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Bring Stickers to class tomorrow! Bring 10 Stickers Slide 2 New Orleans Falls! New Orleans Falls! April 25, 1862 Slide 3 New Orleans was wealthiest confederate city Slide 4 New Orleans Falls! New Orleans Falls! April 25, 1862 -David Farragut battles at sea (75 miles from N.O.) Slide 5 New Orleans Falls! New Orleans Falls! April 25, 1862 -David Farragut battles at sea (75 miles from N.O.) - Tries to knock out forts (Ft. Jackson, Ft. St. Phillip) Slide 6 New Orleans Falls! April 25, 1862 Two weeks of shelling fails; - Two weeks of shelling fails; gauntlet instead Slide 7 Slide 8 - All but one ship survive, take New Orleans!! -Largest Southern port now UNION CONTROLED!! Slide 9 New Orleans Falls! General Benjamin Butler raised Union Flags in the city, and women spat on his men for it. When one man tried to take the Union Flag back down, Butler had him hung. Confederates called him Beast Butler. Confederate citizens destroyed boxes and boxes of supplies including ammunition, cotton, and other goods so the Union couldnt have them. Union soldiers take over the city! Slide 10 New Orleans Falls! Slide 11 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 Slide 12 North calls 300,000 more volunteers Slide 13 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 North calls 300,000 more volunteers -McClellan called back to meet Pope Slide 14 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 North calls 300,000 more volunteers -McClellan called back to meet Pope -Robert E. Lee sends for Stonewall (50 miles / two days) to attack a Union supply base at Manassas Slide 15 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 -Robert E. Lee sends for Stonewall (50 miles / two days) to attack a Union supply base at Manassas Slide 16 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 -(REBEL WIN; casualties similar; 4,000 Union soldiers captured) Slide 17 Bull Run (Part II) Bull Run (Part II) August 29, 1862 -R-R-R-Rebels only 25 miles outside of Washington Slide 18 Bull Run (Part II) -R-R-R-Rebels only 25 miles outside of Washington - North getting weary of war Slide 19 Jefferson Davis o huge victory = foreign support (England, France) ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 Slide 20 Slide 21 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 -Lee Marches toward Maryland Slide 22 Slide 23 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 Three Cigars shows McClellans true colors (4 day wait) U=75,000 C=40,000 C=40,000 Slide 24 ANTIETAM(SHARPSBURG) - Morning: Cornfield September 17, 1862 Slide 25 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 - Morning: Sunken Road; Bloody Lane Slide 26 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 - Morning: Sunken Road; Bloody Lane Slide 27 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 -A-Afternoon: Rebs hold Burnsides Bridge (4 hrs) then finally retreat! Slide 28 -A-A-A-Afternoon: Rebs hold Burnsides Bridge (4 hrs) then finally retreat! ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 Slide 29 -Afternoon: Rebs hold Burnsides Bridge (4 hrs) then finally retreat! - UNION WIN ( only because Lees invasion is stopped ) Slide 30 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 Slide 31 Slide 32 Lincoln Destroy the rebel army! Lincoln visited the site at Antietam Slide 33 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 Lincoln Destroy the rebel army! McClellan declines, removed for Ambrose Burnside Slide 34 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 -Single bloodiest day in American History 6,000 dead: 17,000 wounded Slide 35 ANTIETAM (SHARPSBURG) September 17, 1862 - Single bloodiest day in American History 6,000 dead: 17,000 wounded - Victory helps Lincoln push Emancipation