CIVIL WAR - Major Battles And Events - Part 2: Question Preview (ID: 10610)


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As the North started winning the war, they pushed their troops further ________.
a) South b) North c) East d) West
Which General began attacking cities and worked his way to the major City of Atlanta?
a) General Grant b) General Sherman c) General Lee d) President Lincoln
General Sherman succeeded in taking over the city of __________.
a) Houston b) Orlando c) Atlanta d) Phoenix
What was the year of General Sherman's March to the Sea?
a) 1864 b) 1888 c) 1919 d) 2012
What tactic did General Sherman use against the Confederate army?
a) Red Eye b) Tic Tac Toe c) Rock, Paper, Scissors d) Total War
General Sherman and his army destroyed everything from __________ to ___________.
a) Savannah to California b) Atlanta to Savannah c) Atlanta to Nebraska d) Atlanta to Texas
After General Sherman and his army were done, which army was left helpless and starving.
a) North b) South c) East d) West
The Civil War lasted for _____ years and there were over ________ deaths.
a) 2 months, 356 deaths b) 6 days, 500 deaths c) 4 years, 600,000 deaths d) 8 years, 6,000,000 deaths
What was the date that General Lee surrendered to General Grant?
a) May 3, 1942 b) April 9, 1865 c) January 1, 2000 d) June 5, 1888
Where did General Lee surrender to General Grant?
a) Appomattox Court House b) Chick fil A c) Gettysburg, Pennsylvania d) Fort Sumter
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