The Civil War Part Three - The Civil War Part Three The...

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The Civil War Part Three The North had superiority in artillery and the South in Cavalry (Nathan Bedford Forrest) North never lost its superiority in artillery Cavalry played little part in battles o Southern cavalrymen had to be taught in horsemanship which gave them more experience compared to the north o Southern cavalry often frighten southern civilians Forrest became a wealthy slaver owner (born into poverty) o Ferocious warrior 1865: Calvary of the union at the Potomac that defeated Lee and forced him to surrender Blockade Running during the Civil War (Stephen Wise) The confederate blockade running was successful (running confederate blockades through the union blockades) The confederate blockade running would have been more successful if it was federally supported from the beginning o The union blockade “King Cotton” Diplomacy (Charles M. Hubbard) ***** Southerners believed that “cotton was king” because it was their principle cash
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2008 for the course HIST 315k taught by Professor Seaholm during the Summer '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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