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Heritage Studies 3 Chapter 9 Test

A. List the following battle advantages in the correct column: (166–67)

best military leaders more factories more men more railroads




North South


1. best military leaders

2. more factories

3. more men

4. more railroads



B. Write the letter of the answer in the blank.

b 5. The capital of the Confederate States of America was in ___. (168)

a. Charleston, South Carolina

b. Richmond, Virginia

c. Washington, DC


a 6. The first big battle of the Civil War was at ___. (170–71)

a. Bull Run

b. Richmond

c. Gettysburg


c 7. Thomas Jackson got his nickname “Stonewall” Jackson because ___. (172)

a. he stood on a stone wall during a battle

b. he stood behind a stone wall during a battle

c. he was calm and brave, standing firm in battle like a stone wall


b 8. Women from many Southern towns sent their best silk ball gowns for the army ___. (175)

a. to make waterproof tents

b. to make a spy balloon

c. to make uniforms


c 9. During the Civil War, women volunteered to be ___. (180)

a. cooks


b. doctors

c. nurses


a 10. The Civil War battle that lasted three days, killing over six thousand

men, was at ___. (185)

a. Gettysburg

b. Bull Run

c. Richmond
c 11. By the end of the Civil War, General Lee’s men were ___. (187)

a. in high spirits because the war was soon to end

b. hopeful that the South would win the war

c. tired, hungry, and dressed in rags


a 12. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at ___. (188)

a. Appomattox Court House, Virginia

b. Williamsburg, Virginia

c. Washington, DC



C. Fill in the blanks using the word banks.

Ulysses S. Grant Thomas Jackson Robert E. Lee


Thomas Jackson 13. Confederate general; shot accidentally by one

of his own men (172)


Robert E. Lee 14. leader of the Confederate army; dearly loved

by his men (176, 188)


Ulysses S. Grant 15. Union general; he would not give up (186)


journal Thirteenth Amendment volunteer


volunteer 16. someone who offered to fight for his country (170)
journal 17. a personal record of events that have happened in a

person’s life (169)


Thirteenth Amendment 18. no slaves could be held anywhere in the United States (189)

John Wilkes Booth Mathew Brady Martin R. Delany


John Wilkes Booth 19. the Southerner who shot President Lincoln (190)

Martin R. Delany 20. the first black officer in the Union army (181)

Mathew Brady 21. Civil war photographer (178)

D. List the following items under North or South:

North South


22. gray/blue blue gray (173)

23. Virginia/Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Virginia (176 map)

24. Union/Confederacy Union Confederacy (168)

E. Fill in the circle.

25. A Civil War soldier would have written about the war ___. (169)

O on a laptop O in a journal
26. A Civil War soldier learned and practiced being a soldier through ___. (170)

O drills O regiments


27. People from Washington who followed the Union army to the battle at

Manassas Junction ___. (171)

O wore blue uniforms O wore their Sunday best
28. President Lincoln announced the Emancipation Proclamation, which said ___. (179)

O slaves outside of the Union were free

O slaves in America were free
29. Lincoln and other Union leaders fought the Civil War because ___. (177)

O they wanted to keep the states together O they did not like Southerners


30. Robert E. Lee thought he could scare the North if he won a battle on ___. (176)

O Southern land O Northern land


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