Jeopardy THE CIVIL WAR Questions

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After this city fell April 2 1865 federal troops placed a Union flag on top of the Confederate capitol

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In 1863 Lincoln met with this orator who urged full equality for black troops

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This Confederate general with the given names James Ewell Brown was famous for his rides around McClellan

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Ezra Church & Chickamauga were among the battles fought in this state

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After moving to England this Confederate spy married her former captor lieutenant Sam Hardinge

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A century before the U.S.S. Nautilus the Confederacy had 2 of these new ships the Pioneer & the Hunley

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This July 1861 campaign in Virginia began as the Affair at Blackburn's Ford

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This grandson of the ninth president commanded troops in the Army of the Cumberland

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The eastern Union army came to be called the army of this river

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During the war this Little Women author served as a nurse for the Union

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Most of the battles in the west took place in Tennessee most in the east in this state

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Bombarded with some 4000 shells during a 34-hour stretch this fort surrendered to the South on April 14 1861

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In 1846 this Confederate general charged to the bottom of his graduating class at West Point

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In 1861 George B. McClellan became the first to take the helm of this army called Mr. Lincoln's Army

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The inmates' official daily rations at this Georgia prison were 1/4 lb. of meal and 1/3 lb. of bacon or beef

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After capturing Atlanta in September of 1864 he told its mayor War is cruelty and you cannot refine it

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The Battle of Little Round Top was one of the bloody skirmishes in this 3-day battle in July 1863

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Named for the ink color used this currency was issued in 1862 & helped pay the North's war costs

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This Confederate general's horse Traveller was originally named Jeff Davis

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2 days after the war began Union troops surrendered this South Carolina fort to the Confederates

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One objective of the Red River Campaign was the invasion of this Lone Star State

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In late 1864 this Union general vowed to Make Georgia Howl -- & he did

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On February 3 1865 Lincoln met with this Confederate vice president at Hampton Roads Virginia

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The last Stars & Bars flag of the Confederacy had this many stars; it must have been unlucky

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Gen. Buckner unconditionally surrendered Fort Donelson to this Union general

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