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Test 5 Whit/Lee/Linc

History: John Greenleaf Whittier/ Abraham Lincoln/Robert E. Lee

QuestionAnswer
Growing up on his father's farm, he often stopped to write poetry of what he saw and felt. John Greenleaf Whittier
He went to West Point Military Academy to train as a soldier. Robert E. Lee
At fifty-nine years of age, he still held fond memories of his family and his childhood years. John Greenleaf Whittier
He knew the United States must remain one great nation or it would become weak. Abraham Lincoln
He said, "Without the assistance of that Divine Being.... I cannot succeed." Abraham Lincoln
His father was a good friend of George Washington. Robert E. Lee
His family lived in Massachusetts where wild and furious snowstorms often occurred. John Greenleaf Whittier
He told his soldiers to help rebuild their country even though they had lost the war. Robert E. Lee
He was inaugurated as President of the United States on March 4, 1861. Abraham Lincoln
Because Virginia was his home state, he fought for the South during the Civil War. Robert E. Lee
His father could see no sense in poetry because he said, "Poetry will not buy my son bread." John Greenleaf Whittier
He spoke these words to the people of the South: "We are not enemies, but friends. We must not be enemies." Abraham Lincoln
John Whittier's parents were _________. Baptists, Quakers, Catholics or Methodist? Quakers
The poem "Snow-Bound" does not mention: ________. snow tunnel, snow shapes, a rose garden, or buckskins and mittens a rose garden
"First in war, first in peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen" was a famous saying written by Robert E. Lee's father about _____________. Thomas Jefferson, Noah Webster, Daniel Boone or George Washington. George Washington
The Southern army called themselves _______. Southerners, the Union Army, the Confederate Army or Yankees the Confederate Army
Traveller was General Lee's ____. horse
The war between the Confederate states and the Union was called the ____. War for Independence, Civil War, French and Indian War or Mexican-American War Civil War
In a letter to Abraham Lincoln, a little girl told him to ____. grow a beard, come to visit her, fight the south or travel grow a beard
Abraham Lincoln's hometown was _____. Springfield, Illinois
President Lincoln was sworn into office on _____. Inauguration Day
John Wilkes Booth __________. was a great statesman, killed President Lincoln, fought for General Lee, or was president of the Southern states. killed President Lincoln
Who said, "Stand with anybody that stands right. Stand with him while he is right, and part with him when he goes wrong." Abraham Lincoln
True or False: When he was a boy, Whittier beat the grain from stalks of wheat with a broom. false
True or False: Robert E. Lee believed rules were made to obey, and that they would help him become a good army officer. true
True or False: In the Civil War the South had more factories and men than the North did. false
True or False: Robert E. Lee lived in the South and thought it was right to own slaves. false
True or False: President Abraham Lincoln felt that the Southern states were breaking the laws of the United States by forming their own nation. true
True or False: Choosing to fight for the Southern states was a hard decision for robert E. Lee. true
True or False: After the war, General Lee became president of Washington College in Virginia. true
True or False: Abraham Lincoln always had time to listen to people. true
True or False: The people in the South agreed with President Lincoln about keeping our nation together. false
Created by: Zsim