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Civil War Part II

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Who was the most important figure in the West for the Union? U.S Grant
What victory gave the Union control of the entire Mississippi River? Vicksburg
Who was the General for the Confederacy? Lee
What are Cooperheads? Northern Deomcrats who spoke out against the war.
Who won the Battle of Gettysburg? The Union (North)
Who led the March to the Sea? Sherman
Who delivered the Gettysburg Address? Lincoln
Where did the South surrender? Appomattox Court House
Why did the Battle of Gettysburg happen at Gettysburg? The Confederacy was in search of shoes
The Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves where? Only in the South
Who was Lincoln's opponent in the 1864 Presidential Election? George McClellan
What does "total war" mean? Destroying civilian and military resources
What were the lasting effects of the Civil War? Almost 620,000 lost their lives in the four years of fighting. Costliest conflict in American History
The South lost the Battle of Gettysburg. What outcome did this play on the South losing the War? The South never recovered from this loss. Their morale was down.
Created by: mccrears