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FINAL EXAM REVIEW
What did the early battles of the Civil War show?
The need for well trained soldiers
Which was a greater risk, combat or infection and disease?
Infection and disease were greater
How did slaves in the South contribute to the Union war effort?
They refused to work on the plantations
How did African Americans in the Union Army contribute to the war effort?
They fought in major battles by 1863
Were all of the slaves in the United States freed AFTER the Civil War?
Why did the Civil War mark a major turning point in American History?
Americans began to think of the country as one nation rather than a confederation of states.
Which side won both the battles of Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville?
Both were a stunning Confederate victory
Who would have been most likely to disapprove of the Emancipation Proclamation?
Why did Lincoln handle the slavery issue cautiously at the beginning of the Civil War?
Because he wanted the border states to remain with the Union
What plan did Grant have for ending the war?
Destroy anything that might be useful to the enemy (TOTAL WAR)
Who was the president of the confederacy during the Civil War?
What river did the Union plan to take control of as a strategy for winning the Civil War?
What was the North’s one official goal at the start of the Civil War?
Keep the Union together
What did both sides realize during the early days of the Civil War?
Their hopes for a short was was unrealistic
What was one effect of the Emancipation Proclamation?
It added the abolition of slavery in the South to the Union’s war goals
What economic problem did both the North and the South experience during the Civil War?
How did the South deal with economic problems during the war?
Plantations grew food crops
The Confederate States of America was form in what year?
What conflict arose in 1848 in western territories over the issue of slavery?
If slaves would be allowed in the lands added from the Mexican Cession
What is the historical significance of Fort Sumter, South Carolina?
Confederate forces fired the first shots of the Civil War there.
What was the effect of the Missouri Compromise?
It balanced the number of free and slaves states for almost 30 years
What was the first state to secede from the Union?
The 54th Massachusetts Regiment lost over half its number trying to take this fort:
A person who wanted to end slavery completely was called a:
This novel described the evils of slavery and helped turn peoples attitudes against slavery:
Uncle Tom’s Cabin
What was significance of the battle of Vicksburg?
Gave the Union control of the Mississippi River and split the Confederacy in two.
This city was captured by the Union (Sherman) at Christmas time, 1864 (It was given to Lincoln as a Christmas Present)
Put these in correct orderAbe Lincoln elected Missouri Compromise Firing on Fort Sumter
Missouri Compromise Abe Lincoln elected Firing on Fort Sumter
Lincoln’s election brought a strong reaction in the:
Why did the Dred Scott decision shock many Americans?
It declared slaves were property in the same way that horses and sheep were property
Proslavery settlers who battled the antislavery forces in Kansas were known as…
This man assassinated Abe Lincoln in April, 1865
John Wilkes Booth
This general led a “March to Sea”
What led to the violence in Kansas in 1855?
The rivalry between proslavery and antislavery settlers
Henry Clay’s plan that allowed California to enter the Union as a free state and divided the rest of the Mexican Cession in the territories of New Mexico and Utah.
Compromise of 1850
What slaves were not covered under the terms of the Emancipation Proclamation?
Slaves in the border states that stayed with the Union.
How did southerners react to Abe Lincoln’s election?
Seven southern states seceded and formed the Confederate States of America
Who won the war?
The United States (Union)
General Lee surrendered at:
Appomattox Court House, VA
Single bloodiest battle of the Civil War
Chapter 16 Review. The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 received what reaction from Northerners? a. They were indifferent about it. b. They supported it. c.
Civil War Unit Test Review
Civil War Review Civil War Review. What happened when the Southern states seceded?
Battles and Events of the Civil War. First Shots at Fort Sumter The south took control of most of the federal forts in the South. The south took control.
What side had a greater population during the Civil War?
Located in Charleston, South Carolina. Davis did not want the fort to be resupplied and ordered its capture. The Confederacy fired upon the fort for.
The Civil War
Unit 3: The Civil War-A Nation Divided
The American Civil War.
Events of the Civil War By: VaShon Williams 2 nd Period.
Goal 3: Crisis, Civil War, and Reconstruction
Civil War Review. People to Know: Jefferson Davis-President of the Confederacy Abraham Lincoln-President of the Union.
Chapter 17 U.S. History A:B: Battle of Shiloh Battle of Fredericksburg #1 One of the worst defeats for the Union was the. C:D: Battle of Chancellorsville.
Road Map of Civil War Uncle Tom’s Cabin Harper’s Ferry Dred Scott Election of 1860 First Event Harriet Beecher Stowe wrote a book titled Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
People Final Exam Review Jeopardy! Battles Laws etcUnion or Confederacy Potpourri.
The Civil War.
Unit 4: A Nation Divided Lesson 4: Civil War Leaders and Battles part 1.
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.
Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
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.
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