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Final Exam Review

What was the goal of the south during the Civil War ? Their goal was to fight until the North got tired.
What occurred in Fort Sumter ? It was the first battle of the Civil War.
What was the Anaconda Plan ? It was where the Union had blockade southern ports.
Who was Jefferson Davis ? He was an American politician who served as the president of the Confederate States.
What was the Battle of Chickamauga ? It is the second bloodiest battle fought in the civil war. The North was trying to penetrate the deep south where the goods and manufacturing were produced.
What is Nullification ? The act of cancelling something.
What is the 13th amendment ? Abolished slavery and involuntary servitude.
What is the 14th amendment ? It gave black males citizenship.
What is the 15th amendment ? Black males could be able to vote.
What is Ku Klux Klan ? An organization that was against blacks from voting.
What did the Compromise of 1850 do ? California had entered the union as a free state. Fugitive Slave Act was amended and the slave trade in Washington, D.C., was abolished.
Dred Scott Case ? The court did not want to give Dred Scott his freedom because he was a slave.
What is slavery ? The state of being a slave.
Freedmen's Bureau ? An agency of the War Department set up in 1865 to assist freed slaves in obtaining relief, land, jobs, fair treatment, and education.
Andersonville ? A Confederate prison that caught Union prisoners.
What was Sherman's Atlanta Campaign ? A series of battles fought in the Western Theater throughout northwest Georgia.
What happened at Sherman's March to the Sea ? Everything got burned or destroyed in Savannah .
What is the Emancipation Proclamation ? Freed man that were in the Confederate territory and it did not free any of them in the border states.
What is the Johnson Reconstruction ? It gave the white South a free hand in regulating the transition from slavery to freedom and offered no role to blacks in the politics of the south.
Who was Robert E .Lee ? Was a General that over took John Brown at the Harpers Fairy.
Who was Abraham Lincoln ? An American statesman and lawyer who served as the 16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.
Who were the copperheads ? Were a vocal faction of Democrats in the Northern United States of the Union who opposed the American Civil War and wanted peace with the Confederacy.
Final Virginia Campaign ? It was a final blow to the Confederacy and made Robert E. Lee surrender.
What was the Union Blockade ? It was made to upstruct all revenue and goods either importing or exporting. They were cutting off Confederacy supplies.
1864 Electon ? Abraham Lincoln vs. George McClellan, Abraham Lincoln won the election.
Who were the confederate generals ? "Stonewall" Jackson, George Pickett, James Longstreet, Nathan Bedford Forrest, and Jeb Stuart.
What happened at the Battle of Vicksburg ? Confederate and Union troops came to Vicksburg and the ones who were under Ulysses S. Grant command had cut the South in half.
What is Sectionalism ? Loyalty to one's own region or section of the country, rather than to the country as a whole.
Who was Alexander Stephens ? He was vice president of the Confederacy and helped write the Georgia Platform showing support for the Compromise of 1850.
What was the result of the Civil War ? It was the end of sectionalism and the end of slavery.
What does S.A.L.M.A stand for ? Savannah, Augusta, Louisville, Milledgeville, and Atlanta.
On the Trail of Tears, which Cherokee chief's wife died ? Chief John Ross.
What was a negative result of the Yazoo land fraud ? Georgia lost lots of land from the west.
The University of Georgia let what to happen ? They led low income students attend the college.
Who wrote the Syllabary ? George Gist (Sequoyah)
What was the Headright System about in Georgia ? It gave Creek lands to white settlers.
The Cherokee Phoenix was what ? It was the name of the first Native American newspaper.
What was the Cherokee's permanent capital located ? New Echota, Georgia
What was the Trail of Tears ? It was the removal of the Cherokee from Georgia.
What was the land lottery ? It had replaced the Headright system to distribute public land in Georgia.
Land Grant University ? It was land for the university that was donated by the federal government.
What was in Dahlonega, Ga ? Gold.
What was the Indian Removal Act of 1830 ? Law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28, 1830, authorizing the president to grant unsettled lands west of the Mississippi in exchange for Indian lands within existing state borders.
Which capital of Georgia was all the records of the Yazoo Act burned ? Louisville
Why did Georgia lose land that was west of the Chattahoochee River ? Because of the Yazoo Land Fraud.
What two Ga cities were capitals in the late 1700s ? Augusta and Louisville
Why did Sequoyah write the Syllabary ? So that the Cherokee could have a written language.
Where were the states of the Cherokee Nation located ? North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia.
In which state were the Indian reserves ? Oklahoma
What Creek chief signed the Treaty of New York ? Chief Alexander McGillivary
Who was George Walton ? Was one of the three Georgians that had signed the Declaration of Independence.
What document declared "All men are created equal" ? Declaration of Independence
What is the Articles of Confederation ? A document that the colonies used to govern themselves after they declared independence.
Who were the Patriots ? They were colonists who wanted freedom from Great Britain.
What did he Proclamation of 1763 do ? It forbade the settlers from going west of the Appalachian Mountains.
What is Paul Revere known for ? Horse riding to go tell that the British were coming and the Boston Massacre Propaganda.
What did the Stamp Act of 1765 do ? It placed a tax on the sale of all the printed materials.
What is the Preamble ? The introduction of the DOI.
Who were the 3 Georgians to sign the DOl ? Button Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, George Walton
What are grievances ? A real or imagined wrong or other cause for complaint or protest, especially unfair treatment.
What were the people called who remained loyal to the King ? Loyalist or Tories
What happened at Kettle Creek ? It was the Patriots first victory in Ga during the war.
Who was the main author of the DOI ? Thomas Jefferson
What is a military siege ? When military troops surround the enemy and not allow anyone or anything in or out of the enemies position making them wanna surrender.
Who won the American Revolutionary War ? The patriots won the war.
What was the DOI ? It is a break up letter between the colonist and the King of England.
What was a negative effect of the French and Indian war ? It gave Great Britain to become in debt and was making the colonies to pay taxes.
What Acts lead to the war ? The Intolerable Act, The Quartering Act, The Sugar Act, The Tea Act, and The Stamp Act.
What created the Western boundary of Georgia ? Proclamation of 1763
Who was George Washington ? He was the leader of the Patriots and was declared as the first president of the United States.
What affect did did Hernando De Soto new world expedition have on Native Americans ? Many of the Native Americans had lost their lives.
Who discovered Georgia ? James Oglethorpe
Why did Hernando De Soto come to the New World ? 3G's (Gold, Glory, & God)
Where is Hernando De Soto from ? Spain
Hernando De Soto discovered which region of the U.S ? Southeast
What are the 4 major interstate highways of Georgia ? I-20, I-75, I-85, I-95
What are the two Georgia deepwater ports ? Savannah and Burnswick
What is one of the busiest airports in the world ? Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
What interstate highway does NOT go through Atlanta ? I-95
What transportation on land can carry lots of cargo ? trains/railroads
What did the Trustees of Georgia do with the rules that the King set ? They had passed regulations and not laws.
What is Mercantilism? Belief in the benefits of profitable trading; commercialism.
During the charter period, who was Georgia governed by ? 21 trustees
How long was Georgia a charter colony ? 20 years
When James Oglethorpe came to Georgia, what was the first thing he needed to do ? Become friends with the chief of the Yamacraw (Tomochichi).
What did the King do to set rules to the Trustees? They had passed regulations, not laws.
Why did Trustees not let blacks in Georgia ? They wanted to avoid slavery.
What was the name that the spanish gave to the Georgia coast ? Guale
Who was the first royal governor of Georgia ? John Reynolds
What was the first city that Great Britain established ? Savannah
Who was the translator for James Oglethorpe and Tomochichi ? Mary Musgrove
Who was the Chief of the Yamacraws ? Tomochichi
What religious group was not allowed in Georgia ? Catholics
Where did Spain established many Catholic missions ? Georgia coast and barrier islands
James Oglethorpe wanted what to get a new start ? England
Why was mulberry trees such a big thing to Georgia colonist ? They wanted to create a silk industry.
Who was Ebenezer established by ? Salzburgers
Which was the last royal governor of Georgia ? James Wright
Why did the Salzburgers come to Georgia ? They mainly came for religious freedom.
Why did England want to stay permanently in Georgia ? Wanted to strengthen economy by mercantilism.
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