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U.S. History Final Term Review
A:B: Runaway person Former Slave #1 FUGITIVE C:D: Skilled Worker Wanted to limit immigration
A. Runaway person
A:B: Proslavery person One who sacrifices life for beliefs #2 MARTYR C:D: Place where one is safe Government pardon
B. One who sacrifices life for beliefs
A:B: Fee paid to vote Wanted to limit immigration #3 Border Ruffian C:D: Proslavery person Organization of workers
C. Proslavery person
A:B: Born in Latin America to Spanish parents Skilled worker #4 Lowell girl C:D: Someone who invests to make a profit Worked in mills & returned home to marry
D. Worked in mills and returned home to marry
A:B: Where people meet Invests to make a profit #5 CAPITALIST C:D: Born in Latin America Assists the President
B. Invests to make a profit
A:B: Invests to make a profit Born in Latin America #6 CREOLE C:D: Assists the President Fee to Vote
B. Born in Latin America to Spanish parents
A:B: Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions Neutrality Proclamation #7 Claimed that states can judge whether a law is constitutional C:D: Judiciary Act Jay’s Treaty
A. Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions
A:B: Jay’s TreatyNeutrality Proclamation #8 Called for Britain to pay damages for seized American ships C:D: Judiciary Act Whiskey Rebellion
A. Jay’s Treaty
A:B: Neutrality Proclamation Judiciary Act #9 Called for a Chief Justice & 5 Associate Justices on the Supreme Court C:D: Whiskey Rebellion Amnesty Act
B. Judiciary Act
A:B: Neutrality Proclamation Marbury v. Madison #10 Called for a protest against taxes by backcountry farmers C:D: Whiskey Rebellion Amnesty Act
C. Whiskey Rebellion
A:B: Amnesty Act Neutrality Proclamation #11 Declared that the U.S. would not support either side in the war in Europe C:D: Marbury v. Madison Treaty of Greenville
B. Neutrality Proclamation
A:B: Battle of New Orleans Battle of Tippecanoe #12 Conflict fought after the War of 1812 had ended C:D: Battle of Lake Erie Battle of Chancellorsville
A. Battle of New Orleans
A:B: Battle of Shiloh Battle of Fredericksburg #13 Conflict that white settlers celebrated as a major victory C:D: Battle of Chancellorsville Battle of Tippecanoe
D. Battle of Tippecanoe
A:B: Battle of Lake Erie Battle of New Orleans #14 Conflict that resulted in victory despite poor preparation C:D: Battle of Chancellorsville Marbury v. Madison
A. Battle of Lake Erie
A:B: Treaty of Ghent Pinckney Treaty #15 Conflict that resulted in establishing judicial review C:D: Marbury v. Madison Amnesty Act
C. Marbury v. Madison
A:B: Battle of ShilohBattle of Bull Run #16 One of the bloodiest Civil War battles C:D: Battle of Antietam Battle of Fredericksburg
A. Battle of Shiloh
A:B: Battle of Bull Run Battle of Manassa #17 General Jackson’s last battle C:D: Battle of Fredericksburg Battle of Chancellorsville
D. Battle of Chancellorsville
A:B: Battle of Fredericksburg Battle of Manassas #18 One of the worst defeats for the Union C:D: Battle of Tippecanoe Battle of Gettysburg
A. Battle of Fredericksburg
A:B: Refuge Siege #19 Place where people meet C:D: RendezvousTrade union
A:B: RefugeAmnesty C:D: Siege Caucus #20 Place where one is safe from persecution
A:B: AmnestySiege C:D: Creole Faction #21 Attack in which enemy forces surround and try to capture a city or fort
A:B: Nominating Convention Caucus C:D: AmnestyDepression #22 Private meeting during which powerful party members pick candidates
A:B: Ku Klux KlanSharecropper C:D: CarpetbaggerScalawag #23 Term for a white southern Republican
A:B: Ku Klux KlanNominating convention C:D: DepressionAmnesty #24 Meeting of delegates from all states to choose a party’s candidates
B. Nominating convention
A:B: DepressionAmnesty C:D: RendezvousRefuge #25 Period of declining profits and lost jobs
A:B: Mudslinging Nonintercourse Act C:D: Federalism Popular Sovereignty #26 Use of insults to attack an opponent’s reputation
A:B: FreedmanSharecropper C:D: CarpetbaggerScalawag #27 Person who rented and farmed a piece of land
A:B: FreedmanSharecropper C:D: CarpetbaggerScalawag #28 Former slave
A:B: Ku Klux KlanNativist C:D: CarpetbaggerScalawag #29 Term for a northerner who went to the South after the Civil War
A:B: Amnesty ActNonintercourse Act C:D: 13 th Amendment Black Code #30 Law severely limiting the rights of freedmen
D. Black Code
A:B: Ku Klux KlanSegregation C:D: Black CodesDepression #31 Legal separation of the races
A:B: AmnestyPoll tax C:D: CaucusMajority #32 Government pardon
A:B: Spoils systemFaction C:D: Poll taxFrigate #33 Fee paid to vote
C. Poll tax
A:B: ArtisanLowell girl C:D: UnionistCapitalist #34 Skilled Worker
A:B: ConventionTrade Union C:D: CabinetScalawag #35 Organization of workers
B. Trade Union
A:B: Ku Klux KlanSegregation C:D: NativistScalawag #36 Group that wanted laws to limit immigration
A:B: CabinetFaction C:D: CaucusNullification #37 Party or group that is split because of differences
A:B: CabinetSuffrage C:D: RefugeFrigate #38 Ship that sails fast and has many guns
A:B: CabinetKitchen Cabinet C:D: Spoils SystemScalawags #39 Group of department leaders who serve the President
A:B: Nonintercourse Act Amnesty Act C:D: NeutralityNullification #40 Decision not to take sides in a war
A:B: SuffrageMajority C:D: National debtFaction #41 Right to vote
A:B: Spoils systemFaction C:D: Nullification Kitchen cabinet #42 Act of canceling a law
A:B: CabinetKitchen Cabinet C:D: Spoils SystemMajority #43 Group of unofficial Presidential advisors
B. Kitchen Cabinet
A:B: MajorityCabinet C:D: Spoils SystemSuffrage #44 Number equal to more than half
A:B: Treaty of GhentTreaty of Greenville C:D: Treaty of Guadalupe Pinckney Treaty #45 Allowed shipment of American goods on the Mississippi
D. Pinckney Treaty
A:B: Treaty of Greenville Treaty of Ghent C:D: Nonintercourse Act Amnesty Act #46 Allowed trade except with Britain and France
C. Nonintercourse Act
A:B: Amnesty Act Treaty of Greenville C:D: Treaty of Ghent Treaty of Guadalupe #47 Allowed Americans’ land claims in part of present-day Ohio
B. Treaty of Greenville
A:B: Treaty of GhentTreaty of Guadalupe C:D: Spoils SystemAmnesty Act #48 Allowed restoration of pre-War of 1812 conditions
A. Treaty of Ghent
A:B: FactionAmnesty C:D: Suffrage Government debt #49 Total amount of money that a government owes to others
D. Government Debt
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