The strategies of the Crittenden Compromise included all of the following EXCEPT:
restoration of the Missouri Compromise border.
prohibition of slavery abolition in areas where it existed.
instituting felony charges to uprisings.
refusal to interfere with slave trade.
The first and only president of the Confederate States of America was:
John C. Breckenridge.
The capitol of the Confederate States of America was located in which major city?
New Orleans, Louisiana
Two states that dealt with the debate over whether to come into the union as “slave” or “free” were and .
The Confiscation Acts of 1861 and 1862 said all of the following EXCEPT:
any seized Confederate lands and property are officially the property of the Union Army.
The seizure of any slave associating with the Confederacy is legal.
extended freedom was granted to runaway slaves or slaves captured by the Union Army.
the institution of slavery as a whole was declared illegal across the United States.
The first state to secede was:
As the war became inevitable, the “Five Civilized Tribes” threw their support towards:
spilt between the two.
The famous Lincoln-Douglas debates took place as part of which event?
1860 Presidential election
1858 Illinois US Senate election
Kansas-Nebraska Act vote
The decision to go to war against the South
All of the following are considered advantages for the South at the outset of the war EXCEPT:
comfort with a harsh climate.
support of the civilian population.
easy resupply of weapons and food.
The political parties to form from anti-slavery advocates prior to the war included all of the following EXCEPT:
the Liberty Party.
the Democratic Party.
the Free-Soil Party.t
he Republican Party.
Support your opinion: could the Civil War have been avoided? After reading this unit’s materials, be sure to include the influence of at least one cultural, political, economic, or social movement on whether or not the Civil War was avoidable.