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2 Baseball Challenge! Units 1-3 Test Practice

3 Today’s Game is pitched by Mrs. Marquez

4 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Batter Up! Home Single Visitor Single DoubleTripleHomer 11111 22222 33333 44444 55555 66666 77777 88888 99999 10 11 12 13 14 15

5 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #1 – The Half Way Covenant was designed to A. ease the problem of declining church membership B. Promote religious freedom in the colonies C. Permit New England some freedom to operate outside the mercantile system

6 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #2 – The French and Indian War resulted in C. An end to British preoccupation with European affairs, allowing them to concentrate on controlling the colonies A. France becoming the dominant power in North America B. Indians becoming the dominant power in North America

7 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #3 – Which of these was a result of the French and Indian War? A. Parliament decided that the colonists would pay for part of the war cost C. The fur trade stopped B. The French and the Indians gained power in America

8 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #4 – Who was the author of the Declaration of Independence? A. Thomas Jefferson C. Patrick Henry B. James Madison

9 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #5 – Which is true about indentured servants? B. They worked for their masters long enough to pay for their passage to America A. They were mostly criminals and remained the property of their masters C. They were promised 250 acres when they earned their freedom

10 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #6 – This battle was the turning point in the Revolutionary War? A. Battle of Saratoga C. Battle of San Juan Hill B. Battle of Yorktown

11 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #7 – The most famous triangular trade routes exchanged A. Molasses, Slaves, Rum B. Rum, manufactured goods, slaves C. Sugar, tobacco, slaves

12 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #8 – The result of salutary neglect on the colonies was C. Development of a colonial expectation of self-rule A. Religious intolerance B. A series of 18th century colonial wars

13 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #9 – Which of the following was a contributing factor that changed European attitudes toward exploration? A. The Crusades B. Germany became a major land based power C. England began forcibly removing all primogenture

14 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #10 – The Louisiana Purchase did what? B. doubled the size of the United States A. Gave the land back to the Native Americans C. Gave Americans control of the Ohio Valley

15 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #11 – Jamestown’s prosperity was insured by A. Tobacco C. Gold B. Fur Trading

16 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #12 – Unlike Virginia, Maryland was established A. As a religious santuary for persecuted Catholics from England B. By a commercial trading company C. As a frontier outpost to secure the area from the French

17 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #13 – Which of the following were NOT founded for religious reasons? A. Virginia B. Rhode Island C. Pennsylvania

18 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #14 – Which of the following best describes the Great Awakening? C. Religious revivalism A. Tax Rebellion B. A crusade for public education

19 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #15 – Bacon’s Rebellion was supported mainly by A. Young men frustrated with the inability to acquire land B. The planter class of Virginia C. Those protesting the increased importation of African slaves

20 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #1 – The radical American group which first emerged during the Stamp Act was known as A. Sons of Liberty B. The Federalist B. The Loyalists.

21 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #2 – What was the name of the pamphlet that presented justification to Americans to break with Great Britain? C. Common Sense A. American Crisis B. The Declaration of the Rights of Man

22 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #3 – The law that created a widespread, anti- British, political movement in the colonies and led to cries of “no taxation without representation”? A. Stamp Act of 1765 C. Quartering Act of 1764 B. Prohibitory Act of 1775.

23 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #4 – The most important consequence of the Boston Tea Party was the C. Enactment by Parliament of the Coercive Act A. Repeal of the tax on tea B. Reopening of the Port of Boston to foreign trade.

24 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #5 – The British response to the American claim of no taxation without representation was that A. Members of Parliament represented the interests of all people in the British empire B. American approval was necessary for internal taxes C. Colonial assemblies would be permitted to vote on all new taxes.

25 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #6 – The Declaratory Act of 1766 C. Stated that parliament had the power to make laws binding on the colonies B. Forbade the American colonists to issue paper money A. Established a tax on licenses, legal documents, and newspapers.

26 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #7 – The group most likely to approve of the Articles of Confederation C. Those who feared a strong central government A. Bankers and merchants B. Those who feared the dangers of unrestrained democracy

27 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #8 – The greatest achievement of the government under the Articles of Confederation was its establishment of C. General postwar prosperity B. A system of orderly settlement of the West A. A bicameral legislature

28 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #9 – The rebellion of Daniel Shays in 1786 grew out of a need to C. Prevent the collection of taxes A. Support the Constitution B. Criticize England’s government under King George

29 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #10 – The Articles of Confederation A. Jealously guarded state sovereignty at the expense of national power B. Provided for state representation by population C. Gave too much power to the central government

30 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #11 – As a result of the election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800, B. Federal excise taxes were eliminated A. American foreign policy became more pro-British C. The federal debt rose dramatically

31 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #12 – When Thomas Jefferson said in 1801, “We are republicans, we are all Federalists,” he meant B. The principles of American government were above party politics A. The two parties’ platforms were identical C. He admired Hamilton’s policies.

32 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #13 – The Hartford Convention was a manifestation of C. New England’s Federalist opposition to the War of 1812 B. New England’s desire to end United States trade with Great Britain A. Western resentment against British backed American Indian attacks.

33 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #14 – Jefferson’s purchase of Louisiana had its origins in his desire to B. Acquire a port to provide an outlet for western crops. A. Remove the French from forts along the Mississippi valley. C. Acquire territory for the expansion of slavery.

34 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #15 – In Marbury vs. Madison, the United States Supreme Court affirmed A. Its right to determine the constitutionality of congressional enactments. B. Its right to determine the constitutionality of state laws. C. The sanctity of property rights against harassment by unfriendly state legislatures.

35 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! You’re Out! Next Batter!

36 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Single! Next Batter!

37 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #1 – The issuance of the Monroe Doctrine did which of the following? A. Asserted American independence in the realm of foreign policy B. Established the United States as the dominant economic power in 1824 C. Provided the basis for resolving Anglo-American border disputes

38 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #2 –All of the following are reasons why America entered the War of 1812 EXCEPT C. The existence of a strong American navy ready to demonstrate its capabilities B. The violation of America’s rights as a neutral power A. The relationship between the British and Native American tribes in the western territories of North America

39 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #3 – Which of the following did NOT contribute to the United States decision to declare war against Great Britain in 1812? A. American military and economic preparedness for war B. American concern for national honor C. American fears of British aid to Native Americans on the frontier

40 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #4 – Of the following, which was the principal issue on which the United States sought settlement with Great Britain at the outset of the War of 1812? A. An end to impressment B. Free navigation of the Mississippi River C. Cancellation of pre- Revolutionary debts

41 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #5 – Which of the following was a result of the War of 1812? B. Local manufacturing was stimulated. A. William Henry Harrison emerged as a national hero. C. The power of North American Indian tribes was increased.

42 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #6 – In which Supreme Court case was the power of the federal government over interstate commerce strengthened? B. Gibbons vs. Ogden A. McCulloch vs. Maryland C. Fletcher vs. Peck

43 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #7 – Thomas Jefferson’s revolution of 1800 changed the Federalist policies of Washington and Adams in all of the following ways EXCEPT A. Foreign affairs B. The size of the military C. Alien and Sedition Acts

44 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #8 – Which of the following accurately characterizes the foreign policy goals of Jefferson and Madison before 1812? C. Maintain US neutral rights without going to war A. Seek an alliance with either Britain or France B. Strengthen US trade relations with Britain and France

45 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #9 – Thomas Jefferson’s chief reason for purchasing Louisiana was to A. Give the United States control of the Mississippi River C. Challenge Hamilton’s loose interpretation of the Constitution B. Provide a rationale for the Lewis and Clark Expedition

46 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #10 – All of the following contributed to the US decision to go to war in 1812 EXCEPT B. Efforts to protect the land of Native Americans A. American sympathy with France against Britain C. The election of war hawks to Congress in 1810

47 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #11 –The War of 1812 had all of the following consequences in the United States EXCEPT A. Acquisition of new land B. An increase in American nationalism C. Native American’s loss of Britain as an ally

48 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #12 – The Hartford Convention had long term significance because it A. Marked the end of the Federalists as a national party B. Encouraged Britain to sign the Treaty of Ghent C. Presented a major challenge to Madison’s domestic policies

49 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #13 – Which of the following statements accurately describes the Monroe Doctrine? C. It declared US opposition to European intervention in the affairs of independent countries of the Western Hemisphere A. It asserted the US right to send troops into the countries of Latin America to provide political stability B. It caused an immediate change in the US role of world affairs

50 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #14 – A major effect of John Marshall’s Supreme Court decision was to C. Expand federal power and limit the states’ power A. Expand the states’ power and limit federal power B. Legitimize a strict interpretation of the US Constitution

51 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #15 – Which of the following men became a national hero as a result of the Battle of New Orleans in 1814? A. Andrew Jackson B. Stonewall Jackson C. William Henry Harrison

52 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Pop Up Center Field! It’s Caught! Two Outs! Next Batter!

53 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Double! Next Batter!

54 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #1 – Which of the following decisions strengthened the validity of a contract or charter? A. Dartmouth College v. Woodward B. Fletcher v. Peck C. Gibbons v. Ogden

55 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #2 – By the end of Washington’s first term of office, A. Political squabbling had divided the government B. Political harmony had unified the cabinet C. Political parties appeared in the campaigning

56 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #3 – Why did the Sedition Acts distress many Americans? C. It threatened their political rights A, It kept the Federalists in power B. It expanded the powers of Congress

57 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #4 – According to the Kentucky Resolutions, B. States had the right to nullify federal laws under certain circumstances A. The “general welfare” of the nations should be the guiding principle in state decisions C. The state of Kentucky chose to remain neutral in the contest between Hamilton and Jefferson

58 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #5 – What difficulty did Jefferson face in purchasing the Louisiana Territory? A. The constitutionality of his actions B. Lack of support from the American people C. Finding $15 million in the federal budget

59 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #6 – Which is true of the Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817? C. It limited naval armaments of the Great Lakes. B. It ended the traditional mutual suspicion and hatred between the United States and Great Britain. A. It required the Indians to relinquish vast areas of tribal lands north of the Ohio River.

60 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #7 – The Treaty of 1818 with England C. Called for a ten year joint occupation of the Oregon country by both American citizens and British subjects B. Used the Missouri River watershed to define the United States’ border with Canada as far west as the Rocky Mountains A. Formally recognized America’s earlier conquest of West Florida

61 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #8 – Native Americans in the West allied themselves with the British in the War of 1812 because they A. Wanted to stop American settlers from taking their land B. Were persuaded to do by Aaron Burr C. Had ambitions to establish an Indian confederacy

62 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #9 – The question of admitting Missouri to the Union in 1819 A. Stirred southern fears regarding the balance of power between North and South B. Had relatively little significance for the future of national expansion C. Found little opposition from northerners

63 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #10 – Which of the following statements about the “American System” is correct? B. It was designed to meet the nation’s need for economic progress and self-sufficiency. A. It permitted immigrants to be naturalized after living in the United States for five years. C. It was set up by the Treaty of Ghent at the end of the War of 1812.

64 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #11 – The American System of Henry Clay C. Favored strong economic growth and a second National Bank B. Wanted to make the United States the military equivalent of Great Britain or France A. Favored lowering tariffs, so that more goods could be purchased from abroad

65 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #12 – When Congress makes laws “necessary and proper for carrying out its enumerated powers,” it is using A. the elastic clause B. a reserved power C. the power of the judicial

66 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #13 – Which piece of legislation established the federal court system and defined the responsibilities of the Supreme Court? B. the Judiciary Act of 1789 A. the Judiciary Act of 1801 C. Marbury v. Madison

67 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #14 – What were federal judges appointed by President Adams on the eve of his departure from office called? A. midnight judges B. mudrakers C. circuit riders

68 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #15 – What was the most controversial part of Alexander Hamilton’s economic program to pay off the domestic debts of the States? B. the assumption of state debts by the federal government A. Democratic Republicans would own the nation’s debt C. creation of the Bank of the United States

69 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Ground Ball! Thrown to Base! Two Outs! Next Batter!

70 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Triple Base Hit! Next Batter!

71 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #1 – The decision of President George Washington to use troops to put down the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794 demonstrated which of the following? A. The new national government intended to enforce federal laws. B. The states were still the dominant power in the new nation. C. The federal government had no authority to impose an excise tax.

72 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #2 – What was the most controversial issue in Jefferson’s purchase of the Louisiana territory? B. the Constitution did not authorize the president to make such a purchase A. we only agreed that we would pay $10 million for the land and the price was much higher C. the ownership of the territory was not clear or legally determined

73 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #3 – Which of the following statements is true regarding the Federalist and Democratic- Republican parties? A. The Democratic-Republicans were led by Jefferson and believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution; whereas Hamilton and the Federalists believed in a loose interpretation B. The Federalists, led by Hamilton, insisted that the state governments needed to be in control C. Thomas Jefferson led the Federalists, whereas Alexander Hamilton was the main leader of the Democratic-Republicans.

74 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #4 – During the Election of 1800, two candidates tied with the most electoral votes. The House of Representatives, influenced by Alexander Hamilton, selected which President? A. Thomas Jefferson B. John Adams C. Aaron Burr

75 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #5 – Why was the Adam- Onis Treaty (1819) significant for the United States? B. Spain ceded Florida to the U.S. A. the U.S. gained control of the Mississippi River C. the U.S. could use the port of New Orleans

76 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #6 – Which of these were the main causes of the War of 1812? C. American Indian relations, Impressment of sailors, and War Hawks A. Treaty of Ghent violations, Indian relations, and Chesapeake Affair B. XYZ Affair, Embargo Act, and Jay’s Treaty

77 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #7 – How effective was Pinckney’s Treaty with Spain in building U.S. commerce with other nations? A. it encouraged economic development of the Mississippi Valley and New Orleans B. it guaranteed the expansion of slavery C. it limited commerce in the northeastern and southeastern U.S.

78 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #8 – The outcome of the Whiskey Rebellion was significant in that the new national government was shown to B. have the power necessary to force compliance with their laws A. rely on state militia to quell domestic disturbances C. be slow and indecisive in dealing with domestic crisis

79 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #9 – Jefferson attempted to coerce Britain and France into a recognition of neutral rights through A. a complete trade embargo B. support for Macon's Bill #2 C. using U.S. naval vessels to challenge violations of neutral rights

80 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #10 – The effect of Macon's Bill #2 was to A. cause the eventual repeal of the Orders in Council B. cause an immediate declaration of war from Great Britain C. cause outrage in France

81 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #11 – Which of the following was a result of the War of 1812? A. nationalistic sentiment grew B. it taught the U.S. the need to be adequately prepared for war C. the South was discredited for being overly sectionalistic

82 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #12 – Foreign affairs in the 1790's are best characterized by as B. neutrality regarding European conflicts A. the elevation of U.S. prestige through increased European respect for our rights C. the industrial revolution in the U.S. was delayed

83 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #13 – Which of the following is true of internal improvements during the period? A. most internal improvements were financed by the states B. most major internal improvements were financed by the federal government C. the Northeast was the strongest advocate of Federal subsidies for them

84 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #14 – Which of the following would John Marshall NOT have favored? B. the growth of the power of state governments A. the principles of Alexander Hamilton C. increasing the power of Congress

85 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #15 – Which of the following was the most positive accomplishment of the Jefferson Administration? B. the purchase of Louisiana A. the ending of the British policy of impressment against U.S. sailors C. the winning of the War of 1812

86 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! Three Outs! Next Batter!

87 Visitor Home Inning 123456789 Total Home First Third Second Outs Out of the Ball Park! Home Run! Next Batter!

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