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1 Chapter 10 Secession & Civil War To play the game, go to the next slide and click on a point value to go to a question. To go to final Wrap-Up click on Final Wrap-Up at the bottom of the main screen.

2 Sectionalism Civil War War in Louisiana Last Years of the War VocabularySecession

3 Team 1Team 2Team 3Team 4 Team 5 Wager board

4 What would be the position of a person who supported the idea of states’ rights in the United States in the 18th century?

5 The rights of states should prevail over the rights of the federal government score board

6 What is the author’s intended message in this political cartoon?

7 The argument over slavery was tearing the United States apart score board

8 What was the purpose of the Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850?

9 To settle disputes over slavery score board

10 What novel published in 1852 created great sympathy for the suffering of slaves and advanced the abolitionists’ movement in the North?

11 Uncle Tom’s Cabin scoreboard

12 What was the most controversial part of the Compromise of 1850?

13 Fugitive Slave Act score board

14 According to the timeline, which event occurred in 1861?

15 Louisiana seceded from the U.S. score board

16 Disputes over which two issues led to the creation of the Confederate States of America?

17 slavery and states’ rights score board

18 What happened as a direct result of Lincoln’s election in 1860?

19 Southern states began to secede from the United States score board

20 Why did many Southerners feel Lincoln’s election was illegitimate?

21 His name was not on the ballots in ten of the fifteen slave states score board

22 What conclusion can be drawn from this sermon excerpt by Reverend Benjamin Palmer of New Orleans?

23 Palmer’s status and words helped to persuade Louisiana’s citizens to secede score board

24 What is the author’s intended message in this political cartoon?

25 The argument over slavery was tearing the United States apart score board

26 What was the purpose of the Emancipation Proclamation?

27 to pressure the Confederates to end the war score board

28 How was the complaint “a rich man’s struggle but a poor man’s fight” related to the Conscription Act?

29 Draft exemptions favored upper class professionals and those who benefited from slavery score board

30 What does the author want you to know about Abraham Lincoln?

31 Lincoln would attack slavery in order to force the Confederate States to stop fighting score board

32 What conclusion can be drawn from the graphs?

33 The Union would have a greater advantage during the Civil War score board

34 Where did the longest siege of the Civil War occur?

35 Port Hudson score board

36 What conclusion can be drawn about the role of the Mississippi in the Union strategy?

37 Much of the Union’s strategy depended on controlling the Mississippi score board

38 Why did Wheat’s unit become known as the “Fighting Tigers”?

39 They were ferocious with the enemy and wild off the battlefield score board

40 Why was Louisiana a primary target for the Union?

41 The port of New Orleans and the Mississippi River were crucial to Confederate trade and transportation score board

42 What was Louisiana’s primary concern when considering secession?

43 economic impact score board

44 What conclusion can be drawn about the Union’s plan to defeat the Confederacy?

45 Blockading the South’s major ports and waterways would cripple their transportation, supplies, and economy score board

46 What was the Confiscation Act?

47 It allowed Union soldiers to take possession of property belonging to Confederate supporters score board

48 Which Confederate capital was the last to surrender?

49 Shreveport score board

50 Who was the commander of the United States Navy at New Orleans?

51 David Farragut score board

52 What group did Kate Stone start a chapter of in Madison Parish?

53 United Daughters of the Confederacy score board

54 What is the meaning of the term emancipate?

55 set free score board

56 What is popular sovereignty?

57 The ability of the people of an area to decide an issue for themselves score board

58 The division of the nation’s states based on slave or free would be the best example of what term?

59 Sectionalism score board

60 To which event is the text referring?

61 Emancipation Proclamation score board

62 What was the Fugitive Slave Act?

63 It required all citizens to assist officials in the locating and return of escaped slaves score board

64 Make your wager on the scoreboard scoreFinal Question

65 Why were Louisiana sugar planters particularly concerned with secession?

66 Losing protective federal tariffs would affect prices and markets for their crop score board


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