U.S. History - Unit 5 (SSUSH9b) Question Preview (ID: 60399)

Lincoln's Influence On The Civil War. TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

During the Civil War, the separated Southern states created:
a) the Confederate States of America
b) the Union of Confederate States
c) the Southern Nation
d) the Free-Soil Party

During Abraham Lincoln's first inaugural address, he said:
a) he would not abolish slavery
b) he wanted the Southern states to secede
c) he hoped the North would also expand slavery
d) he called for the South to immediately end slavery

The objective of the Gettysburg Address was to:
a) encourage the North to continue fighting the Civil War
b) get the North to pass the 13th Amendment
c) end the Reconstruction of the South
d) end the Battle of Gettysburg

The Gettysburg Address is unique because:
a) it only lasted two minutes
b) it received great praise from the South
c) it encouraged the Southern slaves to escape to the North
d) it was the last speech Abraham Lincoln gave as president

During Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address, he encouraged the North to:
a) help reconstruct the South
b) attack slaveowners
c) continue slavery for another decade
d) permanently stop relations with the South

The Emancipation Proclamation...
a) freed all slaves in the South
b) freed all slaves in the United States
c) freed all slaves in the border states
d) was accepted by the government of the Confederacy

In issuing the Emancipation Proclamation, Lincoln hoped:
a) Southern slaves would escape and join the Union Army
b) the South would end the Civil War
c) the South would lose all of their trade partners
d) ####

During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln suspended the constitutional right of:
a) habeas corpus
b) the freedom of the press
c) the freedom of religion
d) ####

How many Confederate sympathizers were arrested during the Civil War?
a) 13,000
b) none
c) 100,000
d) 65,000

Why did Abraham Lincoln suspend habeas corpus during the Civil War?
a) He wanted to ensure victory in the war.
b) He wanted to to expand slavery in the U.S.
c) ###
d) ####

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