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Who was the President of the United States during the Civil War?
a) Abraham Lincoln b) Jackson c) McClellan d) Grant
Who was the President of the Confederate States of America?
a) Jackson b) Davis c) McClellan d) Grant
Who was the Confederate leader at the Battle of Bull Run?
a) Lincoln b) Jackson c) McClellan d) Grant
The goal of the Confederacy during the war was to
a) Increase trade with the North b) Preserve the Union c) Capture Philadelphia d) Gain independence
Which of the following was a border state?
a) Tennessee b) Virginia c) Maryland d) Pennsylvania
Which Civil War event occurred first?
a) Battle of Gettysburg b) Bombing of Fort Sumter c) Assassination of President Lincoln d) Issuing the Emancipation Proclamation
Which battle did the Confederacy lose?
a) Fredericksburg b) Bull Run c) Gettysburg d)
The Emancipation Proclamation said that
a) All slaves in the Union and the Confederacy were freed immediately b) Slaves in states loyal to the union were freed c) Slaves in states still in rebellion were freed d)
The turning point of the Civil War came at the Battle of
a) Gettysburg b) Antietam c) Fredericksburg d)
A serious weakness of the South was that it had
a) To fight a defensive war b) Few railroads c) Few soldiers who knew how to shoot d)
The Battle of Bull Run resulted in
a) A major victory for the Union army b) An attack on Washington, DC by the Confederate army c) Both sides learning that their soldiers needed training d)
As a result of the Emancipation Proclamation
a) The abolition of slavery became a Union goal b) All the slaves were freed in the South c) European nations gave support to the Confederacy d)
In the Gettysburg Address, Lincoln once again said that his main goal was
a) To preserve the Union b) Punishment of the Confederacy c) The end of slavery d)
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