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2. The Confederates were inspired to bombard Fort Sumter as a result of: a. Lincoln’s inaugural speech b. Lincoln’s decision to resupply it c. Lincoln’s invasion of Virginia d. Jefferson Davis’s aggressive mentality e. the threat it posed to the people of Charleston ANS: B REF: Page 650 OBJ: Conceptual TOP: The conflict begins (I.D)
3. All of the following were slave states that remained in the Union EXCEPT: REF: Page 650 OBJ: Factual
TOP: Secession of the Upper South (I.F) 4. Robert E. Lee joined the Confederates because he:
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b. was promised a lot of money c. had not been promoted in the U.S. Army d. was loyal to Virginia e. was asked by his friend Jefferson Davis ANS: D REF: Page 652 OBJ: Conceptual TOP: Lee joins the Confederacy (II.A) 5. When the war started, the South: REF: Page 653 OBJ: Factual
TOP: The South’s advantages (III.B) 6. At the beginning of the Civil War, the North: a. generated less farm production than the South b. had about the same extent of railroad development as the South c. produced almost 60 percent of the nation’s manufactures d. had an edge of about four to one in potential manpower e. had fewer ships and firearms than the South ANS: D REF: Page 654 OBJ: Factual
TOP: The North’s advantages (III.A) 7. After the fall of Fort Sumter, partisans on both sides hoped the war: REF: Page 655 OBJ: Factual
TOP: First Battle of Bull Run (IV.A) 8. The first real battle of the war: REF: Page 655 OBJ: Factual
TOP: First Battle of Bull Run (IV.A)

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