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People
Leading up
to the War
Laws and
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Reconstruction
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Vocabulary
This is the name that the
Southern states took on
during the war.
A 100
What is the Confederacy?
A 100
Farmers who grew crops on
land owned by someone else
and who gave some of their
crops to the landowner in
return for the use of land and
supplies.
A 200
Who are sharecroppers?
A 200
During the war, President
Lincoln suspended this which
meant that people could be
arrested without being notified of
the reason.
A 300
What is habeas corpus?
A 300
If this happens to a president,
he has been charged and
convicted of “high crimes or
misdemeanors”.
A 400
What is impeachment?
A 400
This allows a president to let
a bill expire without signing it
and without formally making
a stand against it.
A 500
What is a pocket veto?
A 500
This person was president
during the Civil War.
B 100
Who is Abraham Lincoln?
B 100
This person assassinated the
president just after the Civil
War ended.
B 200
Who is John Wilkes Booth?
B 200
This president was impeached
after the Civil War, but was
not removed from office.
B 300
Who was Andrew Johnson?
B 300
This man led the Union army
during the Civil War.
B 400
Who was Ulysses S. Grant?
B 400
This man led the Confederate
army during the Civil War.
B 500
Who was Robert E. Lee?
B 500
One of the causes of the Civil
War, which means that states
were divided against each
other.
C 100
What is sectionalism?
C 100
This was an attempt to keep
the balance of slave and free
states, which eventually led to
the Civil War.
C 200
What is the Compromise of
1850?
C 200
One of the most important
differences between the
Union and the Confederacy
during the Civil War (other
than slavery).
C 300
What is the level of
industrialization?
C 300
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C 400
This book, written by Harriet
Beecher Stowe, is considered
by some to be one of the
major causes of the Civil War.
C 400
What is Uncle Tom’s Cabin?
C 400
This was the name of the
territorial Civil War in Kansas
that was caused by a
disagreement over whether
Kansas and Nebraska should be
free or slave states.
C 500
What is Bleeding Kansas?
C 500
The 13th Amendment did this.
D 100
What is formally abolished
slavery?
D 100
The 14th Amendment did this.
D 200
What is declared all former
slaves and people born in the
United States citizens?
D 200
The 15th Amendment did this.
D 300
What is gave voting rights to
former male slaves?
D 300
This was written during the
Civil War with the intent of
freeing slaves in the
Confederate States.
D 400
What is the Emancipation
Proclamation?
D 400
This is a set of laws that
prevented former slaves from
taking advantages of all of
their rights
D 500
What are Jim Crow Laws?
D 500
Lincoln’s plan for
Reconstruction was
considered by many to be too
lenient because he didn’t
want to do this to the South.
E 100
What is punish?
E 100
President Johnson was
impeached because Congress
claimed he didn’t have the
power to do this.
E 200
What is firing the Secretary
of War?
E 200
Some groups such as this in
the South responded violently
to Reconstruction.
E 300
What is the Ku Klux Klan?
E 300
The Freedmen’s Bureau set
up more than 4,000 of these
after the war.
E 400
What are schools?
E 400
One of the reasons that
Reconstruction came to an
end.
E 500
Answers will vary.
E 500
This man was caned in
Congress because he called a
Southern Senator a “harlot for
slavery”.
F 100
Who was Charles Sumner?
F 100
Shots fired at this location in
South Carolina are the first
official shots of the Civil War.
F 200
What is Fort Sumter
(Charleston, SC)?
F 200
One of the five border states.
F 300
What is Delaware, Kentucky,
Maryland, or Missouri?
F 300
The South’s strategy in the
war was to fight a “war of
attrition”, meaning this.
F 400
What is to fight until the
other side is too tired to go
on?
F 400
The North’s strategy in the
war was to do this.
F 500
What is to starve the South
into giving up by cutting off
their resources?
F 500
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The Civil War
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This was the only city that
Sherman didn’t burn on his
“March to the Sea”.
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