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E. Gettysburg.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 56. The Battle of Gettysburg
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 57. In the Battle of Gettysburg, in order to reach dug-in Union forces, General George Pickett’s division had to cross
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 58. General Grant’s Union forces attacked General Lee’s Confederate forces in the month-long
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 59. In 1864, General William T. Sherman’s “March to the Sea”A. attempted to avoid the civilian population. B. saw him 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 in part to demoralize Southerners.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 60. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House after
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: Campaigns and Battles 61. President Buchanan did not believe that a state had the legal right to secede from the Union.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Secession Crisis 62. The Crittenden Compromise was essentially acceptable to Lincoln and the Republicans.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Secession Crisis 63. No additional states seceded from the Union once the war had begun.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Secession Crisis 64. The material advantages of the South were obvious right from the start of the war.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Secession Crisis 65. The North financed the Civil War primarily by borrowing money.
Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Topic: The Mobilization of the North 66. To build up the Union army, Lincoln originally relied much more on volunteers in state militias than he did on an increase in the regular army.

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