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Question 1: [34] Local officials were appointed in areas controlled by Confederate forces, including many ________.
Justice of the peaceJudicial Committee of the Privy CouncilMagistrates' CourtSolicitor

Question 2: However, Union General ________ ambushed the inauguration ceremony and drove the provisional government from the state for the final time.
Ulysses S. GrantGeorge Henry ThomasDon Carlos BuellWilliam Tecumseh Sherman

Question 3: [37] They finally departed on September 18,[37] and caught up with Bragg and Smith in ________ on October 2.
Louisville, KentuckyLexington, KentuckyFrankfort, KentuckyBowling Green, Kentucky

Question 4: In his October 8 "Address to the People of Kentucky," Breckinridge declared, "The ________ no longer exists.
CanadaPhilippinesUnited StatesAlaska

Question 5: This election resulted in ________-proof Unionist majorities of 76–24 in the House and 27–11 in the Senate.
HungaryVetoUnited States CongressUnited States

Question 6: Hawes was embarrassed to admit that neither he nor anyone else seemed to know what became of approximately $45,000 that had been sent from Columbus to ________ during the Confederate occupation of Kentucky.
Memphis, TennesseeShelby County, TennesseeBartlett, TennesseeTipton County, Tennessee

Question 7: [21] Horatio F. Simrall was elected lieutenant governor but soon fled to ________ to escape Federal authorities.
Georgia (U.S. state)FloridaMississippiAlabama

Question 8: During this occupation, General ________ attempted to install the provisional government as the permanent authority in the Commonwealth.
American Civil WarUlysses S. GrantChattanooga CampaignBraxton Bragg

Question 9: Powell, Robert A. (1976). Kentucky Governors. ________: Kentucky Images.
Covington, KentuckyLouisville, KentuckyFrankfort, KentuckyPaducah, Kentucky

Question 10: Governor Magoffin called a special session of the ________ on December 27, 1860, to ask the legislators for a convention to decide the Commonwealth's course in the sectional conflict.
Kentucky General AssemblyKentucky SenateUnited States SenateUnited States Congress


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