The Civil War - The Civil War A Beginning of the War 1 From...

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The Civil War A. Beginning of the War 1. From Limited to Total War 2. Anaconda Plan 3. Lincoln’s view of the rebellion 4. Hope for quick end to war 5. First Battle of Bull Run or First Battle of Manassas, 21 July 1861 5.a.“Stonewall” Jackson 6. Theatres of War 6.a.Eastern Theatre (6.a.1) Washington DC to Richmond Virginia (6.a.2) Shenandoah Valley 6.b. Western Theatre (6.b.1) Mississippi River to the Appalachian Mountains (6.b.1.a) Vicksburg B. Campaigns of 1862 1. Capture of New Orleans, 25 April 1862 1.a.David Farragut 2. Union advance on Forts Henry & Donelson, February 1862 2.a.U.S. Grant 3. Battle of Shiloh, 6-7 April 1862 4. Union Strategy in the East 4.a.George McClellan 4.b. Peninsular Campaign 5. Battle of Monitor and Merrimac, 9 March 1862 5.a.CSS Virginia 6. Seven Days Battle, 25 June to 1 July 1862 7. Results 7.a.McClelland 7.b. Stonewall Jackson 7.c.Robert E. Lee 8. Shift toward Total War 8.a.Confiscation Act, July 1862 8.b. Emancipation 9. High-water mark of the Confederacy, fall 1862
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