People
People
Events
North/South
Reconstruction

100

The person who led enslaved people to freedom on the Underground Railroad.
Harriet Tubman

100

This person wrote the book Uncle Tom's Cabin, which spoke about the cruelty of slavery.
Harriet Beecher Stowe

100

The two major Union victories known as the turning points of the war were ________________.
Gettysburg and Vicksburg

100

This area contained huge farms called plantations and had more enslaved people here.
South

100

The organization set up to provide slaves with food, clothing, education, and jobs was ____________.
Freedmen's Bureau

200

This person was the most successful Northern general in the Civil War.
Ulysses S. Grant

200

This person, known for his strength, led the Confederates during the First Battle of Bull Run.
"Stonewall" Jackson

200

How did the Civil War begin?
when the Southerners attacked the Union at Fort Sumter in SC

200

This area had more people and factories and most of the people opposed slavery.
North

200

The system in the South to help keep plantations operating after slavery ended was ____________.
sharecropping

300

This person was the most successful Southern general in the Civil War.
Robert E. Lee

300

This person led the March to the Sea destroying everything in his path.
William T. Sherman

300

What was the purpose of General Sherman's March to the Sea?
to destroy everything in GA that could help the South win the war

300

Most of the people living here opposed the election of Abraham Lincoln as President.
South

300

What were Jim Crow laws?
laws that kept African Americans separate from other Americans

400

This person was the president of the Union during the Civil War.
Abraham Lincoln

400

Which abolitionist led an attack at Harpers Ferry, Virginia?
John Brown

400

Where did Lee surrender to Grant to end the war?
in a home in the town of Appomattox Court House

400

Many of the states here broke away from the Union.
South

400

What amendment ended slavery in the U.S.?
13th Amendment

500

This person was the president of the Confederacy during the Civil War.
Jefferson Davis

500

General Sherman also captured the city of Atlanta during what was known as the _______ ________.
Atlanta Campaign

500

What was the main cause of the war?
states' rights

500

The farmers here grew cotton or tobacco to make money.
South

500

The ________ Amendment protects a person's life, liberty, and property. The _____ Amendment gave all men the right to vote.
14th and 15th