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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How many miles does Sheridan's cavalry stretch?
2. To what army does Chamberlain return in Northern Virginia in Chapter 3?
3. Who moves his Confederates against Warren's Federal soldiers, who are trying to hold a crossroads on the Orange Turnpike?
4. When does Lee bring his army into Virginia successfully?
5. Who may have fought with Grant in Mexico but cannot remember any distinguishing characteristics about Grant?
6. Who is the President of the Federal forces?
7. What is the first name of Grant?
8. What is Lee's horse's name?
9. What were the northern and southern troops friendly enough to barter?
10. Who attacks at Bristol Station and fails?
11. Under Lee's leadership, what had become the primary method of fighting the war?
(b) Fear mongering.
(d) Guerrilla tactics.
12. Shaara offers biographies on which of the following leaders?
(a) Lincoln, Davis, and Grant.
(b) Lee, Stuart, and Meade.
(c) Chamberlain, Ewell, and Early.
(d) Grant, Lee, and Chamberlain.
13. Where in Virginia does Lee bring his army successfully?
(a) South of Rapidan River.
(b) North of Rapidan River.
(c) North of Orange.
(d) West of Orange.
14. In what season does the Federal commander send orders to position troops after meeting with Lincoln?
15. Who brings his Federal soldiers against Hill on the Confederate left flank?
Short Answer Questions
1. What troops come out of the woods at Bristol Station and advance upon Chamberlain?
2. What does Shaara employ to illustrate the battles that led to the failure at Bristol?
3. What did Stonewall Jackson eventually die of?
4. What unorthodox practice does Meade have that shows a change of heart in Meade from bitterness to faith?
5. What is lacking in the military preparations for both the northern and southern troops in the Wilderness, making it difficult to find each other?
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