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Which Union general excelled at organization but was slow to act and challenged Lincoln for president in 1864?
General George McClellan
Who was the Confederate general in chief?
General Robert E. Lee
Who was the president of the United States and the first Republican to hold that office?
Who was the Union naval commander who captured lower Mississippi River area, including New Orleans?
Admiral David Farragut
Who was the Union general at the Battle of Federicksburg?
General Ambrose Burnside
Who was the president of the Confederate States of America?
Who was the Confederate genera who worked mainly under Lee but whose division produced Confederate victory at Chickamauga?
General James Longstreet
Who was the Confederate general famed for his "foot cavalry" and accidentally shot by his and was accidentally shot by his own men at Chancellorsville?
General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Who was a Union general under Grant whose policy of toal was on his " March to the Sea" embittered Southerners for generations?
General William T. Sherman
Who was the Union general who captured upper Mississippi area and became Lincoln's general in chief?
General Ulysses S. Grant
Who assassinated President Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
What was the confusion that led to a crisis of faith for some people (God's control over all events)?
What is a large bonus paid to men who joined the state militia by the state?
What law exempted any planter or overseer with more than twenty slave from having to join the war?
What is the name given to a war that involves both the military and the civilians?
Which Union general led the troops at the first Battle of Bull Run?
General Irvin McDowell
Who were the two Confederate generals at Bull Run?
Generals Joseph Johnston and P.G.T. Beauregard
Which Union general was nicknamed " Little Napoleon" because his troops loved him?
Which Confederate general became Lee's "eyes and ears" twice leading his cavalry around the Union armies and creating panic in Washington D.C.?
The purpose of a _____ is to prevent entry or exist of passengers or commerce.
What are ships specially designed to slip through a blockade?
What are little ships extended below the water line?
What was the North's focus during the " War in the West"?
controlling the Mississippi River
What general gained the nickname "unconditional surrender"?
Ulysses S. Grant
What was one of the bloodiest battles in the West?
Battle of Chickamauga