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What does this image show?

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What does this image show?



Sherman's March to the Sea, or total war. 


This cartoons best symbolizes _________

 

 

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This cartoons best symbolizes _________

 

 


Southern states seceding from the Union after Lincoln's election 


What was the significance of the battle in this picture? 

 

 



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What was the significance of the battle in this picture? 

 

 




First use of ironclads in battle, advances in technology leads to increasing casualties


How did this man oppose slavery?

 

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How did this man oppose slavery?

 



Dred Scott sued the U.S. government for his freedom, but lost the case. 


This image shows an economy based on __________. Where would this type of economy be found during the Civil War time period? Why?

 

 

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This image shows an economy based on __________. Where would this type of economy be found during the Civil War time period? Why?

 

 


Agriculture. In the Southern states. The use of slaves to pick crops shows this is in the South. 


What was the significance of advances in technology during the Civil War?

 

A. Casualties increased, war became more deadly

 

B. There were no deaths recorded in the battle

C. The Union surrender and the war ended

D. Abraham Lincoln ordered all ironclads to be destroyed 

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What was the significance of advances in technology during the Civil War?

 

A. Casualties increased, war became more deadly

 

B. There were no deaths recorded in the battle

C. The Union surrender and the war ended

D. Abraham Lincoln ordered all ironclads to be destroyed 


A. Casualties increased, war became more deadly


Why was the First Battle of Bull Run significant? 

 

A. Slaves fight for the first time against the Union

B. Confederacy wins, Confederacy wins independence

C. It made both sides realize it would be a long, difficult war

D. It proved the war would end quickly 

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Why was the First Battle of Bull Run significant? 

 

A. Slaves fight for the first time against the Union

B. Confederacy wins, Confederacy wins independence

C. It made both sides realize it would be a long, difficult war

D. It proved the war would end quickly 


C. It made both sides realize it would be a long, difficult war


Which of the following was a consequence of the Emancipation Proclamation?

 

A. Many free African-Americans joined the Union army

B. The Union was now fighting to end slavery everywhere

C. Freeing slaves was meant to hurt the Southern economy

D. All of the Above

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Which of the following was a consequence of the Emancipation Proclamation?

 

A. Many free African-Americans joined the Union army

B. The Union was now fighting to end slavery everywhere

C. Freeing slaves was meant to hurt the Southern economy

D. All of the Above


D. All of the ABove 


What was a key strength of the Union during the Civil War?

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What was a key strength of the Union during the Civil War?


Economy based on industry and manufacturing, very smart President in Abraham Lincoln


The Gettysburg Address given by Lincoln after the Battle of Gettysburg is a ________

 

A. Made up speech invented years later

B. Primary Source

C. Secondary Source

D. Frosted Doughnut

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The Gettysburg Address given by Lincoln after the Battle of Gettysburg is a ________

 

A. Made up speech invented years later

B. Primary Source

C. Secondary Source

D. Frosted Doughnut


B. Primary Source 


Why were slave catchers allowed to catch runaway slaves in the North? 

 

A. The passing of the Fugitive Slave Law allowed it

B. Because Abraham Lincoln was elected president

C. The Civil War had started

D. This was not allowed and broke the law

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Why were slave catchers allowed to catch runaway slaves in the North? 

 

A. The passing of the Fugitive Slave Law allowed it

B. Because Abraham Lincoln was elected president

C. The Civil War had started

D. This was not allowed and broke the law


A. The passing of the Fugitive Slave Law allowed it


In what way did women make an impact during the Civil War?

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In what way did women make an impact during the Civil War?


Served as spies and nurses, took over jobs men used to do, helped make uniforms

 

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What was the Underground Railroad? 

 

A. A subway system on the east coast of America

B. An organization devoted to capturing slaves

C. A railroad that only ran at night from south to north

D. A group of people who helped fugitive slaves to freedom

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What was the Underground Railroad? 

 

A. A subway system on the east coast of America

B. An organization devoted to capturing slaves

C. A railroad that only ran at night from south to north

D. A group of people who helped fugitive slaves to freedom


D.  A group of people who helped fugitive slaves to freedom


Why was the Battle of Gettysburg important? 

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Why was the Battle of Gettysburg important? 


It is the turning point in the war, Confederate General Robert E. Lee loses 1/3 of his army and must retreat 


What was a strength of the Confederacy at the beginning of the Civil War?

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What was a strength of the Confederacy at the beginning of the Civil War?


Strong military leadership and fighting spirit 


Which of the following is a significant difference between the Northern and Southern economies? 

 

A. The South had the majority of railroad tracks to transport goods leaving the North with very few

B. The South focused mainly on agriculture, whule the North manufactured goods

C. The North produced more cotton than the South 

D. The South had a better banking system than the North 

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Which of the following is a significant difference between the Northern and Southern economies? 

 

A. The South had the majority of railroad tracks to transport goods leaving the North with very few

B. The South focused mainly on agriculture, whule the North manufactured goods

C. The North produced more cotton than the South 

D. The South had a better banking system than the North 


B. The South focused mainly on agriculture, whule the North manufactured goods


Using the map provided, summarize what the Compromise of 1850 accomplished? 

 

A. It introduced California as a slave state

B. It caused an imbalance making the slave states more powerful than the free states

C. It opened Utah and New Mexico up to popular sovereighnty 

D. It outlawed slavery in the Indian territories

 

 

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Using the map provided, summarize what the Compromise of 1850 accomplished? 

 

A. It introduced California as a slave state

B. It caused an imbalance making the slave states more powerful than the free states

C. It opened Utah and New Mexico up to popular sovereighnty 

D. It outlawed slavery in the Indian territories

 

 


C. It opened Utah and New Mexico up to popular sovereighnty 


The book Uncle Tom's Cabin created a feeling of ______

 

A. Anti-slavery support in the North

B. Hatred for abolitionists

C. Support for the South

D. Difficulties for Indians 

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The book Uncle Tom's Cabin created a feeling of ______

 

A. Anti-slavery support in the North

B. Hatred for abolitionists

C. Support for the South

D. Difficulties for Indians 


A. Anti-slavery support in the North


Which disadvantage of the South is shown in this image? 

 

A. Divided opinion about the war

B. Low fighting spirit and morale

C. Lower population than the North 

D. Belief in states rights and a weaker national government 

 

 

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Which disadvantage of the South is shown in this image? 

 

A. Divided opinion about the war

B. Low fighting spirit and morale

C. Lower population than the North 

D. Belief in states rights and a weaker national government 

 

 


C. Lower population than the North 


According the artist's point of view, what is the effect of the election of Lincoln?

 

 

 

 

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According the artist's point of view, what is the effect of the election of Lincoln?

 

 

 

 


Abraham Lincoln's election caused the southern states to secede


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