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Ch. 14 Civil War SG

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The Republican Party was formed in 1854 to stop the western spread of slavery.
Before the presidential election of 1860, Southerners threatened to secede if a Republican won the election.
When Texas joined the other Southern states in seceding from the Union, Sam Houston refused to continue serving as governor.
Most of the fighting in Texas centered on Confederate efforts to keep Texas ports open.
Which of these was not a result of the Civil War in Texas? One Texas unit helped protect Washington, D.C., from invasion.
Union supporters were located mainly in which area? North Texas
Which of these states were among the five to secede immediately after South Carolina did? Georgia and Mississippi
Texas's economy was badly damaged when Union victories closed land routes to the Confederacy.
lieutenant governor of Texas during the 1860 presidential election Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance, or John B. Magruder? Edward Clark
an official order Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance, or John B. Magruder? ordinance
replaced Paul Octave Hebert as commander of the military district of Texas Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance or John B. Magruder? John B. Magruder
governor of Texas during the 1860 presidential election Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance, or John B. Magruder? Sam Houston
a person who punishes criminals or takes control without authority to do so Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance, or John B. Magruder? vigilante
elected first governor of Texas under Confederate president Jefferson Davis Is it vigilante, Edward Clark, Sam Houston, Francis R. Lubbock, ordinance, or John B. Magruder? Francis R. Lubbock
If the statement is true say true. If it is false, change the underlined word or words to make it true. Most Texans were Republicans who believed slavery was essential to the Southern economy (Republicans is underlined). Democrats
Although no major battles were fought in Texas, Texans suffered hardships during the war (no major battles are underlined). true
Most Texans who were against secession were from lower Southern states, where slavery was not such an important part of the economy (lower is underlined). upper; higher
Many slaves were sent to Texas to keep them from running away or being taken away when the Confederate armies came (Confederate armies are underlined). Union; U.S.; United States; United States of America
Prices of goods dropped dramatically in Texas during the war (dropped is underlined). rose; were raised; increased
Part 2: Map Skills Use the map to answer the questions that follow. Most of the battles in Texas occurred on or near what kind of physical feature? waterway - either a river or the Gulf of Mexico. (waterway, river, Gulf of Mexico, or the coast are acceptable as well)
Where was a battle fought on March 19, 1864? Laredo
In which year of the Civil War were no battles fought in Texas? 1861
Created by: sasmith3