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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Civil War Questions

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Grade 10 Civil War
Which is true about the battle between the Monitor and the Virginia?
  1. Both ships sunk.
  2. The Virginia sunk the Monitor.
  3. The Monitor sunk the Virginia.
  4. Neither ship was able to seriously damage the other.
Grade 10 Civil War
Which battle was the first between two ironclads?
  1. Hampton Roads
  2. New Orleans
  3. Vicksburg
  4. Port Royal
Grade 10 Civil War
Grade 10 Civil War
Uncle Tom's Cabin convinced many Northerners that
  1. Slaves were treated better than factory workers
  2. Slavery was necessary
  3. Slavery was wrong
  4. Slaves were well treated
Grade 10 Civil War
What problem(s) led to the Civil War?
  1. State's rights
  2. Economic reasons
  3. Slavery
  4. Both a and b
  5. All of the above
Grade 10 Civil War
Who wrote and delivered the speech "Men of Color, To Arms"?
  1. Crispus Attucks
  2. Frederick Douglass
  3. W.E.B. DuBois
  4. Harriet Tubman
Grade 10 Civil War
How long did the Harper's ferry Raid last?
  1. 12 Hours
  2. 24 Hours
  3. 36 Hours
  4. 48 Hours
Grade 10 Civil War
Grade 10 Civil War
How did the Union name battles?
  1. after geographic features
  2. after nearby towns
  3. after the lead commanders
  4. after dead soldiers
Grade 10 Civil War

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Which of the following was repealed by the Kansas-Nebraska Act?
  1. Missouri Compromise
  2. Compromise of 1850
  3. Dred Scott decision
  4. Connecticut Compromise
Grade 10 Civil War
By the 1850s, the Southern economy was dominated by
  1. Cotton production
  2. Factories
  3. Industry
  4. Large Cities
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