GLE73 -- Civil War in Louisiana
Study guide for the Civil War in Louisiana.
Red River Campaign
The Union attempt to capture Shreveport is known as the...
The Southern resource desperately needed by Northern industry.
The victorious side at the Battle of Mansfield.
Lincoln's main naval strategy against the South was...
The northern-born Confederate general charged with defending New Orleans was...
The first Union general to command the occupation of New Orleans was...
Anticipating the capture of Baton Rouge, the state government of Louisiana relocated to...
The young Acadian Confederate general who gave his life defending north Louisiana in the Red River Campaign.
Thomas Overton Moore
The first Confederate governor of Louisiana was...
The Union Army ordered that all New Orleans newspapers be...
An African-American Union soldier noted for his bravery.
Around 3,000 free men of color joined the Confederate Army as part of the...
He was executed for hauling down the Union flag.
An abolitionist, he pushed Abraham Lincoln to make the Civil War about ending slavery.
What made up 10% of Louisiana's inhabitants at the beginning of the Civil War?
The Union commander of the occupation of New Orleans was...
"He replaced ""the Beast"" as the Union Army commander in Louisiana."
The final Confederate capital of Louisiana.
A major battle of the Red River Campaign.
The last Louisiana stronghold on the Mississippi River was...
The Union admiral that captured New Orleans was...
P. G. T. Beauregard
The victorious Confederate commander at Fort Sumter and Manassas was from Louisiana. His name was...
The President of the Confederacy was...
Henry Watkins Allen
The second Confederate governor of Louisiana was...