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The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis

The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
The Civil War Quote and Image Analysis
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Students read 11 quotes about different aspects of the American Civil War, analyze 6 images, and respond to up to 19 questions. This would be great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate. See the preview for a closer look!

Sample questions include:

--Why did Kentucky staying or seceding impact Missouri and Maryland?

--Is Lincoln’s response to Greeley sufficient, why or why not?

--Would this man have supported the Union or Confederacy and why?

--In what way(s) did the Contributor feel threatened by the potential outcome of the Emancipation Proclamation?

--Given Lincoln’s sentiments, why would the actions described the following year by the Union sergeant have taken place?

--Re-write Stevens’ sentiments in your own words to demonstrate understanding.

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