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1 Which correctly shows the early Native American cultures from oldest to most recent? a.Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian b.Archaic, Woodland, Paleo, Mississippian c. Paleo, Woodland, Archaic, Mississippian d. Archaic, Paleo, Mississippian, Woodland

2 Which correctly shows the early Native American cultures from oldest to most recent? a.Paleo, Archaic, Woodland, Mississippian b.Archaic, Woodland, Paleo, Mississippian c. Paleo, Woodland, Archaic, Mississippian d. Archaic, Paleo, Mississippian, Woodland

3 Which was a reason for the king wanting to create the colony of GA? a.To create a balanced trading policy b.To serve as a buffer colony c.Neither a nor b d.Both a and b

4 Which was a reason for the king wanting to create the colony of GA? a.To create a balanced trading policy b.To serve as a buffer colony c.Neither a nor b d.Both a and b

5 Which is NOT true regarding the Charter of 1732? a.It did not allow Catholics to settle in GA b.Blacks were forbidden to enter GA c.Trustees could not own land or hold political office d.It gave GA power to control itself

6 Which is NOT true regarding the Charter of 1732? a.It did not allow Catholics to settle in GA b.Blacks were forbidden to enter GA c.Trustees could not own land or hold political office d.It gave GA power to control itself

7 The Salzburgers, led by John Martin Bolzius, came to GA to: a.Escape religious persecution b.Serve out terms for misconduct c.Discover new financial opportunities d.Lead the armed forces for Oglethorpe

8 The Salzburgers, led by John Martin Bolzius, came to GA to: a.Escape religious persecution b.Serve out terms for misconduct c.Discover new financial opportunities d.Lead the armed forces for Oglethorpe

9 Which of the following is true of the Highland Scots: a.They settled in Darien, GA b.They opposed slavery c.Oglethorpe recruited them because they were good soldiers d.All of the above

10 Which of the following is true of the Highland Scots: a.They settled in Darien, GA b.They opposed slavery c.Oglethorpe recruited them because they were good soldiers d.All of the above

11 Who were the malcontents? a.The trustees and their families b.People who were unhappy and constantly complaining c.Foreigners from Germany and Scotland d.Members of the armed forces

12 Who were the malcontents? a.The trustees and their families b.People who were unhappy and constantly complaining c.Foreigners from Germany and Scotland d.Members of the armed forces

13 What city served as GA’s capital during its period as a royal colony? a.Savannah b.Atlanta c.Augusta d.Macon

14 What city served as GA’s capital during its period as a royal colony? a.Savannah b.Atlanta c.Augusta d.Macon

15 The first three royal governors of GA in order were: a.Ellis, Reynolds, Wright b.Wright, Reynolds, Ellis c.Reynolds, Ellis, Wright d.Reynolds, Wright, Ellis

16 The first three royal governors of GA in order were: a.Ellis, Reynolds, Wright b.Wright, Reynolds, Ellis c.Reynolds, Ellis, Wright d.Reynolds, Wright, Ellis

17 What law forbid colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains? a.Intolerable Acts b.Proclamation of 1763 c.Missouri Compromise d.Emancipation Proclamation

18 What law forbid colonists to move west of the Appalachian Mountains? a.Intolerable Acts b.Proclamation of 1763 c.Missouri Compromise d.Emancipation Proclamation

19 The Proclamation of 1763 moved GA’s southern boundary to the: a.Flint River b.St. Mary’s River c.Altamaha River d.Suwanee River

20 The Proclamation of 1763 moved GA’s southern boundary to the: a.Flint River b.St. Mary’s River c.Altamaha River d.Suwanee River

21 Actions taken by the British to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party were called: a.Tea Act b.Stamp Act c.Intolerable Acts d.Navigation Acts

22 Actions taken by the British to punish the colonists for the Boston Tea Party were called: a.Tea Act b.Stamp Act c.Intolerable Acts d.Navigation Acts

23 Who was the leader of the militia at the Battle of Kettle Creek? a.Elijah Clarke b.Nathaniel Greene c.Benjamin Lincoln d.George Washington

24 Who was the leader of the militia at the Battle of Kettle Creek? a.Elijah Clarke b.Nathaniel Greene c.Benjamin Lincoln d.George Washington

25 Who was the black soldier seriously wounded at the Battle of Kettle Creek? a.Crispus Attucks b.Alonzo Herndon c.Frederick Douglass d.Austin Dabney

26 Who was the black soldier seriously wounded at the Battle of Kettle Creek? a.Crispus Attucks b.Alonzo Herndon c.Frederick Douglass d.Austin Dabney

27 What was important about George Walton, Lyman Hall, & Button Gwinnett? a.They were GA signers of the Declaration of Independence b.They were famous soldiers in the Revolutionary War c.They were famous GA governors d.They were US Presidents.

28 What was important about George Walton, Lyman Hall, & Button Gwinnett? a.They were GA signers of the Declaration of Independence b.They were famous soldiers in the Revolutionary War c.They were famous GA governors d.They were US Presidents.

29 What was the main weakness of the GA Constitution of 1777? a.It created the executive branch b.It gave too much power to the legislative branch c.It placed too much emphasis on checks and balances d.It created the judicial system

30 What was the main weakness of the GA Constitution of 1777? a.It created the executive branch b.It gave too much power to the legislative branch c.It placed too much emphasis on checks and balances d.It created the judicial system

31 What was a weakness of the Articles of Confederation? a.They couldn’t pay soldiers after the war b.They couldn’t stop the British from attacking c.They couldn’t regulate trade d.All of the above

32 What was a weakness of the Articles of Confederation? a.They couldn’t pay soldiers after the war b.They couldn’t stop the British from attacking c.They couldn’t regulate trade d.All of the above

33 William Few and Abraham Baldwin attended the Constitutional Convention, whose purpose was to: a.Sign the Treaty of Paris b.Choose the new president c.Revise the Articles of Confederation d.Draft the Declaration of Independence

34 William Few and Abraham Baldwin attended the Constitutional Convention, whose purpose was to: a.Sign the Treaty of Paris b.Choose the new president c.Revise the Articles of Confederation d.Draft the Declaration of Independence

35 What was the purpose of the headright system in GA? a.Distribute Indian land to new settlers b.Administer voting and election districts c.Establish a method of counting population d.Provide an organized system of collecting taxes

36 What was the purpose of the headright system in GA? a.Distribute Indian land to new settlers b.Administer voting and election districts c.Establish a method of counting population d.Provide an organized system of collecting taxes

37 What scandal took place when GA’s governors sold public land at low prices? a.Yazoo Land Fraud b.Trail of Tears fraud c.Land Lottery d.Mississippi Land Fraud

38 What scandal took place when GA’s governors sold public land at low prices? a.Yazoo Land Fraud b.Trail of Tears fraud c.Land Lottery d.Mississippi Land Fraud

39 Someone who believed in states’ rights would probably support which statement? a.National laws always take precedence over state laws b.The national government has no right to tell states how to run c.States could only pass laws from the US Constitution d.Disputes should always be settled by the national govt.

40 Someone who believed in states’ rights would probably support which statement? a.National laws always take precedence over state laws b.The national government has no right to tell states how to run c.States could only pass laws from the US Constitution d.Disputes should always be settled by the national govt.

41 Which is the belief that a state could vote down a federal law? a.Absolution b.Ratification c.Justification d.nullification

42 Which is the belief that a state could vote down a federal law? a.Absolution b.Ratification c.Justification d.nullification

43 The purpose of the Missouri Compromise was to maintain a balance of free and slave states. What was a result of it? a.Slavery was allowed in all states east of Missouri. b.Slavery was banned in all territories west of Missouri. c.Slavery was banned north of Missouri’s southern border. d.Slavery was allowed north of Missouri’s southern border.

44 The purpose of the Missouri Compromise was to maintain a balance of free and slave states. What was a result of it? a.Slavery was allowed in all states east of Missouri. b.Slavery was banned in all territories west of Missouri. c.Slavery was banned north of Missouri’s southern border. d.Slavery was allowed north of Missouri’s southern border.

45 Which was a result of the Compromise of 1850? a.California joined the Union as a free state. b.Slave trading ended in DC. c.Runaway slaves had to be returned to their owners. d.All of the above

46 Which was a result of the Compromise of 1850? a.California joined the Union as a free state. b.Slave trading ended in DC. c.Runaway slaves had to be returned to their owners. d.All of the above

47 Stephen Douglas passed the Kansas- Nebraska Act which: a.Admitted Missouri as a free state b.Created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska c.Permitted slavery north of Missouri d.Changed requirements to become a state

48 Stephen Douglas passed the Kansas- Nebraska Act which: a.Admitted Missouri as a free state b.Created the territories of Kansas and Nebraska c.Permitted slavery north of Missouri d.Changed requirements to become a state

49 Who called for GA to remain in the Union when other states were seceding? a.Joseph Brown b.Thomas Cobb c.Robert Toombs d.Alexander Stephens

50 Who called for GA to remain in the Union when other states were seceding? a.Joseph Brown b.Thomas Cobb c.Robert Toombs d.Alexander Stephens

51 The Freedmen’s Bureau helped former slaves and poor whites: a.Register to vote b.Adjust to their freedom c.Provided education, training, and social services d.Manage the distribution of land

52 The Freedmen’s Bureau helped former slaves and poor whites: a.Register to vote b.Adjust to their freedom c.Provided education, training, and social services d.Manage the distribution of land

53 How were tenant farmers different from sharecroppers? a.Tenant farmers owned their equipment. b.Tenant farmers usually made a small profit. c.Tenant farmers bought their seed from the owner. d.Tenant farmers usually didn’t pay rent for their houses.

54 How were tenant farmers different from sharecroppers? a.Tenant farmers owned their equipment. b.Tenant farmers usually made a small profit. c.Tenant farmers bought their seed from the owner. d.Tenant farmers usually didn’t pay rent for their houses.

55 What did the 13 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Gave blacks the right to vote d.Made blacks US citizens

56 What did the 13 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Gave blacks the right to vote d.Made blacks US citizens

57 What did the 14 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Gave blacks the right to vote d.Granted citizenship to freedmen

58 What did the 14 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Gave blacks the right to vote d.Granted citizenship to freedmen

59 What did the 15 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Granted all males the right to vote d.Granted citizenship to freedmen

60 What did the 15 th Amendment do? a.Freed the slaves b.Changed land ownership c.Granted all males the right to vote d.Granted citizenship to freedmen

61 Which was NOT a member of the Bourbon Triumvirate? a.Henry Grady b.John Gordon c.Joseph Brown d.Alfred Colquitt

62 Which was NOT a member of the Bourbon Triumvirate? a.Henry Grady b.John Gordon c.Joseph Brown d.Alfred Colquitt

63 Henry Grady, known as the “Voice of the New South,” supported: a.Northern investment in southern industry b.Southern investment in northern factories c.Southerners growing more cotton d.Sending workers north to help in their industries

64 Henry Grady, known as the “Voice of the New South,” supported: a.Northern investment in southern industry b.Southern investment in northern factories c.Southerners growing more cotton d.Sending workers north to help in their industries

65 The Populists, led by Tom Watson, was the party of the: a.Wealthy b.Abolitionists c.Small farmers d.Freed slaves

66 The Populists, led by Tom Watson, was the party of the: a.Wealthy b.Abolitionists c.Small farmers d.Freed slaves

67 What was the immediate cause of the Atlanta Riot of 1906? a.The killing of a black family b.Blacks being denied the right to vote c.The election of Hoke Smith as governor d.Fake articles of violence against whites

68 What was the immediate cause of the Atlanta Riot of 1906? a.The killing of a black family b.Blacks being denied the right to vote c.The election of Hoke Smith as governor d.Fake articles of violence against whites

69 The county unit system affected voting in GA by: a.Giving rural areas more power b.Helping blacks get more voting power c.Focusing power inside the Atlanta area d.Favoring cities where the fewest people lived

70 The county unit system affected voting in GA by: a.Giving rural areas more power b.Helping blacks get more voting power c.Focusing power inside the Atlanta area d.Favoring cities where the fewest people lived

71 Jim Crow Laws: a.Made alcohol illegal b.Promoted industry in GA c.Established “separate but equal” facilities for blacks and whites d.Gave women the right to vote

72 Jim Crow Laws: a.Made alcohol illegal b.Promoted industry in GA c.Established “separate but equal” facilities for blacks and whites d.Gave women the right to vote

73 Plessy v. Ferguson gave states the right to promote: a.Integration b.Segregation c.Equal rights d.Voting rights for blacks

74 Plessy v. Ferguson gave states the right to promote: a.Integration b.Segregation c.Equal rights d.Voting rights for blacks

75 Which was used to “disenfranchise” blacks? a.Grandfather clause b.Poll tax c.Gerrymandering d.All of the above

76 Which was used to “disenfranchise” blacks? a.Grandfather clause b.Poll tax c.Gerrymandering d.All of the above

77 How did the 19 th Amendment change voting in GA? a.It allowed blacks to vote b.It allowed women to vote c.It prevented blacks from voting d.It prevented women from voting

78 How did the 19 th Amendment change voting in GA? a.It allowed blacks to vote b.It allowed women to vote c.It prevented blacks from voting d.It prevented women from voting

79 Which was NOT a purpose of the New Deal? a.To bring about economic recovery b.To relieve the suffering of unemployment c.To improve society d.To provide loans to students

80 Which was NOT a purpose of the New Deal? a.To bring about economic recovery b.To relieve the suffering of unemployment c.To improve society d.To provide loans to students

81 How was the US involved in WWII prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor? a.It provided troops to aid Germany b.It sank German submarines c.It maintained strict neutrality with no involvement at all d.It provided lend-lease aid to Great Britain and the Soviet Union

82 How was the US involved in WWII prior to the bombing of Pearl Harbor? a.It provided troops to aid Germany b.It sank German submarines c.It maintained strict neutrality with no involvement at all d.It provided lend-lease aid to Great Britain and the Soviet Union

83 What was a major contribution of GA during WWII? a.Radar technology was developed b.Military bases were established c.Research sites developed the atomic bomb d.Hospitals trained many doctors and nurses for battle

84 What was a major contribution of GA during WWII? a.Radar technology was developed b.Military bases were established c.Research sites developed the atomic bomb d.Hospitals trained many doctors and nurses for battle

85 Richard Russell, GA’s youngest governor, was known as “Father of the:” a.Graded school b.Unified curriculum c.County school system d.School lunch program

86 Richard Russell, GA’s youngest governor, was known as “Father of the:” a.Graded school b.Unified curriculum c.County school system d.School lunch program

87 William Hartsfield is best remembered for: a.Aviation b.Business c.Education d.Tax reform

88 William Hartsfield is best remembered for: a.Aviation b.Business c.Education d.Tax reform

89 Which accomplishment was made by Ivan Allen, Jr.? a.Integrating city govt. and fire dept. b.Reducing restrictions on African American police officers c.Removing “colored” and “white” signs from Atlanta’s City Hall d.All of the above

90 Which accomplishment was made by Ivan Allen, Jr.? a.Integrating city govt. and fire dept. b.Reducing restrictions on African American police officers c.Removing “colored” and “white” signs from Atlanta’s City Hall d.All of the above

91 What was the famous controversy regarding the 1946 governor’s race? a.Ellis Arnall was impeached. b.Herman and Eugene Talmadge were on the same ballot. c.Eugene Talmadge died before taking office, and two men claimed his office. d.Carmichael got more popular votes, but Talmadge got more county unit votes.

92 What was the famous controversy regarding the 1946 governor’s race? a.Ellis Arnall was impeached. b.Herman and Eugene Talmadge were on the same ballot. c.Eugene Talmadge died before taking office, and two men claimed his office. d.Carmichael got more popular votes, but Talmadge got more county unit votes.

93 Brown v. BOE overturned Plessy v. Ferguson and ruled that: a.Schools would be segregated but kept separate b.Separate-but-equal policy was unconstitutional c.Black schools could get additional funding d.Blacks could only attend white schools if there were extra spaces

94 Brown v. BOE overturned Plessy v. Ferguson and ruled that: a.Schools would be segregated but kept separate b.Separate-but-equal policy was unconstitutional c.Black schools could get additional funding d.Blacks could only attend white schools if there were extra spaces

95 What was the purpose of the Sibley Commission? a.Study the problem of school integration b.Develop a plan for securing jobs c.Set up meetings to bring blacks and whites together d.Make recommendations for desegregation in public transportation

96 What was the purpose of the Sibley Commission? a.Study the problem of school integration b.Develop a plan for securing jobs c.Set up meetings to bring blacks and whites together d.Make recommendations for desegregation in public transportation

97 The SNCC led the Albany Movement, whose focus was to: a.End segregation in Albany public schools b.Integrate bus station waiting rooms in Albany c.Implement a “first come, first serve” basis in Albany’s schools d.Force the hiring of black bus drivers at Albany’s bus stations

98 The SNCC led the Albany Movement, whose focus was to: a.End segregation in Albany public schools b.Integrate bus station waiting rooms in Albany c.Implement a “first come, first serve” basis in Albany’s schools d.Force the hiring of black bus drivers at Albany’s bus stations

99 Who was the first African American mayor of Atlanta? a.Sam Massell b.Andrew Young c.Maynard Jackson d.Hamilton Holmes

100 Who was the first African American mayor of Atlanta? a.Sam Massell b.Andrew Young c.Maynard Jackson d.Hamilton Holmes


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