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What event led to bloodshed in Missouri after it had declared itself neutral in the war? Osceola was attacked by Jayhawkers. Nathaniel Lyon seized an arsenal for the North. The Missouri National
Guard attacked St. Louis. Baxter Springs was burned to the ground by Quantrill's Raiders.
There was a lot of debate over whether Missouri should become a slave state or not. With lots of pressure form both the north and the south, the state declared itself neutral.
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Which best describes why the Battle of Shiloh came about? a.Johnston wanted to surprise Grant before reinforcements came. b.The Union was looking to gain control of Corinth, which was thirty miles away. c.A victory would give the Union control of Western Tennessee. d.The South wanted to take the city away from the Union.
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