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1 Chapter 10 Pre-Test

2 The Battle of ________ was a battle fought with Native Americans in which white settlers claimed as a major victory.

3 The Battle of ____ ____ was fought two weeks after the War of 1812 ended.

4 The case of ____________ vs ________ established the right of the court to judicial review.

5 The Battle of ____ _____ in which the Americans were led by Oliver Hazard Perry ended in victory for the Americans despite the lack of adequate preparation.

6 What was the goal of the Indian Confederation established by Tecumseh? a. to unite the nations to resist white movement onto Indian lands. b. to improve relations with the whites through trade. c. to get money for Indian lands.

7 What would be an example of judicial review? a. The Supreme Court rules a law passed by Congress is unconstitutional. b. The Supreme Court passes a new law to override a law passed by Congress. c. The lower courts have their rulings overturned by the Supreme Court.

8 Which section of the country feared a loss of political influence because of the War of 1812? a. New England b. the South c. the West

9 From whom did the U. S. purchase the Louisiana Territory? a. Spain b. England c. France

10 What is a good example of Jefferson’s democratic style? a. He rode in a carriage instead of riding a horse. b. He dressed casually and shook hands rather than bowing when meeting people. c. He designed Monticello himself.

11 How did both France and England disregard American’s neutrality? a. They both continued to trade with the U. S. b. They both declared war on the U. S. c. They both attacked American ships bound for Europe.

12 If Lewis and Clark had been able to discover an all-water route to the Pacific, how would that have helped the U. S.? a. It would have given us a more direct route to Asia. b. It would have cut down on shipping costs across the continent. c. It would have resulted in the building of more canals.

13 What was the purpose of the Hartford Convention? a. New Englanders wanted to force the President to end the war by threatening secession. b. It was to be used as a planning session to develop new strategy in the war with England. c. It was formed to unite the states to support the war effort.

14 If Yankee traders had naval escorts through the Mediterranean Sea, which of the following stood to lose the most? a. English traders b. Italian merchants c. Barbary pirates

15 True or False? Thomas Jefferson passionately believed that government should play a larger role in the daily lives of its citizens.

16 Why did Napoleon agree to sell Louisiana to the U. S.? a. He had no interest in the land. b. He did not want it to fall into the hands of the British. c. He needed the money for his military campaigns in Europe.

17 What route was most used by western farmers in the early 1800s by which to ship their goods to Eastern markets? a. Appalachian Mountains b. the Missouri River c. the Mississippi River

18 How did Jefferson reduce the size of the national government? a. He fired many Federalists from their jobs. b. He reduced the number of Representatives in the House of Representatives. c. He reduced the federal budget.

19 How did Jefferson’s policies as President hurt the nation during the War of 1812? a. The reduced military budget left a small and poorly trained military. b. His laissez-faire policy had hurt the economy. c. Reduced national debt had upset the balance of the congressional budget.

20 Zebulon Pike’s expedition had a. gained new lands for the U. S. b. ended disastrously with his death in Mexico. c. increased the knowledge about lands in the Southwest.

21 True or False? Americans use of resources in the 1800s threatened the Native American way of life.

22 True or False? The Lewis and Clark Expedition resulted in an immediate settlement of western lands by pioneers.

23 To whom does this statement refer? “He was one of those uncommon geniuses which spring up occasionally...” a. William Henry Harrison b. Tecumseh c. Chief Justice John Marshall

24 What was a result of the Embargo Act? a. Jefferson was defeated in the next presidential election. b. Smuggling activity increased. c. France and England stopped attacking American ships.

25 Who wrote the decision in the case of Marbury v Madison regarding judicial review? a. Thomas Jefferson b. John Jay c. John Marshall

26 True or False? The Embargo Act badly hurt American farmers.

27 Which of the following describes the nation as it entered the War of 1812? a. The U. S. was militarily unprepared to enter this war. b. The country was united in declaring war on Britain. c. The war was popular in New England but not in the South and the West.

28 How did France and England violate the neutrality of American ships? a. They blockaded them from their ports. b. They seized American ships. c. They destroyed and sunk American ships.

29 Put these events in the sequence in which they occurred: The Treaty of Ghent The Battle of New Orleans The burning of Washington, D. C. The battle at Ft. McHenry

30 Who most likely would disagree with a War Hawk? a. a Southern planter b. a western farmer c. a Massachusetts merchant

31 The ________ Treaty allowed for the shipment of American goods on the Mississippi River.

32 The ______ Act allowed all foreign trade except with Britain and France.

33 The Treaty of ______ allowed the restoration of pre-war conditions after the War of 1812.

34 The Treaty of _______ pertained to Americans’ land claims in part of present-day Ohio.

35 Who was the leading War Hawk? a. Henry Clay b. James Madison c. John Randolph

36 The Battles of Lake Erie and The Thames were a. major American victories in the West. b. major British victories in the West. c. major American victories in the North.

37 Lake Erie was important to both the British and the Americans because it a. was a source of fresh water. b. it was an outlet for western farmers. c. it was on the border between English and American territory.

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