Questions

1-HOW MANY CONFEDERATE FLAG DESIGNES WERE THERE THROUGHOUT THE CIVIL WAR?

a-many

b-3

c-10

d-1

2-WHICH TWO AMERICAN WORLD WAR TWO GENERALS FATHER AND GRAND FATHER FOUGTH IN THE CIVIL WAR ON EITHER SIDE OF THE CONFLICT?

a-Grant and Lee

b-George S. Patten Jr, and Douglas McArthur

c-Murray Bourchier and William Slim

d-Bernard Montgomery and Dwight Eisenhower

3-WHAT WAS GENERAL GERORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTERS FAVERATE CIVIL WAR SAYING

a-Play Garryown for me

b-Please Mister Custer, I don't want to die

c-Charge

d-Come on you wolverines, lets ride to the sounds of the guns

4-HOW LONG WAS PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S FAMOUS GETTYSURG ADDRESS

a-2 and half minutes

b-3 hours

c-An hour

d-He never spoke

5-WHICH TWO CIVIL WAR BATTLE VICTORIES FOLLOWED ONE ANOTHER IN THE SAME WEEK AND WHO WON

a-First and Second Bull Run won by the Union

b-Sharpsburg and Antietam won by the Confederacy

c-Gettysburg and Vicksburg won by the Union

d-Richmond and Appromatix Courthouse won by the Confederacy

6-WHAT PART DID AUSTRALIA PLAY IN THE CIVIL WAR

a-None

b-Played a major part on the side of the Union

c-None as Australia because at the time the future states were only English Colonies, but several of the Colonies did have minor roles such as Victoria. Men from the Colonies also fought on both sides in the war.

d-The Civil War united the Colonies to form Australia in 1861

 

7-WHO WAS THE FUTURE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA WHO WATCHED THE UNION'S VICTORY PARADE IN NEW YORK CITY IN 1865 FROM THE WINDOW OF THE SECOND STOREY OF HIS GRANFATHER'S STORE

a-Woodrow Wilson

b-Theodore Roosevelt

c-Garret A. Hobart

d-Bob Hawke

8-WHICH UNION GENERAL WAS INSTUMENTAL IN DEVELOPING BASEBALL IN THE UNITED STATES DURING THE CIVIL WAR

a-Abner Doubleday

b-Ulysses S. Grant

c-George Washington

d-George Meade

9-TRUE OR FALSE-ROBERT E. LEE WAS OFFERED A COMMISSION IN THE UNION ARMY AT THE OUTBRAK OF THE WAR

 

10-NAME THE UNITED STATES SHIP THAT WAS INVOLVED IN THE INCIDENT IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN ON NOVEMBER 8, 1861, THAT COULD HAVE BROUGH EUROPEAN COUNTRIES INTO THE WAR

a-Trent

b-Galactica

c-San Jacinto

d-Ironclan

11-ARLINGTON NATION AL CEMETERY WAS OWNED BY FORMER CONFEDERATE LEADER BEFORE BEEN CAPTURED BY UNION FORCES IN 1864 AND THEIR DEAD WAS BURRIED IN THE ROSE GARDEN

a-Jeff Davis

b-JEB Stuart

c-Robert E. Lee

d-Joseph Hooker

12-WHAT WAS DAVY CROCKETT'S FINAL WORDS TO SANTA ANNA AFTER THE ALAMO HAD FALLEN

a-Nothing, he was dead

b-He begged for his life

c-He requested joingly that he would accept Santa Anna's surrender on behalf of Texas and the United States of America

d-I shall return

13-HOW MANY VERSIONS OF THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS DID PRESIDENT LINCOLN WRITE

a-Half-He started to write the address on the train and then mad eit up as he spoke

b-6-the were six versions-5 given to people and the one he used at Gettysburg

c-One-the version he spoke at Gettysburg

d-Five-he gave the five versions to five people

 

answers

1-b-There were only three major flag designs for the Confederate army however there were many variations throughout the war:2-b-Douglas McArthur, the son of General Arthur MacArthur, a hero of the American Civil War and George S. Patton Jr. the Grandson of Confederate General George S. Patton Senor:3-d:4-a:5-c-Gettysburg and Vicksburg in July (1-4) 1963:6-c:7-b-Theodore Roosevelt:8-a-Anbner Doubleday:9-True-The Union Military offered Robert E. Lee, at the time a Colonel, command of Union Forces as the Civil War was unfolding but he refused stating that even though he opposed slavery and really did not support the reasons for the war, he could not fire upon his fellow Virginians:10-c-The USS San Jacinto intercepted the RMS Trent:11-c-Robert E. Lee: 12-c-Davy Crockett jokingly as he faced the firing squad with the other survivors after surrendering, stated that on behalf of Texas and the United States, he would accept Santa Anna's formal surrender. This insulted Santa Anna who ordered them shot: 13-b-there were six versions. He wroite the famouse speech and then on request wrote a further fivce and handed them out to five people including Edward Everett, All were different.