Civil War-A Nation At War (Georgia): Question Preview (ID: 17480)

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Which battle was the bloodiest one day battle of the Civil War?
a) Battle of Shiloh
b) Battle of Bull Run
c) Battle of Antietam
d) Battle of Gettysburg

What was the purpose of Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation?
a) to cause panic
b) to end the war
c) to lower taxes
d) to free the slaves

The battle of Chickamauga was fought as the Union were on their way to
a) Macon
b) Atlanta
c) Augusta
d) Savannah

Atlanta's military importance to the Confederacy is that is was the
a) capital of the Confederacy
b) most populated city in the Confederacy
c) industrial and transportation center of the Confederacy
d) home to the largest number of slaves in the Confederacy

Sherman's March to the Sea was intended to
a) boost the morale of the North
b) effectively divide the South
c) trigger a major Union invasion
d) destroy the fighting spirit of the South

During the Civil War Andersonville was
a) the first major battle
b) a major railroad terminal
c) a prison for Union soldiers
d) the capital of the Confederacy

Which major Civil War battle resulted in the most casualties on both sides?
a) Battle of Manassas
b) Battle of Gettysburg
c) Battle of Stone's River
d) Battle of Chickamauga

What was the purpose of the Union Blockade?
a) cut off southern trade
b) keep slaves from escaping
c) frighten the Confederate civilians
d) keep the Confederate navy in port

After what Battle was the Emancipation Proclamation issued?
a) Vicksburg
b) Gettysburg
c) Bull Run
d) Antietam

Who was the Union commander during the Atlanta Campaign?
a) William T. Sherman
b) Robert E. Lee
c) John Hood
d) John Floyd

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