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Civil War 2019

Mrs. Ethridge fourth grade 2019

By the 1850s, most states in this region had ended slavery. The North
What did President Lincoln see as the main purpose of the Civil War? Keep the states together and united.
The Civil War ended in 1865 when this event happened. Southern General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Northern General Ulysses S. Grant.
This Union general marched through Georgia, destroying anything that could help Southern forces in their fight to win the Civil War. William T. Sherman
What did the book Uncle Tom's Cabin do for its readers? It described the horrors of slavery.
Who was John Brown? An abolitionist who often used violence in his struggle against slavery.
An attack here by Southern forces against Northern troops marked the beginning of the Civil War. Fort Sumter in South Carolina
What was an "abolitionist"? Someone who believed that slavery should end.
Who said, "There is nothing left for me to do but go and see General Grant and I would rather die a thousand deaths"? Robert E. Lee
Many issues caused the Civil War, including ____. states' rights and slavery
Union president during most of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln
Leader of Confederate forces during most of the Civil War. Robert E. Lee
Confederate general who inspired troops by his bravery. Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
General who led Union troops in the later years of the Civil War. Ulysses S. Grant
The first and only president of the Confederacy. Jefferson Davis
The Southern economy was mostly based on _____. Slave labor and agriculture (farming)
What was the main idea of states' rights? Each state has the right to make decisions about issues concerning itself.
This is one reason the Battle of Gettysburg is considered to be a turning point for the North. The North had gained new soldiers when freed slaves joined the Union Army.
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