Louisiana History Anchor Charts: Civil War in Louisiana

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2.23 MB   |   20 Pages Total (15 Anchor Charts) pages

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This set of 15 anchor charts will provide students with a quick reference for key concepts in Louisiana history surrounding the The Civil War in Louisiana. There are anchor charts on the following topics:

Road to Secession
Election of Abraham Lincoln
The Union and Confederacy
Comparing the North and the South
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis
Anaconda Plan
Occupation of New Orleans
Benjamin “Beast” Butler
Red River Campaign
Emancipation Proclamation
Siege of Port Hudson
Appomattox Court House
Louisiana's Native Guard
Louisiana's Fighting Tigers

This set of Anchor Charts have been developed specifically for for Louisiana History.

Each chart is designed with simple wording and graphics to assist students in reviewing and establishing connections with the material. Print 1 to a page for a chart in the classroom or print 4 to a page and provide students with flash cards or inserts for an interactive notebook! The possibilities are endless.

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20 Pages Total (15 Anchor Charts)
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Louisiana History Anchor Charts: Civil War in Louisiana