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CH. 16 CLASS WORK Lesson 1
Two Very Different Sides
As you read the section, answer the questions below.
1. List the 4 border states.
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2. The location of two of the border states was extremely important. Why?
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3. What were the different goals of the North and the South at the start of the Civil War.
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SOUTH - ___________________________________________________________________
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4. What were the strategies of the North and the South at the start of the war?
NORTH - ___________________________________________________________________
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SOUTH - ___________________________________________________________________
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5. What strengths did the North and South have at the start of the war?
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Americans Against Americans -
Use your textbook to decide if a statement is true or false. If a
statement is false, rewrite the underlined portion to make it true.
6. Some families had relatives serving on both sides of the war.
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7. The North was afraid that African American soldiers would turn against whites if they were armed.
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8. Both sides thought that the war would be over quickly.
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9. The Union soldiers were sometimes called Rebels.
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10. Soldiers never had any fun in the camps.
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11. Only Union soldiers deserted the army.
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12. There were not enough medical facilities to take care of all the wounded.
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Answer Key
1. Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri
2. Missouri could control parts of the Mississippi River; Kentucky controlled the Ohio River; Delaware was
close to Philadelphia; Washington, D.C., was located near Maryland, which was also close to Richmond,
Virginia.
3. The North wanted to preserve the Union while the South wanted to be recognized as an independent nation.
4. The North’s strategy included cutting off Southern supply lines and ports and capturing Richmond, Virginia.
The South’s strategy was to fight a defensive war until the North gave up.
5. The North had a large population and more resources. The South had strong military leadership, knowledge
of the terrain where the war would be fought, and a fighting spirit.
6. True
7. False - South
8. True
9. False - Yankees
10. False - enjoyed songs, storytelling, letters from home, and baseball games
11. False - Both Union and Confederate
12. True
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