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Points Awarded 10 Points Missed 0 Percentage 100% Ch11 1. What policy regarding the service of blacks for the Confederacy was eventually agreed upon in March of 1865? A. Blacks would be enlisted, would receive the same pay as whites, but would only be freed if their owner and the state consented. B. Blacks would never serve the Confederacy. C. Only blacks who had been free in the South for more than 10 years could serve. D. Any black who wanted to fight would be allowed to. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: A 2. Why did Lincoln decide to postpone his July 1862, decision to emancipate the slaves? A. He was considering changing his mind, and allowing the South to keep their slaves. B. Members of his cabinet told him to wait for a Union victory, when the decision would not look desperate. C. His racist wife and cabinet were attempting to change his mind about emancipation. D. He wanted to wait until Great Britain entered the war on the side of the Union. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: B 3. What happened during the New York City Draft Riot of 1863? A. New Yorkers, angry about the mistreatment of slaves, massed to join the army. B. Working-class Irishmen, angry over suspected black attempts to take jobs, engaged in violence and destruction for four days, lynching blacks and burning black-affiliated businesses. C. After police beat and arrested several prominent blacks, the black community responded with violence. D. None of the above are true. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: B 4. How was the 54th Massachusetts different from the South Carolina regiments?
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A. The 54th was commanded by a black man. B. The 54th was composed mainly of free blacks, rather than slaves. C. The 54th included only black men from Massachusetts. D. All of the above are true. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: B 5. What did Harriet Tubman and Mary Elizabeth Bowser have in common about their activities during the Civil War? A. Both black women led helpful spying efforts on the Confederacy for the Union. B. Both women were influential writers for the Union cause. C.
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This note was uploaded on 06/28/2011 for the course HIS 120 taught by Professor Prof during the Spring '11 term at Parkland.

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