Intro - Unit 5 The Civil War and Reconstruction Lesson 1...

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Unit 5 - The Civil War and Reconstruction Lesson 1 - Differences between the North and South  Lesson 2 - Slavery  Lesson 3 - Sectionalism  Lesson 4 - the Abolitionist Movement  Lesson 5 - Causes of the Civil War and the 1850's  Lesson 6 - The Civil War Begins  Lesson 7 - Poetry of the Civil War  Lesson 8 - The Civil War Ends  Lesson 9 - Civil War Primary Source Activity  Lesson 10 - Reconstruction  Unit 4 Review  Unit 4 Test  Unit Overview In this unit, you will learn how the nation was divided by war in the 1860s. Sectional differences were evident as  early as the Constitutional Convention, erupting into violence by the mid-19th century. After the Civil War, the  federal government had to decide when and how the southern states could rejoin the Union, and define the rights  of African Americans. The time period when the south was rebuilt is called Reconstruction.  By the end of the unit, you should know. .. 1.
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Intro - Unit 5 The Civil War and Reconstruction Lesson 1...

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