Union Commander nicknamed "Fighting Joe": Joseph _?_
A last attempt to keep the Union together: the _?_ Compromise, which stated that a line be drawn - any state north of it would have no slavery, any state south of it slavery would be legal.
Burned Atlanta while marching through Georgia
Sherman believed in _?_ war.
Facial hair, "sideburns," was named after General _?_.
Grant believed in a war of _?_, being able to wear the other side down.
Only Confederate to be executed was Major Henry _?_, head of the infamous Confederate prison.
Union Commander who was considered a butcher and heavy drinker:
The Battle of _?_ was a major turning point in the war because the threat of European nations to intervene on the side of the South ended.
The wealthy were able to avoid the draft by paying a _?_.
The first battle of Manassas is commonly called the first battle of _?_.
More soldiers died from malnutrition and _?_ than from bullets.
The Union's first ironclad ship was called the _?_.
Lincoln was assassinated at _?_ Theater.
Officially the Civil War was called the War of the _?_.
Conscription is also called the _?_.
The Confederates called their flag the Stars and _?_.
"I can't spare this man - he fights!", Abraham Lincoln speaking of _?_.
Nicknamed "Attila of the West", General _?_
A famous abolitionist who was also a Union spy was _?_.
On April 9, 1865, Lee surrendered to Grant at _?_ Courthouse.
What state was created out of the southern secession?
Robert E. Lee
_?_ was Lincoln's first choice to command the Union military, but he declined.
Blue was the color of the _?_.
Congress passed the first _?_ during the Civl War.
Major battle in Pennsylvania
The spark of the Civil War was the bombardment of _?_.
"Little Mac" was General _?_.
The North's plan to take over the South - the _?_ Plan.
Robert E. Lee
Commander of the Confederacy
France never joined the South because they were involved in a rebellion with _?_.
Gray was the color of the _?_.
There were _?_ Confederate states.
Freed all slaves in areas still rebelling against the Union: The _?_ Proclamation
There were _?_ Union states.
The _?_ of the southern ports caused many material shortages for the Confederacy during the war.
The South had two major advantages over the North: (1) Home field advandage and (2) better military _?_.
The Confederate capital was _?_, Virginia.
Many of the earlier Union generals were _?_ appointees, not military school graduates.
Nicknamed "Cheesebox on a raft"
People who lived in the North but favored the South were nicknamed _?_.
President of the South
The original enlistment was only for _?_ months. After the first battle, the enlistment was increased to two years.
Dried biscuits were called _?_.
Commander of the Uniion Forces at Fort Sumter:
The Civil War was the first time the government of both sides required a _?_.
Famous black abolitionist who helped Lincoln recruit black soldiers:
Lincoln suspended the writ of _?_ (unlawful imprisonment).
Infamous Confederate prison
Vice president of the Confederate States was _?_.
The Civil War lasted _?_ years.
Merchants who followed the armies and sold the various clothing and food items at extremely high prices were called _?_.
President after Lincoln:
The South was hoping that Great Britain and _?_ would join the war for the South because their mills depended heavily on southern cotton.
Lincoln's three-part plan to win the war was (1) blockade the South (2) Get control of the Mississippi (3) Take _?_.
The South's ironclad ship, the Merrimack, was captured from the Union and renamed the _?_.
Founded the Red Cross and served as a nurse during the Civil War:
The 54th Massachusetts Volunteers were the first _?_ regiment.