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President Lincoln’s declaration that the Union would hold on to federal property in the Southern states clearly referred to
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President Lincoln's declaration that the Union would hold on to federal property in the Southern states clearly referred to Fort Sumter.
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Despite being _______________, Robert E. Lee signed on as a Confederate General because he was __________________. a. anti-slavery / pro-Virginia c. anti-slavery / pro-secession b. anti-union / pro-slavery d. anti-secession / pro-slavery
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Despite being anti-slavery, Robert E. Lee signed on as a Confederate General because he was pro-Virginia.
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In the summer of 1862, Congress introduced a militia law that required states to draft people for military service called conscription.
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The capture of Vicksburg had given the Union control of the Mississippi River, while the victory at Chattanooga had secured eastern Tennessee and cleared the way for an invasion of a. Florida. c. Texas. b. Georgia. d. Mississippi.
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This Union general’s victories in the West cut the Confederacy in half, after they lost control of the Mississippi River. a. Lee c. McClellan b. Grant d. Johnston
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General Grant's victories in the West cut the Confederacy in half, after they lost control of the Mississippi River.
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