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25. The 54th Massachusetts Regiment was: a. proof of how well black troops could fight b. wiped out at Fort Wagner c. the North’s best cavalry unit d. notorious for a high rate of desertions e. proof of how well black and white troops could fight together ANS: A REF: Page 673 OBJ: Applied
TOP: Blacks in the military (VIII.B) 26. By the end of the war, the number of blacks serving the Union: REF: Page 673 OBJ: Conceptual
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TOP: Blacks in the military (VIII.B) 27. Slavery was ultimately eradicated by: REF: Page 674 OBJ: Factual
TOP: The Thirteenth Amendment (VIII.C) 28. The greatest number of women who served in the war did so as: REF: Page 675 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Traditional restraints on women loosened (IX.A) 29. All of the following are true of religion during the war EXCEPT: a. revivals swept both armies b. both sides claimed God’s favor c. African Americans saw the relevance of Exodus d. women became more active in churches e. Lincoln claimed to be certain of God’s purpose ANS: E REF: Page 676 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Chaplains and camp revivals (X.C) 30. Congress did all the following during the war EXCEPT: REF: Page 678 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Measures passed by Congress (XI.B) 31. The greenbacks issued by the U.S. Treasury: REF: Page 679 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Methods used in the North (XII.A) 32. By late in the war, food in the Confederacy:
c. could not be purchased with paper money d. was outrageously expensive e. was limited to vegetables ANS: D REF: Page 682 OBJ: Factual TOP: Confederate finances (XII.B)

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