Jeopardy THE CIVIL WAR Questions

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This federal fort was still under construction when attacked by the Confederacy on April 12 1861

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It was the largest as well as the westernmost Confederate state

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In July 1863 Union General George Meade defeated Robert E. Lee at this battle

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On August 5 1864 this Rear Admiral attacked Forts Morgan & Gaines which guarded the entrance to Mobile Bay

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The Battles of Bull Run were known by this name in the Confederacy

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This Union General's troops averaged 12-15 miles a day on their 1864 march to Savannah

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This state was in the Confederacy but its western region remained loyal to the Union & formed a new state in 1863

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It was the first Union fort captured by Confederate forces

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An 1860s song tells the story of The Drummer Boy of this battle site also called Pittsburg Landing

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5 days after this bloody Maryland battle Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation

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On July 11 1864 Jubal Early & his troops were dangerously close to this capital

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George Custer's brother Thomas was the only person to receive 2 of these medals during the war

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This state's 54th whose heroics are seen in the movie Glory was one of the first black regiments from the North

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Joe Wheeler was the only Confederate leader to put a stumbling block in this man's march to the sea

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The Battle Above the Clouds was fought on this Tennessee mountain with a good view

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In 1864 he organized a conspiracy to abduct Lincoln; it didn't work so he came up with a cunning new plan

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Robert E. Lee called Gen. James Longstreet his Old War this

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The Harpers Ferry National Historical Park includes a museum named for this Civil War figure

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Confederate general George Randolph a grandson of this president was born & buried at Monticello

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After losing the presidential election in 1856 this explorer became a major general in the Union army

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On March 12 1864 he was promoted to commander of all Union forces

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During the war this former slave & Underground Railroad conductor was a spy for the Union in South Carolina

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This Jayhawk State reportedly sent the greatest percentage of its male citizens to the Union army

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It was the easternmost of the 23 Union states

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This Confederate vice president was called Little Ellick due to his small size...90 pounds to be precise

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