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1 APUSH Review Game!! Mrs. Barczi Hendrickson High School Mrs. Barczi Hendrickson High School

2 What does this refer to??? What does this refer to???

3 “Taylorism” refers to… “Taylorism” refers to… a)President Taylor’s policy towards Mexico b)Managing labor through scientific management c)Being dressed properly for social events d)Zachary Taylor’s version of “Manifest Destiny” e)A method of using the early telephone a)President Taylor’s policy towards Mexico b)Managing labor through scientific management c)Being dressed properly for social events d)Zachary Taylor’s version of “Manifest Destiny” e)A method of using the early telephone

4 A “Lyceum” was a(n)… a)A disease of unknown origin in colonial America b)Native American religious ritual c)Early American clipper ship d)Lecture to educate adults e)A deadly weapon used by Germany in WWI a)A disease of unknown origin in colonial America b)Native American religious ritual c)Early American clipper ship d)Lecture to educate adults e)A deadly weapon used by Germany in WWI

5 A person engaged in the “Bessemer Process” is… a)Attending school b)Mining for silver or gold c)Making steel d)Working on an assembly line e)Farming on the Great Plains a)Attending school b)Mining for silver or gold c)Making steel d)Working on an assembly line e)Farming on the Great Plains

6 The name “Wokova” is most closely associated with what event? a)Wounded Knee Massacre b)Filipino Insurrection c)Hawaiian Annexation d)The Trail of Tears e)Bleeding Kansas a)Wounded Knee Massacre b)Filipino Insurrection c)Hawaiian Annexation d)The Trail of Tears e)Bleeding Kansas

7 The “American Plan” of the early 1900s was an attack on a)Native Americans not on reservations b)Immigrants from southeastern Europe c)Organized labor d)African-Americans migrating to northern cities e)Illegal business combinations a)Native Americans not on reservations b)Immigrants from southeastern Europe c)Organized labor d)African-Americans migrating to northern cities e)Illegal business combinations

8 An “Anti-coolie club” member in the 1860s and 1870s more than likely lived a)In the Deep South b)On the West Coast c)Near a copper mine d)In a sod house e)Close to a warehouse a)In the Deep South b)On the West Coast c)Near a copper mine d)In a sod house e)Close to a warehouse

9 During the Civil War the “food draft” a)Required people living in the South to provide vegetables to Confederate soldiers b)Allowed people to avoid military service by supplying $400 or more of food c)Was a bill introduced into Congress which caused riots in the North d)Was the name given to the naval blockade of southern ports e)Allowed Union soldiers to confiscate any food they came across in the South a)Required people living in the South to provide vegetables to Confederate soldiers b)Allowed people to avoid military service by supplying $400 or more of food c)Was a bill introduced into Congress which caused riots in the North d)Was the name given to the naval blockade of southern ports e)Allowed Union soldiers to confiscate any food they came across in the South

10 “Ashcan” and “Hudson River” relate to… a)America’s Industrial Revolution b)American painters c)American journalists and authors d)American political theory e)America’s expansion westward a)America’s Industrial Revolution b)American painters c)American journalists and authors d)American political theory e)America’s expansion westward

11 What was the occupation of someone who used “Metes and Bounds” a)Cattle rancher b)Coal miner c)Textile worker d)Surveyor e)Railroad engineer a)Cattle rancher b)Coal miner c)Textile worker d)Surveyor e)Railroad engineer

12 In the muckraking classic The Octopus by Frank Norris (1901) who is the “Octopus”? a)Standard Oil Company b)United States Senate c)Railroad monopolies d)Robber barons e)Homestead Steel a)Standard Oil Company b)United States Senate c)Railroad monopolies d)Robber barons e)Homestead Steel

13 Which is not one of the “Five Civilized Tribes” a)Seminole b)Creek c)Cherokee d)Chickasaw e)Iroquois a)Seminole b)Creek c)Cherokee d)Chickasaw e)Iroquois

14 Most “Boomers and Sooners” were interested in a)Gold b)Land c)Oil d)Silver e)cattle a)Gold b)Land c)Oil d)Silver e)cattle

15 What was a “Mugwump” in the 1880’s? a)Independent Republican b)Conservative Republican c)Independent Democrat d)Conservative Democrat e)Conservative Populist a)Independent Republican b)Conservative Republican c)Independent Democrat d)Conservative Democrat e)Conservative Populist

16 Which of these is a “Restoration Colony”? a)New Jersey b)Georgia c)Rhode Island d)Massachusetts e)Maryland a)New Jersey b)Georgia c)Rhode Island d)Massachusetts e)Maryland

17 In the 1830s and 1840s “phrenology” had widespread belief. Phrenology related to a)Medicinal value of alcohol b)Anglo-Saxon superiority c)Fertility of land based on trees d)Skull size and intelligence e)The end of the world a)Medicinal value of alcohol b)Anglo-Saxon superiority c)Fertility of land based on trees d)Skull size and intelligence e)The end of the world

18 Women in American History Women in American History

19 Muckraker Ida Tarbell was definitely hated by a)Cornelius Vanderbilt b)Andrew Carnegie c)J.P. Morgan d)John D. Rockefeller e)Henry Clay Frick a)Cornelius Vanderbilt b)Andrew Carnegie c)J.P. Morgan d)John D. Rockefeller e)Henry Clay Frick

20 Reformer noted for her “settlement houses” a)Jane Addams b)Frances Willard c)Angelina Grimke d)Lucy Stone e)Dorthea Dix a)Jane Addams b)Frances Willard c)Angelina Grimke d)Lucy Stone e)Dorthea Dix

21 Frances Perkins was the first female a)Black member of Congress b)Cabinet member c)Supreme Court Justice d)Fighter pilot of WWI e)Governor from the state of Wyoming a)Black member of Congress b)Cabinet member c)Supreme Court Justice d)Fighter pilot of WWI e)Governor from the state of Wyoming

22 Pioneer of the birth control movement beginning in the 1920s a)Alice Paul b)Susan B. Anthony c)Betty Freidan d)Ida Wells e)Margaret Sanger a)Alice Paul b)Susan B. Anthony c)Betty Freidan d)Ida Wells e)Margaret Sanger

23 Nicknamed “Lemonade Lucy”, because of her views on temperance, she was First Lady and spouse of President a)Grover Cleveland b)Rutherford B. Hayes c)Benjamin Harrison d)Warren G. Harding e)William Howard Taft a)Grover Cleveland b)Rutherford B. Hayes c)Benjamin Harrison d)Warren G. Harding e)William Howard Taft

24 A leading populist in the 1890s who said “we need to raise less corn and more hell!” a)Jacqueline Jones b)Carrie Chapman Catt c)Mary E. Lease d)Elizabeth Blackwell e)Margaret Dreier Robins a)Jacqueline Jones b)Carrie Chapman Catt c)Mary E. Lease d)Elizabeth Blackwell e)Margaret Dreier Robins

25 Considered one of America’s first female “activists” because of her attacks on Puritan clergy and female norms in Puritan Society a)Mary Moore b)Anne Hutchinson c)Virginia Dare d)Mary Jane McCurdy e)Abigail Mason a)Mary Moore b)Anne Hutchinson c)Virginia Dare d)Mary Jane McCurdy e)Abigail Mason

26 Phyllis Wheatley is best known for her a)Poetry advocating abolition of slavery b)Photographs of the Grand Canyon c)Pro-suffrage speeches during WWI d)Muckraking publications on trusts and monopolies e)Paintings on inner-city poverty in industrial America a)Poetry advocating abolition of slavery b)Photographs of the Grand Canyon c)Pro-suffrage speeches during WWI d)Muckraking publications on trusts and monopolies e)Paintings on inner-city poverty in industrial America

27 First to graduate from medical school (1849) a)Florence Nightingale b)Clara Barton c)Elizabeth Blackwell d)Molly Pitcher e)Margaret Sanger a)Florence Nightingale b)Clara Barton c)Elizabeth Blackwell d)Molly Pitcher e)Margaret Sanger

28 Best known for her abolitionist speech (1851) “Ain’t I a Woman” a)Harriet Tubman b)Lucretia Mott c)Maria Stewart d)Sarah Mapps Douglas e)Sojourner Truth a)Harriet Tubman b)Lucretia Mott c)Maria Stewart d)Sarah Mapps Douglas e)Sojourner Truth

29 Dorthea Lange is best known for her photos of a)Slum tenement housing b)Ellis Island c)Indian reservations d)The Dust Bowl e)The women’s suffrage movement a)Slum tenement housing b)Ellis Island c)Indian reservations d)The Dust Bowl e)The women’s suffrage movement

30 Sacagawea is most closely related to the a)Pilgrims of Plymouth colony b)“starving time” in Jamestown c)Lewis and Clark expedition d)Indian removal and the Trail of Tears e)Underground Railroad a)Pilgrims of Plymouth colony b)“starving time” in Jamestown c)Lewis and Clark expedition d)Indian removal and the Trail of Tears e)Underground Railroad

31 Liliuokalani achieved her fame fighting a)Sweatshops and factory conditions b)Imperialism c)Lynching laws in the post-Civil War era d)Alcohol on Indian reservations e)For equal voting rights a)Sweatshops and factory conditions b)Imperialism c)Lynching laws in the post-Civil War era d)Alcohol on Indian reservations e)For equal voting rights

32 First woman elected to Congress (1916) a)Jeanette Rankin b)Juliette Low c)Mary White Ovington d)Hannah Schoff e)Lillian Wald a)Jeanette Rankin b)Juliette Low c)Mary White Ovington d)Hannah Schoff e)Lillian Wald

33 Anthropologist/pioneer in challenging Western assumptions about gender relations (1935) a)Margaret Mitchell b)Margaret Mead c)Mary Dewson d)Mary McLeod Bethune e)Jessie Daniel Ames a)Margaret Mitchell b)Margaret Mead c)Mary Dewson d)Mary McLeod Bethune e)Jessie Daniel Ames

34 Who Said It?

35 “With malice towards none, with charity for all….” a)Thomas Jefferson b)Abraham Lincoln c)Andrew Johnson d)Franklin D. Roosevelt e)Theodore Roosevelt a)Thomas Jefferson b)Abraham Lincoln c)Andrew Johnson d)Franklin D. Roosevelt e)Theodore Roosevelt

36 “The existence of an area of free land…and the advance…westward explain our development.” a)William Cody b)Meriwether Lewis c)John L. Sullivan d)Frederick Jackson Turner e)Horace Greeley a)William Cody b)Meriwether Lewis c)John L. Sullivan d)Frederick Jackson Turner e)Horace Greeley

37 “America’s present need is not heroics but healing; not nostrums but normalcy…” a)Abraham Lincoln b)Warren G. Harding c)Woodrow Wilson d)Theodore Roosevelt e)Franklin Roosevelt a)Abraham Lincoln b)Warren G. Harding c)Woodrow Wilson d)Theodore Roosevelt e)Franklin Roosevelt

38 “Show me a country in which there are no strikes and I’ll show you... no liberty! a)Samuel Gompers b)William Jennings Bryan c)Eugene V. Debbs d)John Atledge e)Terence V. Powderly a)Samuel Gompers b)William Jennings Bryan c)Eugene V. Debbs d)John Atledge e)Terence V. Powderly

39 “The man who dies leaving millions…will pass away unhonored. Who dies rich dies disgraced.” a)Cornelius Vanderbilt b)J.P. Morgan c)Andrew Carnegie d)Sinclair Lewis e)John D. Rockefeller a)Cornelius Vanderbilt b)J.P. Morgan c)Andrew Carnegie d)Sinclair Lewis e)John D. Rockefeller

40 “If men were angels, no government would be necessary…” a)Thomas Jefferson b)George Washington c)John Adams d)Alexander Hamilton e)James Madison a)Thomas Jefferson b)George Washington c)John Adams d)Alexander Hamilton e)James Madison

41 “It is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is.” a)Roger B. Taney b)John Marshall c)John Adams d)Thomas Jefferson e)John Jay a)Roger B. Taney b)John Marshall c)John Adams d)Thomas Jefferson e)John Jay

42 “this House is desirous to obtain a full knowledge of all the facts which go to establish whether the particular spot on which the blood of our citizens was so shed was or was not at that time our own soil.” a)Zachary Taylor b)James K. Polk c)Andrew Jackson d)Abraham Lincoln e)John Tyler a)Zachary Taylor b)James K. Polk c)Andrew Jackson d)Abraham Lincoln e)John Tyler

43 “Chronic wrongdoing…may force the United States…to the exercise of an international police power…” a)Woodrow Wilson b)Theodore Roosevelt c)James Monroe d)William H. Taft e)Franklin D. Roosevelt a)Woodrow Wilson b)Theodore Roosevelt c)James Monroe d)William H. Taft e)Franklin D. Roosevelt

44 “We think they (people of African ancestry) were not intended to be included, under the word “citizens” in the Constitution…” a)John C. Calhoun b)Jefferson Davis c)Charles Pinckney d)Roger Taney e)John Brown a)John C. Calhoun b)Jefferson Davis c)Charles Pinckney d)Roger Taney e)John Brown

45 “Everything that is right or natural pleads for separation. The weeping voice of nature cries, TIS TIME TO PART.” a)Patrick Henry b)Sam Adams c)John Hancock d)Thomas Paine e)Thomas Jefferson a)Patrick Henry b)Sam Adams c)John Hancock d)Thomas Paine e)Thomas Jefferson

46 “The history of mankind is a history of repeated injuries…part of man toward woman, having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny over her.” a)Elizabeth Cady Stanton b)Harriet Tubman c)Sarah Grimke d)Carrie Nation e)Harriet Beecher Stowe a)Elizabeth Cady Stanton b)Harriet Tubman c)Sarah Grimke d)Carrie Nation e)Harriet Beecher Stowe

47 “John Marshall has made his decision…now let him enforce it.” a)Andrew Jackson b)Thomas Jefferson c)John Adams d)John Tyler e)John Quincy Adams a)Andrew Jackson b)Thomas Jefferson c)John Adams d)John Tyler e)John Quincy Adams

48 Please remain. You furnish the pictures, I’ll furnish the war.” a)Theodore Roosevelt b)Alfred Thayer Mahan c)William Randolph Hurst d)Joseph Pulitzer e)William H. Taft a)Theodore Roosevelt b)Alfred Thayer Mahan c)William Randolph Hurst d)Joseph Pulitzer e)William H. Taft

49 “They made us many promises, more than I can remember, but they kept one; they promised to take our land, and they did.” a)Crazy Horse b)Geronimo c)Sitting Bull d)Tecumseh e)Red Cloud a)Crazy Horse b)Geronimo c)Sitting Bull d)Tecumseh e)Red Cloud

50 Where Is It? Where Is It?

51 Where would one find the “Blue Eagle”? a)On WWII aircraft carriers b)Depression-Era store windows c)Speak-Easy entrances d)Entrance to Japanese internment camps e)Transcontinental RR locomotives a)On WWII aircraft carriers b)Depression-Era store windows c)Speak-Easy entrances d)Entrance to Japanese internment camps e)Transcontinental RR locomotives

52 Location of the Haymarket and Pullman strikes a)Philadelphia b)New York c)Atlanta d)Chicago e)St. Louis a)Philadelphia b)New York c)Atlanta d)Chicago e)St. Louis

53 Visit Promontory Point, Utah to view the a)Largest silver strike in US history b)Completion of the first transcontinental railroad c)Last Indian massacre in the West d)Location of Brigham Young’s Mormon Zion e)Largest gold strike in US History a)Largest silver strike in US history b)Completion of the first transcontinental railroad c)Last Indian massacre in the West d)Location of Brigham Young’s Mormon Zion e)Largest gold strike in US History

54 The “Long Drive” ended here a)Phoenix, AZ b)San Francisco, CA c)Carson City, NV d)Pike’s Peak, CO e)Abilene, KS a)Phoenix, AZ b)San Francisco, CA c)Carson City, NV d)Pike’s Peak, CO e)Abilene, KS

55 Where Booker T. Washington said that blacks should adopt the standards of white middle class (1895). a)Atlanta b)Washington DC c)Montgomery d)Memphis e)Little Rock a)Atlanta b)Washington DC c)Montgomery d)Memphis e)Little Rock

56 What significant event occurred in Dayton, Tennessee in 1925? a)St. Valentine’s Day Massacre b)Palmer Raids c)Sacco and Vanzetti Trial d)Scopes “Monkey” Trial e)First “talkie” The Jazz Singer, shown a)St. Valentine’s Day Massacre b)Palmer Raids c)Sacco and Vanzetti Trial d)Scopes “Monkey” Trial e)First “talkie” The Jazz Singer, shown

57 Where the “Big Four” met a)Washington, DC b)Paris c)Mexico City d)London e)New York City a)Washington, DC b)Paris c)Mexico City d)London e)New York City

58 Location of the Federalist secessionist movement of the War of 1812 a)Boston b)New Orleans c)New York d)Hartford e)Baltimore a)Boston b)New Orleans c)New York d)Hartford e)Baltimore

59 Where one would rub elbows with the “Millionaire’s Club” a)Wall Street b)US Senate c)Tea Pot Dome d)President Grant’s Oval office e)5 th Avenue, New York City a)Wall Street b)US Senate c)Tea Pot Dome d)President Grant’s Oval office e)5 th Avenue, New York City

60 Where the “Trail of Tears” ended a)Louisiana b)Georgia c)Tennessee d)Oklahoma e)Arkansas a)Louisiana b)Georgia c)Tennessee d)Oklahoma e)Arkansas

61 Scene of the “Corrupt Bargain” of 1824 a)White House b)Richmond, Virginia state capital building c)US House of Representatives d)US Supreme Court e)Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA a)White House b)Richmond, Virginia state capital building c)US House of Representatives d)US Supreme Court e)Independence Hall, Philadelphia, PA

62 Western boundary of the US from 1783-1803 a)Appalachian Mountains b)Mississippi River c)Missouri River d)36’30” e)54’40” a)Appalachian Mountains b)Mississippi River c)Missouri River d)36’30” e)54’40”

63 NOT a part of the Mexican Cession a)Nevada b)California c)Utah d)Colorado e)Wyoming a)Nevada b)California c)Utah d)Colorado e)Wyoming

64 Where one would find a “Shaker” a)School b)Textile factory c)Coal mine d)Church e)Railroad terminal a)School b)Textile factory c)Coal mine d)Church e)Railroad terminal

65 Region coveted by the “War Hawks” a)Louisiana Territory b)Florida c)British West Indies d)California e)Canada a)Louisiana Territory b)Florida c)British West Indies d)California e)Canada

66 Which came last? Which came last?

67 The LAST event to occur was… a)The “Midnight Appointments” b)XYZ Affair c)Alien and Sedition Acts d)The “Revolution of 1800” e)Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions a)The “Midnight Appointments” b)XYZ Affair c)Alien and Sedition Acts d)The “Revolution of 1800” e)Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions

68 The LAST event to occur was… a)Stamp Act b)Boston massacre c)First Continental congress d)Proclamation Line e)Coercive Acts a)Stamp Act b)Boston massacre c)First Continental congress d)Proclamation Line e)Coercive Acts

69 The LAST event to occur was… a)Texas annexation b)Louisiana Purchase c)Mexican Cession d)Gadsden Purchase e)Alaskan purchase a)Texas annexation b)Louisiana Purchase c)Mexican Cession d)Gadsden Purchase e)Alaskan purchase

70 The LAST event to occur was… a)Pullman Strike b)Knights of Labor formed c)AF of L formed d)Haymarket Riot e)Homestead Steel Strike a)Pullman Strike b)Knights of Labor formed c)AF of L formed d)Haymarket Riot e)Homestead Steel Strike

71 The LAST event to occur was… a)Freedmen’s Bureau established b)Wade-Davis Bill vetoed c)Federal troops removed from the South d)Johnson impeachment trial e)15 th Amendment ratified a)Freedmen’s Bureau established b)Wade-Davis Bill vetoed c)Federal troops removed from the South d)Johnson impeachment trial e)15 th Amendment ratified

72 The LAST event to occur was… a)War-hawks elected to Congress b)Non-Intercourse Act passed c)Embargo Act passed d)Hartford Convention e)Chesapeake-Leopard Affair a)War-hawks elected to Congress b)Non-Intercourse Act passed c)Embargo Act passed d)Hartford Convention e)Chesapeake-Leopard Affair

73 The LAST event to occur was… a)Dawes Act b)Transcontinental RR completed c)Oklahoma land rush d)Wounded Knee Massacre e)Black Hills gold rush a)Dawes Act b)Transcontinental RR completed c)Oklahoma land rush d)Wounded Knee Massacre e)Black Hills gold rush

74 The LAST event to occur was… a)Northwest Ordinance b)Shay’s Rebellion c)Articles of Confederation adopted d)Treaty of Paris e)Land Ordinance a)Northwest Ordinance b)Shay’s Rebellion c)Articles of Confederation adopted d)Treaty of Paris e)Land Ordinance

75 The LAST event to occur was… a)First telephone b)First telegraph c)First skyscraper d)First subway e)First elevator a)First telephone b)First telegraph c)First skyscraper d)First subway e)First elevator

76 The LAST event to occur was… a)Ostend Manifesto b)John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry c)Dred Scott decision d)Kansas-Nebraska Act e)Lincoln-Douglas debates a)Ostend Manifesto b)John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry c)Dred Scott decision d)Kansas-Nebraska Act e)Lincoln-Douglas debates

77 The LAST event to occur was… a)Open Door Notes b)Filipino Revolt c)Sinking of the Maine d)Hawaiian Annexation e)Venezuelan boundary dispute a)Open Door Notes b)Filipino Revolt c)Sinking of the Maine d)Hawaiian Annexation e)Venezuelan boundary dispute

78 The LAST event to occur was… a)Jamestown “starving time” b)Arrival of first slaves in colonies c)Salem witchcraft trials d)First Great Awakening begins e)Georgia becomes a colony a)Jamestown “starving time” b)Arrival of first slaves in colonies c)Salem witchcraft trials d)First Great Awakening begins e)Georgia becomes a colony

79 The LAST event to occur was… a)“Trail of Tears” b)Tariff of Abominations c)Monroe Doctrine d)Second Bank of U.S. e)“Corrupt Bargain” a)“Trail of Tears” b)Tariff of Abominations c)Monroe Doctrine d)Second Bank of U.S. e)“Corrupt Bargain”

80 The LAST event to occur was… a)Steel plow b)Erie Canal c)National Road d)Rotary press e)Barbed wire a)Steel plow b)Erie Canal c)National Road d)Rotary press e)Barbed wire

81 The LAST event to occur was… a)Last of the Mohicans b)Uncle Tom’s Cabin c)Moby Dick d)Walden e)The Scarlet Letter a)Last of the Mohicans b)Uncle Tom’s Cabin c)Moby Dick d)Walden e)The Scarlet Letter


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