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Multiple-Choice Questions

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Question 1.
The first and only president of the Confederate States of America was:


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Question 2.
When the initial Confederate call for volunteers failed to produce the number of soldiers needed to fight the Union, Jefferson Davis:


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Question 3.
Worried about disloyalty in the vicinity of the nation's capital, Lincoln ordered Winfield Scott to:


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Question 4.
The US Sanitary Commission was charged with:


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Question 5.
After the tenuous Union victory at ___________, Lincoln decided that the political tides had shifted enough to warrant an Emancipation Proclamation.


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Question 6.
The Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves:


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Question 7.
The Confederate government believed that the British would quickly recognize the new nation because of:


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Question 8.
In western North Carolina, a group calling themselves the Heroes of America:


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Question 9.
Confederate commanders William Quantrill and John Singleton Mosby distinguished themselves by:


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Question 10.
Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to Ulysses S. Grant at:


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