Civil War - Battle of Fredericksburg
1. In what state did the Battle of Fredericksburg take place?
b. North Carolina
2. Which side won the Battle of Fredericksburg?
c. Neither side won
3. Around how long did the battle last?
a. 30 minutes
b. 2 hours
c. 1 day
d. 5 days
e. 2 weeks
4. Who was the overall commander of the Confederate Army?
a. Robert E. Lee
b. George Pickett
c. P.G.T. Beauregard
d. Nathan Forrest
e. John Mosby
5. How did the Union Army cross the river to get to Fredericksburg?
a. They swam across
b. They used canoes
c. They used floating pontoon bridges
d. They used steamships
e. They rode horses
6. True or False: The Battle of Fredericksburg was a high point of the war for the Union and a great victory for Abraham Lincoln.
7. What was the Union Army plan once they crossed the river?
a. Sneak around to attack the Confederate army from behind
b. Attack the Confederate Army at its strength
c. Dig in and wait for the Confederate army to attack
d. All of the above
e. None of the above
8. Who was the overall commander of the Union Army?
a. William Sherman
b. Winfield Scott Hancock
c. Ambrose Burnside
d. Nathaniel Banks
e. George McClellan
9. Around how many soldiers did the Union Army have at the Battle of Fredericksburg?
10. True or False: Much of the city of Fredericksburg was destroyed in the battle.
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