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1. which of the following statements describe the controversy surrounding arkanasas's decision to secede from the union select all that apply. A. secessionists wanted to immediately secede from the union. B.confederates wanted to remain part of the union. C.some groups wanted to wait to see what action president lincoln took. D.those that wanted to abolish slavery wanted to secede from the union

2. which of the following statements best describes the contribution of the leader known as the loion of the south? A.he implemented martial law. B.he led the union troops to victory in the battle of pea ridge. C.he represented a group of secessionists in the secession convention. D.he sent volunteers to assist confederate soldiers.

3. what was the significance of chalk bluff? A.it was the site of the first major battle fought in arkansas. B.it was where the last of the confederates surrendered in arkansas. C.it was the site of the deadliest shot of the civil war. D.it was the site that secured the arkansas and missouri border.

4. what were some contributions of arkansan women to the civil war efforts? select all that apply. A.tended to farms and businesses. B.served in battles in womens infantries. C.took food and supplies to soldiers. D.distracted enemy soldiers to aid in suprises attacks.

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  1. If you go to Wikipedia and do searches, you will be able to ace this. An example:
    The Battle of Chalk Bluff (also known as the Skirmish at Chalk Bluff) (May 1 – 2, 1863) was a military engagement of the American Civil War. The battle was fought near Chalk Bluff, northwest of St. Francis (present-day Clay County, Arkansas), where U.S. Brig. Gen. Wm. Vandever, commanding the Second Division of the Army of the Frontier, was repulsed in an attempt to prevent Marmaduke's Division from crossing the St. Francis River. Though a Confederate victory, Marmaduke suffered considerable casualties and his momentum had been checked, forcing him to abandon his second expedition into Missouri.[1

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