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QUIZ

KEY VERSION A
Chapter 17: The Tide of War Turns
(1863-1865)

1) Who was an abolitionist who urged
President Lincoln to emancipate
enslaved Americans?
a) Frederick Douglas
b) Jefferson Davis
c) Robert E. Lee
d) Ulysses S. Grant
e) William Sherman

2) Lincoln did not end slavery sooner for
all of the following reasons EXCEPT
a) Lincoln did not believe he had the
power under the Constitution to abolish
slavery.
b) Did not want to upset the Border States
(slave states that remained in the
Union).
c) Most Northern Democrats and
Republicans opposed emancipation.
d) Lincoln did not want the issue of
slavery to divide the nation further.
e) Lincoln wanted to fight the Civil War.

3) After what battle did President Lincoln
issue the Emancipation Proclamation?
a) Battle of Antietam
b) Battle of Fort Sumter
c) Battle of Gettysburg
d) Battle of Vicksburg
e) Seven Days Battle

4) When did President Lincoln issue the
Emancipation Proclamation?
a) December 24, 1862
b) December 25, 1862
c) December 31, 1862
d) January 1, 1863
e) July 4, 1863





5) By the end of the Civil War about how


many African- Americans served in the
Union Army?
a) 0
b) 1,800
c) 18,000
d) 180,000
e) 1,800,000

6) What was one of the first AfricanAmerican regiments organized to fight
for the Union in the Civil War?
a) Copperhead
b) Greenback
c) 54th Massachusetts Regiment
d) Picketts Charge
e) Siege of Vicksburg

7) Who were main opponents of President


Lincoln from the Northern Democrat
political party who favored peace with
the South?
a) Anacondas
b) Copperheads
c) Mambas
d) Pythons
e) Vipers
8) What is a law that required men to serve
in the military or be drafted?
a) Bounty
b) Conscription
c) Emancipation Proclamation
d) Income tax
e) Greenback
9) What year did the Confederates begin
drafting soldiers?
a) 1861
b) 1862
c) 1863
d) 1864
e) 1865

10) In the South, one exception not to fight


in the Civil War was to own _____ or more
slaves?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 5
d) 10
e) 20

e) Sales tax


11) In the South, how much was it to hire a
substitute to fight in the Civil War?
a) $10
b) $100
c) $600
d) $1,000
e) $6,000


12) In the Union, how much was the bounty
for men to volunteer to serve in the Civil
War?
a) $10
b) $100
c) $300
d) $1,000
e) $5,000
13) What was the largest group in the North
and South fighting in the Civil War, which
caused food shortages?
a) Bankers
b) Farmers
c) Immigrants
d) Politicians
e) Slaves

14) What is an increase in price and


decrease in the value of money?
a) Bounty
b) Conscription
c) Deflation
d) Draft
e) Inflation
15) What is a tax on earnings collected by
the federal government?
a) Corporate tax
b) Court tax
c) Income tax
d) Inheritance tax

16) During the Civil War Border states were


selling cotton to Northerners, and cotton
became known as what?
a) Blood diamond
b) Blood gold
c) Gold finger
d) Yankee diamond
e) Yankee gold
17) __________ was the worst prison camp in
the North and __________ was the worst
prison camp in the South during the
Civil War.
a) Alcatraz; Ellis Island
b) Alcatraz; Elmira
c) Antietam; Gettysburg
d) Elmira; Andersonville
e) Elmira; Vicksburg
18) Who was an African-American woman
who volunteered with an all AfricanAmerican regiment and wrote about her
experiences? (March 30 DO NOW)
a) Belle Boyd
b) Clara Barton
c) Dorothea Dix
d) Mary Todd Lincoln
e) Susie King Taylor

19) Who founded the American Red Cross?


(March 30 DO NOW)
a) Belle Boyd
b) Clara Barton
c) Dorothea Dix
d) Mary Todd Lincoln
e) Susie King Taylor
20) Who was the Union General at the
Battle of Gettysburg?
a) Ambrose Burnside
b) George Meade
c) George McCellan
d) Joseph Hooker
e) Ulysses S. Grant

21) Who was the Confederate General shot


in the arm by a Confederate solider, and
later died of pneumonia?
a) George McCellan
b) Jefferson Davis
c) Robert E. Lee
d) Thomas Jackson
e) Ulysses S. Grant


22) Gettysburg is located in what state?
a) Georgia
b) Maryland
c) Pennsylvania
d) South Carolina
e) Virginia
23) On July 3, 1863 whom did General
Robert E. Lee order to attack the Union
in the middle of the line resulting in the
deaths of 13,000 Confederate troops?
a) George McCellan
b) George Pickett
c) Jefferson Davis
d) Thomas Jackson
e) Ulysses S. Grant
24) On July 4, 1863, where did the
Confederates surrender to General
Ulysses S. Grant, and the Union gain
control of the Mississippi River?
a) Antietam
b) Atlanta
c) Charleston
d) Gettysburg
e) Vicksburg

26) In the Election of 1864, who did the


Democratic nominate to run against
President Lincoln?
a) George McClellan
b) Jefferson Davis
c) Robert E. Lee
d) Stephan Douglas
e) Ulysses S. Grant

25) Who was the Union General that used


total war throughout the Southern
states?
a) George Meade
b) Robert E. Lee
c) Thomas Jackson
d) Ulysses S. Grant
e) William Tecumseh Sherman

27) What was the capital of the Confederate


States of America?
a) Atlanta
b) Charleston
c) New Orleans
d) Richmond
e) Washington D.C.

28) Where did General Robert E. Lee
surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant?
a) Appomattox Court House
b) Capital Hill
c) Fort Sumter
d) Gettysburg
e) Independence Hall

29) General Robert E. Lees plantation


became what national landmark?
a) Arlington National Cemetery
b) Capital Hill
c) Lincoln Memorial
d) Washington Monument
e) White House
30) What Constitutional Amendment
banned slavery in the United States of
America?
a) 1
b) 4
c) 5
d) 10
e) 13
31) On April 14, 1865, who shot President
Lincoln?
a) Andrew Johnson
b) Jefferson Davis
c) John Wilkes Booth
d) Robert E. Lee
e) William Seward

32) Where was President Abraham Lincoln


shot?
a) Arlington National Cemetery
b) Apollo Theatre
c) Capital Hill
d) Fords Theatre
e) White House
33) Who was President Lincolns Vice
President, and would become President
after President Lincoln was
assassinated?
a) Andrew Jackson
b) Andrew Johnson
c) Jefferson Davis
d) Ulysses S. Grant
e) William Seward


DO NOW 03/29/2016 Page 499 Textbook
34) What does the arrow in the east
indicate?
a) Movement of Union troops toward
Richmond
b) Movement of resisting Confederate
troops
c) Movement of Confederate troops to take
New Orleans
d) Movement of Union troops up the
Mississippi

DO NOW 03/31/2016
35) Four scores and seven years ago our
fathers brought forth on this continent a
new nation... is from what speech?
a) Emancipation Proclamation
b) House Divided
c) First Inaugural Address
d) Gettysburg Address
e) Second Inaugural Address

DO NOW 03/31/2016
36) With malice toward none, with charity
for alllet us strive to finish the work
we are in, to bind up the nations
wounds
a) Emancipation Proclamation
b) House Divided
c) First Inaugural Address
d) Gettysburg Address
e) Second Inaugural Address


DO NOW 04/01/2016
37) Why might Vicksburg be important for
Southerners supplying the Confederacy
from Texas?
a) Vicksburg was on a river and a rail line.
b) Vicksburg was located in a border state.
c) Vicksburg was an ocean port city.
d) Vicksburg was located in Texas.

DO NOW 04/04/2016
38) Who said, All we ask is to be let alone.
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Frederick Douglas
c) Jefferson Davis
d) Robert E. Lee
e) Ulysses S. Grant

DO NOW 04/04/2016
39) Who said, It is well that war is so
terrible we should grow too fond of it!
a) Abraham Lincoln
b) Frederick Douglas
c) Jefferson Davis
d) Robert E. Lee
e) Ulysses S. Grant

DO NOW 04/07/2016
40) First attempt by Confederates to bring
the Civil War to the Northern states, but
lost because a Confederate officer lost
the battle plans describes what battle?
a) Battle of Antietam
b) Battle of Fort Sumter
c) Battle of Gettysburg
d) Battle of Vicksburg
e) Seven Days Battle