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  2. Question 1 Conscience Whigs were Northern Whigs who Opposed Slavery

  3. Question 2 The Calhoun Resolutions were important because they demonstrated The anger many Southerners felt about the issue of slavery

  4. Question 3 The original purpose of the Gadsden Purchase was to Create a route for a railroad

  5. Question 4 After the Kansas-Nebraska Act passed, Northerners headed for Kansas because They wanted to create an antislavery majority there

  6. Question 5 In 1849 thousands of people came to CA because Gold had been discovered there

  7. Question 6 By rejecting the Lecompton Constitution, Kansas voters Rejected slavery in their state

  8. Question 7 Crittenden’s Compromise proposed to Extend the Missouri Compromise line westward

  9. Question 8 The Know-Nothings were Anti-Catholic & nativist

  10. Question 9 In his inaugural speech, President Lincoln said what about slavery? He repeated his commitment not to interfere with slavery where it already existed

  11. Question 10 The Wilmot Proviso, which never passed would have what? Prohibited slavery in any territory gained from Mexico

  12. Question 11 In the Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay grouped his resolutions in pairs so that Each pair offered concessions to both sides

  13. Question 12 Lincoln wanted to prevent Maryland from seceding because if it did? Washington D.C. would be surrounded by Confederate territory

  14. Question 13 Most members of the Free-Soil Party opposed the spread of slavery because they believed what? Allowing slavery to expand would expand would make it difficult for free men to find work

  15. Question 14 The most famous conductor on the Underground Railroad was who? Harriet Tubman

  16. Question 15 The Whig Party and American Party both dissolved because why? Northern and Southern members split over the slavery issue

  17. Question 16 The Supreme Court decision in the Dred Scott case did what? Considered free soil unconstitutional

  18. Question 17 John Brown’s intention in raiding the arsenal at Harpers Ferry was to arm who? Enslaved people and begin an insurrection against slaveholders

  19. Question 18 The Confederate Constitution stated that each state was what? Independent

  20. Question 19 The caning of Charles Sumner resulted from him accusing other senators of what? Forcing Kansas into the ranks of slave states

  21. Question 20 Did Missouri secede from the Union? No

  22. Question 21 Robert E. Lee did not accept command of the Union troops because why? He could not fight against VA

  23. Question 22 In the election of 1864, candidate George McClellan promised to do what? Stop fighting and negotiate

  24. Question 23 Jefferson Davis wanted to fight a war of attrition, in which the South would do what? Avoid large battles and force the North to exhaust its resources

  25. Question 24 Why did Benjamin Grierson’s forces traveled 600 miles? To distract Confederate forces so Grant could land south of Vicksburg

  26. Question 25 Which battle was the turning point of the Civil War? Gettysburg

  27. Question 26 Citizens of the South suffered food shortages during the Civil War because why? The South’s transportation system had collapsed

  28. Question 27 The Trent Affair brought the Union close to war with what country? Britain

  29. Question 28 Was having more military colleges an advantage for the South? yes

  30. Question 29 Lincoln suspended writs of habeas corpus. As a result what could happen to a person? A person could be imprisoned indefinitely without trial

  31. Question 30 In response to the South’s treatment of African American troops, Lincoln does what? Stopped all prisoner exchanges

  32. Question 31 The prison in the South where 13,000 captured Union soldiers died was called what? Andersonville

  33. Question 32 The capture of Chattanooga was important objective for Union forces because why? They would control a major railroad running south to Atlanta

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