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2016

Civil War ReviewSlide2

11 Confederate states that seceded from the union

Florida

Georgia

South Carolina

North Carolina

Virginia

Tennessee

Arkansas

Alabama

Louisiana

Texas

MississippiSlide3

A machine that cleans seeds from cotton

Cotton Gin

Yeomanry

Overseer

Slave CodesSlide4

A member of the Confederate Army during the Civil War

Union

Yankee

Rebel

AbolitionistSlide5

A member of the Union Army during the Civil War

Abolitionist

Yankee

Rebel

ConfederacySlide6

A person who wanted to end slavery

Suffrage

Yankee

Rebel

AbolitionistSlide7

Admiral of the union navy that gained control of the port of New Orleans

Farragut

Yankee

Rebel

AbolitionistSlide8

Agreement that admitted California as a free state, banned slave trade in DC, etc.

Farragut

Compromise of 1850

Rebel

AbolitionistSlide9

Angel of the Battlefield; started the Red Cross

Farragut

Compromise of 1850

Clara Barton

AbolitionistSlide10

Another name for the South during the Civil War

Confederacy

Union

Emancipation

AbolitionistSlide11

Another name of the North in the Civil War

Confederacy

Secede

Suffrage

UnionSlide12

Assassinated President Abraham Lincoln

John Wilkes Booth

Compromise of 1850

Clara Barton

UnionSlide13

Battle that was considered the turning point in the war

John Wilkes Booth

Gettysburg

Clara Barton

UnionSlide14

Who Am I?

Born into slavery before escaping in 1838; Edited the North Star (abolitionist paper)

John Wilkes Booth

William Lloyd Garrison

Nat Turner

Fredrick DouglassSlide15

Who Am I?

I was a superb trainer of men, but I often appeared reluctant to commit troops to battle. Lincoln lost patience with me twice and replaced me with Ambrose Burnside.

John Wilkes Booth

William Lloyd Garrison

Nat Turner

George McClellanSlide16

Captured (burned) Atlanta and led a march to the sea

George Meade

William Tecumseh Sherman

George McClellan

Robert E. LeeSlide17

Defeated Lee's troops at the Battle of Gettysburg

George McClellan

Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

George Meade

Fredrick DouglassSlide18

Delivered Emancipation Proclamation

William Lloyd Garrison

Abraham Lincoln

John C. Calhoun

Dred

ScottSlide19

Families on small Southern Farms

Yeomanry

Underground Railroad

Border States

Slave CodesSlide20

Who Am I?

Famous "conductor"; led 300 to freedom

Fredrick Douglass

Abraham Lincoln

Harriet Tubman

John BowenSlide21

Famous union General that destroyed the city of Atlanta on his "march to the

sea”

Yeomanry

Abraham Lincoln

Sherman

Fredrick DouglassSlide22

Federal fort located in South Carolina; the surrender essentially started the Civil War

Shiloh

Fort Sumter

Appomattox Courthouse

VicksburgSlide23

Founded The Liberator; supports emancipation

William Lloyd Garrison

Clara Barton

Sherman

Fredrick DouglassSlide24

Freeing of enslaved persons

Sectionalism

Compromise of 1850

Emancipation

Fugitive Slave ActSlide25

General who helped the Confederates win the First Battle of Bull Run; shot by another rebel

Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

William Tecumseh Sherman

John Wilkes Booth

Clara BartonSlide26

Who Am I?

I was a popular religious leader among my fellow slaves. On August 21, 1831, I along with my followers, killed my master and his family. We murdered family after family until about 60 whites were dead.

Dred

Scott

John Bowen

Nat Turner

Fredrick DouglassSlide27

In 1854, this repealed the ban on slavery north of the Missouri Compromise line

Compromise of 1850

Fugitive Slave Act

Kansas-Nebraska Act

SectionalismSlide28

Laws that denied enslaved Africans most of their rights

Yeomanry

Underground Railroad

Overseer

Slave CodesSlide29

Who Am I?

In the 1830s an army doctor bought me in Missouri. The doctor moved with his household to Illinois, a free state. Later the family returned to Missouri where he passed away. I was sued for my freedom.

Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

Nat Turner

Dred

Scott

Clara BartonSlide30

Lee's surrender here officially ended the Civil War

Appomattox Courthouse

Shiloh

Vicksburg

AtlantaSlide31

Ulysses S. Grant led the Union victory here. However, the victory did come

with

a cost, they suffered 13,000 casualties.

Appomattox Courthouse

Shiloh

Vicksburg

AtlantaSlide32

Mandated harsh penalties for those who assisted runaway slaves

Kansas-Nebraska Act

Fugitive Slave Act

Compromise of 1850

SectionalismSlide33

Meade and the Union defeated Lee and the Confederate here; the turning point of the war

Fort Sumter

Richmond

Gettysburg

AntietamSlide34

Much of this place was burned to the ground, and the Yankees then marched on to the sea

Washington, D.C.

Richmond

Antietam

AtlantaSlide35

Official surrender of Robert E. Lee to Ulysses S. Grant occurred at Appomattox Court House which is in which state

Florida

Virginia

West Virginia

North CarolinaSlide36

Rejected Lincoln's offer to lead the Union armies and took command of Confederate forces in Virginia

Robert E. Lee

Clara Barton

Ulysses S. Grant

George MeadeSlide37

Rivalry based on the special interests of different areas

Sectionalism

Emancipation

Secede

Compromise of 1850Slide38

Series of houses where "conductors" hid runaway slaves

Slave Codes

Overseer

Underground Railroad

AtlantaSlide39

Who Am I?

South Carolina Senator; warned the South would secede

John C. Calhoun

William Lloyd Garrison

Fredrick Douglass

John BowenSlide40

Sued for his freedom because his master had taken him to free territory; unfortunately, he wasn't a citizen

John C. Calhoun

George McClellan

Clara Barton

Dred

ScotSlide41

The capital of the Confederacy

Richmond

Washington, D.C.

Vicksburg

AtlantaSlide42

The direct supervisor of enslaved workers

Cotton Gin

Border States

Overseer

Dred

ScotSlide43

Who Am I?

I was a fanatical abolitionist from the Northeast. I went to Kansas with my 5 sons to join antislavery forces. We murdered 5 proslavery settlers. Years later, along with 18 followers, we invaded Harpers Ferry, Virginia.

John Brown

Willima

Lloyd Garrison

Fredrick Douglass

John BowenSlide44

The Federal capital

Richmond

Virginia

Washington, D.C.

AtlantaSlide45

The right to vote

Union

Suffrage

Confederacy

Emancipatio

nSlide46

The states along the line that divided the Union and Confederacy

Overseer

Slave Codes

Yeomanry

Border StatesSlide47

This battle ended in a draw; known as the bloodiest single day of the war

Antietam

Richmond

Vicksburg

Appomattox CourthouseSlide48

This siege split the Confederacy in half and gave the Union control of the Mississippi River

Vicksburg

Fort Sumter

Washington, D.C.

AntietamSlide49

Union General nicknamed "Unconditional Surrender"

Robert E. Lee

George Meade

Ulysses S. Grant

George McClellanSlide50

Union General who gained control of the Mississippi with a victory at Vicksburg

William Tecumseh Sherman

Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson

Ulysses S. Grant

John Wilkes BoothSlide51

Union set up along the waterways that cut off the south access to supplies and resources

Blockade

Suffrage

Farragut

Border StatesSlide52

Winner at the 1st Battle of Bull Run

Union

Suffrage

Confederacy

Border StatesSlide53

Withdraw from a large political body

Blockade

Suffrage

Confederacy

Secede Slide54

Name the two ironclad ships that changed naval warfare and battled to a draw at Hampton Roads

Merrimack and MonitorSlide55

Which sate was not a border state – state along the line that divided the Union and Confederacy?

Illinois

Maryland

Kentucky

MissouriSlide56

Which state was

NOT

in the Union?

Pennsylvania

Virginia

Ohio

New JerseySlide57

Which state was

NOT

in the Confederacy?

Arkansas

North Carolina

Tennessee

IllinoisSlide58

Which state was

NOT

a border state?

New Jersey

Maryland

Delaware

MissouriSlide59

What term can be defined as “the right to vote”

Emancipation

Secede

Suffrage

ProclamationSlide60

Who started the American Red Cross?

Susan B. Anthony

Clara Barton

Sojourner Truth

Molly Pitcher

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