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Servidio SS Chap 16

Servidio Review for Chapter 16 MC/CR Test

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Who was Abraham Lincoln? He was the 16th President of the United States
Define sectionalism The pride in your own state or region
Define nationalism The pride and devotion to your whole country
Define secession To leave the Union or country and establish your own
Explain the results of Lincoln’s election Lincoln won the Election of 1860 by all the northern states voting for him and then the southern states seceded
Define secede To leave the Union
Why is Fort Sumter important? It was the start of the Civil War
Describe the main reason why the North is fighting in the Civil War To preserve the Union
Describe the main reason why the South is fighting in the Civil War To have a say in government
Who was Ulysses S Grant? The military leader for the North
Who was Robert E Lee? The military leader for the South
What region does the Union represent? North
What region does the Confederate represent? South
Who was Jefferson Davis? The President of the South
How are William Sherman and Philip Sheridan similar? They both waged total war on the South
Define total war The North’s military plan to destroy the South by destroying everything
Explain the importance of the Gettysburg Address President Lincoln announced that after the war is over both North and South are all one country and the soldiers did not die in vain
Explain the importance of the Emancipation Proclamation This stated that all slaves were free in the South
Did the Emancipation Proclamation free any slaves? No because the South was a different country and did not have to follow the rules created in the North
Identify one effect of the Civil War for both the North and South Inflation
Define inflation When the price of items go up and the value of your dollar goes down
Describe the North’s strengths during the Civil War More factories, people and railroads
Describe the South’s strengths during the Civil War Better military leaders, better use of horses and guns, defending own land
Identify the name of the North’s plan for winning the Civil War The Anaconda Plan
Identify the name of the South’s plan for winning the Civil War The Defensive Plan
Identify the four parts of the Anaconda Plan Take the capital, control the Atlantic Ocean and Mississippi River and then use total war to squeeze the South
Identify the three parts of the Defensive Plan Move the capital to Virginia and wait until the North runs out of men and supplies
Explain the importance of the Battle at Bull Run The North ran away leaving all their supplies for the South to take
Explain the importance of the battle between Merrimack versus Monitor This was the first battle of iron clad ships
Explain the importance of the Battle at Antietam The North received the battle plans for the South and was still slow to act
Explain the importance of the Battle of Chancellorsville Stonewall Jackson was shot at the end of the battle by his own men
Who was Stonewall Jackson? He was a commander of the South
Explain the importance of the Battle at Vicksburg The North captured the Mississippi River
Explain the importance of the Battle at Gettysburg The South will never again enter into the North and it was the turning point of the war
Explain the importance of Appomattox Courthouse The location of where the south surrenders to the north
Explain the importance of Fort Sumter It was the first shot and start of the Civil War
Created by: Suzanne Servidio
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