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2 #1  Which of the Founders favored a strong national government and a loose interpretation of the United State Constitution?  A) George Mason  B) Patrick Henry  C) Roger Williams  D) Alexander Hamilton

3 #1  Which of the Founders favored a strong national government and a loose interpretation of the United State Constitution?  A) George Mason  B) Patrick Henry  C) Roger Williams  D) Alexander Hamilton

4 #2  Conflict with Mexico became highly likely following the granting of statehood to _________.  A) Texas  B) Missouri  C) Arizona  D) Louisiana

5 #2  Conflict with Mexico became highly likely following the granting of statehood to _________.  A) Texas  B) Missouri  C) Arizona  D) Louisiana

6 #3  Which statement best describes the location of factories in New England during the early 1800s?  A) They needed to be close to coal deposits.  B) They were located next to rivers.  C) They were located in isolated areas.  D) They needed to be close to railroads.

7 #3  Which statement best describes the location of factories in New England during the early 1800s?  A) They needed to be close to coal deposits.  B) They were located next to rivers.  C) They were located in isolated areas.  D) They needed to be close to railroads.

8 #4  Texas has been absorbed into the Union in the inevitable fulfillment of the general law which is rolling our population westward.  -Democratic Review, 1845  The quotation above describes the nineteenth-century American belief in _________

9 #4  The quotation above describes the nineteenth-century American belief in _________  A) the Social Contract.  B) Manifest Destiny  C) isolationism.  D) the Monroe Doctrine

10 #4  The quotation above describes the nineteenth-century American belief in _________  A) the Social Contract.  B) Manifest Destiny  C) isolationism.  D) the Monroe Doctrine

11 #5  The Indian Removal Act (1830) relocated thousands of Cherokees from Georgia to Indian Territory for the purpose of ________________.  A) making the land available for white miners and farmers.  B) allowing the Cherokees their freedom from U.S. control.  C) obeying the Supreme Court’s order to move the Cherokee.  D) creating a wilderness area for use by white fur trappers.

12 #5  The Indian Removal Act (1830) relocated thousands of Cherokees from Georgia to Indian Territory for the purpose of ________________.  A) making the land available for white miners and farmers.  B) allowing the Cherokees their freedom from U.S. control.  C) obeying the Supreme Court’s order to move the Cherokee.  D) creating a wilderness area for use by white fur trappers.

13 #6  What led the newspapers to speak of “Bleeding Kansas” in 1856?  A) fighting between pro-slavery and anti- slavery forces.  B) attacks on job-seeking Irish immigrants  C) conflict between cattle ranchers and farmers  D) reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against Dred Scott

14 #6  What led the newspapers to speak of “Bleeding Kansas” in 1856?  A) fighting between pro-slavery and anti- slavery forces.  B) attacks on job-seeking Irish immigrants  C) conflict between cattle ranchers and farmers  D) reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling against Dred Scott

15 #7  What is one reason that the Union strategy for defeating the South included a naval blockade of Southern ports?  A) to cut the South off from its supply lines in the countries of Latin America  B) to stop Southern attempts to establish slave plantations in Cuba and Mexico  C) to prevent Southern efforts to sell cotton in Europe in exchange for war supplies  D) to deprive the South of fishing and whaling as a primary source of food

16 #7  What is one reason that the Union strategy for defeating the South included a naval blockade of Southern ports?  A) to cut the South off from its supply lines in the countries of Latin America  B) to stop Southern attempts to establish slave plantations in Cuba and Mexico  C) to prevent Southern efforts to sell cotton in Europe in exchange for war supplies  D) to deprive the South of fishing and whaling as a primary source of food

17 #8  A large percentage of the immigrant who came to the United States during the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries settled in large cities because ___________.  A) most of them lived in cities in their homelands.  B) there were fewer farms in the United States.  C) the growing industries were usually located in cities.  D) the government encouraged immigrants to settle in big cities.

18 #8  A large percentage of the immigrant who came to the United States during the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries settled in large cities because ___________.  A) most of them lived in cities in their homelands.  B) there were fewer farms in the United States.  C) the growing industries were usually located in cities.  D) the government encouraged immigrants to settle in big cities.

19 #9  Which of these groups most favored immigration to the United States between 1830 and 1850?  A) unskilled workers  B) rural farmers  C) urban nativists  D) factory owners

20 #9  Which of these groups most favored immigration to the United States between 1830 and 1850?  A) unskilled workers  B) rural farmers  C) urban nativists  D) factory owners

21 #10  During the 1830s, the development of a national two-party political system was mainly the result of ___________.  A) conflicts over the use of the Monroe Doctrine  B) debates over the National Bank and tariffs  C) disputes over the Oregon boundary  D)controversy over the Indian Removal Act

22 #10  During the 1830s, the development of a national two-party political system was mainly the result of ___________.  A) conflicts over the use of the Monroe Doctrine  B) debates over the National Bank and tariffs  C) disputes over the Oregon boundary  D)controversy over the Indian Removal Act

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24 #11  Which factor most likely caused the population of New Orleans to change as shown in the table?  A) efforts by the leaders of New Orleans to attract settlers by offering them free land and jobs.  B) peace treaties signed with American Indians that made New Orleans a safe place to live.  C) the invention of the steamboat and a worldwide increase in demand for crops grown in Louisiana.  D) the Construction of railroads and the rise of Louisiana as the South’s most industrialized state.

25 #11  Which factor most likely caused the population of New Orleans to change as shown in the table?  A) efforts by the leaders of New Orleans to attract settlers by offering them free land and jobs.  B) peace treaties signed with American Indians that made New Orleans a safe place to live.  C) the invention of the steamboat and a worldwide increase in demand for crops grown in Louisiana.  D) the Construction of railroads and the rise of Louisiana as the South’s most industrialized state.

26 #12  A major reason President Thomas Jefferson supported buying the Louisiana Territory was because the purchase ______________.  A) gave the US ownership of Florida.  B) allowed the US to gain control of California  C) gave the US control of the port of New Orleans  D) removed the Spanish from North America

27 #12  A major reason President Thomas Jefferson supported buying the Louisiana Territory was because the purchase ______________.  A) gave the US ownership of Florida.  B) allowed the US to gain control of California  C) gave the US control of the port of New Orleans  D) removed the Spanish from North America

28 #13  “I would rather have newspapers and no government than government and no newspapers.”  -Thomas Jefferson  The quotation indicates that Thomas Jefferson was concerned about guaranteeing __________.

29 #13  The quotation indicates that Thomas Jefferson was concerned about guaranteeing __________.  A) mass literacy  B) a weak central government  C) the free exchange of ideas  D) government control of the press

30 #13  The quotation indicates that Thomas Jefferson was concerned about guaranteeing __________.  A) mass literacy  B) a weak central government  C) the free exchange of ideas  D) government control of the press

31 #14  “We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men and women are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness…Resolved, that all laws which prevent women from occupying such a station in society as her conscience shall dictate, or which place her in a position inferior to that of a man, are contrary to the great precept of nature, and therefore of no force or authority.”  -Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, July 19-20, 1848

32 #14  What is the main point made in the passage?  A) Men and women should be treated equally.  B) Men’s and women’s roles in society are somewhat different.  C) Women are entitled to special legal protections.  D) Women played an important role in the founding of the US.

33 #14  What is the main point made in the passage?  A) Men and women should be treated equally.  B) Men’s and women’s roles in society are somewhat different.  C) Women are entitled to special legal protections.  D) Women played an important role in the founding of the US.

34 #15  “ I hears talk about the constitution and rights of man. I come up and I takes hold of this constitution. It looks mighty big. And I feels for my rights, but they not there.”  -Sojourner Truth, 1852  What did Sojourner Truth want to communicate with her words?

35 #15  What did Sojourner Truth want to communicate with her words?  A) Poor people did not know what was written in the Constitution.  B) African Americans were not allowed to read the Constitution.  C) The Constitution did not talk about the rights of African Americans.  D) The Constitution needed to talk about the rights of Native Americans.

36 #15  What did Sojourner Truth want to communicate with her words?  A) Poor people did not know what was written in the Constitution.  B) African Americans were not allowed to read the Constitution.  C) The Constitution did not talk about the rights of African Americans.  D) The Constitution needed to talk about the rights of Native Americans.

37 #16  Which statement best describes the treatment of American Indians living east of the Mississippi River between 1800 and 1850?  A) Most were forced to move west of the Mississippi River.  B) Most were forced to work as slaves on plantations.  C) They were encouraged to become American citizens.  D) They were forced onto reservations in the eastern half of the country.

38 #16  Which statement best describes the treatment of American Indians living east of the Mississippi River between 1800 and 1850?  A) Most were forced to move west of the Mississippi River.  B) Most were forced to work as slaves on plantations.  C) They were encouraged to become American citizens.  D) They were forced onto reservations in the eastern half of the country.

39 #17  The campaigns and election of President Andrew Jackson were significant for all of the following reasons EXCEPT___________  A) they led to the formation of the modern Democratic Party in America  B) he went against Washington’s precedent of serving two terms as president  C) the common man became most involved in the democratic process  D) his administration expanded the power of the presidency

40 #17  The campaigns and election of President Andrew Jackson were significant for all of the following reasons EXCEPT___________  A) they led to the formation of the modern Democratic Party in America  B) he went against Washington’s precedent of serving two terms as president  C) the common man became most involved in the democratic process  D) his administration expanded the power of the presidency

41 #18  Cotton plantations developed mainly in the South instead of the North mainly due to _____________.  A) tropical climate in the South  B)moral superiority in the North  C) government restrictions in the North  D) free enterprise in the South

42 #18  Cotton plantations developed mainly in the South instead of the North mainly due to _____________.  A) tropical climate in the South  B)moral superiority in the North  C) government restrictions in the North  D) free enterprise in the South

43 #19  By sending troops to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, President George Washington was______.  A) strengthening the power of state governments  B) punishing citizens for manufacturing their own goods  C) preventing citizens from participating in elections  D) upholding the authority of the federal government

44 #19  By sending troops to suppress the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794, President George Washington was______.  A) strengthening the power of state governments  B) punishing citizens for manufacturing their own goods  C) preventing citizens from participating in elections  D) upholding the authority of the federal government

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46  This portrayal of President Andrew Jackson reflects the opinion of some of his opponents that the________  A) executive branch had become too powerful  B) British had too much influence over the president  C) President had become too sympathetic to the common man  D) spoils system had failed to improve the government

47 #20  This portrayal of President Andrew Jackson reflects the opinion of some of his opponents that the________  A) executive branch had become too powerful  B) British had too much influence over the president  C) President had become too sympathetic to the common man  D) spoils system had failed to improve the government

48 #21  Thomas Jefferson and his follower opposed Alexander Hamilton’s tariff policy in part because they believed that high tariffs would cause problems for  A) rich bankers  B) small farmers  C) big city merchants  D) owners of small factories

49 #21  Thomas Jefferson and his follower opposed Alexander Hamilton’s tariff policy in part because they believed that high tariffs would cause problems for  A) rich bankers  B) small farmers  C) big city merchants  D) owners of small factories

50 #22  What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine (1823)?  A) to open Canada to American settlers  B) to prevent European expansion in the Americas  C) to acquire Florida for the US  D) to end the US’ alliance with Great Britain

51 #22  What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine (1823)?  A) to open Canada to American settlers  B) to prevent European expansion in the Americas  C) to acquire Florida for the US  D) to end the US’ alliance with Great Britain

52 #23  “We must create a tax on goods entering our country to protect products made here in America. Our government must help support businesses when they are new and weak if we want them to grow in time.”  In the early 1800s, who would most likely make this statement?

53 #23  In the early 1800s, who would most likely make this statement?  A) New England minister  B) Northern factory owner  C) Southern sharecropper  D) Western gold miner

54 #23  In the early 1800s, who would most likely make this statement?  A) New England minister  B) Northern factory owner  C) Southern sharecropper  D) Western gold miner

55 #25  Why did Missouri’s application for statehood in 1819 cause a political crisis?  A) the US had equal numbers of slave and free states, and Missouri’s entry would have upset the balance  B) the US had never before established a state west of the Mississippi, and Missouri’s entry would have likely caused conflict with American Indians.  C) Missouri was a center of abolitionist activity, and its admission would have antagonized southern states.  D) Missouri was a center of secessionist activity, and its entry would have antagonized northern states.

56 #25  Why did Missouri’s application for statehood in 1819 cause a political crisis?  A) the US had equal numbers of slave and free states, and Missouri’s entry would have upset the balance  B) the US had never before established a state west of the Mississippi, and Missouri’s entry would have likely caused conflict with American Indians.  C) Missouri was a center of abolitionist activity, and its admission would have antagonized southern states.  D) Missouri was a center of secessionist activity, and its entry would have antagonized northern states.

57 #26  “We hold, that on their separation from the Crown of Great Britain, the several colonies became free and independent States, each enjoying the separate and independent right of self- government; and that no authority can be exercised over them or within their limits, but by their consent. It is equally true, that the Constitution of the United States is a compact formed between the several States.  “Address to the People of the US,” issued by the South Carolina Convention of 1832

58 #26  This passage highlights a tension between ________________  A) urban and rural interests  B) East and West  C) states’ rights and federal authority  D) Government economic subsidies and free enterprise

59 #26  This passage highlights a tension between ________________  A) urban and rural interests  B) East and West  C) states’ rights and federal authority  D) Government economic subsidies and free enterprise

60 #27  What was the Great Awakening?  A) the period before the Glorious Revolution.  B) A new time of religious devotion in the colonies.  C) the period after the French and Indian War.  D) A Puritan movement to simplify the practices of the Church of England

61 #27  What was the Great Awakening?  A) the period before the Glorious Revolution.  B) A new time of religious devotion in the colonies.  C) the period after the French and Indian War.  D) A Puritan movement to simplify the practices of the Church of England

62 #28  Which of these best describes the economy of the South?  A) urban industry  B) rural manufacturing  C) grain farming  D) plantation agriculture

63 #28  Which of these best describes the economy of the South?  A) urban industry  B) rural manufacturing  C) grain farming  D) plantation agriculture

64 #29  The following pairs match inventions with their inventors. Which pair is incorrectly matched?  A) Samuel Slater – standardized muskets  B) Eli Whitney – cotton gin  C) James Watt – Steam engine  D) Robert Fulton – steamboat

65 #29  The following pairs match inventions with their inventors. Which pair is incorrectly matched?  A) Samuel Slater – standardized muskets  B) Eli Whitney – cotton gin  C) James Watt – Steam engine  D) Robert Fulton – steamboat


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