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Approximately how many Union and Confederate soldiers died during the Civil War?

620,000

Among the Confederacy’s advantages during the Civil War was:

its large size, which made it more difficult for the Union to conquer.

Frederick Douglass viewed the abolition of slavery as:

not the end of the nation’s work, but the beginning of a new phase of it.

In the May and June 1864 battles in Virginia (between the armies of Grant and Lee):

the Union army, despite high casualties, pressed forward in its campaign.

Monitor and Merrimac were:

ironclad ships.

The example of German immigrant Marcus Spiegel demonstrated that:

the views of average Americans evolved considerably during the course of the Civil War.

"King Cotton diplomacy" led Great Britain to:

find new supplies of cotton outside the South.

The Union’s manpower advantage over the Confederacy:

proved essential for the success of Grant’s attrition strategy.

During the Civil War, black soldiers:

helped inspire Republicans to believe that emancipation also demanded equal rights before the law.

A major part of the Anaconda Plan was:

a naval blockade of the South.

True or false, He proposed a constitutional amendment to abolish slavery immediately.

False

The Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863:

did not apply to the border slave states that had not seceded.

Rehearsals for reconstruction during the Civil War demonstrated that:

the main aspiration of former slaves was the ownership of their own land.

Lincoln spoke of "a new birth of freedom" for the nation in his:

Gettysburg Address.

During the Civil War, northern white women:

began obtaining jobs as government clerks.

True or false, They convinced Lincoln to delay issuing the Emancipation Proclamation.

False

Lincoln’s vision during the Civil War:

was that the American nation embodied a set of universal ideals rooted in political democracy and human freedom.

The 54th Massachusetts Volunteer regiment is best known as:

a regiment of free blacks who charged Fort Wagner, South Carolina.

How was Ulysses Grant received in Europe during his tour in the 1870s?

He was praised as a "Hero of Freedom."

Lincoln was hesitant to support abolition early in the war because he:

feared losing the support of the slaveholding border states within the Union.

Rehearsals for reconstruction during the Civil War demonstrated that:

the main aspiration of former slaves was the ownership of their own land.

Monitor and Merrimac were:

ironclad ships.

Lincoln’s vision during the Civil War:

was that the American nation embodied a set of universal ideals rooted in political democracy and human freedom.

In his last speech, Lincoln said what regarding postwar policy?

There should be at least limited black suffrage.

During the Civil War, northern white women:

began obtaining jobs as government clerks.

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