cwhatton Mrs. Hatton
Geneseo Middle High School Librarian
http://www.geneseo.edu/~gcs/
 
Civil War Web Quest

Go to http://www2.cr.nps.gov/abpp/battles/bycampgn.htm Select any battle.  List the following information for that battle:

-name of the battle

-where it was fought

-when it was fought

-who commanded each side

-the number of casualties (killed and wounded)

-a brief description of the battle and it's results




Go to http://www.iserv.net/~civilmed/images.html   Select 2 of the images and case descriptions that go with them and for each one write:


-a brief description of what you see in the picture

-what injuries the person suffered

-when and where the injury happened



Go to http://users.aol.com/dlharvey/stat.htm  Look at the casualties for new York.


What was the total number of New Yorkers killed in the war?

How many were:

-killed in action?

-died of wounds?

-died of disease?

-died of other causes?

Based on these figures, what can you conclude about the medical and health conditions that existed on the battlefield?



Go to
http://www.nara.gov/education/teaching/usct/broadsid.gif

Answer the following questions from the poster.

-Who do you think the poster is made for?

-What does the Government hope these people will do?

-what does the poster day aout pay?

_What does it day about treatment of prisoners of war?

-What evidence of discrimination during the Civil War do you find in theis poster?

_What evidence of Government efforts to improve conditions for black soldiers do you find in this document?

-What do you think the government's purpose was in making this poster?

-How is the design of this poster different from military recruitment posters or commericals you see today?





This web Quest is an adaptation of the web quest at http://www.glencove.k12.ny.us/teachers/McAuley/CWIA.htm



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