The bloodiest battle of the Civil War was the __________ in Pennsylvania.
Battle of Shiloh
Battle of Gettysburg
Battle of Fort Summer
The American Civil War was fought between the United States of America and the Confederate States of America.
Who led a raid to free slaves during the Civil War?
How many years does the American Civil War happened?
Who issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which freed the slaves in the areas of the United States?
Ulysses S. Grant
John and George Crittenden were cousins who were both generals during the war.
The Civil War began when the South Carolinians bombarded __________ in the center of Charleston harbor.
Lincoln's famous Gettysburg address was only _______ words long.
President Lincoln asked ___________ to command the Union forces, but he was loyal to Virginia and fought for the South.
Robert E. Lee
When Lincoln was elected, eleven states leave the United States and form a new country called ____________.
The Confederate States of America
Ulysses S. Grant claimed early victories at Fort Henry and Fort Donelson earning the nickname "Unconditional Surrender."
Who led the Confederates to their first major victory in the Civil War at the First Battle of Bull Run?
Approximately how many men lost their lives in the American Civil War?
Which Skirmish started the American Civil War in 1863?
Skirmish of Fort Summer
Skirmish of Sporting Hill
Skirmish of Federal
The Confederate soldiers were fighting in the Civil War to achieve a separate and independent country based on what they called “Northern institutions."