Lecture Outline 15, The Union Severed

Lecture Outline 15, The Union Severed - 3--TN was the...

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1Lecture 15, The Union Severed 1. Introduction: a. The Civil War: 1861-1865 b. National implications c. Personal impacts 2. Lincoln and Fort Sumter 3. Organizing for War a. The Balance of Resources The Union enjoyed economic advantages b. The Border States 1--MD had major railroad links to the West. 2--VA had the South’s largest ironworks.
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Unformatted text preview: 3--TN was the principle source of grain. 4--MO could control the Mississippi River traffic. c. The Costs of War 1--Human 2Economic 4. The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 5. Changes Wrought by War a. A New South b. The Victorious North 6. Why the North Won...
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