14. Pea Ridge was the site of the largest battle fought West of the Mississippi.
15.The maremat and monitor were 2 ironclad ships who did battle off the coast of Virginia in March 1862.
16. This battle was witnessed by spectators who brought picnics and watched the fighting for entertainment? battle involving Union Army. It occurred on July 1861.
17. 23,000 people died at Antietam, which was the single bloodiest day of fighting during the Civil War. This battle occurred on September 16, 1862.
18. The Battle of Gettysburg marked the turning point in the Civil War, where the North began winning most of the battles over the South. It occurred on July 1-3, 1863.
19. In what battle was Confederate General Johnston was killed at this battle in Corinth, Mississippi and replaced by Pierre Beauregard?
20. The Civil War was fought between the years
21.) The emancipation proclamation was signed by Abraham Lincoln on January 1, 1863 and freed slaves in the Confederate States of America.
22. Lincoln gave the speech known as the Gettysburg Address on November 19, 1863 to honor the memory of people killed during this great battle to protect democracy.
23. The siege of Fort Sumter by the Confederate States of America occurred on April 14, 1861.
24. The South hoped for Europe's support during the Civil War because the South needed funding, and Europe had a good supply of cotton which did well in the economy.