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Question 1.
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At the beginning of the Civil War, the North controlled percent of the nation's industrial capacity. 
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Question 2.
At the beginning of the Civil War

 
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Question 3.
Only eight percent of the Union's soliders were drafted, compared to 20 percent for the Confederacy.

   
 
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Question 4.
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strategic location north of Washington, D.C., rendered its loyalty to the Union vital. 
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Question 5.
The resources of the North exceeded those of the South in all of the following areas EXCEPT

 
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Question 6.
During the Civil War the Federal government offset its expenses with the country's first income tax.

   
 
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Question 7.
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As war fever gripped North and South, volunteers on both sides rushed to join, quickly filling the of both armies. 
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Question 8.
For most Southerners, the most important reason for fighting was

 
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Question 9.
Southerners viewed themselves as the genuine heirs of the American Revolution and the true defenders of the United States Constitution.

   
 
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Question 10.
Which of the following individuals famously stated "There can be no neutrals in war, only patriots, or tratiors"?

 
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Question 11.
The First Battle of Bull Run showed the Union that the war would not be won quickly.

   
 
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Question 12.
The fierce fighting at this location wrought unprecedented carnage, totaling more casualties than in all of the nation's wars combined up to that time.

 
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Question 13.
At the outset of the Civil War neither side had much of a navy.

   
 
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Question 14.
The Union offensive against Richmond was under the command of General

 
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Question 15.
The Union navy substantially curtailed the South's foreign trade.

   
 
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Question 16.
Emancipation of the slaves

 
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Question 17.
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At the Battle of Lee defeated Hooker's forces, even though Lee was outnumbered two to one. 
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Question 18.
General Grant was never able to capture Vicksburg.

   
 
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Question 19.
President Lincoln despised slavery and thus made the abolishment of slavery his primary war goal.

   
 
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Question 20.
During the Civil War, President Lincoln

 
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Question 21.
This decree was announced by President Abraham Lincoln in September 1862 and formally issued on January 1, 1863, freeing all slaves in all Confederate states still in rebellion.

 
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Question 22.
During the Civil War,

 
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Question 23.
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was known for performing her nursing duties in dangerous situations. 
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Question 24.
During the Civil War, the southern economy

 
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Question 25.
During the Civil War, most slaves were more intent on revenge than gaining freedom.

   
 
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Question 26.
During 1864 and 1865,

 
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Question 27.
More than 80 percent of the roughly 180,000 black soldiers and 20,000 black sailors who fought for the Union were slaves and free black men from the South.

   
 
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Question 28.
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The Amendment to the Constitution outlawed slavery. 
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Question 29.
Sherman's March

 
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Question 30.
John Wilkes Booth

 
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