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Chapter 9 Review MR. GIRALDO 8 th Grade U.S. History Tequesta Trace Middle 2009-2010
Checking for Understanding __ 1.the right of the Supreme Court to determine if a law violates the Constitution __ 2.forcing people into service, as in the navy __ 3.loyalty to a nation and promotion of its interests above all others __ 4.policy that government should interfere as little as possible in the nation’s economy A.laissez-faire B.impressment C.embargo D.nationalism E.judicial review F.secede Define Match the terms on the right with their definitions on the left. E B D A
Checking for Understanding Define Match the terms on the right with their definitions on the left. __ 5.an order prohibiting trade with another country __ 6.to leave or withdraw C F A.laissez-faire B.impressment C.embargo D.nationalism E.judicial review F.secede
Reviewing Key Facts What did Congress do to prevent a deadlock in presidential elections? It passed the Twelfth Amendment that requires electors to vote for the president and vice president on separate ballots.
Reviewing Key Facts How did events in Santo Domingo (Haiti) influence American expansion? The revolt in Santo Domingo was costly in terms of lives and money. The revolt was a major factor in the sale of the Louisiana Territory to the United States.
Reviewing Key Facts How did the Embargo Act of 1807 hurt the United States? It stopped American commerce with other nations.
Reviewing Key Facts Who were the War Hawks? The War Hawks were a group of Republicans in Congress from the South and West who urged war with Britain.
Reviewing Key Facts What effect did Tecumseh’s death have on Native Americans? It had a negative effect. With the death of Tecumseh, hopes for a Native American confederation died.
Critical Thinking Analyzing Themes: Government and Democracy Summarize the importance of the Marbury v. Madison decision. It established the Supreme Court’s right of judicial review, in which the judiciary branch could review the acts of other branches of government.
Critical Thinking Analyzing Information What were the boundaries of the Louisiana Territory? The boundaries of the Louisiana Territory were the Mississippi River on the east, British Canada on the north, the Oregon Country on the northwest, and Spanish territory from the southern boundary of the Oregon Country to the Gulf of Mexico west of New Orleans.
Geography and History Activity Study the maps on the following slides and answer the questions that follow.
Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama were admitted as states between 1810 and 1820. Region What three Southern states were admitted to the nation between 1810 and 1820?
Geography and History Activity Mississippi became a state in 1817. Location In what year did Mississippi become a state?
Directions: Use the map below to choose the best answer to the following question. Standardized Test Practice
Test-Taking Tip Double-check all answer choices to make sure that you have chosen the best answer. Make sure that your answer choice is supported by information on the map. Check each choice against the map. Only one is correct. Which of the following statements about the election of 1800 is true? FFederalists won Georgia’s electoral votes. GNew Hampshire supported the Democratic-Republican ticket. HConnecticut had seven electoral votes. JPennsylvania was one of the states that split its votes. Standardized Test Practice
As Lewis and Clark traveled down the Columbia River, they knew they were getting close to the ocean when they saw salmon in the river. Why? Salmon are an ocean-dwelling fish and travel only in freshwater to lay their eggs.
What is the answer? 1.Hopes for a Native American confederation died with the death of? 2.What set up regional courts? 3.Which group pressed for war with Great Britain? 4.The practice of impressment, or forcing people to serve in the navy, by which country was the target of the Embargo Act? 5.The northern border of the United States was secured by the Battle of? 6.Who burned the Philadelphia? 7.What was obtained for $15 million? 8.In which landmark case of the Marshall Court was judicial review established? 9.Which commander destroyed the British naval forces on Lake Erie? 10.Taxes on foreign imported goods are called? 11.What bans trade with another country? 12.The Twelfth Amendment to the Constitution was passed following a deadlock between ____ and ____ in the presidential election of _____.
What is the answer? 1.After what battle did Tecumseh join forces with British troops? 2.Who broadened the Supreme Court's power? 3.Henry Clay and John Calhoun were known as? 4.Who built a strong confederacy among Native Americans? 5.The election of 1800 was decided by? 6.Which French ruler had plans for empires in Europe and the Americas? 7.Who urged Native Americans to return to the customs of their ancestors? 8.The War of 1812 was ended by the? 9.A nation not involved in a conflict is practicing what type of right? 10.The Louisiana Territory was purchased from?