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Elections Native Americans Slavery & Abolition Civil WarMisc
The Compromise of 1877 signaled an end to?
No one can be kept from voting because of race, color, or former enslavement, according to the?
15 th Amendment
Who was the winner of the election of 1860?
Who did John Quincy Adams defeat in the controversial election of 1824?
Which Whig candidate defeated Martin Van Buren by depicting himself as a man of the people?
William Henry Harrison
Which tribe was forcibly relocated by means of the “Trail of Tears”?
The Indian Removal Act was passed under which president?
What treaty marked the end of the wars between the federal government and the Plains Indians?
Treaty of Fort Laramie
What animal was central to the life and culture of the Plains Indians in the 1800s?
Who was the Populist/Democrat who lost the election of 1896 to William McKinley?
William Jennings Bryan
The movement to end slavery is known as the ____ movement.
Who was the leader of the largest and deadliest slave revolt in US history?
Uncle Tom’s Cabin was written by?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
One of the most active “conductors” on the Underground Railroad was?
The provision that would have prohibited slavery in territory gained from Mexico was?
What was the stated goal of the Emancipation Proclamation?
To free slaves (in the Confederacy)
When the Civil War began what was Lincoln’s main goal?
Restore the Union
This battle (July of 1863) is often considered the turning point of the Civil War?
This woman was perhaps the most famous nurse of the Civil War?
This man lead a destructive march from Atlanta to the coast that utilized the concept of “total war”?
The inventor of a mechanical reaper that did the work of several farm workers was?
Which president was impeached during Reconstruction?
Members of this political party were known for their anti-immigrant (nativist) beliefs?
“The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here.” This quote is from what speech?
Who won the election of 1868?
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