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In 1864, who did appoint as General -in-chief of the Union Army? Ulysses S. Grant
Who was the commander of the Army of Northern Virginia? Robert E. Lee
What military strategy did Grant and Sherman Employ? Total War
What S.C. site was the headquarters for the union blockade of the south Atlantic states? Port Royal
What union regiment launched an unsuccessful assault on Battery Wagner in July of 1863? 45th Massachusetts Infantry
What name was given to William T. Sherman’s campaign of destruction through the state of Georgia? Sherman's March to the Sea
Approximately, How many deaths were during the American Civil War? 620,000
When and where did Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses S. Grant, officially ending the Civil War? Appomattox Courthouse on April 9, 1865
More than 620,000 American fought and died during the American Civil War. What was the number one killer of men? Disease
When, where, and whom was Abraham Lincoln assassinated? John Wilkes Booth, April 15, 1865, Ford’s theater in Washington D.C.
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