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Civil WarGovernmentRevolutionary War Important People
Row 1, Col 1 Who won the Civil War? The North
1,2 What are the three branches of government? The Legislative, Executive, Judicial
1,3 Who won the Revolutionary War? The Patriots
1,4 q yes Was Ben Franklin an inventor ?
2,1 What were many woman in the Civil War? Nurses
2,2 How long a president can serve in office 4 years
2,3 Who lost the Battle of Yorktown? The Colonists
2,4 In 1758 this man wrote the first almanac. Ben Franklin
3,1 What was the south fighting for? To end slavery
3,2 What is the Bald Eagle? The national bird of the U.S
3,3 Where was the shot heard round the world? Lexington, MA
3,4 q a
4,1 What does it mean to retreat? to go back
4,2 What document was signed in 1788? The Constitution
4,3 What army did George Washington lead? The Continental army
4,4 These two men were hired by Jefferson to explore the land known as the Louisiana Purchase. Lewis and Clark
5,1 Why did the South have more slaves? There were more farms and it was more profitable
5,2 What is the Cabinet in the United States Government? The head of 15 departments in the Executive Branch
5,3 Where was the most deadliest battle of the Revolutionary war? Bunkerhill
5,4 The head of the Confederate Army during the Civil War General Lee
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