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Question 1: Forrest's Cavalry Corps — ________
Union ArmyNathan Bedford ForrestAmerican Civil WarUlysses S. Grant

Question 2: The Army of Tennessee was surrendered at Bennett Place near ________ on April 26, 1865.
Apex, North CarolinaDurham, North CarolinaCharlotte, North CarolinaRaleigh, North Carolina

Question 3: In the 1864 ________, Johnston faced the combined Northern armies of Maj.
Chattanooga CampaignWilliam Tecumseh ShermanFranklin-Nashville CampaignAtlanta Campaign

Question 4: On December 15, Thomas's troops launched their attack, completely routing the Confederates in the ________, the most decisive tactical engagement of the war.
Battle of ChickamaugaBattle of Franklin (1864)Battle of NashvilleWestern Theater of the American Civil War

Question 5: ________ (Johnston, relieved/Hood)
Atlanta CampaignWilliam Tecumseh ShermanChattanooga CampaignFranklin-Nashville Campaign

Question 6: The men, who were encamped around ________ during the negotiations between Johnston and Sherman, furled their flags, stacked their arms, and received their paroles, and then headed home.
Winston-Salem, North CarolinaBurlington, North CarolinaGreensboro, North CarolinaHigh Point, North Carolina

Question 7: Following Sherman's outflanking of Johnston at the ________, forcing Johnston back on Atlanta itself, Johnston was replaced by Lt.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International AirportStone MountainChattahoochee RiverGeorgia State Capitol

Question 8: It should not be confused with the Union ________, named after the Tennessee River.
Army of the CumberlandArmy of the OhioUnion ArmyArmy of the Tennessee

Question 9: In the summer of 1863, Rosecrans began an offensive, generally known as the ________, a name taken from the Confederate headquarters at the time.
William RosecransUlysses S. GrantTullahoma CampaignAmerican Civil War

Question 10: ________, whose orders were to destroy the Army of Tennessee, with the capture of Atlanta as the secondary objective.
Henry Wager HalleckWilliam Tecumseh ShermanPhilip SheridanUlysses S. Grant







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