§ Planned to hold 10,000 men.


§ Had almost 50,000 at one time.
Point Lookout Memorial
of 4,000 Dead Rebel Prisoners
Union Prison Camp
at Andersonville, GA
Original Andersonville Plan

§ Planned to hold 10,000 men.


§ Had over 32,000 at one time.
Distributing “Rations”
Union “Survivors”
Union
Prisoner’s
Record
at
Andersonville
Burying Dead Union POWs
Andersonville Cemetary