America's Civil War by Tim McNeese

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Winfield Scott B. Robert Anderson F. Claiborne Jackson J. John Bell C. Irvin McDowell G. Great Skeddadle K. Thomas Jackson D. Nathaniel Lyon H. Earl Van Dorn L. George McClellan 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ 11. ____ 12. _____ © Milliken Publishing Company 42 MP3473 America’s Civil War The Trent Incident D uring the summer of 1861, General McClellan developed a massive and competent army but made no moves to take his men into battle. While McClellan’s forces numbered 200,000, he refused to fight or even move his army into Virginia until he had 270,000 men.

Claiborne Jackson J. John Bell C. Irvin McDowell G. Great Skeddadle K. Thomas Jackson D. Nathaniel Lyon H. Earl Van Dorn L. George McClellan 1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. ____ 5. ____ 6. ____ 7. ____8. ____ 9. ____ 10. ____ 11. ____ 12. _____ © Milliken Publishing Company 42 MP3473 America’s Civil War The Trent Incident D uring the summer of 1861, General McClellan developed a massive and competent army but made no moves to take his men into battle. While McClellan’s forces numbered 200,000, he refused to fight or even move his army into Virginia until he had 270,000 men.

With the future of Missouri as a border state still in the balance, President Lincoln was angered by Fremont’s single-handed freeing of slaves. A Confederate general, Earl Van Dorn, was handed command of the TransMississippi Department in early January 1862. When he reached the region, he intended to bring about the fall of St. Louis. He joined Price’s army of 15,000 men with his own force of 18,000. Nearly all the Confederates in these armies came from the states west of the Mississippi, including Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

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