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161. On February 4-18, 1861, delegates from the seven seceding states (MS, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, SC) met in what southern city to form the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.)? This city became the first capital of the Confederacy. a. Atlanta, GA b. Charleston, SC c. Richmond, VA

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  • 161. On February 4-18, 1861, delegates from the seven seceding states (MS, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, SC) met in what southern city to form the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.)? This city became the first capital of the Confederacy.

  • a. Atlanta, GA

  • b. Charleston, SC

  • c. Richmond, VA

  • d. Montgomery, AL

  • 162. Who was selected as the President of the Confederacy?

    • Jefferson Davis

    • Robert E. Lee

    • Ulysses S. Grant

    • Nathan Bedford Forrest


161. seceding states (MS, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, SC) met in what southern city to form the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.)? This city became the first capital of the Confederacy.On February 4-18, 1861, delegates from the seven seceding states (MS, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, SC) met in what southern city to form the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.)? This city became the first capital of the Confederacy.

  • Atlanta, GA

  • Charleston, SC

  • Richmond, VA

  • Montgomery, AL


162 who was selected as president of the confederacy
162. Who was selected as President of the Confederacy? seceding states (MS, AL, GA, FL, LA, TX, SC) met in what southern city to form the Confederate States of America (C.S.A.)? This city became the first capital of the Confederacy.

  • Jefferson Davis

  • Robert E. Lee

  • Ulysses S. Grant

  • Nathan Bedford Forrest


163. Where was the capital of the Confederacy moved to after Montgomery?a. Atlanta, GAb. Charleston, SCc. Richmond, VAd. Chattanooga, TN

164. Lincoln’s main goal at the beginning of the Civil War was to

a. Abolish slavery in the South

b. Save the Union

c. Punish the South

d. Reach a compromise with the Confederacy


163 where was the capital of the confederacy moved to after montgomery
163. Where was the capital of the Confederacy moved to after Montgomery?

  • Atlanta, GA

  • Charleston, SC

  • Richmond, VA

  • Chattanooga, TN


164 lincoln s main goal at the beginning of the civil war was to
164. Lincoln’s main goal at the beginning of the Civil War was to

  • Abolish slavery in the South

  • Save the Union

  • Punish the South

  • Reach a compromise with the Confederacy


165. The first shots of the American Civil War were fired on April 12, 1861 ata. Bull Run, VAb. Shiloh, TNc. Gettysburg, PAd. Ft. Sumter, SC

166. The American Civil War lasted from

a. 1812-1815

b. 1846-1848

c. 1861-1865

d. 1914-1918


165 the first shots of the american civil war were fired on april 12 1861 at
165. The first shots of the American Civil War were fired on April 12, 1861 at

  • Bull Run, VA

  • Shiloh, TN

  • Gettysburg, PA

  • Ft. Sumter, SC


166 the american civil war lasted from
166. The American Civil War lasted from on April 12, 1861 at

  • 1812-1815

  • 1846-1848

  • 1861-1865

  • 1914-1918


Which Alabama county citizens gathered at Looney’s Tavern and declared neutrality (taking neither one side nor the other) when Alabama seceded from the Union?a. Jefferson County b. Bullock Countyc. Calhoun Countyd. Winston County

168. Which U.S. state received statehood during the Civil War in 1863 because the people there disagreed with secession from the Union?

a. West Virginia

b. North Carolina

c. South Dakota

d. California


167. and declared neutrality (taking neither one side nor the other) when Alabama seceded from the Union?Which Alabama county citizens gathered at Looney’s Tavern and declared neutrality (taking neither one side nor the other) when Alabama seceded from the Union?

  • Jefferson County

  • Bullock County

  • Calhoun County

  • Winston County


168. and declared neutrality (taking neither one side nor the other) when Alabama seceded from the Union?Which U.S. state received statehood during the Civil War in 1863 because the people there disagreed with secession from the Union?

  • West Virginia

  • North Carolina

  • South Dakota

  • California


169. All of the following border states (MO, AR, KY, TN, MD, VA, NC) remained with the Union EXCEPTa. Kentuckyb. Tennesseec. Missourid. Maryland

170. The main objective of the North during the Civil War was to

a. Abolish slavery

b. Compel the Southern states to rejoin the Union

c. Arm the slaves to help fight for their freedom

d. Secure the help of European nations in defeating the South


169 all of the following border states mo ar ky tn md va nc remained with the union except
169. MD, VA, NC) remained with the Union EXCEPTAll of the following border states (MO, AR, KY, TN, MD, VA, NC) remained with the Union EXCEPT

  • Kentucky

  • Tennessee

  • Missouri

  • Maryland


170 the main objective of the north during the civil war was to
170. The main objective of the North during the Civil War was to

  • Abolish slavery

  • Compel the Southern states to rejoin the Union

  • Arm the slaves to help fight for their freedom

  • Secure the help of European nations in defeating the South


171. The strategy used by the North to secure their objective was thea. Albany Planb. Freeport Plan c. Missouri Pland. Anaconda Plan

172. The main objective of the South during the Civil War was to

a. Invade the North, mainly Washington D.C.

b. Kidnap Lincoln and hold him for ransom

c. Destroy northern factories so that Union troops would run out of supplies

d. Force the Union to recognize the rights of southern states to secede


171 the strategy used by the north to secure their objective was the
171. The strategy used by the North to secure their objective was the

  • Albany Plan

  • Freeport Doctrine

  • Missouri Plan

  • Anaconda Plan


172 the main objective of the south during the civil war was to
172. The main objective of the South during the Civil War was to

  • Invade the North, mainly Washington D.C.

  • Kidnap Lincoln and hold him for ransom

  • Destroy northern factories so that Union troops would run out of supplies

  • Force the Union to recognize the rights of southern states to secede


The strategy used by the South to accomplish their objective was toa. Wear down the will of the stronger northb. Secure the help of stronger nationsc. Use their better educated and more competent generals to outwit the northern generalsd. All of the above

174. What was the first battle of the Civil War on July 21, 1861 that almost led to a Confederate invasion of Washington D.C.?

a. Bull Run

b. Vicksburg

c. Shiloh

d. Antietam


173 the strategy used by the south to accomplish their objective was to
173. The strategy used by the South to accomplish their objective was to

  • Wear down the will of the stronger north

  • Secure the help of stronger nations

  • Use their better educated and more competent generals to outwit the northern generals

  • All of the above


174. What was the first battle of the Civil War on July 21, 1861 that almost led to a Confederate invasion of Washington D.C.?

  • Bull Run

  • Vicksburg

  • Shiloh

  • Antietam


175. What was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War? It took place on April 6-7, 1862.a. Vicksburgb. Gettysburg c. Shiloh d. Chickamauga

176. What was the bloodiest ONE DAY battle of the Civil War?

a. Gettysburg

b. Vicksburg

c. Shiloh

d. Antietam


175 what was the bloodiest battle of the civil war it took place on april 6 7 1862
175. What was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War? It took place on April 6-7, 1862.

a. Vicksburg

b. Gettysburg

c. Shiloh

d. Chickamauga


176 what was the bloodiest one day battle of the civil war
176. What was the bloodiest ONE DAY battle of the Civil War? took place on April 6-7, 1862.

  • Gettysburg

  • Vicksburg

  • Shiloh

  • Antietam


177. What was the name of the executive order issued by President Lincoln on January 1, 1863? It freed the slaves in the South, except for the border states.a. Emancipation Proclamationb. Gettysburg Addressc. Monroe Doctrined. 13th Amendment

178. The Union victory which resulted in the Union control of the Mississippi River took place at

a. Mobile Bay

b. Shiloh

c. Chickamauga

d. Vicksburg


177. What was the name of the executive order issued by President Lincoln on January 1, 1863? It freed the slaves in the South, except for the border states.

  • Emancipation Proclamation

  • Gettysburg Address

  • Monroe Doctrine

  • 13th Amendment


178 the union victory which resulted in the union control of the mississippi river took place at
178. President Lincoln on January 1, 1863? It freed the slaves in the South, except for the border states. The Union victory which resulted in the Union control of the Mississippi River took place at

  • Mobile Bay

  • Shiloh

  • Chickamauga

  • Vicksburg


179. What was the battle which was considered the turning point of the Civil War because the Confederacy no longer had the ability to launch an offensive into Union territory?a. Antietamb. Mobile Bayc. Kennesaw Mountaind. Gettysburg

180. What was the famous speech given by President Lincoln in November 1863 which affirmed his belief in democracy and his desire to see the warring nation reunited in peace?

a. Emancipation Proclamation

b. Vicksburg Proclamation

c. Gettysburg Address

d. Treaty of Appomattox


179. What was the battle which was considered the turning point of the Civil War because the Confederacy no longer had the ability to launch an offensive into Union territory?

  • Antietam

  • Mobile Bay

  • Kennesaw Mountain

  • Gettysburg


180. What was the famous speech given by President Lincoln in November 1863 which affirmed his belief in democracy and his desire to see the warring nation reunited in peace?

  • Emancipation Proclamation

  • Vicksburg Proclamation

  • Gettysburg Address

  • Treaty of Appomattox


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