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This cautious Union general This cautious Union general frustrated Lincoln during the frustrated Lincoln during the early years of the Civil War.early years of the Civil War.

Who is Who is George George

McClellan?McClellan?

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He was the most successful He was the most successful Union general in the early Union general in the early

stages of the Civil Warstages of the Civil War..

Who is Ulysses Who is Ulysses S. Grant?S. Grant?

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After the Emancipation After the Emancipation Proclamation, these soldiers Proclamation, these soldiers

fought on the Union side in large fought on the Union side in large numbers.numbers.

Who are African Who are African American soldiers?American soldiers?

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He surrendered his army He surrendered his army at Appomattox at Appomattox

Courthouse.Courthouse.

Who is Who is Robert E. Robert E.

Lee?Lee?

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It was his main goal as It was his main goal as president.president.

What is to What is to reunite the reunite the

nation?nation?

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After this battle, the North After this battle, the North and the South realized the and the South realized the Civil War would be a long, Civil War would be a long,

hard struggle.hard struggle.

What is the 1What is the 1stst Battle of Bull Run Battle of Bull Run or 1or 1stst Manassas? Manassas?

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After this battle in September After this battle in September 1862, Robert E. Lee was forced 1862, Robert E. Lee was forced

to retreat back into Virginia.to retreat back into Virginia.

What is the Battle What is the Battle of Antietam?of Antietam?

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During the Civil War, both sides During the Civil War, both sides experienced this economic experienced this economic

problem.problem.

What is inflation, or a What is inflation, or a rise in the price of rise in the price of

goods?goods?

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He is remembered for his “March He is remembered for his “March to the sea” toward the end of to the sea” toward the end of

the Civil War.the Civil War.

Who is Who is William William

Tecumseh Tecumseh Sherman?Sherman?

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It became the North’s It became the North’s strategy toward the end of strategy toward the end of

the Civil War.the Civil War.

What is Total What is Total War?War?

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They were four advantages the They were four advantages the North had over the South.North had over the South.

What are:What are:1.1.They had about 85% of the They had about 85% of the

factories.factories.2.2.Twice as much railroad trackTwice as much railroad track3.3.Twice as much farmlandTwice as much farmland4.4.2/3 of the population2/3 of the population

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It is the rule in which the military is It is the rule in which the military is in charge and citizen’s rights are in charge and citizen’s rights are

suspended.suspended.

What is martial What is martial law?law?

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These three border states faced These three border states faced divided loyalties throughout the divided loyalties throughout the

Civil War.Civil War.

What are:What are:

1.1.MarylandMaryland

2.2.MissouriMissouri

3.3.KentuckyKentucky

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Grant offered Lee surrender terms Grant offered Lee surrender terms that could best be described by that could best be described by

this adjective.this adjective.

What is generous?What is generous?

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They were two goals Lincoln They were two goals Lincoln shared in his Second shared in his Second

Inaugural Speech.Inaugural Speech.

What are:What are:

1.1.Peace with the SouthPeace with the South

2.2.The rebuilding of the The rebuilding of the Union.Union.

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They were three advantages the They were three advantages the South had over the North.South had over the North.

What are:What are:1.1.They fought mostly a defensive They fought mostly a defensive

war.war.2.2.They were familiar with the They were familiar with the

territory.territory.3.3.They had most of the nation’s They had most of the nation’s

experienced military officers.experienced military officers.

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This document ended slavery in This document ended slavery in areas fighting the Union.areas fighting the Union.

What is the Emancipation What is the Emancipation Proclamation?Proclamation?

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Southern hostility toward the Southern hostility toward the Union was regarded as strongest Union was regarded as strongest

in these two states.in these two states.

What are:What are:1.1.AlabamaAlabama2.2.MississippiMississippi

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This battle in southern This battle in southern Pennsylvania stopped a Pennsylvania stopped a

major Confederate invasion major Confederate invasion of the North.of the North.What is What is

Gettysburg?Gettysburg?

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It was the main message of It was the main message of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Lincoln’s Gettysburg

Address.Address.

What is the end of What is the end of slavery in the slavery in the

nation?nation?

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They were three main strategies They were three main strategies the North used to defeat the the North used to defeat the

South.South.

What are:What are:1.1.A naval blockade of A naval blockade of

southern portssouthern ports2.2.Gain control of the Gain control of the

Mississippi RiverMississippi River3.3.Invade Virginia and seize Invade Virginia and seize

Richmond.Richmond.

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They were three technological They were three technological advancements during the Civil War.advancements during the Civil War.

What are:What are:1.1.Ironclad warshipsIronclad warships2.2.Rifles and cannons were Rifles and cannons were

more accuratemore accurate3.3.Weapons could be loaded Weapons could be loaded

more quicklymore quickly

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These three “oddities” These three “oddities” affected soldiers’ service in affected soldiers’ service in

the Civil War.the Civil War.What are:What are:

1.1.Soldiers from both sides often went home to Soldiers from both sides often went home to plant or harvest crops.plant or harvest crops.

2.2.Northerners could avoid the draft by paying Northerners could avoid the draft by paying $300.$300.

3.3.Southerners who held at least 20 slaves did not Southerners who held at least 20 slaves did not have to serve.have to serve.

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This battle gave the Union This battle gave the Union control of the Mississippi control of the Mississippi

river.river.

What is What is Vicksburg?Vicksburg?

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These two American documents These two American documents are similar in their support for are similar in their support for the ideals of self-government the ideals of self-government

and human rights.and human rights.

What are:What are:1.1.The Declaration of The Declaration of IndependenceIndependence

2.2.Lincoln’s Gettysburg AddressLincoln’s Gettysburg Address