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History 2300 Exam III (Final) Review Identifications (40% of exam grade) popular sovereignty Compromise of 1850 Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854) Fugitive Slave Act (1850) Dred Scott v. Sanford (1857) Lincoln-Douglas Debates Harpers Ferry Border Ruffians Stephen Douglas Fort Sumter George McClellan Robert E. Lee Substitutes Loretta Velasquez Ulysses S. Grant Battle of Antietam Emancipation Proclamation Confiscation Acts Gettysburg William Sherman John Wilkes Booth Confederate Constitution Trent Affair Lord Palmerston Sarah Seelye Fort Wagner Black Dispatches Mary Touvestre Special Order 191 Gettysburg Appomattox American Tract Society Freedmen’s Bureau Presidential Reconstruction Radical Reconstruction black codes carpetbaggers & scalawags Field Order 15 (1865) Blanche Bruce Little Big Horn Burlingame Treaty Elizabeth Cady Stanton
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Unformatted text preview: A good identification answer includes a bit of background information, gives a general time frame, mentions the people or groups involved, defines the term with examples and explains any resulting actions. Essays (60% of exam grade) (1) Describe the presidential election of 1860. Who were the candidates? What issues were at stake? Who won? What were the results of the election? (2) Why did Lincoln write the Emancipation Proclamation? What political challenges did he consider? What were his goals? What was the outcome? (3) Compare and contrast the methods the Union and Confederate armies used to recruit soldiers. (4) How did the Civil War change labor? REMEMBER: All extra credit is due on or before the final exam....
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