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  • 1857

    1858

    1859

    1860

    1861

    1862

    1863

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  • ABRAHAM LINCO:N. 1860 AND 1865

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    The f irst portrait shows Lincoln in June 1860. at the opening of his presidential campaign.The second. taken just four days before his assassination. reveals the psychological andphysical tol l the Civi l War exacted from Lincoln. (chic.+~o Hiirorical Socielyl

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  • The Buchanan Adminisntion

    Resident Jamu Buchanan 1857-1861Vice Presidentsecretary of stare

    Attorney General

    John C. BreckinridgeLewis CamJeremiah S. BlackHowell CobbPhilip ThomasJohn A. Dix]&II B. FloydJoseph HaltJeremiah S. BlackEdwin M. StanronAaron V. BrownJoseph HoltHoratio King

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    Secretary of Navy Isaac Toucey 1857-1861secretary of ]acob Thompson 1857-1861

    Interior

    The Lincoln Administration

    President Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865Vice President Hannibal Hamlm 1861,1865

    Andrew ]ohnson 1865Secretary d Srate Wdliam H. Seward 1861-186ssecretary of Samuel P;, Chase 1861-1864

    TreaSUv Wilbam PI Feswnden 1664-1865Hugh McCulloch 1865

    secretq of War Simon Cameron 1861-1862Edwin M. Stanron 1862-1865

    Attorney General Emvard Bates 1861-1864Jama Speed 1864-1865

    POStIlX%ter Horatio Kmg 1861General Montgomery Blair 1861-1864

    William Dennison 1864-1865jecrerary of Navy Gideon Weller 1861-1865%crecary of Caleb B. Smub 1861-1863

    Interior John P. Usher 1863-1865

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    The Book that Made this Great War Lincoinr cei

    ebroted remark to ouc~or Horr~et Beecher Stow reflectedthe enormous emotronol rmpoct of her impowoned POWI

    John Brown

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  • @-----; ______ &---,TERRTORY~_--~

    FREE AREAS AND SLAVE AREAS IN 1660

    THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AXlERICA

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    Major General

    Joseph Hooker,

    *ccc**or to

    Burnside. Bril-

    liant organizer

    and strategic

    &mer. he lost

    his nerve et

    Chencellorwille

    General) Robert

    4nderson com-

    manded the

    small force in the

    hopeless defeqse

    of Fort Sumter.

    ._-,-_ - _.._._.Ambrose E. Burnside.

    unhappy successor

    to McClellan andauthor of the

    Union tragedy et

    Fredericksburg.

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    General Beauregard (NAl Major General

    Irvin McDowell INAl

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  • Major General

    George 6.

    McClellan. Small

    triumphs in

    western Virginia

    brought him

    over-all com-

    mand of Union

    armies in 1862. (KA)

    Liautenant Gene&

    Thomas J.

    ( Stonewall7

    Jackson. (NA)

    Major General

    John Pope, confisad

    commander of the

    Union Army of

    Virginic. (LC)

    Joseph t.

    Johnston. (LC)

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  • : Lieutenant GeneralRichard S. Ewell. ILCI

    Major General

    George G. Meah

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    Braxton Bragg,Jn expert organizer anddisciplinarian. he never

    knew what to do withSUCCBSS. (B&L)

    Major Generai

    William S.

    Rosecrans. Vic-

    tor at luka,

    Corinth, and

    Stones River, he

    failed at

    Chickamauga.

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  • Shermans Drive East and North: May I&UApril 186s

    Major General William

    T. Sherman. He waged

    total weiin his Atlanta

    Campaign. his March to

    the Sea. and his sweep

    through the Carolinas.

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  • Grants Campaign Around Richmond: May 1864-

    A $1.00 greenback, August 1, 1862. This note bore apicture of Secretary of the Treasury Chase, who wastoter referred to as Old Greenback.

    A $100 Confederate note, 1864. Confederate papernotes were poorly engraved on coorre paper and pic-tured actual and mythological figures. This note showsLucy Pickehs, wife of the South Carolina governor.

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