Road to War CONTINUED : Remember that last Friday, you were working on the outline on the Road to Civil War info sheets on the topics listed.
Monday – Begin reading ch. 18 for a RQ on Chapter 18 on Thursday -Individual Multiple Choice We will review the road to war in class and you should complete any information missing as we discuss each topic. This will cover ch. 16 from the Brick so it will not be necessary to read it. You should reading in the Flag. Did you complete your map? Map quiz on Wednesday.
Tuesday = finish the road to war as needed. Civil War powerpoint and notes Causes and Effects of the Civil War, advantages/disadvantages, Battles of Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, Vicksburg, Gettysburg, Chattanooga, Atlanta, writ of habeas corpus, Anaconda Strategy,Emancipation Proclamation, Gettysburg Address,Morrill Tariff, greenbacks, Radical Republicans, Copperheads, Appomattox Court House This will cover the info from ch. 17 so you will not need to read this chapter in the Brick. *YOU SHOULD BE READING CHAPTER 18 (Brick) FOR THE RQ ON THURS.
Are you reading and reviewing your notes? Help after school for anyone who would like it. 3:45 – 4: 35
Wednesday – MAP quiz over the CSA USA map in class and complete the with the War. Start Reconstruction
Thursday – RQ ch. 18 continue with Reconstruction Plans LECTURE and PPT in class. chapter 18 terms to know: Freedmen’s bureau, West Virginia, Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction, Wade Davis Bill, pocket veto, John W. Booth, Andrew Johnson, Black Codes, Thaddeaus Stephens, Charles Sumner, conquered provinces, forfeited rights theory, Civil Rights Act of 1866, 13,14,15 amendments, due-process clause, Military Reconstruction Act, Command of the Army Act, Tenure of Office Act, Edwin M. Stanton, carpetbagger,scalawag, Ku Klux Klan, Ulysses S. Grant, hard v.soft money, Panic of 1873, Resumption Act of 1875, bloody shirt, Rutherford B. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, Compromise of 1876
Friday – New South – Henry Grady’s vision, crop lien system, George Washington Carver, Booker T. Washington, Plessy v. Ferguson, Jim Crow Laws, grandfather clause, poll tax, literacy tests, Ida B. Wells
Unit test in class over Chapters 15- 18 in the Brick —Topics include: Antebellum (Old South) Societyquestions -few Review your handouts, Road to War is very important..more questions from this section, Civil War, – advantages and disadvantages – few battles identified in class,election and surrender and Reconstruction – plans and impeachment * There will be NO test corrections for this test.