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17-1 US History Quiz

Quiz by Amber Lewis

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  • Q1

    Maryland, Delaware, Kentucky, and Missouri had close ties to both the Union and the Confederacy.

    true
    false
    True or False
    300s
  • Q2

    Slavery was banned in the border states.

    false
    true
    True or False
    300s
  • Q3

    An efficient railway network was one of the South's strengths.

    false
    true
    True or False
    300s
  • Q4

    For the South, the primary aim of the war was to preserve slavery.

    false
    true
    True or False
    300s
  • Q5

    For the North, the primary goal was to preserve the Union.

    true
    false
    True or False
    300s
  • Q6

    Which was the most vital boarder state for the Union?

    Maryland

    Missouri

    Delaware

    Kentucky

    300s
  • Q7

    The South expected support from Britain and France because these two European nations relied on the South for

    rice

    cotton

    manufactured goods

    goods and services

    300s
  • Q8

    What was one of the main advantages of the South?

    belief in states' rights

    strong industries

    a larger population

    excellent military leaders

    300s
  • Q9

    From where did most Confederate and Union soldiers come from?

    coastal areas

    farms

    the far West

    cities

    300s

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