What was Lincoln's initial naval strategy?
-He wanted to attack the eastern coastal states in the south.
-He ordered a naval blockade of all ports in the South.
-He ordered ships to capture states not committed to the southern cause in order -to keep them in the Union.
-He immediately had all Union ships protect the capital of the United States.

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I'm almost positive that the answer is option B (or 2) - He ordered a naval blockade of all ports in the south.


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B. He ordered a naval blockade of all ports in the South.


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