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Civil War/Reconstruction Test
1. All of the following were causes of the Civil War EXCEPT
a. Creation of the United States with slavery in existence
b. Rise of abolitionists
c. Black political power
d. Growing and dividing political parties
2. The 13th amendment
a. Allowed African Americans the right to vote
b. Allowed for freedom of speech
c. Instituted state courts
d. Abolished slavery
3. The Emancipation Proclamation
a. Freed all slaves
b. Freed slaves in the Confederate territories
c. Allowed slaves to fight for the Union Army
d. Allowed slaves to fight in the Confederate Army
4. Which statement best describes Civil War medicine and health care?
a. Soldiers were happy to be treated by the doctors
b. It was often described as a medical Renaissance
c. Enemy weapons caused more deaths than disease to the Civil War soldier
d. Doctors did not know that un-sterilized instruments could cause infection
5. This 3-day battle is considered by many to be a turning point in the war because
it crippled the Confederate Army bad enough that they would never again
be able to invade a northern state:
a. The victory at Gettysburg.
b. The Battle of Antietam
c. The taking of Atlanta by Sherman.
d. The siege of Vicksburg by Grant
6. All of the following are a part of the Radical Republican plan EXCEPT:
a. Giving voting rights to African Americans
b. Creation of the Freedman’s Bureau
c. The 10 % plan
d. Creation of 5 military districts in the South under Union leadership
7. Some of the advantages the North had during the war included
a. Greater populations to pull soldiers from
b. Mass production/industry
c. Food production
d. All of the above
8. All of the following were some of “Lincoln’s Problems” EXCEPT:
a. Justification of War
b. Slavery existing in the US
c. Most of the Northern States wanted to secede from the Union
d. Difficulties with Union Generals
9. The results of the election of 1860 included
a. the secession of South Carolina.
b. Lincoln winning all of the northern states and none of the Southern states.
c. Lincoln beat McClellan
d. both a and b
10. Lincoln was assassinated by
a. Lee Harvey Oswald
b. John Wilkes Booth
c. Ulysses S. Grant
d. Andrew Johnson
11. Reconstruction failed because of
a. The compromise of 1877, fading support of the North, and shifts in
political power
b. Creation of black schools
c. Implementation of black political power
d. Slavery abolished
Part II: Choose A or B for the statements or phrases most closely related
a. United States of America
b. Confederate States of America
12. Made up of states that seceded from the Union
13. Included Kentucky, Ohio, and Pennsylvania
14. Included Virginia, South Carolina, and Florida
15. Had a significantly larger population
16. Was the aggressor (or invading) nation in the war
17. Had better military leadership in the field
18. Changed Head Generals many times throughout the war
19. British textile industry relied on their raw materials
20. Had more food production
21. Majority of battles took place here
Part III: Match the following events with the correct definitions
22. The Compromise of 1877
a. A slave revolt led by John Brown
23. Harper’s Ferry
24. Sharecropping
b. Popular Sovereignty and statehood
c. Prohibited African Americans of
certain rights
25. Black Codes
d. Democrats retake control
26. Kansas-Nebraska Act
e. Landowner allows a tenant to use
the land in return for a share of the
crops produced on the land.