Class Notes 24- The Civil War, Part 2 (11-29)

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The Civil War, Part 2 Wednesday, November 28, 2007 11:25 PM Time Period: Early-mid 1860's Today's ID's: I.D. Who What When Where Significance Emancipatio Proclamatio n Lincoln Any states still in  rebellion have free  slaves but order of  the President of the  USA, gives the  chance for the south  to come back to the  union, promises they  will keep their  slaves, slaves  captured are now  part of the union  army, slaves "freed"  Jan 1st, actually  freed no one since  they were more  independent  "nations" Sept 22,  1862; Jan 1st  1863  (deadline) Union Realigns union  war aims, gives  union armies an  additional tool to  justify taking  slaves, slaves in  the south claim  freedom for  themselves and  take off, it is  important even  though it really  didn't do anything Vicksburg  and  Gettysburg Hooker-- > Meade,  Lee Vicksburg: June- June (62-63), North  trying to make the  city fall, Lee wants to  meet the Union since  the South is gaining  momentum Gettysburg:  confederate's last  best chance to score  June-June  1862/1863 Western  Pennsylvania Confederate's last  best chance and  they blew it
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a key victory, historic  suicidal charge over  open terrain (Picket's  Charge), have to  retreat back down to  VA, Vicksburg falls  to Grant the next day Appomattox Lee court house where  confederacy  surrender, stalls  around Petersburg  (railroad goes  through), Grant is  trying to take it and  he finally does,  Jefferson Davis flees  capital when he  hears word April 1865 Virginia End of the Civil  war   1. Emancipation A. Changing War Aims i. Can we free the slaves? Want to keep the North and South together,  Lincoln fears the aftermath of the Emancipation Proclamation (wants to 
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