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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. What army can be split and defeated if Lee can make a rail line that would take his army southward?
2. What do soldiers do as a sign of respect and by order of General Gordon at the ceremony?
(a) Fix bayonets.
(b) Shoot guns.
(c) Stand at ease.
(d) Throw away muskets.
3. Who engage with Gordon's troops at Saylor's Creek?
(a) The Union Soldiers.
(b) The Confederate Troops.
(c) The Anarchist Leaders.
(d) The Federal Second Corps.
4. Who halts his troops while a Confederate officer rides his way under a white flag?
5. The push against Pickett near the intersection of three roads known as ________ starts out confused.
(a) Five Soldiers.
(b) Five Sisters.
(c) Five Forks.
(d) Five Brothers.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is Grant's wife?
2. What is lacking in Meade's troops that Grant says he is used to but surprises Meade when they meet?
3. What does Grant enjoy eating with his soldiers?
4. What landing do the Federal forces' heavy artillery and supply wagons take a route to after Cold Harbor?
5. What goes nowhere ecause Lincoln wants to preserve the Union?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the irony in Chamberlain's death at the time of World War I?
2. What does Lee fear about central leadership proposed in a message from Richmond?
3. How does Grant recognize Lee's hopeless situation after Lee's troops fail to burn the bridges?
4. Why is Lee worried about shifting command to Beauregard?
5. Why does Lee fail to attend the surrender ceremony?
6. How do Confederate troops show their obedience to Gordon in the surrender ceremony?
7. How does the crater become a death trap for the Federal soldiers?
8. Why is Lee disappointed that Lincoln is reelected?
9. How does Lincoln's nomination affect the Federal soldiers and their confidence in victory?
10. What is Lee forced to accept in his leadership after Jackson dies?
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