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Title: 181. What was the Civil War battle on November 23-25, 1864 which resulted in Union control of the state of Tennessee and which cut off important railway supplies to Atlanta?


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  • 181. What was the Civil War battle on November
    23-25, 1864 which resulted in Union control of
    the state of Tennessee and which cut off
    important railway supplies to Atlanta?
  • a. Chattanooga
  • b. Shiloh
  • c. Kennesaw Mountain
  • d. Vicksburg
  • 182. What was the battle which took place on
    August 5, 1864 that cut off an important supply
    port of the Confederacy?
  • New Orleans
  • Mobile Bay
  • Pensacola
  • Vicksburg

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181. What was the Civil War battle on November
23-25, 1864 which resulted in Union control of
the state of Tennessee and which cut off
important railway supplies to Atlanta?
  1. Chattanooga
  2. Shiloh
  3. Kennesaw Mountain
  4. Vicksburg

3
182. What was the battle which took place on
August 5, 1864 that cut off an important supply
port of the Confederacy?
  1. New Orleans
  2. Mobile Bay
  3. Pensacola
  4. Vicksburg

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183. What was the city burned down to the ground
by General Sherman which destroyed the ability of
the Confederacy to supply the war effort? a.
Birmingham b. Savannah c. New Orleans d.
Atlanta
  • 184. What Union general led his March to the
    Sea from May-December 1864 destroying everything
    in a 60 mile-wide path from Chattanooga to
    Savannah?
  • a. Ulysses S. Grant
  • b. Robert E. Lee
  • c. William Tecumseh Sherman
  • d. Thomas Hooker

5
183. What was the city burned down to the ground
by General Sherman which destroyed the ability of
the Confederacy to supply the war effort?
  1. Birmingham
  2. Savannah
  3. New Orleans
  4. Atlanta

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184. What Union general led his March to the
Sea from May-December 1864 destroying everything
in a 60 mile-wide path from Chattanooga to
Savannah?
  1. Ulysses S. Grant
  2. Robert E. Lee
  3. William Tecumseh Sherman
  4. Thomas Hooker

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185. Where did the surrender of the Confederate
Army take place on April 9, 1865? a.
Appomattox b. Gettysburg c. Washington, D.
C. d. Richmond
  • 186. What is the name of the term which
    guarantees that a person cannot be imprisoned
    without appearing in court?
  • a. Checks and balances
  • b. Habeas corpus
  • c. Manifest destiny
  • d. Laissez-faire

8
185. Where did the surrender of the Confederate
Army take place on April 9, 1865?
  1. Appomattox
  2. Gettysburg
  3. Washington, D.C.
  4. Richmond

9
186. What is the name of the term which
guarantees that a person cannot be imprisoned
without appearing in court?
  1. Checks and balances
  2. Habeas corpus
  3. Manifest destiny
  4. Laissez-faire

10
187. The draft (forcibly serving in the
military) was used in the U.S. for the first time
in what war? a. Revolutionary War b. War of
1812 c. Civil War d. World War I
  • 188. What was the name of the act passed in
    1862 which stated that anyone who would agree to
    cultivate 160 acres of land for five years would
    receive title to that land from the federal
    government? This act greatly accelerated the
    settlement of the West until the 1930s.
  • a. Navigation Act
  • b. Morrill Land Grant Act
  • c. Northwest Ordinance
  • d. Homestead Act

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187. The draft (forcibly serving in the military)
was used in the U.S. for the first time in what
war?
  1. Revolutionary War
  2. War of 1812
  3. Civil War
  4. World War I

12
188. What was the name of the act passed in 1862
which stated that anyone who would agree to
cultivate 160 acres of land for five years would
receive title to that land from the federal
government? This act greatly accelerated the
settlement of the West until the 1930s.
  1. Navigation Act
  2. Morrill Land Grant Act
  3. Northwest Ordinance
  4. Homestead Act

13
189. Which amendment completely abolished slavery
in the entire U.S.? a. 8th b. 13th c. 15th d.
19th
  • 190. More U.S. soldiers died in what war than
    in all the other wars in U.S. history combined?
  • a. Civil War
  • b. World War I
  • c. World War II
  • d. Vietnam

14
189. Which amendment completely abolished slavery
in the entire U.S.?
  1. 8th
  2. 13th
  3. 15th
  4. 19th

15
190. More U.S. soldiers died in what war than in
all the other wars in U.S. history combined?
  1. Civil War
  2. World War I
  3. World War II
  4. Vietnam

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191. What killed most of the soldiers in the
Civil War? a. Exhaustion b. Battlefied wounds
c. Illnesses d. None of the above
  • 192. Freedmen (emancipated slaves) faced what
    difficulties after the Civil War?
  • a. They were Illiterate (could not read or
    write).
  • b. They did not have land.
  • c. They had no money.
  • d. All of the above.

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191. What killed most of the soldiers in the
Civil War?
  1. Exhaustion
  2. Battlefield wounds
  3. Illnesses
  4. None of the above

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192. Freedmen (emancipated slaves) faced what
difficulties after the Civil War?
  1. They were illiterate (could not read or write).
  2. They did not have land.
  3. They had no money.
  4. All of the above.

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193. What were people called who would farm a
piece of land for the land owner and pay him for
the seed, land, and materials with a portion of
the crop? a. carpetbaggers b.
sharecroppers c. scalawags d. freedmen
  • 194. What was the name of the organization
    established in March 1865 that provided clothing,
    food, schools and medical care to those displaced
    after the Civil War?
  • a. Morrill-Land Grant Act
  • b. Military Reconstruction Act
  • c. Freedmens Bureau
  • d. Emergency Quota Act

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193. What were people called who would farm a
piece of land for the land owner and pay him for
the seed, land, and materials with a portion of
the crop?
  1. carpetbaggers
  2. sharecroppers
  3. scalawags
  4. freedmen

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194. What was the name of the organization
established in March 1865 that provided clothing,
food, schools and medical care to those displaced
after the Civil War?
  1. Morrill-Land Grant Act
  2. Military Reconstruction Act
  3. Freedmens Bureau
  4. Emergency Quota Act

22
195. What was the name of the act passed in 1862
which formed the foundation for the public
university system that exists today in the
U.S.? a. Homestead Act b. Morrill-Land Grant
Act c. Freeport Doctrine d. Military
Reconstruction Act
  • 196. The church became the most important social
    and cultural outlet for slaves. After
    emancipation, which church became the largest
    support-base for ex-slaves?
  • a. Southern Baptist
  • b. African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.)
  • c. Catholic
  • d. Presbyterian

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195. What was the name of the act passed in 1862
which formed the foundation for the public
university system that exists today in the U.S.?
  • a. Homestead Act
  • b. Morrill-Land Grant Act
  • c. Freeport Doctrine
  • d. Military Reconstruction Act

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196. The church became the most important social
and cultural outlet for slaves. After
emancipation, which church became the largest
support-base for ex-slaves?
  1. Southern Baptist
  2. African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.)
  3. Catholic
  4. Presbyterian

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197. Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln
at Fords Theater on April 14, 1865? a. John
Wilkes Booth b. Andrew Johnson c. John
Surratt d. Lee Harvey Oswald
  • 198. Who became president after Lincolns death?
  • a. Ulysses S. Grant
  • b. James Garfield
  • c. Andrew Johnson
  • d. Vicksburg

26
197. Who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln
at Fords Theater on April 14, 1865?
  1. John Wilkes Booth
  2. Andrew Johnson
  3. John Surratt
  4. Lee Harvey Oswald

27
198. Who became president after Lincolns death?
  1. Ulysses S. Grant
  2. James Garfield
  3. Andrew Johnson
  4. John Wilkes Booth

28
199. What were the laws passed in the South
after the Civil War that did not allow blacks to
own weapons, meet together after sundown or marry
whites? a. Black Codes b. Fugitive Slave
Acts c. Freedmen Statutes d. Punitive Force Acts
  • 200. Which amendment stated that all persons
    born or naturalized in the U.S. are citizens?
  • a. 13th
  • b. 14th
  • c. 18th
  • d. 22nd

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199. What were the laws passed in the South
after the Civil War that did not allow blacks to
own weapons, meet together after sundown or marry
whites?
  1. Black Codes
  2. Fugitive Slave Acts
  3. Freedmen Statutes
  4. Punitive Force Acts

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200. Which amendment stated that all persons
born or naturalized in the U.S. are citizens?
  • 13th
  • 14th
  • 18th
  • 22nd
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