5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Transcontinental Railroad
- P. G. T. Beauregard
- William Belnap
- Wade-Davis Bill
- a people thought they were natives to the US if their grandparents had lived here
- b said that instead of the 10 percent plan, the south had to have a majority in each state take the iron clad oath to be readmitted into the Union. Passed both houses of Congress but was pocket vetoed by Lincoln bc Lincoln thought it would be too hard to mend things between North and South that way
- c first prominent general of the confederates. Victor at 1st battle of Bull Run
- d was in charge of supplying the Indians on the reservation with blankets etc, but he instead sold the stuff
- e first railroad across the whole country in 1869
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- laws in each US state or colony that stated the status of slaves and the rights of their masters
- Confederate forces under PGT Beauregard and Albert Sidney Johnson attacked Grant, but were ultimately defeated
- said that a President did not have the right to fire anyone who had been appointed by a past president without the advice and consent of the Senate.
- abolitionist women who attacked slavery and sexual repression when prevented from participating in public debate. As a reaction, women activists started acting like men. in 1836 Congregationalist clergymen demanded they stop lecturing to male and female audiences, Sara turned to the Bible "The Lord Jesus...without any reference to sex or condition."
- several major battles of the Peninsula campaign were fought here and it was eventually turned into a cemetery.
5 True/False Questions
Progressivism → Political party. Rises from the "Convoluted election" of 1888. Grew from The Grange, but its problem was the element of racism. Advocated a lot of socialist ideas such as government control of railroads, unlimited silver coin printing, control of national currency through the treasury department, government run savings and loan system, graduated income, 8 hr working day, no immigration, secret ballot, initiative and referendum.
Harriet Beecher Stowe → United States policy that stated that further efforts by European countries to colonize land or interfere with states in the Americas would be viewed by the US as acts of aggression and the US would respond violently
Harper's Ferry → New comers from the north
Free Blacks → a term used after war to describe black people who weren't slaves
Peninsula Campaign → period after the civil war during which the south was trying to reconstruct their society.