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  1. Lower
  2. Fugitive Slave Act
  3. Literacy tests
  4. Missouri Compromise
  5. Secession
  1. a extremely difficult tests African-Americans had to take gain voting rights
  2. b two new states were created, Maine(free) Missouri (slaves), drew a line across the country (Mason-Dixon line)
  3. c the formal withdraw of state from the Union
  4. d S.Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas
  5. e all 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Grant given command of all Union armies; 3 major offenses launched 1: General Sheridan to lay waste farm land in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley; 2: General Sherman to advance southeastward and seize Atlanta; 3: General Grant to pursue General Lee and capture Richmond; Sherman leaves Atlanta in flames and destroys railroad tracks, loots houses, burns factories, and then takes Savannah, Charleston and Columbia before heading for Virginia
  2. General Grant cuts off Lee's supplies and forces Confederate troops to evacuate Petersburg and Richmond; Lee surrenders at Appomattox Court house, Virginia
  3. fought between General Lee and General Meade 25,000 confederate soldiers died or went missing, Lee never able to mount another major offensive after this
  4. Lincoln ordered that slaves be freed or emancipated if Southern territory is seized by the Union army, Symbolic importance was the change of the Civil War's goal from Unity to freeing slaves
  5. letting the citizens choose what they want to do in situations

5 True/False questions

  1. Republican Partya form of segregation that were discriminatory laws that severely restricted African-Americans' lives


  2. General Benjamin ButlerConfederate general of the Army of Northern Virginia was one of the biggest leaders of the Confederate army


  3. Jefferson Daviswere state laws that kept blacks "separate but equal" from whites and in reality usually left treatment for blacks inferior to white treatment


  4. General Stonewall JacksonConfederate general always thought he was outnumbered and together with General Lee pushed back General McClellan at Richmond


  5. Mexican War and Mexican Cessionminority group of republicans in Congress led by Charles Sumner and Thaddeus Stevens, wanted to destroy political power of former slave holders and wanted full citizenship and the right to vote for African-Americans


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