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2 U.S. History Chapter 16 Review

3 A:B: Dred Scott decision Missouri Compromise #1 What ruling upset northerners because it expanded slavery into territories? C:D: Compromise of 1850 Northwest Ordinance

4 A. Dred Scott decision

5 A:B: Led to poor working conditions in factories Enabled North to exploit Native American labor #2 Webster’s main issue with the Compromise of 1850 was that it ______. C:D: Made a peaceful division of the Union impossible Assured slavery would continue in the South

6 C. Made a peaceful division of the Union impossible

7 A:B: Slavery in new territories Judicial review of slavery #3 The Dred Scott v. Sandford case helped establish a policy of ______. C:D: Abolition in southern states Federal oversight of slavery

8 A. Slavery in new territories

9 A:B: John Adams John C. Calhoun #4 Which senator spoke out against the Compromise of 1850? C:D: Cassius Clay Robert E. Lee

10 B. John C. Calhoun

11 A:B: Limiting how many freed slaves could move west Taxing slave- owning famers moving west #5 In 1820, the Missouri Compromise attempted to slow the spread of slavery in the West by _____. C:D: Not allowing slave marriages in western states Banning slavery north of the latitude line

12 D. Banning slavery north of the latitude line

13 A:B: Murder of Elijah Lovejoy Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry #6 What happened in 1859, after the Nat Turner rebellion and “Bleeding Kansas?” C:D: Underground Railroad Rebellion Dred Scott Riots

14 B. Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry

15 A:B: Abolished slavery in the Midwest Increased number of free states #7 What was a major consequence of the Dred Scott v. Sandford decision? C:D: Overturned policy of popular sovereignty Hurt relations between slave & free states

16 D. Hurt relations between slave and free states

17 A:B: Freedom of information Popular sovereignty #8 Idea that a state’s inhabitants can vote for or against slavery C:D: Manifest Destiny Mass conscription

18 B. Popular sovereignty

19 A:B: The West was more intellectual than the North Slavery was useful in agricultural economies of western states #9 Which describes a reason for slavery expanding westward? C:D: The West needed labor, so recruited freed slaves Lincoln was from the frontier and wanted to expand slavery

20 B. Slavery was useful in agricultural economies of western states

21 A:B: Concept of Manifest Destiny Creation of the railroad #10 The Republican Party was formed in opposition to the _______. C:D: Idea of popular sovereignty Spread of southern plantations

22 C. Idea of popular sovereignty

23 A:B: It forestalled the outbreak of the Civil War Free states had advantage in total # of states #11 What was a direct result of the Missouri Compromise? C:D: States went to war over slavery Slave states had advantage in total # of states

24 A. It temporarily forestalled the outbreak of the Civil War

25 A:B: Immigration reform Prohibition of alcohol #12 Harriet Beecher Stowe’s book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, advocated which of the following? C:D: Abolition of slavery Protective tariffs

26 C. Abolition of slavery

27 A:B: Monarchy would be established in new territories New territories wouldn’t need as many people to become a state #13 Senator Douglas’s bill would repeal the Missouri Compromise and introduce “popular sovereignty.” What did this mean? C:D: New states would be given Native American names Residents of new territories could allow slavery or decide against it

28 D. Residents of new territories could allow slavery or decide against it

29 A:B: Missouri Compromise Compromise of 1850 #14 Which compromise resulted in California being admitted to the Union as a free state? C:D: Rush-Bagot Agreement Compromise of 1877

30 B. Compromise of 1850

31 A:B: Nullification Federalism #15 The election results of 1860 illustrate the concept of ______. C:D: Sectionalism Republicanism

32 C. Sectionalism

33 A:B: Confederacy Union #16 “Both parties deprecated war, but one would make war rather than let the nation survive…” Based on this excerpt, who did Lincoln hold responsible for the Civil War? C:D: BritainFrance

34 A. Confederacy

35 A:B: Union of states Foreign investors #17 “I have no purpose...to interfere with … slavery in the states where it exists.” Based on this excerpt from his 1 st inaugural address, Lincoln wanted to keep what intact? C:D: Independent territories Confederate states

36 A. Union of states

37 A:B: Parliamentary democracy Absolute dictatorship #18 “…while they (constitutional questions) are entitled to … consideration in all parallel cases by all other departments of the government.” Lincoln would likely be in favor of which of the following? C:D: Separation of Powers Constitutional Monarchy

38 C. Separation of Powers

39 A:B: Foreign military conflict Southern secession #19 In 1860, Lincoln was aware of what conflict facing his new presidency? C:D: Transportation issues Economic depression

40 B. Southern secession

41 A:B: SlaveryTaxes C:D: Military Police #20 “I cannot be ignorant of the fact that many worthy and patriotic citizens are desirous of having the National Constitution amended.” During this 1 st inaugural address, Lincoln was referencing _____.

42 A. Slavery

43 A:B: BraggSumter C:D: Knox Adams #21 The Civil War officially began in 1861 when shots were fired at Fort _____.

44 B. Sumter

45 A:B: PopulistDemocrat C:D: RepublicanIndependent #22 “The Union must and shall be preserved. Free speech, free homes, free territory. Protection to American industry.” Lincoln’s campaign slogan means than he ran as a _________.

46 C. Republican

47 A:B: Let Union know South was serious about secession Build a lighthouse to help ship captains come into port C:D: Turn Ft. Sumter into a plantation worked by slaves Use Ft. Sumter to fight British naval ships #23 What was the intention of South Carolina forces when they captured the United States’ Fort Sumter in 1861?

48 A. Let Union know the South was serious about secession

49 A:B: Right to expand slavery Abolition of slavery C:D: Prohibition of alcohol Freedom of religion #24 In the 1840s, the Democratic Party contributed to the westward expansion of the US by supporting the ______.

50 A. Right to expand slavery

51 A:B: Acting on behalf of proslavery activists Violent survivalists living off the land C:D: An early urban gang movement Protesting treatment of Native Americans #25 The “Border Ruffians” terrorized those who were organizing the Missouri Territory to become a state. The Border Ruffians were ______.

52 A.Acting on behalf of proslavery activists

53 A:B: John C. Calhoun Jefferson Davis C:D: John BrownRobert E. Lee #26 Who was responsible to the antislavery incident known as “Bleeding Kansas”?

54 C. John Brown

55 A:B: Slaves were rebelling in western territories Western territories did not want any slavery C:D: Many were afraid slavery would expand across the West Western territories were in favor of slavery #27 As the U.S. expanded west, the issue of slavery became of more concern in Congress because _____.

56 C. Many were afraid slavery would expand across the West

57 A:B: TariffsSlavery C:D: Debt War #28 In 1859, John Brown conducted a raid on the armory at Harper’s Ferry to protest against which of the following?

58 B. Slavery

59 A:B: Acquisition of territory from Canada End of the Mexican War C:D: Creation of a labor union for miners Admission of California as a free state #29 Although the Compromise of 1850 resulted in the Fugitive Slave Law, it also resulted in _______.

60 D. Admission of California as a free state

61 A:B: Federal govt. to determine status of slavery in the state. Population of each state to determine status of slavery C:D: Individual county govt. to determine status of slavery State govt. to determine status of slavery in the state #30 The Kansas-Nebraska Act helped spread slavery because it allowed ______.

62 B. Population of each state to determine status of slavery in the state

63 A:B: Break down individual state constitutions Start a war among the states over tariffs C:D: Prevent any more states from entering the Union Compromise to avoid secession by any state #31 Which describes Daniel Webster’s position on the Compromise of 1850?

64 D. Compromise to avoid secession by any state

65 A:B: Slave catchers used the law to kidnap & sell back freed slaves Law taxed all African Americans who had legally gained their freedom C:D: Law required all African Americans to wear a badge indicating status Free African Americans were forced to harbor fugitive slaves #32 The Fugitive Slave Law still affected free African Americans because ______.

66 A. Slave catchers working for profit would use the law to kidnap & sell back freed slaves

67 A:B: OregonCalifornia C:D: NebraskaKansas #33 The balance of free vs. slave states set up by the Missouri Compromise was threatened by the statehood application of what state?

68 B. California

69 A:B: Slavery Prohibition Act Emancipation Proclamation C:D: Missouri Compromise Northwest Compromise of 1820 #34 The agreement that banned slavery in the northern part of the Louisiana Purchase but allowed Missouri to form as a slave state was ______.

70 C. Missouri Compromise

71 A:B: Fugitive Slave Law Antirunaway Law C:D: Protective Slave Act Slave Retrieval Act #35 This law, passed in 1850, made it illegal for people to harbor runaway slaves, even if the slaves were in free states and territories.

72 A. Fugitive Slave Law

73 A:B: Popular sovereignty Slave emancipation C:D: Manifest Destiny Indentured servitude #36 The Kansas-Nebraska Act established the concept of _______.

74 A. Popular sovereignty

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