Important leaders of the Civil War

Important leaders of the Civil War

Find out which important leader during the Civil War best suits you. Is it Abraham Lincoln? Jefferson Davis? Ulysses Grant? Robert E. Lee? or Thomas "Stone Wall" Jackson?C

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Are you pro slavery, or against slavery?

Are you pro slavery, or against slavery?
Slavery should be allowed, they are essential to our economy.
Slavery is a violation of the Constitution, and is an issue to be fixed.

What role in leadership would you prefer?

What role in leadership would you prefer?
I prefer to lead an army to victory! For the Union!
The mastermind behind the actions, the president.
Leading the Confederatcy armies to success for as long as I can.
An assistant to a general, helping make decisions.

Lend your abilities to the Union or the Confederacy?

Lend your abilities to the Union or the Confederacy?
The Union
The Confederacy

Are you for or against the idea of states being able to succeed from the Union?

Are you for or against the idea of states being able to succeed from the Union?
States should not be able to succeed from the Union if they made the choice to be apart
of the United States to begin with.
States have rights too! We should be able to leave the United States any time we please!

How would you support your side in the Civil War?

How would you support your side in the Civil War?
As a general, giving instructions, forming strategies, and training troops to lead my side to
victory
As the president, I would decide the actions that would change the outcomes of the
war.
Staying by the side of a general, to help make decisions, and eventually take over the
position.

What would be one of your most memorable battles during the war?

What would be one of your most memorable battles during the war?
Making my first decision as a president and starting the Civil War, by bombing Fort Sumter
with my troops
Making my first influential debut as a general by capturing Fort Donelson in 1862
My greatest success and victory was in the Battle of Chancellorville
After gaining the position of general, leading the Shenandoah Valley Campaign
Doing my part by ending the Civil War on April 9,1865

How do you believe you will die?

How do you believe you will die?
After losing in the Civil War, I would go to prison for two years, but my death is irrelevant.
Assassinated by John Wilkes Booth while watching a play.
Die of old age after suffering through throat cancer.
Shot down by my own troops and dying of the wound several days later.
A stroke caused my death.

I declined the Union's offer to command their forces and joined the Confederate side.

I declined the Union's offer to command their forces and joined the Confederate side.
Robert E. Lee
Ulysses S. Grant
Abraham Lincoln

I was the first and only president of the Confederate states.

I was the first and only president of the Confederate states.
Jefferson Davis
Abraham Lincoln

I surrendered to Ulysses Grant.

I surrendered to Ulysses Grant.
Robert E. Lee
Thomas Stonewall Jackson

I stored my letters and documents in a hat that someone sent to me.

I stored my letters and documents in a hat that someone sent to me.
Abraham Lincoln
Jefferson Davis