Learning Goal: I’m working on a history writing question and need support to hel

Learning Goal: I’m working on a history writing question and need support to help me learn.SECTION 1PART 1: A Confederate Soldier Writes to His FamilyG.C. Brown, Letter to His Sister and Mother (1863) The Valley Project SHORT-ANSWER QUESTION Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
Perspective Taking: What does Brown’s letter suggest about the conditions in the Confederate South?
Challenging: Why might the residents of Chambersburg have objected to Brown and his men’s presence?
Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
Part 2: A Union Officer Addresses His TroopsSHORT-ANSWER QUESTION Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
Perspective Taking: What was the concern of Spiegel and the other commanders who chastised their soldiers?
Challenging: Why do you think the soldiers of the Union Army took issue with fighting an “abolition war”?
Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
PART 3: Daily Life among a Black Regiment: In this section you will analyze your third primary source by answering the questions below.SHORT-ANSWER QUESTION Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
Perspective Taking: According to Susie King Taylor, what additional hardships did black soldiers face?
Perspective Taking: For what reason did the black volunteers of South Carolina serve in the army?
Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
PART 4 Dispatches from a Committed Confederate In this section you will analyze your final primary source by answering the questions below. Summarizing: Write a one-to-three-sentence summary of the document, using your own words. Include significant people, places, and times.
Perspective Taking: According to Landers, why does he serve in the Army?
Challenging: What assumptions or beliefs did Eli Landers express that might be challenged by those of others?
Connecting: How do you think this document will be helpful to you in answering your research question?
SECTION 2: Answer the following questions about the primary sources related to the American Civil War.MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONWhy does G.C. Brown write home to his family? Choose the BEST answer. to send along goods and supplies
to praise the hospitality of the North
to report that he is injured
to send word of his flagging morale
In what way does G.C. Brown praise the towns of the North? in their eagerness to help the South
in their acceptance to Confederate currency
in the attractiveness of their women
in their wealth of goods and supplies
For what purpose is Colonel Spiegel addressing his men? to punish them for stealing goods
to apologize to them for withholding pay
to chastise them for poor behavior
to praise them for achieving victory
To what were Colonel Spiegel’s soldiers reacting? Lee’s announcement that he won a significant battle
Spiegel’s declaration that they would not be paid
Grant’s statement that surrender was not an option
Lincoln’s proclamation to free southern enslaved people
What role did Susie King Taylor serve while traveling with the South Carolina Volunteers? teacher
nurse
soldier
enslaved laborer
What made the First South Carolina Volunteers unique from other soldiers? They were teachers.
They were underage.
They were women.
They were black.
According to Susie King Taylor, what did the South Carolina Volunteer soldiers have to go without for eighteen months? clean clothes
a warm bed
letters from home
soldiers’ pay
How did Eli Landers’s feelings about the war change? He became further committed to the cause as time passed.
He became less enthuisastic but remained loyal.
He rejected the Confederacy and sought desertion.
He was initially agnostic but later committed to the war.
What was the cause of Eli Landers’s death? typhoid fever
a bullet wound to the hand
shell bombardments
malnutrition
What cause did Landers say that he was fighting for? reunification
abolition
independence
subjugation
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