Civil War Project Guidelines 09

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will be teaching the class about your topic, so make sure you know your information and utilize note cards. Your team will have a choice of research topics, or you may develop your own idea, but this topic must be approved by Mr. Purdue before you begin your research. Good Luck in your endeavor!
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CIVIL WAR ERA PROJECT TOPICS I. Battles of the Civil War: Battle of Bull Run (Manassas) Battle of Antietam (Sharpsburg) Battle of Shiloh Battle of Chancellorsville Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Vicksburg Sherman’s March (Atlanta) Naval Battles of the Civil War II. People of the Civil War Life & Times of Abraham Lincoln Famous Generals of the Civil War Women of the Civil War Native Americans & the Civil War III. Culture & Society of the Civil War The Civil War in American culture (past & present) New Jersey & the Civil War Literature & Poetry of the Civil War Music & Songs of the Civil War Fashion and Uniforms of the Civil War Foods of the Civil War Medicine of the Civil War Prisoners of the Civil War (Andersonville) The Legacy of the Civil War in the United States Draft Riots in NYC *You may also develop your own Civil War topic---but it must be approved by Mr. Purdue before you begin.
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