Civil_War_Wkst-Strategies_and_Battles

Civil_War_Wkst-Strategies_and_Battles - 2 The Trent Affair:...

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Name __________________________ Period __ US HISTORY Mr. Siuta Pgs. 432- 440 Directions: Identify and take notes on the following items. THE CIVIL WAR: STRATEGIES FOR EACH SIDE: THE NORTH (UNION) THE BLUE THE SOUTH (CONFEDERATES) THE GRAY Anaconda Plan- War of Attrition/Exhaustion- What is the problem with both plans? For each battle- summarize the battle and list the outcome! Battle of Bull Run (Manassas) July 21, 1861 Northerners thought that it would be a fast war…. Bull Run (Manassas) Significance:
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The Civil War
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Unformatted text preview: 2 The Trent Affair: Ulysses S. Grant: (Union) -Captures Ft. Donelson and Ft. Henry in Tennessee . Ulysses S. Grant Battle of Shiloh April 6, 1862: Farragut and New Orleans- April 26, 1862 THE WAR OF THE IRONCLADS: WHO WINS? The Merrimack (Confederate) The Monitor (Union) Significance: The Civil War 3 Robert E. Lee- Confederate General Second Battle of Bull Run (Manassas) August 29-30, 1862 SIGNIFICANCE: Robert. E. Lee Battle of Antietam (Sept. 17, 1862): SIGNIFICANCE:...
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