Jeopardy THE CIVIL WAR Questions

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Used by both sides in the war a Napoleon was one of these booming pieces of artillery

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When the war began N.Y. was the most populous Union state & this was the most populous Confederate one

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On July 4 1863 Confederate troops formally surrendered this Mississippi River port

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In 1864 & 1865 more than 13000 Union prisoners died at this infamous prison

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Cole Younger & Frank James accompanied this Colonel when he raided Lawrence Kansas in 1863

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It was a pillar of the South's economy: in 1860 the U.S. produced 4 1/2 million bales of it

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Muzzle-loading rifles were partly replaced by weapons loaded at the rear of the barrel called this

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(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Gettysburg.) I'm on Cemetery Ridge which this man tried to take in the ill-fated charge named for him on July 3 1863

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(Jimmy is aboard a ship.) This admiral uttered the line Dam the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!

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Joseph Johnston caught his death of cold at the 1891 funeral of this union general who had accepted his surrender

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(Cheryl of the Clue crew preesnts from Gettysburg) Admitting defeat in the Battle of Gettysburg this general told his men It's all my fault..

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On April 12 1861 Fort Johnson fired upon this fort beginning the Civil War

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On May 11 1862 Confederates blew up this ironclad their won ship as they retreated from Norfolk Naval Yard

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Upon the Confederates' surrender of Vicksburg the Union gained control of this river

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It stated All persons held as slaves in states in rebellion against the U.S. shall be forever free

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About 180000 black soldiers served in the Union army; 23 won this highest military award

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Not one person was killed in the battle for this fort the first battle of the Civil War

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In addition to his march through Georgia he also marched through the Carolinas in 1865

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On the first day of this battle there was heavy fighting along Seminary Ridge

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In May 1861 the Confederacy moved its capital to this city 100 miles south of Washington D.C.

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On April 12 1861 Confederate general Beauregard attacked this fort in Charleston Harbor

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In his second inaugural address he said about slavery All know that this...was somehow the cause of the war

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The greatest battle fought in the Western Hemisphere has the address of this small Pennsylvania town

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When this general accepted Robert E. Lee's surrender at Appomattox he was wearing a mud-splattered private's coat

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In February 1861 6 Southern states founded the Confederate States of America & elected him president

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