5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- The South
- 13th Amendment
- Uncle tom's Cabin
- Dred Scott Decision
- a Remained an agricultural society and the economy was based ona single crop; cotton. ____ planters depended on enslaved African Americans to farm this product.
- b The amendment abolished slavery as a legal institution.
- c A slave that was enslaved but then he was taken to Illinois and Wisconsin which were free territories so he felt he should be free but the court ruled that he was still property and not a citizen.
- d Negative term for Northerners who moved to the South after the Civil War.
- e A book published by Harriet Beacher Stowe that sparked protest of slavery in the North.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Actor and confederate supporter. He assassinated President Lincoln
- Laws that restricted African Americans' rights and opportunities.
- Developed busy cities embraced technology and industry and built factories staffed by paid workers. As immigrants came, the ____ became an increasingly diverse society.
- Congressmen who advocated full citizenship rights for African Americans along with a harsh Reconstruction policy toward the South.
- 1870 and 1871 laws that made it a federal offense to interfere with a citizen's right to vote.
5 True/False Questions
Emancipation Proclamation → Decree by President Lincoln that freed enslaved people living in Confederate states still in rebellion.
Siege → Military tactic in which an enemy is surrounded and all supplies are cut off in an attempt to force a surrender.
15th Amendment → The amendment guaranteed the right to vote regardless of race.
14th Amendment → The amendment was designed to grant citizenship to slaves and protect the civil liberties of recently freed slaves.
Anaconda Plan → Northern Civil War strategy to starve the South by blockading seaports and controlling the Mississippi River. This was General Winfield Scott's plan.