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Q: Which foreign power took advantage of the Civil War by violating the Monroe Doctrine and invading Mexico in 1862? A. Spain B. Great Britain C. France D. Portugal
A: C. France
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User: Which foreign power took advantage of the Civil War by violating the Monroe Doctrine and invading Mexico in 1862? A. Spain B. Great Britain C. France D. Portugal

Weegy: C. France
sipichapie|Points 4905|

User: What was the main goal of Confederate diplomats in Europe? A. to secure buyers for Southern cotton B. to win recognition and support from foreign governments C. to buy as many warships as possible from Great Britain D. to hire the experienced military generals of France and Spain

Weegy: To secure buyers for Southern cotton.
interpersonal1|Points 60|

User: What was one goal of the Anaconda Plan? A. to blockade Southern ports in order to cripple the Southern economy B. to bombard Northern military camps in order to force an early surrender C. to form a military alliance with the five tribes D. to persuade Great Britain to mediate an early peace

Weegy: A. to blockade Southern ports in order to cripple the Southern economy
businesslady|Points 1123|

User: Which of the following is an example of how President Lincoln expanded presidential power? A. He asked Congress to call for 75,000 volunteers to enlist in the army. B. He disbanded the creation of military tribunals that were attempting to try those considered disloyal to the Union. C. He encouraged Congress to declare war on the CSS by ordering a blockade of the South. D. He suspended the writ of habeas corpus, imprisoning thousands of suspected Confederate sympathizers.

Weegy: The answer is D. He suspended the writ of habeas corpus, imprisoning thousands of suspected Confederate sympathizers. :)
scalter|Points 1001|

User: Which of the following was NOT a goal of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation? A. to free the slaves that were in the Confederacy B. to fulfill his lifelong abolitionist ambitions C. to keep France and England from helping the Confederacy D. to give the nation a greater focus to the war effort

Weegy: D. to give the nation a greater focus to the war effort
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: Which was the first battle of the Civil War? A. Antietam B. Bull Run C. Gettysburg D. Vicksburg

Weegy: The bloodiest single day batlle of the Civil War was the B. Battle of Antietam . en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Antietam
armageddon|Points 1025|

User: Which of the following was a CSS general? A. Brigadier General Irwin McDowell B. Major General Ambrose Burnside C. Major General George McClellan D. General Robert E. Lee

User: Which statement about the Homestead Act of 1862 is NOT true? A. It provided 200 acres of land to any person who met the requirements. B. It allowed freed slaves who were not in rebellion to own land. C. It required landowners to improve their land with farming or buildings. D. It helped to settle the western lands of the United States.

Weegy: C. It required landowners to improve their land with farming or buildings.
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: What did Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation do in 1862? A. It freed all of the slaves in the North and the South. B. It freed all slaves in any southern state not controlled by the Union. C. It freed the slaves only in the border states. D. It freed only the slaves in the Union.

Weegy: What Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation did in 1862 was: A.It freed only the slaves in the Union.
andrewpallarca|Points 21823|

User: Which of the following was NOT true about the Morrill Act of 1862? A. It benefited higher education. B. It assured education in the agriculture and mechanical fields. C. It prompted schools to focus on applied education. D. It provided land grants that could be used for any purpose.

Weegy: C. It prompted schools to focus on applied education.
jeifunk|Points 9732|

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