Research Skills For All Ages
| Group 1|
1. West Point
2. advance on all fronts, surrounding the enemy
3. 194,000 Union 214,000 Confederate
5. to become a Union state
| Group 2|
1. Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia
2. wooden ships covered with iron plates
3. George G. Meade, Union; Robert E. Lee, Confederacy
4. November 15, 1864, December 21, 1854
5. court declared that no Black could be a U.S. citizen
| Group 3|
1. Confederate troop attacked Fort Sumter in South Carolina
2. soldiers who deserted after being paid
3. North: trade, industry, manufacturing income
South: agricultural-related income
5. He hoped to break the South's will to fight.
| Group 4|
1. Fort Henry, Fort Donelson, Shiloh, New Orleans, Perryville, Sones River
2. head-on assaults
3. Lee surrendered to Grant
4. McClellan twice served the Union army as commanding officer. Lincoln
removed him because he did not use good military strategy.
5. A famous Civil War photographer
| Group 5 |
1. Ulysses S. Grant in the Battle of Fort Donelson
2. a hard biscuit eaten by soldiers
3. She wrote Uncle Tom's Cabin, an antislavery book that showed
all who read it the horrors of slavery.
4. To insure enough votes for Kansas to be a slave or a free state, settlers
from the North and South arrived to "stack" the votes in either
direction. There were many bloody battles.
5. Lincoln made the Emancipation Proclamation law.
| Group 6|
1. More could be killed because several
shots could be fired without reloading.
2. Out of many, one
3. It was horribly overcrowded, and prisoners there were neglected and
4. He lived to see Lee's surrender, but not to see the last surrender of
Confederate troops on May 26, 1865.
5. North March, 1863 South April, 1862
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Leslie M. Klish