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  1. Battle of Sabine Pass II
  2. Battle of Sabine Pass I
  3. John Reagan
  4. Battle of Galveston II
  5. Thomas Green
  1. a He was a Texas representative in the U.S. House of Representatives before and after the Civil War
  2. b He operated the only cannons in Sam Houston's Army during the Texas Revolution
  3. c Union gunboats won this battle on the Sabine River through superior range and accuracy of their cannon and mortars.
  4. d The Confederate forces captured 3 of the Union boats.
  5. e The Confederate gunners were able force back the Union flotilla sent to land at Fort Griffin and destroy it.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Galveston was first captured by Union forces in 1862 when the Confederate forces withdrew from the island during a 4 four day truce.
  2. He became known as the "Old Roman" who had sacrificed his political future for the good of the state of Texas
  3. This was the last battle of the Civil War and occurred after General Lee's surrender.
  4. The heroic actions of the 44 defenders of Fort Griffin caused Union actions in the area to cease for month.
  5. This U.S. Military Academy graduate's greatest feat was the recapture of Galveston from Union forces.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Homestead ActPassed in 1862, it gave 160 acres of public land to any settler who would farm the land for five years.

          

  2. Battle of Palmito RanchThis battle was a multicultural affair because it involved Native-American, African-American, Hispanic-American and Anglo-Americans.

          

  3. Thomas GreenHe was a Texas representative in the U.S. House of Representatives before and after the Civil War

          

  4. Battle of Sabine Pass IThis battle resulted in a Union victory that enabled Union forces to make incursions into the interior of Texas and Louisiana.

          

  5. John Bell HoodHe was a Texas representative in the U.S. House of Representatives before and after the Civil War

          

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