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Chapter 18, Lesson 4: Civil War and Freedom (pp. 467-471)

I. North and South

II. Soldiers and Citizens

    A. The battlefields were bloody and soldiers endured marches, muddy camps, and bad food.

    B. At home, southern women took over businesses and plantations or nursed the wounded.

III. Freedom and Victory
    A. Lincoln called for the emancipation of all slaves in states that did not belong to the Union.

    B. General Ulysses S. Grant led the Union to victory over the Confederacy.

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