5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- a One or more soldiers responsible for guard duty, always watchful for enemy approach.
- b A military leadership in order of importance and decision making responsibility usually prioritized from Commander in chief(president), General of the Army, Lt. General...
- c A unit of 4-6 cannons, or a fortified position on which they are placed.
- d The search for food by soldiers often at the expense of farmers in a battle.
- e To withdraw from the Union, as 11 Southern states did in 1860-61. During the war, Southerners were frequently called "secesh" by Northerners.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The formal release of slaves from bondage, as it happened in January 1863.
- The alliance of 11 Southern states to form the Confederate States of America.
- The murder of a prominent person such as President Lincoln.
- Large, Powerful weapons such as cannons and mortars.
- The big, concentrated attack against the enemy's weak or critical point
5 True/False Questions
Draft or Conscription → The formal release of slaves from bondage, as it happened in January 1863.
Dysentery → An often fatal disease of the human intestines, usually caused by unsanitary conditions of military camps and battle sites.
Infantry → Foot soldiers marching and fighting together. The vast majority of Civil War soldiers were infantry.
Torpedo → Civil War term for an underwater mine that exploded. Used on rivers to defend against enemy ships
Flanks → A military leadership in order of importance and decision making responsibility usually prioritized from Commander in chief(president), General of the Army, Lt. General...