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C HAPTER 9 Q UIZ 4 R EVIEW. The immediate result of the Chesapeake affair was The War of 1812 The Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two The Louisiana Purchase.

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1 C HAPTER 9 Q UIZ 4 R EVIEW

2 The immediate result of the Chesapeake affair was The War of 1812 The Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two The Louisiana Purchase

3 The Embargo Act

4 Which of the following events occurred last? The War of 1812 The Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two The Louisiana Purchase

5 The War of 1812

6 What advantage did the United States enjoy at the beginning of the War of 1812? A large standing army A formidable fleet American support for the war British involvement in the Napoleonic Wars

7

8 Why was the U.S.S. Constitution called “Old Ironsides”? Its sides were covered with iron Its guns belched deadly broadsides against the enemy Enemy cannonballs bounced off its oak sides It was the only American ship to win a duel against a British ship during the War of 1812

9 Enemy cannonballs bounced off its oak sides

10 During what British attack did an American general surrender his entire force without a fight? Siege of Detroit Raid on Washington Advance on New Orleans Bombardment of Fort McHenry

11 Siege of Detroit

12 The Battle of _______ was an astounding victory by a makeshift American fleet. Bladensburg New Orleans Lake Erie The Thames

13 Lake Erie

14 What well-designed fort prevented the British from capturing Baltimore? Greenville McHenry Scott Vincennes

15 McHenry

16 What city did the British capture after they won the Battle of Bladensburg? ______________

17 Washington

18 What stunning victory did Americans win against British regulars after the war was over? _____________________

19 The Battle of New Orleans

20 A) Henry Clay B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ War Hawk from Kentucky who became speaker of the House

21 A) Henry Clay

22 B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ resourceful naval captain who defeated a British fleet

23 C) Oliver Hazard Perry

24 A) Henry Clay B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ American hero of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend

25 E) Andrew Jackson

26 A) Henry Clay B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ Explorer of the Louisiana Territory

27 F) William Clark

28 A) Henry Clay B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ president who oversaw the War of 1812

29 D) James Madison

30 A) Henry Clay B) impressments C) Oliver Hazard Perry D) James Madison E) Andrew Jackson F) William Clark ___ the seizure and forcible reenlistment of deserters from the British navy

31 B) impressments

32 Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two Non-Intercourse Act Treaty of Ghent ___ the ban of all American trade with the rest of the world

33 Embargo Act

34 Macon’s Bill Number Two Non-Intercourse Act Treaty of Ghent ___ an offer to restore trade with the first warring country that lifted its trade restrictions

35 Non-Intercourse Act

36 Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two Non-Intercourse Act Treaty of Ghent ___ an offer to stop trading with the enemy of the country that first lifted its trade restrictions

37 Macon’s Bill Number Two

38 Embargo Act Macon’s Bill Number Two Non-Intercourse Act Treaty of Ghent ___ end of the War of 1812

39 Treaty of Ghent

40 True/False ______ Harrison inadvertently helped his enemy the Prophet when he asked the Indians to demand a sign.

41 True

42 ______ The United States entered the War of 1812 with almost a quarter of a million troops.

43 False

44 ______ Captain Oliver Hazard Perry once said, “Fight her ‘till she sinks, and don’t give up the ship.”

45 False


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