South's ironclad ship
casualty of Chancellorsville
In 1861, 48 Virginia countries themselves as a separate state called...
The main goal of the North at the beginning of the war was to....
reunite the country
General P.G.T. Beauregard fought against General Irvin McDowell at
the First Battle of Bull Run.
Confederate ships that broke through the North's line of defense were called....
What April battle lasted only two days, but included some of the most bloody fighting of the war?
On January 1, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed the.....
Which battle did Lincoln use to take action against slavery?
Clara Barton worked with wounded soldiers and later founded the.....
The worst disturbance in protest of the draft laws took place in.....
New York City.
Appomattox Court House is famous because it is the site of
Robert E. Lee's surrender.
What were three strengths of the North and three strengths of the South?
North- Larger population; railroad network; Abraham Lincoln
South- support white nation; fighting in a fimilar territory; defending own land and way of life
What does the Thirteenth Amendment do, and why is it important?
The Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution abolished slavery everywhere in the US. Without this amendment African Americans could still be considered property to slaveholders. This amendment gave slaves the constitutional right to freedom as guaranteed by the federal government.
How many of Lincoln's sons outlived their mother? Which ones?
Which Lincoln son lived the shortest life?
Why do you think three of the Lincoln sons(and many other children) died of diseases during childhood?
Because there were lots of diseases due to the battles and not a lot of cures and nurses and doctors.
What battle was fought on June 27, 1864?