Supports Tennessee's new 2019 Social Studies Standards:
4.30 Explain the efforts of both the Union and the Confederacy to secure the border states for their causes.
4.31 Explain how the Union’s Anaconda Plan used geographic features to isolate and defeat regions of the south and the Confederacy as a whole.
4.32 Describe the roles of major leaders during the Civil War, including: Jefferson Davis Ulysses S. Grant Robert E. Lee President Abraham Lincoln
4.33 Evaluate the significant contributions made by women during the Civil War, including Clara Barton and Dorothea Dix.
4.34 Examine the significance and outcomes of key battles and events of the Civil War, including: First Battle of Bull Run Battle of Shiloh Battle of Gettysburg Battle of Antietam
4.35 Explain the purpose of the Emancipation Proclamation, and identify its impact on the country.
4.36 Describe the significance of the Gettysburg Address.
4.37 Describe the physical, social, political, and economic consequences of the Civil War on the southern U.S after the surrender at Appomattox Court House.
4.38 Describe the impact President Abraham Lincoln’s assassination had on the nation.
4.39 Identify the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments as efforts to help former slaves begin a new life.
4.40 Compare and contrast the Reconstruction plans of President Abraham Lincoln, President Andrew Johnson, and Congress.
4.41 Examine the significance of the Compromise of 1877 on the U.S
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