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Longstreet ordered to march forward on day 3? What did Lee do after the battle? How many losses did the Union have? How many losses did the Confederacy have? 3. Vicksburg Where is Vicksburg? What was Vicksburg? How did Grant divert attention away from the port city? What did residents have to do to avoid the Union’s shelling of the city? What happened to the food supply? What happened five days after the fall of Vicksburg? N.J. Core Curriculum Standards 6.1 & 6.3 ( )
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Name: ____________________________ US History 1R Chapter 11: Section 4, pgs. 357-365 The North Takes Charge 4. Gettysburg Address What was held in November of 1863? How long was Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address? What did the Address do, according to Willis? What did people say before the speech? What did people say after the speech? 5. William Tecumseh Sherman What did the twin defeats at Gettysburg and Vicksburg do to the South? What happened to Confederate morale as the war progressed? Why did many Southern soldiers desert? What Southern state did not have soldiers fighting for the North? What did Grant become in March of 1864? What position was Sherman named to? What did both men believe it was essential to do? Why did they reason it was necessary to involve civilians?
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