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60. General William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea” in 1864 A. attempted to avoid the civilian population. B. saw Sherman face more resistance than Grant faced to his north. C. never reached the Atlantic Ocean. D. resulted in mass starvation among Sherman’s troops. E. was designed to demoralize southerners. Answer: E
Page: 339 61. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses Grant at Appomattox Court House after
Page: 340 True/False Questions 62. The Confederacy was organized before Lincoln was inaugurated. Page: 314
63. President Buchanan did not believe that a state had the legal right to secede from the Union. Page: 314
64. The Crittenden Compromise was essentially acceptable to Lincoln and the Republicans.
Page: 315 65. No additional states seceded from the Union once the war had begun.
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66. The material advantages of the South were obvious right from the start of the war. Page: 315
67. The South was committed to fighting a defensive war. Page: 315
68. Opinion about the war was more divided in the North than in the South.
Page: 315 69. The North financed the Civil War primarily by borrowing money.
Page: 318 70. To build up the Union army, Lincoln originally relied much more on volunteers in state militias than he did an increase in the regular army. Page: 318
71. Lincoln dared to fight the Civil War without a formal declaration of war, but he did not dare suspend habeas corpus. Page: 319
72. Despite being a Democrat, Andrew Johnson was selected to run with Lincoln in 1864. Page: 319
73. Charles Sumner was a “Radical Republican.”
Page: 319 74. The Emancipation Proclamation was made into law by Congress.
Page: 320 75. The Emancipation Proclamation did not apply to all of the slave states. Page: 320
76. African American mortality rates in the war were higher than that of whites. Page: 321
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77. Black fighting men captured by the Confederates were treated the same as white prisoners of war.
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