Emancipation Proclamation
Lincoln's Role
African American recruits
Glory, Glory, Hallelujah
History Jokes

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Who issued the proclamation?

Abraham Lincoln

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____ First ______ President of the United States

16th, Republican

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Who were recruited for the Union Army?

African American males

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Did the African Americans celebrate the proclamation?

Yes

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Abraham Lincoln's most iconic wear

A top hat

200

Which Confederate state was exempted from the proclamation.

Tennessee

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Who did he most famously win against? 

Stephen Douglas

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Were blacks treated as equals in the union army?

No

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"We are colored _______ soldiers" 

Yankee

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"I don't know anything" political party

The Know-nothings

300

When was the Emancipation Proclamation signed?

January 1, 1863

300

_______ > ________

The Union > Everything Else

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Why did white soldiers accept black soldiers?

they did all the work that white soldiers didn't want to do.

300

What were the slaves done with doing according to the song?

Done hoeing cotton and corn

300

Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?

At the bottom

400

What was the Emancipation Proclamation's purpose? 

Weaken Confederate states

400

Why does his term end at 1865? And by who?

Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth

400

Union Army = _______ Army 

Liberation

400

When the masters hear them yell, what kind of horn is being called?

Gabriel's Horn

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What was good about the Emancipation Proclamation?

Nothing

500

The slaves in the rebellious states were "________________"

Thenceforward and forever free"

500

Name 3 others from Top 10 Presidents of all time.

George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, Harry Truman, Woodrow Wilson, Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, John Kennedy, Dwight Elsenhower

500

What was the date when the 13th amendment ratified?

 1865

bonus :December 6th

500

Lincoln's claims were ________ in where?

Fake, in the Proclamation

500

Why didn't Stephan Douglas appeal to African American?

He was the wrong Douglas.