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Civil Homework Practice
Name:
Sec 12.1 – Union Dissolves – Answer True or False
1. To preserve the Union, Senator John J. Crittenden of Kentucky proposed the Crittenden
Compromise in December of 1860.
2. In his inaugural address, Lincoln insisted to southerners that secession was
unconstitutional.
3. Some advantages the North enjoyed over the South included a larger population, control
of a majority of the country's industry, and access to railroads.
4. President Lincoln supported the Crittenden Compromise because it allowed new
territories to decide for themselves whether to permit slavery.
5. On April 12, 1861, Union forces opened fire on Fort Sumter.
6. Another name for the Battle of Manassas is the First Battle of Bull Run.
7. The most important consequences of the First Battle of Bull Run may have been
psychological.
8. Charleston, South Carolina was chosen as the capital of the Confederacy.
9. Robert E. Lee, a huge asset to the South, had been a hero in the War of 1812.
10. American Indians and African Americans were not allowed to fight in the war.
12.2 – The North and South Face Off
1. The North's naval blockage of the southern states was called the ________.
2. The North's strategy was largely based on the ________ of the Confederacy.
3. Napoléon decided not to send troops to help the Confederacy because he was busy fighting a
war in ________ at the same time.
4. The color chosen for Union uniforms was ________.
5. During the Civil War, Mary Boykin Chesnut wrote ________ about life on the homefront.
6. The first professionally licensed female doctor in the U.S., ________, helped run the U.S.
Sanitary Commission.
7. The ________ passed the first conscription, or draft, act in American history in 1862.
8. The constitutional right of ________ is a protection against unlawful imprisonment.
9. Eventually commissioned as a captain in the Confederate army, ________ was the only
recognized female officer in the Confederate forces.
10. Somewhere between ________ boys fought in the Civil War.
12.3 – Fighting the War (Name of the person, place, or thing that is "speaking" in each sentence.)
1. "I am the famous regiment that included African American troops."
2. "My hesitancy angered President Lincoln."
3. "I refused to order my Union forces to retreat at Shiloh. And I made the right
call."
4. "Whoever controlled me controlled the Mississippi River."
5. "I am the Union general who led my men across an open field at
Fredericksburg."
6. "I led the Confederate armies at the Battle of Antietam."
7. "My own men shot me by mistake at Chancellorsville."
8. "I led an army of 13,000 Confederates at Yorktown."
12.4 – The Final Phase – Answer True or False
1. Gettysburg is the town where two Union brigades surprised a Confederate raiding party on
July 1, 1863.
2. General Joseph Johnston surrendered to General William Tecumseh Sherman at Appomattox
Courthouse.
3. President Lincoln told General Grant that his goal was for the Union army to march on
Gettysburg.
4. After capturing Atlanta, Sherman's troops set fire to large portions of it.
5. General Grant and his troops laid siege to the Mississippi River town of New Orleans for six
weeks.
6. General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Grant on April 9, 1865, at Spotsylvania Courthouse.
7. After Grant's promotion to commander of all Union forces, his troops had their first encounter
with Confederate troops at Vicksburg.
8. General Sherman gave President Lincoln the city of Savannah as a "Christmas gift."