Topic: Project Arrow "Assignment Collection"-- Lincoln Resources On-Line Studies

TOPICS FOR LEARNING ABOUT PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN, HIS LIFE, THE CIVIL WAR AND MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS

LEARNING ON-LINE IS AN EDUCATIONAL COLLECTION WITH ACTIVITIES, PROJECTS AND INFORMATION RESOURCES

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NOTE HOW THESE SETS ARE ORGANIZED:

  • Numbered Sets are about the Presidential Years and the Civil War

  • Lettered Sets are about Lincoln's life and Special Topics, not necessarily presidential or Civil War and sometimes miscellaneous.

   

CONTENTS SET:

FOLLOWING THE LINCOLN HERITAGE TRAIL

CONTENTS SET:

COLES COUNTY, ILLINOIS VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP

CONTENTS SET A:

Abraham Lincoln Biographical Information

(General)

CONTENTS SET C:

Abraham Lincoln, Springfield Lawyer and Politician, including the Pre-Presidential Years.

CONTENTS SET B: 

The Lincolns at Springfield

CONTENTS SET D:

Miscellaneous Topics

   

CONTENTS SET ONE: 

The Antebellum period & slavery;  The causes of secession and the build up before the war; A comparison of the North and the South; Slavery in the South; the fighting begins at Ft. Sumter; War goals for the Union and the Confederacy

 

CONTENTS SET FIVE: 

New technologies are used; the Navy rules the nations waterways; a fighting and winning general is found after one is fired

 

CONTENTS SET TWO: 

President Lincoln takes charge and appoints his cabinet, makes preliminary plans with General Winfield Scott; Learns about conducting a war; Lincoln's Politics during the Civil War; Lincoln's command; The War Room (Dept. of War building behind the White House)

 

CONTENTS SET SIX: 

A great speech is given at Gettysburg Cemetery Dedication; the purpose of war shifts to fighting slavery; The Emancipation Proclamation; Black men are admitted into the Army & Navy-- many heroes; Speeches

 

CONTENTS SET THREE: 

Keeping the country united is the reason for war; The first battle at Ft. Sumter, and the first year of the war; the Battle of Bull Run shakes up the government-- was the country's army and navy ready? General U.S. Grant Orders Activity & The theaters of war in the Civil War; the Great Locomotive Chase

 

CONTENTS SET SEVEN: 

The personalities of the war are studied including military and non-military; the Cavalry and Spies; Generals of the War;  West Point Generals (both sides)

 

CONTENTS SET FOUR: 

Introduction; Great Battles; statistics of the war; the Medal of Honor

 

CONTENTS SET EIGHT: 

The president is assassinated and slavery is abolished; Reconstruction Plan under President Lincoln

 

   

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