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Question 1: ________, who was considered to be too close politically to the previous commander, Maj.
Daniel ButterfieldJoseph HookerUnion ArmyGeorge Meade

Question 2: Much of his service involved topographical and hydrological surveys of the ________.
Lake PontchartrainPilottown, LouisianaMississippi River DeltaNew Orleans

Question 3: When Meade assumed command of the Army of the Potomac just before the ________, he asked Humphreys to be his chief of staff, replacing Maj.
Battle of AntietamBattle of GettysburgEastern Theater of the American Civil WarBattle of Fredericksburg

Question 4: ________: Charles Scribner's Sons. http://books.google.com/books?id=p63vWPULDY4C&printsec=frontcover#PPR1,M1. Retrieved 2008-12-09.
New York CityBrooklynNew York metropolitan areaManhattan

Question 5: He died in Washington, D.C., and is buried there in the ________.
Thomas JeffersonHenry ClayCongressional CemeteryJohn Quincy Adams

Question 6: He became a permanent brigadier general and ________ in 1866, a position he held until June 30, 1879, when he retired, serving during this period on lighthouse and other engineering boards.
Andrew A. HumphreysChief of EngineersUnited States Army Corps of EngineersJohn Newton (engineer)

Question 7: He served in that position through the Bristoe and Mine Run campaigns that fall, and the ________ and the Siege of Petersburg in 1864.
Union ArmyPeninsula CampaignAmerican Civil WarOverland Campaign

Question 8: ________
Battle of ChickamaugaBattle of AntietamSiege of PetersburgList of American Civil War generals

Question 9: He led the division in a reserve role in the ________.
Battle of GettysburgSeven Days BattlesBattle of AntietamBattle of Fredericksburg

Question 10: At the ________, his division achieved the farthest advance against fierce Confederate fire from Marye's Heights; his corps commander, Brig.
Battle of AntietamBattle of FredericksburgBattle of GettysburgBattle of Chancellorsville







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