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Question 1: Catton was born in Petoskey, ________, to George R.

Question 2: Catton received 26 honorary degrees in his career from colleges and universities across the United States, including one in 1956 from ________.
St. Olaf CollegeOberlin CollegeOhio Wesleyan UniversityGettysburg College

Question 3: Four Days: The Historical Record Of The Death Of President Kennedy (1964) - A 144 page joint work of the American Heritage Magazine and ________ on the death of the 35th U.S.
The Washington TimesUnited Press InternationalUnification ChurchInchon (film)

Question 4: Grant Takes Command (1968) — Follows Grant from the Battle of Chattanooga in 1863 through Virginia campaigns against ________ and the end of the war.
James LongstreetRobert E. LeeJ.E.B. StuartWinfield Scott Hancock

Question 5: From then until 1941, he worked for the Newspaper Enterprise Association (a Scripps-Howard syndicate), for which he wrote editorials and book reviews, as well as serving as a ________, correspondent.
Washington, D.C.AtlantaBostonPhoenix, Arizona

Question 6: Terrible Swift Sword (1963) — Both sides mobilize for a massive war effort and the story continues through 1862, ending with the ________.
Battle of AntietamBattle of GettysburgBattle of ChancellorsvilleBattle of Fredericksburg

Question 7: He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977 from ________.
Gerald FordRichard NixonRonald ReaganGeorge H. W. Bush

Question 8: Mr. Lincoln's Army (1951) — The first volume of the history of the ________, from its formation, the command of George B. McClellan, the Peninsula Campaign, the Northern Virginia Campaign, and the Battle of Antietam.
V Corps (Union Army)VI Corps (Union Army)Army of the PotomacUnion Army

Question 9: The Coming Fury (1961) — Explores the causes and events leading to the start of the war, culminating in its first major combat, the ________.
Jackson's Valley CampaignFirst Battle of Bull RunBattle of ChancellorsvilleEastern Theater of the American Civil War

Question 10: Gettysburg: The Final Fury (1974) — A slim volume on the ________, dominated by photographs and illustrations.
Eastern Theater of the American Civil WarBattle of GettysburgBattle of FredericksburgBattle of Antietam


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