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American History Chapter 16 sections 3, 4, and 5

name _________________________________
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Dorothea __ convinced officials to let women work as nurses and recruited large numbers of women to serve.
__ were allowed to keep their blanket and a cup when they were captured
___ won most of the battles in the beginning of the war
In March 1864, President Lincoln put General __ in charge of all the Union armies.
The Civil War affected __ as well as soldiers
President Lincoln and Jefferson Davis suspended habeas __
Grant’s critics in the North called him a __ because of the huge loss of life among his own troops—50,000 in 30 days
man could hire a __ to serve for him in the war
It was built to hold 10,000 prisoners, but by August, 33,000 were crammed into it
The highest-ranking officer in the Union navy was David __
__ riots erupted throughout the South as hungry people took to the streets
From Atlanta, Sherman’s troops burned cities and farmlands as they marched across Georgia to the Atlantic coast. This trail of destruction is known as __ March to the Sea.
__ closed during the war in some areas, especially those near the scenes of battles
__ would steal Union plans, pass along information to the confederacy, and some women disguised themselves as men and became soldiers.
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A prison camp located Elmira, New York
A Lincoln __ loss could mean an end to the war and recognition of the Confederate government as an independent country
During the war, The Union economic prospered, while the Confederacy economic __
In order to help pay for the war, the government would impose new
The __victory saved the Union
__ victories in the East were largely the result of the military leadership of? Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson
In the Civil War, for the first time, thousands of women served as __
Many schools and churches served as __ for the wounded
The invasion of __ Bay was a success, and the last Southern port east of the Mississippi was blocked
__ is a railroad center that was vital to the Confederate movement of troops and supplies
Mary Edwards Walker became the first woman army __
If a man had 20 or more __ people, he did not have to serve in the war
On January 31, 1865, Congress passed the 13th Amendment, which banned __ in the United States
More lives were lost in the Civil War than in any other conflict in __ history
Harriet Tubman a “conductor” on the Underground Railroad, also served as a __ and scout for the Union