Strengths & weaknesses of the articles of confederation 1-30 strengths & accomplishments government signed a treaty of alliance with france in 1778 government successfully waged a war for independence against the british. Strengths and weaknesses of the union and confederacy union (north) strengths population of 22 million people 90 percent of nations manufacturing more farms to provide food 21,000 miles of railroads nations wealth (gold, banks) located here weaknesses no military leadership most great military leaders went home to south confederate states of america (south) strengths fighting a defensive war. Students will also analyze strengths and weaknesses that led to union victory and confederate defeat (also reflect on what effect that had on the length of the war) 3. What were the advantages (strengths) and disadvantages (weaknesses) of both the confederacy and union during t get the answers you need, now.
~leader in cotton production ~britain stayed neutral ~maryland's sentiment was pro-confederacy ~home-turf advantage (750,000 square miles) ~waging a defensive war ~victory at manassas (battle of bull run. Strengths and weaknesses north and south (civil war) large navy and fleet of trading ships north strength president of the union. Strengths and weaknesses of southern confederate general robert e lee the military career of gen robert e lee is evaluated in terms of his strengths and weaknesses in a paper consisting of 12 pages. The union had twenty-two million people in its population, versus the mere nine million of the confederacy with the freeing of slaves, and the allowance to serve in the army, the population of the army grew by an additional 200,000 men. The articles of confederation, formally the articles of confederation and perpetual union, was an agreement among the 13 original states of the united states of america that served as its first constitution.
The regimental morning states for the union imply the following, although this is certainly an overstatement of strength, since a third of mcclellan's army straggled and didn't make it to the field they probably had about 45,000 infantry present on the field. The view from the confederacy the confederate states of america (csa) consisted of eleven states that seceded from the union before or after the inauguration of abraham lincoln in 1860 and 1861. 1 strengths and weaknesses of the articles of confederation the confederation strengths of the articles • governed the nation during & after the american revolution. Key civil war battles northern strategy - southern strategy - vicksburg gettysburg appomattox antietam ft sumter naval blockade. Strengths and weaknesses and indicate the relative position of each in early 1863 discuss the impact of military life and wartime experiences on confederate and.
Learn the strengths and weaknesses of the articles of confederation here history the articles of confederation , the united states' first constitution, was written during a time when the american. Mr zoeller compares the strengths and weaknesses of the north and south at the start of the civil war. The union strategy, although it was widely ridiculed at the time of it's announcement, was scott's anaconda plan, to blockade all southern ports and choke off the confederate ability to resist the us government. Strengths and weaknesses of the union and confederacy double-bubble map adapted from: dallek, robert, jesus garcia, donna ogle, and c frederick risinger. North vs south student name _____ date _____ you must address your side's particular strengths and weaknesses remember also to ranking field commanders in.
Interactive notebook setup 1/19/2018 union and confederate strengths and weaknesses this will be on one page. The union army was almost double the size of the confederate army, and controlled the union union weaknesses: the union army was fighting in enemy territory and on the offensive side, meaning they not only had to fight against the rebels, but also had to capture and take over them. Union weaknesses the confederacy was not very prepared for this war, for they had little money and half of the railroads the union did also once the union decided to end slavery as one of their main causes for fighting this war it drove the south's allies (france and england) away from the war. Shortly after the battle, four more states seceded from the union and joined the confederacy strengths and weaknesses both sides initially believed the war would end quickly.
What were the advanatages of both the unionists and the confederates at the end of the civil war. Strengths and weaknesses - stations activity - the civil war this lesson is a creative approach to a simple topic - strengths and weaknesses of the north (union) and south (confederacy) during the civil war.