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What year did the Civil War begin?
a) 1965 b) 1861 c) 1865 d) 1850
What year did the Civil War end?
a) 1999 b) 1861 c) 1865 d) 1864
How many years was the Civil War?
a) 1 b) 5 c) 4 d) 3
Which state was not a border state?
a) Arkansas b) Missouri c) Kentucky d) West Virginia
Which of the following states would have fought against slavery?
a) Florida b) Texas c) South Carolina d) Michigan
Who was president during the Civil War?
a) Abraham Lincoln b) Andrew Johnson c) Jefferson Davis d) Ulysses S. Grant
Why were the Union states fighting?
a) they wanted slavery b) they agreed with slavery c) they thought slavery was a good idea d) they did not want slavery
Why were the Confederate states fighting?
a) they wanted slavery to end b) they did want slavery c) they wanted Abraham Lincoln to be president d) they wanted to move to the north
What was the Confederate States of America?
a) the states that wanted to remain part of the United States b) the states that agreed with Abraham Lincoln c) the states that seceded from the Union d) the states that wanted slavery to end
How was the southern economy different from the northern economy?
a) the southern economy was based on factories whereas the northern economy was based on agriculture b) the southern economy made money in factories and the northern economy made money with slaves c) the south had machinery, but the north had cotton d) the southern economy was based on agriculture and whereas the northern economy was based on factory
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