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2 Take It to Court Colonial Documents Religion Unpopular Acts Welcome to the Party

3 Question Decision which established judicial review

4 Answer 1 – 10 Marbury v. Madison

5 Question Decision which placed the federal government above the states

6 Answer 1 – 20 McCulloch v Maryland

7 Question These colonial trials brought an end to religious zealotry and caused New Englanders to push for a fairer court system Inspiration for the play The Crucible

8 Answer 1 – 30 Salem Witch Trials

9 Question Jackson refused to enforce this decision of the Supreme Court

10 Answer 1 – 40 Worcester v. Georgia

11 Question Part of the Constitution which describes the structure, powers and responsibilities of the federal courts

12 Answer 1 – 50 Article III

13 Question Legal contract of governance signed by the Pilgrims

14 Answer 2 – 10 Mayflower Compact

15 Question Book by Thomas Paine that explained the reasons American colonists should support the Revolution

16 Answer 2 – 20 Common Sense

17 Question “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal …”

18 Answer 2 – 30 Declaration of Independence

19 Question Thrown out and replaced by the Constitution because they left the federal government too weak

20 Answer 2 – 40 Articles of Confederation

21 Question Written to encourage people to support ratification of the Constitution

22 Answer 2 – 50 The Federalist Papers

23 Question Settled Utah seeking religious freedom

24 Answer 3 – 10 Mormons

25 Question Settled Pennsylvania seeking religious freedom; ended up growing a lot of oats

26 Answer 3 – 20 Quakers

27 Question Two periods of religious revival in American history – the first in the mid 1700s and the second in the early 1800s

28 Answer 3 – 30 The Great Awakenings

29 Question Settled New England seeking religious freedom

30 Answer 3 – 40 Pilgrims

31 Question Minister John Winthrop called the Plymouth colony this in a famous sermon, emphasizing the idea that the Puritans needed to be role- models

32 Answer 3 – 50 A City on a Hill

33 Question Runaway slaves must be returned to their owners

34 Answer 4 – 10 Fugitive Slave Act

35 Question Jefferson-era law banning trade with Europe

36 Answer 4 – 20 Embargo Act

37 Question Highest tariff in American history Angered Southern farmers

38 Answer 4 – 30 Tariff of Abominations

39 Question John Adams-era law that allowed the President to kick out immigrants deemed a danger to national security and to silence critics of the government

40 Answer 4 – 40 Alien & Sedition Acts

41 Question Series of British laws designed to punish the city of Boston for the Boston Tea Party

42 Answer 4 – 50 Intolerable Acts

43 Question Political Party created to push abolition Lincoln was their first successful presidential candidate

44 Answer 5 – 10 Republicans

45 Question These pioneers of the West were “hungry” for opportunity; unfortunately they got stuck in a mountain pass and ate each other

46 Answer 5 – 20 Donner Party

47 Question Alexander Hamilton’s party

48 Answer 5 – 30 Federalists

49 Question Anti-immigration party of the mid-1800s; doesn’t sound very smart

50 Answer 5 – 40 Know Nothings

51 Question Party created to oppose “King” Andrew Jackson

52 Answer 5 – 50 Whig


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