Guided Reading Activity 16-1 & 16-2

Report
Guided Reading Activity
16-1 & 16-2
The Civil War
16-1
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Maryland
border states
Mississippi River
Ohio River
Delaware
Maryland
West Virginia
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8. resources
9. hostile
10. way of life
11. Confederate government
12. Mississippi River
13. independent nation
14. 112,000
15. 187,000
16. victory
16-2
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1.Bull Run (Manassas)
2. P.G.T. Beauregard and Thomas
“Stonewall” Jackson
3. the South
4. the Army of the Potomac
5. General George B. McClellen
6. to prevent the South from
exporting cotton or importing war
supplies
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7. blockade runners; they covered the
Merrimack in iron plates and attacked
Union warships.
8. to gain control of the Mississippi and
Tennessee Rivers
9. two days
10. the North
11. it meant that the Confederacy could
no longer use the Mississippi River to
carry its crops to sea
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12. to capture Richmond
13. the Peninsula Campaign
14. They had time to prepare their
defense of Richmond.
15. General Robert E. Lee
16. He failed to capture Richmond
17. the second Battle of Bull Run
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18. the South
19. They had a copy of lee’s orders
for his army.
20. September 17, 1862 (Battle of
Antietam)
21. He removed him from command
and replaced him with General
Ambrose Burnside

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