Question 1 How have American-Canadian relations have been since our Revolution from Great Britain? Mixed, while the U.S. struggled with England there had been several efforts by the U.S. to conquer Canada.
Question 2 Definition: A Native American people made up of various primarily Creek groups who moved into northern Florida during the 18 th and 19 th centuries, later inhabiting the Everglades region as well. Seminoles
Question 3 Definition: The first major American canal, stretching two hundred fifty miles from the Great Lakes across New York State to Albany, where boats would travel along the Hudson River to New York City. Erie Canal
Question 4 What development changes the prosperity of slavery? The invention of the cotton gin made the growing of cotton more profitable
Question 5 Definition: Authored by the 5 th President of the United States, the doctrine declared U.S. opposition to European interference in the Americas. Monroe Doctrine
Question 6 Why was it considered that the presidential election of 1824 had been stolen? Jackson had received the most electoral votes but not enough to declare victory; the House chose J. Q. Adams.
Question 7 Definition: American slave leader who organized about 70 followers and led a rebellion in Virginia, during which approximately 50 whites were killed (1831). He was then captured and executed. Nat Turne r
Question 8 What change in the economy and culture did industrialization produce that the Founders not anticipate? That so much wealth would be concentrated in so few
Question 9 From what did abolitionism gain most of its rationale for its opposition to slavery? Religious teachings & the words of the Declaration of Independence
Question 27 Definition: An American religious leader who founded the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (1830) and led his congregation westward from New York State to western Illinois, where he was murdered by an anti-Mormon mob. Joseph Smith
Question 11 Definition: The 8 th president of the U.S. (1837-1841). A powerful Democrat from New York, he served in the U.S. Senate (1821-1828), as secretary of state (1829- 1831), and as vice president (1833-1837) under Andrew Jackson before being elected president in 1836. He unsuccessfully sought reelection in 1840 and 1848. Martin Van Buren
Question 12 What is Laissez-faire economics? Allowing the marketplace to function without interference
Question 13 Definition: A slave ship on which 49 Africans rebelled in 1839 off the coast of Cuba. The ship sailed to Long Island Sound where Spanish authorities demanded they be turned over for punishment. A group of American abolitionists, led by former President John Quincy Adams, fought for and won their freedom in 1841. The 35 who survived returned to Africa