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Civil War Test

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The causes of the Civil War include salvery and sectionalism
Why was the south opposed to high tariffs? Only helped Northern industry it hurt the South's trade with Great Britain.
U.S House of Representatives is based on population. Why did the South have lower representation? The South had a lower population
The_________had more farms and more slaves to work on plantations. South
3 events that led to the Civil War was The Kansas-Nebraska Act, The Missouri Compromise, and Uncle Tom's Cabin
An Abolitionist who was executed for his raid that freed slaves was John Brown
who was the President of the Confederate States? Jefferson Davis
The general who led the Confederate army was Robert E Lee
The Missouri Compromise and the Compromise of 1850 were both meant to deal with the issue of __________________ slavery in new territories
The Union (north) wanted the Untied Sates to remain_________________ united
The North population was larger and created an _________over the South during the war. advantage
The North used naval blockades as a _____________to defeat the South. strategy
General Sherman march to the sea and burn Atlanta wee examples of the ___________strategies Total war
The first shots of the Civil War were fired in South Caroline at Fort____________ Sumpter
Lincoln made a statement during the war freeing the slaves called the Emancipation Proclamtion
Why was the Battle of Gettysburg a major turning point for the North during the Civil War? There were many causalities on both side but the South lost so many men and supplies they could not recover
when Lincoln was elected President in 1860, the South decided to leave the Union or ______________ secede
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