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History 1126 || ACE
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Watch ye and pray, lest ye enter into temptation. The spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is weak.
4 possible casual factors for the War Between the States
- the Bank of the United States
- protective tariffs
- states' rights
___ challenged people to humble themselves before God, confess their national sins, and pray for forgiveness.
The first state to ___ from the Union was South Carolina.
11 Confederate States
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
Allan Pinkerton's organization was able to uncover a plot to sabotage the train President-elect Lincoln was taking to ___, Maryland.
4 important provisions of the Confederate constitution
- limited the central government
- prohibited the slave trade
- recognized and protected slavery itself
- prohibited protective tariffs
Mississippian Jefferson Davis served as President of the ___.
The opening shots of the War Between the States was fired on Fort ___.
The War Between the States began in ___.
___ wrote the words to "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
Julia Ward Howe
The song "___" was written by Daniel Decatur Emmett and became the Confederate war song.
3 basic battle strategies of the Union were to:
- blockade the Confederate coastline
- gain control of the Mississippi River and divide the South in two
- seize Richmond, Virginia
The War Between the States was divided basically into two theaters of operation bounded by what 3 geographical features?
- the Appalachian Mountains
- the Atlantic Ocean
- the Mississippi River
Another name for the Battle of Manassas is ___.
Battle of Bull Run
General ___ was given the nickname "Stonewall."
Thomas J. Jackson
The battle between the "Monitor" and the "Merrimack" was the first battle in history between two ___ warships.
Robert E. Lee considered ___ to be his most able opponent.
General George B. McClellan
The ___ was the scene of Jackson's Valley Campaign.
Confederate Generals Jackson, Lee, and Longstreet participated in the Second Battle of ___.
The Confederacy hoped to gain ___ by successfully invading the North.
General McClellan was replaced by Union General ___.
Ambrose E. Burnside
The first ___ was issued five days after the Battle of Antietam and only freed slaves in the Confederate States.
With the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln wanted to keep ___ nations from recognizing and aiding the South.
The slaves in Delaware and Kentucky were not freed until the adoption of the ___ Amendment to the United States Constitution.
The Battle of ___ was fought on the banks of the Rappahannock River.
Union General Burnside was replaced by General Joseph "Fighting Joe" ___.
Confederate Generals ___ and "Stonewall" Jackson successfully attacked Hooker's position and Chancellorsville.
Robert E. Lee
___ replaced Union General Hooker.
General George Meade
General "Stonewall" Jackson was accidentally shot and killed by one of his own men, which prompted General Lee to say, "___."
I have lost my right arm.
New York City was the scene of the worst ___ riot.
3 other names the Peace Democrats were known by
- the Sons of Liberty
- the Knights of the Golden Circle
- the Copperheads
The ___ cut the Liberty heads from pennies and wore the pennies as badges.
At Gettysburg the Union established positions along ___ Ridge, and the Confederates did the same along ___ Ridge.
Major General ___ led 15,000 Southerners in the famous charge at the Battle of Gettysburg and suffered sixty percent casualties.
George E. Pickett
The moment in history when the Confederates reached the Union lines at Gettysburg has been called "___."
High-Water Mark of the Confederacy
The Battle of ___ was the turning point of the War Between the States for both the North and the South.
Admiral ___ captured New Orleans for the ___.
Locations of the 2 most important Union victories of the War Between the States
Lincoln's ___ has been called "the only great modern English prose poem of classical perfection."
Lincoln's mother wanted him to be able to read ___.
___ and ___ both had a significant spiritual influence of Lincoln's life.
- Dwight L. Moody
- Charles Chiniquy
Robert E. Lee and ___ were two Confederate leaders who were undoubtedly true Believers.
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
2 heights around Chattanooga that were occupied by Confederate troops
- Lookout Mountains
- Missionary Ridge
Ulysses S. Grant's ultimate goal was to capture ___.
General William T. Sherman's famous ___ was from Atlanta to Savannah.
March to the Sea
___ was the first Jewish United States senator.
Judah P. Benjamin
General Lee's surrender took place at ___.
Appomattox Court House
___ suffered the most damage during the War Between the States.
After the War most ___ were financially insolvent.
Radical Republicans wanted to ___ the South.
___ wanted to treat the South like it had never left the Union.
___ shot President Lincoln.
John Wilkes Booth
Vice President ___ became president due to Lincoln's assination.
Andrew Johnson was the only Southern senator who did not ___ with his state.
Andrew Johnson was more ___ than proslavery.
The ___ Party had nominated Johnson as Lincoln's Vice President.
President Johnson wanted to continue ___ policies in the South.
The ___ Act of 1866 prohibited racial discrimination.
The ___ Act of 1866 used the military to enforce civil rights and provided ex-slaves with food, clothing, schooling, and jobs.
The ___ declared all former slaves citizens and fully equal before the law.
The ___ of 1867 divided the South into five military districts led by military governors who registered voters.
In order to be readmitted to the Union, each state had to hold ___ elections, guarantee black ___, and ___ the Fourteenth Amendment.
Andrew Johnson missed being removed from office by ___.
Under Radical ___ many white Southerners could not ___ or hold office.
By the year 1870, all former Confederate States had been ___ to the Union.
President Rutherford B. Hayes withdrew Federal troops from the ___.
A ___ was furnished a house, a mule, tools, seeds, and other supplies in exchange for working the land for the owner.
A ___ supplied his own mule, plow, seeds, and other supplies to work the land and paid rent by giving the landowner a portion of the crop.
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