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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. After the Federal soldiers cross James River, to whom does the command of Confederate soldiers go?
2. Who orders Chamberlain to take out the Confederate artillery?
3. Who halts his troops while a Confederate officer rides his way under a white flag?
4. What landing do the Federal forces' heavy artillery and supply wagons take a route to after Cold Harbor?
(d) Sister Veil.
5. The victory at Cold Harbor for the Confederates was the result of a ________________.
(a) Mistake on the Union side.
(b) Happy accident.
(c) Lot of planning.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who evacuated Atlanta after attempting to stop Sherman's march to the sea three times?
2. What do Lee's men begin to abandon, revealing their loss of morale?
3. What carries ammunition but no food from Richmond?
4. What is filled with explosives and blows a hole in the Confederate defense?
5. Who takes Petersburg while the Federal soldiers take Richmond?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does the battle at Fort Stedman begin initially by accident?
2. Why is Grant tempted to drink alcohol after Cold Harbor?
3. What is the technique employed to break into the Confederate line proposed by Pleasant?
4. Why does Lee believe that the statue of George Washington will remain intact during the war?
5. How does Shaara powerfully convey the death of Hill, one of Lee's leaders through a third-person point of view of an unknown officier?
6. What does Lee fear about central leadership proposed in a message from Richmond?
7. When Chamberlain rides back to the battle, how does he fool Confederate soldiers through a ruse?
8. What is Lee forced to accept in his leadership after Jackson dies?
9. What is the irony in Chamberlain's death at the time of World War I?
10. How does Lincoln's nomination affect the Federal soldiers and their confidence in victory?
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