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Which of the following does not belong in the list?
a) Gaining control of the Mississippi River b) Capturing Richmond Virginia c) Use Cotton Diplomacy to force Eurpoe to support the Confederacy d) Establish a naval blockade to prevent goods and war supplies from entering or leaving southern ports
To formally charge a public offical with misconduct?
a) Sharecropping b) Carpetbagger c) Impeach d) Scalawag
This Amendment abolished slavery
a) 13th Amendment b) 15th Amendment c) 2nd Amendment d) 14th Amendment
Head General for the South
a) Robert E. Lee b) Ulysses S. Grant c) William T. Sherman d) Abraham Lincoln
A political party that favored harsh punishment of southern states
a) Freedman's Bureau b) Klu Klux Klan c) Radical Republicans d) Tenant Farmers
Abraham Lincoln's plan to bring the 11 confederate states back into the Union
a) 13th Amendment b) Radical Republicans c) 14th Amendment d) Reconstruction
Wooden ships with metal armor
a) Cottonclad b) Ironclad c) March to the Sea d) Regiment
This term means to formally withdrawl
a) Secede b) Draft c) Sectionalism d) Cotton diplomacy
The nickname given to Confederates, southerners
a) Yankee b) Unionist c) Rebel d) regiment
The body of law imposed by a military
a) Regiment b) Martial Law c) Fugitive d) State's Right
Who was the top General for the Union Troops
a) Jefferson Davis b) Robert E. Lee c) William Sherman d) Ulyssess S. Grant
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