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American Civil War UNION CONFEDERATE WANTED SOLDIERS 1861-1865 Instructions Answer these questions to survive the battle! The American Civil War

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wanted soldiers

American Civil War

UNION

CONFEDERATE

WANTED SOLDIERS

1861-1865

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Instructions

Answer these questions to survive the battle!

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The American Civil War

The American Civil War began on April 12, 1861 at Fort Sumter. The North Had three goals: to control the Mississippi River, to blockade southern parts, and capture Richmond. The South planned to fight a defensive war.

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Emancipation Proclamation

At first, the war went badly for the Union. But in September 1862, the Union claimed victory at Antietam. President Lincoln used this victory to announce the Emancipation Proclamation. As of January 1, 1863, the war to restore the Union was also a war to end slavery.

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Question 1

What were the three war goals of the North?

  • To control the Missouri River, to fight a defensive war, and to blockade southern parts.
  • To control the Mississippi River, fight a non-defensive war, and to capture Richmond.
  • To control the Mississippi River, to blockage southern parts, and capture Richmond.
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Question 2

When and where did the Civil war begin?

  • August 12, 1863
  • April 12, 1861
  • April 12, 1863
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