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5 Matching questions

  1. General Ulysses S. Grant
  2. General Benjamin Butler
  3. Battle of Ft. Wagner
  4. Jim Crow Laws
  5. Election of 1876
  1. a Union general responsible for Western theatre and capturing Fort Donelson and Fort Henry also won at Shiloh to control the Mississippi river
  2. b were state laws that kept blacks "separate but equal" from whites and in reality usually left treatment for blacks inferior to white treatment
  3. c Union general helped bring the slaves into the civil war to fight against the confederates
  4. d Massachusetts, over 40% of the 54th Massachusetts Infantry regiment 40% of soldiers injured or killed, Colonel Shaw was killed
  5. e was the first time a candidate who had lost the popular vote became president, Rutherford B. Hayes won

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the formal withdraw of state from the Union
  2. first black regiment
  3. a form of segregation that were discriminatory laws that severely restricted African-Americans' lives
  4. author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
  5. When Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts denounced "the crime against Kansas" in a widely publicized speech, a member of Congress from South Carolina, Preston Brooks, attacked him on the Senate floor and beat him senseless with a cane.

5 True/False questions

  1. Uncle Tom's Cabin: book written by Harriet Beecher Stowe,published In 1852, portrayed slavery as a great moral evil

          

  2. Literacy testsdon't want to be part of going to war, not everyone wanted to get rid of slavery in north or keep it in south

          

  3. Clara BartonNurse in the Civil war, created Red Cross

          

  4. Draft riotsdon't want to be part of going to war, not everyone wanted to get rid of slavery in north or keep it in south

          

  5. John Brown's Raid: crazy abolitionist who led 21 men on a raid of the federal arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia. Arm slaves with the weapon, to free themselves

          

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