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.

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.

Lincoln attacks the south with the Anaconda Plan

Lincoln attacks the south with the Anaconda Plan

The Anaconda Plan was used by the union to suck the life out of the south. They would use the army and the navy to take over all southern ports and not let anything in or out which would cause the economy of the south to be ruined. They also used thenavy to take control of the Missisippi river so they could cut the confederacy into 2 pieces.

The Anaconda Plan was used by the union to suck the life out of the south. They would use the army and the navy to take over all southern ports and not let anything in or out which would cause the economy of the south to be ruined. They also used thenavy to take control of the Missisippi river so they could cut the confederacy into 2 pieces.

Civil War print - General Winfield Scott - The Anaconda Plan

Civil War print - General Winfield Scott - The Anaconda Plan

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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.

Union forces started a blockade of Southern ports in order to stop the exporting of cotton and prevent the imports of materials to help the South. The idea  of blockading was formed after the attack on Fort Sumter. This was all a small part of the Anaconda Plan.

Union forces started a blockade of Southern ports in order to stop the exporting of cotton and prevent the imports of materials to help the South. The idea of blockading was formed after the attack on Fort Sumter. This was all a small part of the Anaconda Plan.

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

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

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.

Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: Civil War Anaconda Plan

Political Cartoon Analysis Activity: Civil War Anaconda Plan

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