Union Plan

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Union Plan

Union Plan

Leaders *Ulysses S. Grant *George Mcclellan *Robert Anderson *Nathaniel Banks *General William Tecumseh Sherman *George Custer *Winfield Scott Hancock *Abner Doubleday *Ambrose Burnside *Arthur Macarthur *Benjamin Butler *Daniel Sickles *George Meade *George Thomas*Irvin Mcdowell*John Buford *John Pope *John Reynolds *Joseph Hooker*Joshua Chamberlain *Philip Sheridan

Strategies*Confederacy - Its goal was to secure independence from the North and to establish an independent nation free from Northern political oppression and the repression of slavery. The War from beginning to end would be a noble crusade for democracy for white people. This goal was grounded firmly in the belief that the Constitution protected slavery, but the Union had denied that right. Southerners, therefore, had the right to secede as it was the only way to defend their right to own slaves and their belief in states' rights. Their actions, therefore, were defensive as they had no choice but secession because of the oppressive politics of the North

Strategies *Union - Its initial goal was to reconcile the Union, while its mid-war goal became to reunite states under a Union in which slavery was not tolerated. The war from beginning to end would be a noble crusade for democracy for all people, not just in America, but throughout the world. This goal was grounded firmly in the belief that the South had no right to secede from the Union and that secession was treasonous and paramount to an act of war against the Union. Their actions, therefore, were defensive as they had no choice but to call for troops after the firing of Fort Sumter.

Battles *April 12, 1861: Battle of Fort Sumter *June 30, 1861: Battle of Philippi *July 21, 1861: First Battle of Bull Run/First Battle of Manassas *October 21, 1861: Battle of Ball's Bluff *November 7, 1861: Battle of Belmont *April 5, 1862: Siege of Yorktown *April 6-7, 1862: Battle of Shiloh*April 10-11, 1862: Battle of Fort Pulaski *July 1-3, 1863: Battle of Gettysburg

Flag used by Northeners

"Hail, Columbia" was the first American national anthem. It was composed for George Washington's presidential inaugural as "President's March." It was first performed with lyrics during President John Adams' administration. This anthem was performed for nearly every formal occasion over which Lincoln presided, generally following immediately after "Hail to the Chief." After singer de Hegermann-Lindencrone sang for Lincoln he said, "I think I might become a musician if I heard you often, but so far I know only two tunes. He explained, these were "Hail, Columbia," because he had to stand up and take off his hat when it was sung

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