Indicate whether the statement is true or false. 1. In the early months of the war, the two sides wore uniforms that were difficult to distinguish, and men on the same side were often mistaken for the enemy
2. Most of the soldiers who fought in the Civil War were under the age of twenty-one, many as young as ten.
3. The Emancipation Proclamation would have allowed slavery to continue in the South if the South was willing to surrender.
4. The first two Civil War battles fought in Georgia were coastal battles at Tybee Island and Fort Pulaski.
5. Colonel Olmstead had to surrender Fort Pulaski because the Union guns knocked the brick walls of the fort down.
6. President Abraham Lincoln promised the southern states that he would not interfere with slavery in states where it already existed if the South would remain in the Union.
7. The Civil War officially began when Confederate forces opened fire on Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor.
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 8. The original capital of the Confederate States of America was
9. Which federal garrison in Georgia was captured by Confederate forces within weeks of Lincoln’s inauguration?
10. Which statement does not describe an advantage of the Union forces during the Civil War?
Matching Match each item to the most appropriate description.
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36. Notorious southern prison camp where many soldiers died
37. Private businesses that followed troops and sold food and supplies to them
38. Confederate commander who drove Union troops out of Texas
39. Indian name meaning “River of Death”
40. Northern plan to cut the Confederacy in half, squeezing it to death
Answer Section TRUE/FALSE 1. T
MULTIPLE CHOICE 8. C
MATCHING 36. C