VSOL 7 B and C 4th Grade

Card Set Information

Author:
TGoodman
ID:
60552
Filename:
VSOL 7 B and C 4th Grade
Updated:
2011-03-22 21:40:18
Tags:
Graham Intermediate School GIS Bluefield Virginia VSOL
Folders:

Description:
Questions about Virginia's Role in the Civil War
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user TGoodman on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Where did the Confederates fire the first shot of the Civil War?

    1.) The Capitol in Washington, D.C.
    2.) The White House
    3.) Fort Sumter
    4.) Monticello
    3.) Fort Sumter
  2. Fort Sumter is located in...

    1.) the mountains of southwest Virginia
    2.) the harbor in Charleston, South Carolina
    3.) outside Charleston, West Virginia
    4.) near Ashville, North Carolina
    2.) the harbor in Charleston, South Carolina
  3. The Civil War began on

    1.) April 12, 1859
    2.) April 12, 1860
    3.) April 12, 1861
    4.) April 12, 1862
    3.) April 12, 1861
  4. Most white Virginians supported

    1.) the Confederacy
    2.) the Union
    1.) the Confederacy
  5. True or False:

    No free African Americans supported the Confederate cause.
    FALSE

    Some felt their limited rights would best be protected by supporting the Confederate cause.
  6. TRUE or FALSE

    Most American Indians supported the Union during the Civil War.
    FALSE

    Most American Indians did not support EITHER side of the conflict.
  7. TRUE or FALSE

    Virginia was a major battleground during the four years of the Civil War.
    TRUE
  8. What is the name of the first major battle of the Civil War?

    1.) the Battle of Gettysburg
    2.) the Battle of Bull Run
    3.) the Battle of Bluefield
    4.) the Battle of Chickamauga
    2.) the Battle of Bull Run
  9. Which COnfederate General played an important role in the Battle of Bull Run?

    1.) Ulysses S. Grant
    2.) Robert E. Lee
    3.) Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
    4.) Davy Crockett
    3.) Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
  10. The following phrase was said about which Confederate General: "Look yonder! There's _________ Jackson standing like a stone wall."

    1.) Lee
    2.) Grant
    3.) Jackson
    4.) Crockett
    3.) Jackson
  11. Prior to the war, what man was asked to lead the Union Army against the Confederates, but refused to do so.

    1.) Ulysses S. Grant
    2.) Robert E. Lee
    3.) Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
    4.) Davy Crockett
    1.) Ulysses S. Grant
  12. TRUE or FALSE

    Robert E. Lee, a Confederate general, was not in favor of slavery.
    TRUE
  13. Robert E. Lee took command of the Army of Northern Virginia and defeated the Union Army at what town?

    1.) Gettysburg
    2.) Richmond
    3.) Washignton, D.C.
    4.) Fredericksburg
    4.) Fredericksburg
  14. To which general did President Abraham Lincoln give command of all the Union troops?

    1.) Robert E. Lee
    2.) Ulysses S. Grant
    3.) Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
    4.) James Hooker
    2.) Ulysses S. Grant
  15. Where was the Capital of the Confederacy?

    1.) Baltimore, Maryland
    2.) Roanoake, Virginia
    3.) Jamestown, Virginia
    4.) Richmond, Virginia
    4.) Richmond, Virginia
  16. Did the Union Army ever invade the Confederate capital of Richmond?

    1.) Yes.
    2.) No.
    1.) Yes
  17. Were all the battles of the Civil War fought on land?

    1.) Yes.
    2.) No.
    2.) No.
  18. President Lincoln used the Union Navy to ___________ the Southern ports.

    1.) bring food into
    2.) blockade
    3.) burn
    4.) create
    2.) blockade
  19. A major sea battle during the Civil War was fought between two ships the Monitor and the Merrimac. What was so special about the ships.

    1.) both ships were sailing ships.
    2.) both ships were covered in iron.
    3.) both ships used torpedos
    4.) both ships were made by the same person.
    2.) both ships were covered in iron.
  20. Where did the battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac take place?

    1.) in Baltimore Harbor
    2.) near the present day cities of Norfolk and Hampton
    3.) near Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina
    4.) on the Potomac River near Washington, D.C.
    2.) near the present day cities of Norfolk and Hampton
  21. The Merrimac was a ship in the ___________ navy.

    1.) Confederate
    2.) Union
    1.) Confederate
  22. The Monitor was a ship in the ___________ navy.

    1.) Confederate
    2.) Union
    2.) Union
  23. Who won the sea battle between the Monitor and the Merrimac?
    Neither side won. The battle was fought to a draw.
  24. The Civil War ended at_____________.

    1.) the steps of the Capitol in Washington, D.C.
    2.) at a formal ceremony in the White House.
    3.) at the Appomattox Court House.
    4.) at Monticello
    3.) at the Appomattos Court House
  25. The Civil War ended in_________

    1.) April 1864
    2.) April 1865
    3.) April 1866
    4.) April 1867
    2.) April 1865
  26. Robert E. Lee, surrendered the Army of Northern Virgina to _______________ at the Appomattox Courthouse.

    1.) Abraham Lincoln
    2.) Jefferson Davis
    3.) Ulysses S. Grant
    4.) Thomas Jefferson
    3.) Ulysses S. Grant
  27. When the Union Army began firing its artillery in their victory over the Confederacy, this Union General said, "The rebels are our countrymen again. We can best show our joy by refusing to celebrate their downfall."

    1.) Robert E. Lee
    2.) Ulysses S. Grant
    3.) Abraham Lincoln
    4.) Stonewall Jackson
    2.) Ulysses S. Grant

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview