States
Battles
Politics
Generals
Economics
100

This state hosted the most Civil War battles

Virginia

100

This was the bloodiest battle of the Civil War

Antietam

100

This party was split between moderates and radicals

Republicans

100

The commanding General of the Confederate Army

Robert E Lee

100

The Southern Economy is best characterized as

Conservative Agrarian 

200

This state was the first to secede 

South Carolina

200

This battle marked the turning point of the war

Gettysburg

200

This faction supported immediate abolition

Radical Republicans

200

This General fought off Robert E Lee in 1862, but was replaced

General McClellan

200

This reduced the value of Confederate money throughout the war

Inflation

300

This state fought itself for years before the Civil War

Kansas

300

This surprising victory let the Union know the war was not going to be a short one

The first battle of Bull Run

300

This faction wanted to end the war on whatever terms were most convenient. 

Copperheads

300

This General was replaced before the first battle, but his plan was used later on

Winfield Scott

300

This- small section of White Southerners used this to control their economy and politics

Slave Power

400

This state nearly left the Union before Lincoln had their legislature arrested

Maryland

400

This battle secured Western Supply lines for the Union

Vicksburg

400

This policy on slavery was advocated for by Moderates

Gradualism

400

This General gained fame in the Western Theater, going on to lead the entire Union 

Ulysses S. Grant

400

The Northern economy was fueled by this transformation

Industrialization

500

This state was the key Western movement, and was where Jefferson Davis was once a Senator. 

Mississippi

500

Thomas Jackson was killed by friendly fire at this battle.

Chancellorsville 

500

This faction was loyal to the Union, but usually sided against Federalism

War Democrats
500

This General used total war tactics to destroy his opponents

William T Sherman

500

The Civil War was fought over

Slavery

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