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Semester 2 Review
Unit 4 Division and Uneasy Reunion
A. Cultural and Political Differences
B. Dividing a Nation
C. War Tactics
D. Effects on the Home-front
E. The End of the War
F. Reconstruction Policies
G. Life after the War.
Civil War Project:
to find out more about what is expected of you and your table group.
For the following concepts, know their definitions as well as the role they played in making history:
Union, States' Rights, Prejudice, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Growing Differences between North and South, Manifest Destiny, Annex, Mexican War, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Gadsden Purchase, Wilmot Proviso, Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay, Fugitive Slave Act, nativism, Kansas-Nebraska Act, Popular Sovereignty, Daniel Webster, John C. Calhoun, Know-Nothing Party, Stephen Douglas, free soiler, Dred Scott v. Sandford, Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln-Douglas Debates, arsenal, John Brown, "Bleeding Sumner", Border States, Lower South, secessionist, Confederate States of America, Fort Sumter, The Election of 1860, Upper South
You will be creating a list of important people and events as a part of your project. If I posted them here, then you would not do your research as thoroughly.
Reconstruction, pardon, Radical Republicans, pocket veto, Freedmen's Bureau, Tastes of Freedom, black codes, 14th Amendment, 13th Amendment, civil rights, impeach, 15th Amendment, carpetbagger, scalawag, sharecropping, tenant farming, infrastructure, Cycle of Debt, Enforcement Act of 1870, Ku Klux Klan, Compromise of 1877, solid South, Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Successes and Failures of Reconstruction
Glog Activity 10.1:
Go to edu.glogster.com, type in your name and password. Scroll down to your assignments, and begin working on 10.1.
After reading 10.1, create a blog that answers the question you were assigned:
1) Why do some historians think the Civil War was unavoidable?
2) What arguments did abolitionist use against slavery?
3) How did Southerners view slavery?
4) What were some important differences between the North and South?
5) What prejudice was common to most whites in all parts of the country?
6) Why was Uncle Tom's Cabin successful in changing many people's attitudes toward slavery?
10-2 Mexican War
10-3 Political Parties
10-4 The System Fails
10-5 A Nation Divided
Early Years of War
12-1 Presidential Reconstruction.ppt
12-2 Congressional Reconstruction.ppt
12-4 The End of Reconstruction.ppt
These Reading Guides will help point you in the right direction in interpreting the text. You will need to read the textbook to gain all the information you need for assessments, but these worksheets can help you remember the most important information.
Guided Reading Worksheets:
Guided Reading Worksheets:
ch 10 Review Powerpoint
10.2 Mexican War Map
-Check them out, you might learn something!
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