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Civil War Battles Quiz Study Guide


  1. The first major battle of the war was at (Saratoga, Bull Run, Fort Sumter)




  1. The Battle of Vicksburg gave the (North, South) the control over the Mississippi River.




  1. The Civil War began at (Lexington, Fort Sumter, Bull Run).




  1. The Battle of (Gettysburg, Saratoga, Vicksburg) was the turning point of the Civil War.




  1. Ulysses S Grant was a (Confederate, Union) general.




  1. Stonewall Jackson became famous at the Battle of (Bull Run, Vicksburg, Gettysburg)




  1. Robert E. Lee was offered the command of the Union army but he would not fight against (South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia); his home state.




  1. Jefferson Davis was the (Confederate, Union) president.




  1. (Constitution, Emancipation Proclamation, Fugitive Slave Law) freed the slaves in the Confederate states.




  1. (Richmond, New York City, Washington, D.C.) was the Union capitol.




  1. List 3 things that were true about African American soldiers.









  1. Richmond VA was the (Confederate, Union) capitol only about 100 miles from Washington, D.C.




  1. The Battle of (Saratoga, Antietam, Fredericksburg) was known as the bloodiest day of the entire Civil War.




  1. Women served most often as (mothers, nurses, doctors) in the Civil War.




  1. In 1861, 48 (West Virginia, Virginia) counties separated themselves into the state of (Virginia, West Virginia).




  1. The main goal of the (North, South) at the beginning of the Civil War was to (separate, reunite) the country.




  1. On January 1, 1863 President (Douglas, Washington, Lincoln) signed the (Constitution, U.S. Proclamation, Emancipation Proclamation)




  1. Lincoln took action against slavery after the Battle of (Concord, Gettysburg, Antietam).




  1. (Clara Barton, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Harriet Tubman) was the founder of the American Red Cross.




  1. Robert E. Lee surrendered at (Saratoga, Bull Run (Manassas), Appomattox Court House).




  1. Slave states that did not secede from the Union were called (Slow States, Border States, Poor States)




  1. Border states such as (Missouri, Virginia, South Carolina) continued to have slavery even though they decided NOT to leave the Union.




  1. During the Civil War the (North, South) had an advantage over the (North, South) because of its larger army.




  1. (General Lee, General Grant) was easy on the terms for the surrendering Confederate soldiers at Appomattox Court House.


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