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Maroons 8th History 15
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In northern states, dissenters called abolitionists spoke out against the war.
In the South, strong beliefs in military service caused some governors to object to their troops' being commanded by officers from other states.
Both the North and the South had draft laws.
The Union blockade prevented the South the gaining money by selling rice overseas.
During the Civil War, some women worked in factories making ammunition.
What do you think were Lincoln's motives in limiting the read of the Emancipation Proclamation?
He wanted to hurt the southern war effort in those areas not under Union control.
What is the most likely reason that the Union army did not draft African Americans?
Union leaders feared it would turn northern whites against the war.
What effect did the Civil War have on the North and the South?
Almost every state in the South was devastated by the fighting.
This is true about the effect of the war.
Prices of goods rose in both the North and the South.
During the Civil War, African American troops
fought on the Union side in large numbers.
After the first battle at Bull Run,
the North and the South realized that the war would be a long, hard struggle
March to the Sea
This statement is true.
Abraham Lincoln's main goal was to reunite the nation.
parts of the South lay in ruins because of the North's strategy of total war.
What advantages did General Grant's armies gain for the North?
He captured Ft. Henry and Ft. Donelson. He also captured part of the Mississippi River.
How were soldiers and civilians affected by the war?
Soldiers were drafted. Both suffered from food shortages and inflation.
How did Lincoln foresee the outcome of the war in his Gettysburg Address?
He spoke of the Nation as a whole. He also spoke of "a new birth of freedom" and "of government in terms of all the people".
What advantages did the North and the South each have that may have led them to think they would win the war easily?
The South was fighting a defensive war and had experienced military officers. The North had more people, factories, farmland, and railroads.
What were the effects of the Emancipation Proclamation?
The Emancipation Proclamation freed few slaves but united African Americans in the North in support of the war. It changed the Civil War into a struggle for freedom.
Discuss the role of African Americans in the Civil War. In what ways was their fate tied to the war? How did they contribute to the war?
Their freedom and equality depended on the North winning the war. They fought in Union armies and were also nurses and spies for the North.
What conclusion can be drawn from the first battle of the ironclads?
The era of wooden warships was at an end.
Did the Merrimack sink the Monitor?
This statement is true about the North.
The North had advantages over the South in nearly all resources.
What would indicate that the North had a more industrialized economy than the South.
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