5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Battle of Galveston I
- Battle of Galveston II
- John Bell Hood
- Francis Lubbock
- Battle of Palmito Ranch
- a During this Battle of Galveston there were 600 Confederate casualties.
- b This battle was a multicultural affair because it involved Native-American, African-American, Hispanic-American and Anglo-Americans.
- c He was Treasurer of the state of Texas after Reconstruction
- d He had his Texas Brigade named after him
- e A four day truce/cease fire was agreed on after a brief exchange of fire between Union ships and Confederate Forts
5 Multiple choice questions
- He was a Texas representative in the U.S. House of Representatives before and after the Civil War
- This battle resulted in a Union victory that enabled Union forces to make incursions into the interior of Texas and Louisiana.
- After graduating from the U.S. Military Academy he was transferred to the 2nd Calvary in Texas
- This U.S. Military Academy graduate's greatest feat was the recapture of Galveston from Union forces.
- Galveston was first captured by Union forces in 1862 when the Confederate forces withdrew from the island during a 4 four day truce.
5 True/False questions
Battle of Sabine Pass I → Union gunboats won this battle on the Sabine River through superior range and accuracy of their cannon and mortars.
Battle of Sabine Pass II → This battle resulted in a Union victory that enabled Union forces to make incursions into the interior of Texas and Louisiana.
Battle of Palmito Ranch → A four day truce/cease fire was agreed on after a brief exchange of fire between Union ships and Confederate Forts
Homestead Act → He became known as the "Old Roman" who had sacrificed his political future for the good of the state of Texas
Battle of Sabine Pass II → The Confederate gunners were able force back the Union flotilla sent to land at Fort Griffin and destroy it.