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Texas A&M University
Hist 105 - History Of The U S
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HIST 105 1nd Edition Lecture 34 I II III IV V VI VII VIII I II III IV Outline of previous lecture Election 1860 Secession Confederate states Strategies War Slave states Opposition a North b South Women Outline of current lecture Strategies Battlefield War in the west African Americans Current lecture Strategies South o Defensive o Familiar ground Advantage These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute o Northern communications and supplies extended North o Capture Richmond o Control Mississippi River Boundary for the north and the south o Blockade South s ports Imports and exports Battlefield Manassas Creek Bull Run o July 1861 o w CSA Peninsula Campaign o York River o James River o Objective Richmond Peninsula Campaign VA o March 1862 o Geo McClellan o W CSA West o February 1862 o Ulysses S Grant o Military naval operation o Fort Henry Tennessee River o Fort Donelson Cumberland River o CSA withdrawal Antietam Creek o Sharpsburg MD o September 1862 o 23 000 casualties o No clear victory Both sides have many casualties War in the West Control of Mississippi river New Orleans 1862 Vicksburg NS 1863 o Gen Grant running At Sea Union blockade Blockade runners British Ships Cotton o Glut o Indian and Egyptian sources Battle of Gettysburg July 1 3 1863 Lees second invasion of the North 50 000 total casualties Turning point African Americans in the War Initial rejection Frederick Douglass supported White officers Second class status Proved to be good soldiers March to the Sea Gen William Tecumseh Sherman o 1864 o From Tennessee To Atlanta To Savannah Surrender Ulysses S Grant Robert E Lee Battle of Appomattox Court House McLean House The mules and horses

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