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5 Matching questions

  1. General Stonewall Jackson
  2. Contraband
  3. Battle of Ft. Wagner
  4. Andrew Johnson
  5. segregation
  1. a the separation between whites and blacks
  2. b Lincoln's successor who angered radical and moderate republicans and southerners alike and was almost impeached
  3. c an item which is illegal to posses or sell
  4. d Confederate general always thought he was outnumbered and together with General Lee pushed back General McClellan at Richmond
  5. e Massachusetts, over 40% of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry regiment 40% of soldiers injured or killed, Colonel Shaw was killed

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. all people of African ancestry -- slaves as well as those who were free -- could never become citizens of the United States and therefore could not sue in federal court
  2. Nurse in the Civil war, created Red Cross
  3. US got a lot land, divided the country over slave state or free state
  4. 3 part plan that the union tried to do against the Confederates
    1. get Mississippi
    2. get Richmond, Virginia
    3. blockade to ruin their trade
  5. Northern Virginia, Confederate Win, the northerners were shocked to lose, battle brought down moral of northerners.

5 True/False questions

  1. BorderS.Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas


  2. Literacy testsextremely difficult tests African-Americans had to take gain voting rights


  3. Lee's surrender at AppomattoxGeneral Grant cuts off Lee's supplies and forces Confederate troops to evacuate Petersburg and Richmond; Lee surrenders at Appomattox Court house, Virginia


  4. Fort Sumtera senator of Massachusetts who was beaten in the head by a cane by ,a member of Congress from South Carolina, Preston Brooks, because he talked badly about slavery


  5. Fugitive Slave Actall runaway slaves be brought back to their masters Uncle Tom's Cabin: book written by Harriet Beecher Stowe,published In 1852, portrayed slavery as a great moral evil


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