For Cause and Comrades: Why Men Fought in the Civil War Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


When talking about the frustrations of Union soldiers in the last two years of the war, what amount do readers learn drafted men could pay to acquire a substitute? (from Chapter 10, We Know That We are Supported at Home)


When talking about the relationships between enlisted men and their officers, McPherson notes a major from which state who visited his sick and wounded soldiers every day? (from Chapter 4, If I Flinched, I Was Ruined)


Which of the following Generals retrieved his character during the Battle of Fair Oaks? (from Chapter 4, If I Flinched, I Was Ruined)


After the battle of Chancellorville, a lieutenant in the 17th Connecticut wrote home that the captain had resigned and gone home; what was the captain's name? (from Chapter 6, A Band of Brothers)


When talking about how some soldiers' wives felt they had greater responsibility to their families than the founding fathers, a lieutenant from which regiment received letters from his wife complaining about raising three children without him? (from Chapter 8, The Cause of Liberty)

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