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 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)


In the discussion of the psychological and physiological issues soldiers faced in 1864, a private in the 100th Pennsylvania wrote that he slept one night out of how many? (from Chapter 12, The Same Holy Cause)


During the discussion of primary group cohesion, a soldier in the 122nd New York wrote to his sister in response to how he kept going through all BUT WHICH of these battles? (from Chapter 6, A Band of Brothers)


During Stonewall Jackson's Shenandoah Valley campaign in 1862, some of his men fought five battles in addition to marching how many miles in a single month? (from Chapter 12, The Same Holy Cause)


While talking about religious fatalism, McPherson says that more soldiers were practical Arminians than strict __________________. (from Chapter 5, Religion is What Makes Brave Soldiers)

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