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Civil War Review Shaffer/Lusk 2012-13
11 Confederate states that seceded from the union Florida Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Virginia Tennessee Arkansas Alabama Louisiana Texas Mississippi
A machine that cleans seeds from cotton a.Cotton Gin b.Yeomanry c.Overseer d.Slave Codes
A member of the Confederate Army during the Civil War a.Union b.Yankee c.Rebel d.Abolitionist
A member of the Union Army during the Civil War a.Abolitionist b.Yankee c.Rebel d.Confederacy
A person who wanted to end slavery a.Suffrage b.Yankee c.Rebel d.Abolitionist
A person who wanted to end slavery a.Cotton Gin b.Yankee c.Rebel d.Abolitionist
Admiral of the union navy that gained control of the port of New Orleans a.Farragut b.Yankee c.Rebel d.Abolitionist
Agreement that admitted California as a free state, banned slave trade in DC, etc. a.Farragut b.Compromise of 1850 c.Rebel d.Abolitionist
Angel of the Battlefield; started the Red Cross a.Farragut b.Compromise of 1850 c.Clara Barton d.Abolitionist
Another name for the South during the Civil War a.Confederacy b.Union c.Emancipation d.Abolitionist
Another name of the North in the Civil War a.Confederacy b.Secede c.Suffrage d.Union
Assassinated President Abraham Lincoln a.John Wilkes Booth b.Compromise of 1850 c.Clara Barton d.Union
Battle that was considered the turning point in the war a.John Wilkes Booth b.Gettysburg c.Clara Barton d.Union
Born into slavery before escaping in 1838; Edited the North Star (abolitionist paper) a.John Wilkes Booth b.William Lloyd Garrison c.Nat Turner d.Fredrick Douglass
Captured (burned) Atlanta and led a march to the sea a.George Meade b.William Tecumseh Sherman c.George McClellan d.Robert E. Lee
Defeated Lee's troops at the Battle of Gettysburg a.George McClellan b.Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson c.George Meade d.Fredrick Douglass
Delivered Emancipation Proclamation a.William Lloyd Garrison b.Abraham Lincoln c.John C. Calhoun d.Dred Scott
Families on small Southern Farms a.Yeomanry b.Underground Railroad c.Border States d.Slave Codes
Famous "conductor"; led 300 to freedom a.Fredrick Douglass b.Abraham Lincoln c.Harriet Tubman d.John Bowen
Famous union General that destroyed the city of Atlanta on his "march to the sea' a.Yeomanry b.Abraham Lincoln c.Sherman d.Fredrick Douglass
Federal fort located in South Carolina; the surrender essentially started the Civil War a.Shiloh b.Fort Sumter c.Appomattox Courthouse d.Vicksburg
Founded The Liberator; supports emancipation a.William Lloyd Garrison b.Clara Barton c.Sherman d.Fredrick Douglass
Freeing of enslaved persons a.Sectionalism b.Compromise of 1850 c.Emancipation d.Fugitive Slave Act
General who helped the Confederates win the First Battle of Bull Run; shot by another rebel a.Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson b.William Tecumseh Sherman c.John Wilkes Booth d.Clara Barton
He and followers murdered 5 proslavery settlers a.Dred Scott b.John Bowen c.Nat Turner d.Fredrick Douglass
In 1854, this repealed the ban on slavery north of the Missouri Compromise line a.Compromise of 1850 b.Fugitive Slave Act c.Kansas-Nebraska Act d.Sectionalism
Laws that denied enslaved Africans most of their rights a.Yeomanry b.Underground Railroad c.Overseer d.Slave Codes
Led slave revolt in Virginia; killed about 60 whites a.Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson b.Nat Turner c.Dred Scott d.Clara Barton
Lee's surrender here officially ended the Civil War a.Appomattox Courthouse b.Shiloh c.Vicksburg d.Atlanta
Mandated harsh penalties for those who assisted runaway slaves a.Kansas-Nebraska Act b.Fugitive Slave Act c.Compromise of 1850 d.Sectionalism
Meade and the Union defeated Lee and the Confederate here; the turning point of the war a.Fort Sumter b.Richmond c.Gettysburg d.Antietam
Much of this place was burned to the ground, and the Yankees then marched on to the sea a.Washington, D.C. b.Richmond c.Antietam d.Atlanta
Official surrender of Robert E. Lee to Ulysses S. Grant occurred at Appomattox Court House which is in which state a.Florida b.Virginia c.West Virginia d.North Carolina
Rejected Lincoln's offer to lead the Union armies and took command of Confederate forces in Virginia a.Robert E. Lee b.Clara Barton c.Ulysses S. Grant d.George Meade
Rivalry based on the special interests of different areas a.Sectionalism b.Emancipation c.Secede d.Compromise of 1850
Series of houses where "conductors" hid runaway slaves a.Slave Codes b.Overseer c.Underground Railroad d.Atlanta
South Carolina Senator; warned the South would secede a.John C. Calhoun b.Willima Lloyd Garrison c.Fredrick Douglass d.John Bowen
Sued for his freedom because his master had taken him to free territory; unfortunately, he wasn't a citizen a.John C. Calhoun b.George McClellan c.Clara Barton d.Dred Scot
The capital of the Confederacy a.Richmond b.Washington, D.C. c.Vicksburg d.Atlanta
The direct supervisor of enslaved workers a.Cotton Gin b.Border States c.Overseer d.Dred Scot
The Federal capital a.Richmond b.Virginia c.Washington, D.C. d.Atlanta
The right to vote a.Union b.Suffrage c.Confederacy d.Emancipation
The states along the line that divided the Union and Confederacy a.Overseer b.Slave Codes c.Yeomanry d.Border States
This battle ended in a draw; known as the bloodiest single day of the war a.Antietam b.Richmond c.Vicksburg d.Appomattox Courthouse
This siege split the Confederacy in half and gave the Union control of the Mississippi River a.Vicksburg b.Fort Sumter c.Washington, D.C. d.Antietam
Union General nicknamed "Unconditional Surrender" a.Robert E. Lee b.George Meade c.Ulysses S. Grant d.George McClellan
Union General who gained control of the Mississippi with a victory at Vicksburg a.William Tecumseh Sherman b.Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson c.Ulysses S. Grant d.John Wilkes Booth
Union set up along the waterways that cut off the south access to supplies and resources a.Blockade b.Suffrage c.Farragut d.Border States
Winner at the 1st Battle of Bull Run a.Union b.Suffrage c.Confederacy d.Border States
Withdraw from a large political body a.Blockade b.Suffrage c.Confederacy d.Secede
2015 Civil War Review. 11 Confederate states that seceded from the union Florida Georgia South Carolina North Carolina Virginia Tennessee Arkansas Alabama.
Civil War People Civil War Terms Bloody Battles Which.
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Strategy and Battles of the Civil War
The Civil War Union: President – Abe Lincoln Generals – Grant, McClellan, Sherman Confederacy: President – Jefferson Davis Generals – Lee, Jackson.
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Civil War. Secession of Southern States South Carolina first, followed by Mississippi, Florida, Alabama Georgian Alexander Stephens encouraged Georgia.
Causes of the Civil War & The Civil War
Civil War Unit Test Review
Misc. Battles Generals Abolitionist Government
Jeopardy PeoplePlaces Battles Vocabulary Misc. II Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
1. Differences between the North and South 2. Missouri Compromise Forbid Slavery above the 36 30’ line Kept N&S states equal in the Senate 3. The Dred.
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CIVIL WAR Leading to War Most Southern states bought goods from Europe because they were cheaper. Tariff of 1828-made goods from other countries.
By: Amy Sanderson 3 rd hour. The South and the North were in a disagreement over many things. The North wanted to keep the Union together, while the South.
Civil War North vs. South Civil War Facts. North vs. South 11 states broke away (seceded) from the United States to form the Confederate States of America.
Chapter 11 Study Guide. What was Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation? Legislation freeing enslaved people in states still fighting the Union.
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