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Review Book By: Zach Johnson & Spencer Clayton & Cole Lyons


Chapter 1 Union/Confederacy •

United States was divided into the Union (North) and the Confederacy (South).

Union had a larger army and or supplies/factories than the Confederacy.

Confederacy ultimately surrendered to the Union.


Chapter 2 Sherman’s March to the Sea •

In September of 1864 General Sherman captured Atlanta and proceed to march towards the Atlantic Ocean.

After Sherman had taken the port city of Savannah, Georgia, he went north and marched through the Carolinas.

On their way they looted houses, killed livestock, and burned fields.


Chapter 3 Diseases during the Civil War •

Doctors did not know how to treat many diseases.

Soldiers would often bathe in the same source of water that they drank from leading to the spread of disease.

Battlefield surgeons were not to most sanitary and often helped cause infections without realizing it.


Chapter 4 Robert E. Lee •

General of the Confederate Army.

In 1861, President Lincoln invited Lee to take command of the entire Union army. Lee declined, asserting that since Virginia (his home state) had seceded he would go with it.

Lee's greatest victories were the Seven Days Battles, the Second Battle of Bull Run, the Battle of Fredericksburg, and the Battle of Chancellorsville.


Chapter 5 Federalism •

The division of power between federal and state governments.

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Reserved Powers - Any power not given to the federal government goes to the states and the people.

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Concurrent Powers - Powers that the federal government and the state governments can independently exercise at the same time.


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