History Quest: The Anaconda Plan Learn about the north's plan to blockade the south during the Civil War.

History Quest: The Anaconda Plan Learn about the north's plan to blockade the south during the Civil War.

Civil War print - General Winfield Scott - The Anaconda Plan

Civil War print - General Winfield Scott - The Anaconda Plan

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This is a political cartoon illustrating the intent of the Anaconda Plan, to suffocate the Confederacy within their own borders so that they surrender.

This is a political cartoon illustrating the intent of the Anaconda Plan, to suffocate the Confederacy within their own borders so that they surrender.

General Scott's "Anaconda Plan" 1861. Tightening naval blockade, rebels out of Missouri along Mississippi River, Kentucky Unionists sit on the fence, idled cotton industry illustrated in Georgia

General Scott's "Anaconda Plan" 1861. Tightening naval blockade, rebels out of Missouri along Mississippi River, Kentucky Unionists sit on the fence, idled cotton industry illustrated in Georgia

This picture shows the anaconda plan strategy of the north. This picture shows how the Union blockaded the south.

This picture shows the anaconda plan strategy of the north. This picture shows how the Union blockaded the south.

Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout: Winfield Scott and the Plan to Squeeze the Rebels. On May 3, 1861 aged Lt. General Winfield Scott, Commanding General of the United States Army, presented President Abraham Lincoln and his Cabinet, with his Anaconda Plan to conduct the war.    The plan was widely derided by the press and public, which believed that a quick, decisive battle with the main Confederate army in Virginia would win the War of Rebellion.  Scott knew better.

Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout: Winfield Scott and the Plan to Squeeze the Rebels. On May 3, 1861 aged Lt. General Winfield Scott, Commanding General of the United States Army, presented President Abraham Lincoln and his Cabinet, with his Anaconda Plan to conduct the war. The plan was widely derided by the press and public, which believed that a quick, decisive battle with the main Confederate army in Virginia would win the War of Rebellion. Scott knew better.

American Civil War  - What was the Anaconda Plan? (USE THIS ONE)

American Civil War - What was the Anaconda Plan? (USE THIS ONE)

Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: Civil War Anaconda Plan

Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: Civil War Anaconda Plan

The blockade of Charleston was a part of the Union's Anaconda Plan. It crippled the best port the Confederacy had, and it made many supplies hard to come by.

The blockade of Charleston was a part of the Union's Anaconda Plan. It crippled the best port the Confederacy had, and it made many supplies hard to come by.

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