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TRUE-FALSE QUIZ #1
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  1. Regarding monuments to Civil War heros on horseback, the number of feet that the horse has raised indicates whether the hero died, was wounded, or lived out the War.
    True
    False
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  2. Deo Vindice - "God Favor Our Cause" was the motto on the Great Seal of the Confederacy.
    True
    False
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  3. Many Civil War battles had two names, a Southern name and a Northern name. Regarding the battles with two names, the North tended to name the battles after nearby streams or rivers (ie. Bull Run) while the South usually used the name of the nearest town or train station (ie. Manassas).
    True
    False
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  4. At times, General McClellan's tendency not to move bothered President Lincoln. In one case Lincoln is reported to have said (paraphrased), "If General McClellan is not using the army, tell him I would like to borrow it for a while."
    True
    False
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  5. "Fighting Joe Hooker" got his name from a typo in a paper. The paper meant to identify Hooker in a photograph as "fighting, Joe Hooker" but they omitted the comma and labeled the photograph "fighting Joe Hooker".
    True
    False
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  6. The battle of Shiloh or Pittsburg Landing occurred in Georgia.
    True
    False
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  7. Lee's famous "Lost Order" was found by a Union soldier shortly before the battle of Antietam (or Sharpsburg).
    True
    False
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  8. When a Civil War cannon was called a 12 pounder it was referring to the weight of the cannon barrel.
    True
    False
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  9. The fight between the naval ships, Monitor and Merrimac, was the first battle of ironclads in history. The "Monitor" was the name given to the Confederate Ironclad ship and the "Merrimac" was the name given to the Union Ironclad ship.
    True
    False
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  10. Stonewall Jackson was mortally wounded at Chancellorsville.
    True
    False
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