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QUIZ. ______ became the fourth president of the United States in 1808. A) James Monroe B) Thomas Jefferson C) James Madison D) William Henry Harrison.

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1 QUIZ

2 ______ became the fourth president of the United States in A) James Monroe B) Thomas Jefferson C) James Madison D) William Henry Harrison

3 Those who called for war with the British, like Congressman Henry Clay of Kentucky, were known as ______. A) War Hawks B) Saber Rattlers C) Warmongers D) Know Nothings

4 The Shawnee chief, ______, tried to stop the lots of Native American lands by trying to unite the native American tribes. C) Sacajawea D) Tecumseh A) Geronimo B) Pontiac

5 Which was not a reason why Jefferson’s foreign-policy was made so difficult? C) The United States had little control over the actions of foreign nations. D) Because Jefferson had allied himself with the French, the British began capturing American ships. A) American merchants were engaged in trade all over the world. B) The Louisiana purchase brought Americans into closer contact with people from other nations who had already established settlements in the West.

6 The embargo act of 1807: A) was an economic boon to Eastern manufacturers. B) was a policy failure that was harmful to Southern and Western farmers as well as Eastern merchants. C) protected American ports from English attacks. D) was a highly effective way to America to exert its authority against the warring French and English.

7 The Shawnee were ultimately defeated by the governor of the Indiana territory, ______, at the battle of Tippecanoe. A) William Clark B) William Henry Harrison C) Henry Knox D) Andrew Jackson

8 America went to war against the British on June 18, ______. A) 1814 B) 1800 C) 1812 D) 1807

9 Hoping to avoid war with France and England, Congress passed the ______, which halted trade between the United States, and Britain and France A) Navigation Acts B) Judiciary Act of 1801 C) Alien and Sedition Acts D) Embargo Act of 1807

10 Jefferson summed up his foreign- policy by stating that the United States should: A) “always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong.” B) seek the friendship of all nations, but to enter into “entangling alliances with none”. C) “never again to business with countries that support despotism and economic bribery.” D) choose clear sides, and “draw a line in the sand.”

11 Both France and England who were at war with one another, ______. A) refused to allow American ships into their harbors B) honored the neutrality of the American government C) wanted to use the United States Navy against their opponent D) placed restrictions on American trade

12 Which was not a reason why America went to war with the British in 1812: A) deep loyalty to the French for their help in the Revolutionary war. B) British support of Native American resistance. C) The impressment of US citizens. D) Interference with American shipping and trade.

13 The British would kidnap, or ______, American sailors to work on British ships. C) impress D) pay A) teach B) bribe

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15 The embargo of 1807 was an attempt by Thomas Jefferson to limit European ______. A) settlement in the Ohio Valley B) interference with US trade C) restrictions on African slave trade D) colonization of Latin America

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17 QUIZ ANSWERS

18 ______ became the fourth president of the United States in A) James Monroe B) Thomas Jefferson C) James Madison D) William Henry Harrison

19 Those who called for war with the British, like Congressman Henry Clay of Kentucky, were known as ______. A) War Hawks B) Saber Rattlers C) Warmongers D) Know Nothings

20 The Shawnee chief, ______, tried to stop the lots of Native American lands by trying to unite the native American tribes. C) Sacajawea D) Tecumseh A) Geronimo B) Pontiac

21 Which was not a reason why Jefferson’s foreign-policy was made so difficult? C) The United States had little control over the actions of foreign nations. D) Because Jefferson had allied himself with the French, the British began capturing American ships. A) American merchants were engaged in trade all over the world. B) The Louisiana purchase brought Americans into closer contact with people from other nations who had already established settlements in the West.

22 The embargo act of 1807: A) was an economic boon to Eastern manufacturers. B) was a policy failure that was harmful to Southern and Western farmers as well as Eastern merchants. C) protected American ports from English attacks. D) was a highly effective way to America to exert its authority against the warring French and English.

23 The Shawnee were ultimately defeated by the governor of the Indiana territory, ______, at the battle of Tippecanoe. A) William Clark B) William Henry Harrison C) Henry Knox D) Andrew Jackson

24 America went to war against the British on June 18, ______. A) 1814 B) 1800 C) 1812 D) 1807

25 Hoping to avoid war with France and England, Congress passed the ______, which halted trade between the United States, and Britain and France A) Navigation Acts B) Judiciary Act of 1801 C) Alien and Sedition Acts D) Embargo Act of 1807

26 Jefferson summed up his foreign- policy by stating that the United States should: A) “always be in the right; but our country, right or wrong.” B) seek the friendship of all nations, but to enter into “entangling alliances with none”. C) “never again to business with countries that support despotism and economic bribery.” D) choose clear sides, and “draw a line in the sand.”

27 Both France and England who were at war with one another, ______. A) refused to allow American ships into their harbors B) honored the neutrality of the American government C) wanted to use the United States Navy against their opponent D) placed restrictions on American trade

28 Which was not a reason why America went to war with the British in 1812: A) deep loyalty to the French for their help in the Revolutionary war. B) British support of Native American resistance. C) The impressment of US citizens. D) Interference with American shipping and trade.

29 The British would kidnap, or ______, American sailors to work on British ships. C) impress D) pay A) teach B) bribe

30 The embargo of 1807 was an attempt by Thomas Jefferson to limit European ______. A) settlement in the Ohio Valley B) interference with US trade C) restrictions on African slave trade D) colonization of Latin America


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