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Test 6 - History 3G

QuestionAnswer
The war that lasted from 1861-1865 Civil War
Angel of the Battlefield Clara Barton
Louisa May Alcott's most popular book Little Women
The man who married Julia Dent Ulysses S. Grant
The Alcott family's secret for happiness helping others
A school to train soldiers to become good officers West Point Military Academy
A society formed to help people during a disaster The American Red Cross
Louisa May Alcott's book about boys Little Men
The town where Lee surrendered to Grant Appomattox, Virginia
A boy who was badly hurt in an accident and needed a nurse David Barton
Who did Louisa write about in Little Women? Her family (her sisters)
What did Clara Barton become when she was still a teenager? A teacher
In 1864, who was the commander of all the Union or Northern armies? Ulysses S. Grant
What bad characteristic did both Louisa May Alcott and her sister have? A quick temper
To who did Louisa sell her stories? publishers
What nickname did the North give Ulysses S. Grant? Unconditional Surrender Grant
Who was the first woman in the United States to go on the battlefield as a nurse? Clara Barton
What society did Clara Barton start in 1881? American Red Cross
Who taught Clara Barton all about war and fighting battles? Her father
List 4 things that Clara Barton's family taught her when she was little. 1. how to read; how to sew: 2. how to cook; how to ride horses; 3. arithmetic; how to do housework; 4 . how to play ball; and all about war and fighting battles
Clara Barton was born in Washington, D.C. True or False false
Clara Barton went to college so she could become a schoolteacher. True or False false
Clara Barton was her brother David's nurse for two years. True or False true
The boys in Clara Barton's class were bigger than their teacher. True or False true
On the battlefield Clara Barton fought right along with soldiers. True or False false
Ulysses S. Grant rode the mule backward when he won the prize. True or False true
Ulysses S. Grant was seventeen when his father enrolled him in West Point. True or False true
When Grant graduated from West Point, he was an officer in the United States Army. True or False true
Many years of war made the South rich and prosperous. True or False false
It was said many times that Louisa May Alcott was a tomboy. True or False true
Created by: Zsim