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WILMOT PROVISO

COMPROMISEOF 1950

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

UNCLE TOM’S CABIN PUBLISHED

KANSAS NEBRASKA ACT

LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES

SUMMER BROOKS INCIDENT

DRED SCOT V SANFORD

BLEEDING KANSAS

JOHN BROWNS RAID

FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW

FREEPORT DOCTRINE  POPULAR SOVERIGNTY

BIRTH OF REPUBLICAN PARTY

ELECTIONOF PRESIDENT LINCOLN

SLAVE CODES

STEPHEN DOUGLAS PUSH FOR POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY

SOUTH CAROLINA SECCESSION

Franklin Pierce

James Buchanan

Harriet Beecher Stowe

Stephen Douglas

36-30

54-40 or fight

 

 

Adams Onis   Monroe Doctrine    Henry Clay American System  109-112  Missouri Compromise

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Election of 1824  Corrupt Bargain   Henry Clay/John Q Adams     Spoils System

 

Worcester v Georgia    Tariff of Abominations   John C Calhoun   Jackson versus the National Bank  Nullification

REFORM

Pages 134- 159

Charles Finney  Joseph Smith Brigham Young   Utopian Movement-Shakers

Ralph Waldo Emerson transcendentalists    Civil Disobedience   Horace Mann  Dorthea Dix   temperance

Nat Turner    William Lloyd Garrison   Frederick Douglas    Declaration of sentiments/ Elizabeth cady Stanton   Lucretia Mott    Sarah and Angelina Grimke 

Western Expansion  166- 183

  James K Polk   Santa Anna the Alamo    Sam Houston   Stephen F Austin   Empressario   GTT    Zach Taylor   Winfield  Scott     Treaty Guadelope  Hildago       

 

 

.) This was the successful treaty that gave the US the state of Florida:

Ghent    b.) Jay Treaty   c.) Adams Onis Treaty   d.) Pinckney Treaty

 

When we hear of the 36-30 line we are reminded of:

A.)   The Monroe Doctrine  b.) the Hartford Convention c.) the Pinckney Treaty   d.) the Missouri Compromise

 

34.) He was the author of the economic system known as the American System:

Thomas Jefferson  b.) Henry Clay  c.) Alexander Hamilton   d.) Andrew Jackson

 

A major reason for the issuance of the Monroe Doctrine (1823) was to

  1. discourage United States trade with Latin America
  2. defend the Panama Canal from Great Britain
  3. prevent further European colonization in the Caribbean region
  4. provide economic aid to Latin nations

 

 

 

During the presidency of Andrew Jackson, the spoils system resulted in

  1. federal laws being nullified by the states
  2. elected officials rewarding their supporters with government jobs
  3. all free males being given the right to vote
  4. the end of political corruption in the federal government

 

Jacksonian democracy celebrated:

a.) the rise of the Whig Party

b.) the dignity of the common people in American politics

c.) the goals of increasing sectionalism in the US

d.) the ideals a strong federal government with less importance placed on state government

 

 

 

54.) Which of the following did President Jackson support:

a..) Pet Banks in the US

b.) South Carolinas right to nullify federal laws

c.) the Second National Bank of the US

d.) womens suffrage

 

 

 

 

55.)     In the Missouri Compromise,__________ enters as free state.

a.) Missouri   b.) Illinois   c.) Texas   d.) California   e.) Maine

 

 

 

56.)    Era of Good Feelings President:

a.)     James Madison  b.) James Monroe  c.) Andrew Jackson  d.) John Q Adams

 

 

 

 


1.) WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD SOUTHERN POLTICIANS HAVE BEEN MOST LIKELY TO SUPPORT?
A.) WILMOT PROVISO   B.) KANSAS NEBRASKA ACT  C.) REPUBLICAN PARTY OF 1854  D.) UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY:
A.) REPRESENTED A SYSTEM THAT GAVE EACH STATE THE POWER TO DECIDE ITS OWN POSISITON ON SLAVERY
B.) WAS A MAJOR COMPONENT OF THE COMPROMISE OF 1850
C.) LAUNCHED STEPHEN DOUGLAS ONTO THE NATIONAL SCENE AS HE AUTHORED THIS PROPOSAL
D.)
ALL OF THESE ARE CORRECT 

 

 

 


 
4.) CALIFORNIA BECOMES A STATE IN THE UNION AS A RESULT OF:
A.) THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE
B.) THE COMPROMISE OF 1850
C.) THE KANSAS NEBRASK ACT
D.) ITS ACCEPTANCE OF POPULAR SOVERIGNTY
E.) NONE OF THESE ARE CORRECT

 

 


 
5.) SHE WAS A POPULAR LEADER OF THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD:
 A.) HARRIET BEECHER STOWE    B.) ELIZABETH CADY STANTON  C.) HARRIET TUBMAN   D.) ROSE O NEAL
E.) CLARA BARTON
 

 

 


6.) THE REPUBLICAN PARTY FORMED:
A.) LARGELY TO SUPPORT  THE ANTI SLAVERY MOVEMENT
B.) TO OPPOSE THE NEWLY FORMED FREE SOIL PARTY
C.) AS AN OPPOSITION TO THE NEW RAILROAD TO BE BUILT OUT OF CHICAGO
D.) TO ADVANCE WOMENS RIGHTS IN AMERICA

 

 


 
7.) HE AUTHORED THE COMPROMISE OF 1850
A.) HENRY CLAY   B.) JOHN C CALHOUN   C.0 STEPHEN DOUGLAS   D.) ABRAHAM LINCOLN   E.) JOHN BROWN
 

 

 


8.) WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WAS NOT A COMPONENT OF THE COMPROMISE OF 1850?
A.) CALIFORNIA BECOMES A FREE STATE
B.) THE FUGITIVE SLAVE ACT IS LAUNCHED
C.) POPULAR SOVERIGNTY IS ESTABLISHED IN UTAH AND NEW MEXICO
D.) MAINE IS ADMITTED AS A FREE STATE

 

 

 



 
9.) BLEEDING KANSAS:
A.) IS A TERM THAT DESCRIBES THE MINI CIVIL WAR THAT DEVELOPED IN KANSAS OVER THE SLAVERY ISSUE
B.) WAS IN PART INSTIGATED BY JOHN BROWN AND HIS FOLLOWERS AFTER THE POTTAWOTAMIE MASSACRE
C.) WAS A TERM THAT DESCRIBES THE VOTING DAY OUTCOME WHEN MISSOURI BORDER RUFFIANS COME ACROSS TO KANSAS ANS STUFFBALLOT BOXES WITH PRO SLVERY VOTES
D.) ALL OF THESE ARE CORRECT

 

 

 


 
10.) WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING REPRESENTED THE INTENSE EMOTIONAL FEELINGS IN CONGRESS OVER THE SLAVE ISSUE, HERE A SENATOR WAS PHYSICALLY BEATEN?
A.) THE FREE PORT DOCTRINE DEBATE
B.) THE SUMNER- BROOKS INCIDENT
C.) THE LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES
 D.) ALL OF THESE WERE POSITIVE AND NONE CREATED TENSION IN CONGRESS

 

 

 

 


 
11.) DRED SCOT VS SANFORD 1857:
A.) WAS A VICTORY FOR NORTHERN POLITICIANS
B.) WAS A VICTORY FOR SOUTHERN PLANTERS AND POLITICIANS IN THE SOUTH
C.) SETTLED THE SLAVE ISSUE ONCE AND FOR ALL
D.) EXTENDED SLAVERY INTO ALL THE NEW TERRITORIES, INCLUDING THOSE IN THE NORTH

 

 

 


 
12.) THIS INCIDENT ATTEMPTED TO UNITE SLAVES ALL AT ONCE IN ONE UPRISING AGAINST THEIR SLAVE OWNERS, IT FAILED:


A.)  THE DRED SCOT CASE
B.) THE RESULTS OF THE LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES
C.) THE JOHN BROWN RAID AT HARPERS FERRY
D.) THE KANSAS NEBRASKA ACT 

 

 

 

 


 
13.) IT WAS HERE THAT STEPHEN DOUGLAS BEGAN TO FORMALLY PROMOTE HIS POPULAR SOVERIGNTY THEORY:
A.) DURING THE LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES WITH HIS THE FREE PORT DOCTRINE   
B.) DURING THE CONGRESSIONAL SESSION IN WHICH WE WITNESSED THE SUMNER BROOKS INCIDENT
C.) AT POTTAWOTOMIE CREEK KANSAS FOLLOWING THE JPOHN BROWN UPRISING

 

 

 


14.)  AUTHOR OF UNCLE TOM'S CABIN:
A.) HARRIET BEECHER STOWE   B.) HARRIET TUBMAN   C.) HENRY DAVID THOREAU  D.) STEPHEN DOUGLAS

 

 

 

This country sold Florida to the US in the an 1821 treaty?

a.) Britain,  b.) Spain  c.) France    d.) Mexico   e.) Russia

 

 

 

 

In the Supreme Court Case of Worcester v Georgia:

a.) ruled that the Cherokees had "an unquestionable right" to their lands.

b.) ordered the Cherokees to vacate their lands east of the Mississippi River

c.) prohibited the intermarriage of Indians and plantation workers

d.) ordered the state of Georgia to enforce Indian voting rights

 

 

 

Which of the following best explains the meaning of James K Polk’s 1844 campaign slogan Fifty Four Forty or Fight?

a.) the US government should refuse to make peace with the American Indian

b.) the US should refuse to make a treaty with Mexico

c.) He promised to fight Canada

d.) He was willing to fight Britain for the Oregon Country north to 54-40

 

 

.) Jacksonian democracy celebrated:

a.) the rise of the Whig Party

b.) the dignity of the common people in American politics

c.) the goals of increasing sectionalism in the US

d.) the ideals a strong federal government with less importance placed on state government

 

 

 

He was the first Whig to be elected President in 1840, and also a War of 1812 General.

a.) William Henry Harrison

b.) James K Polk

c.) Martin Van Buren

d.) Henry Clay

 

 

On Civil Disobedience was a philosophy expressed by:

a.) Ralph Waldo Emerson   b.) Andrew Jackson   c.) Henry David Thoreau

d.) Henry Clay

 

 

The Second Great Awakening was led by:

a.) transcendentalists  b.)evangelicals  c.) Jacksonian Democrats  d.) the rich upper class

 

 

Joseph Smith was a key religious leader for:

a.) Mormons  b.) transcendentalists  c.) Protestant Evangelicals  d.) Catholics

 

 

 

34.) Which of the following best describes a Shaker Philosophy?

a.) God cannot be found in Nature or in man, wear to live our lives independently of any belief in God

b.) Men and women should live separately, with an economy flourishing because of Shakers high attention to quality crafts and farming

c.)the equality of women in all areas of society must be a primary goal for future America

 

.)Horace Mann became a key figure in what reform movement?

a.) temperance  b.) womens rights  c.) education  d.) anti slavery

 

37.) Dorothea Dix was inspired to dedicate her life to a humanitarian crusade by:

a.) the mistreatment of women in factories

b.) the conditions in poorly funded schools

c.) the lack of schools for the blind and deaf

d.) the discovery of the confinement of the mentally ill in local jails

e.) the increased suicide rate in Pa and NY prisons

 

38.) Temperance was:

a.) an effort to end alcohol abuse in the US

b.) a way by which the federal government sought to put an end to slavery in America

c.) an issue that many believed led to family violence

39.)         Nat Turners main motivation for his actions d

 

39.)         Nat Turners main motivation for his actions were:

a.)              biblically based and spoken from God

b.)              to gain vengeance against Northenors who tried to end the gag rule

c.)               to gain popularity for his effort to run for Congress in the state of Virginia

d.)              humanitarian in nature

 

 

39.)         In the Missouri Compromise,__________ enters as free state.

a.) Missouri   b.) Illinois   c.) Texas   d.) California   e.) Maine

 

 

39.)         Era of Good Feelings President:

a.)  James Madison  b.) James Monroe  c.) Andrew Jackson  d.) John Q Adams

 

39.)         Charles Finney:

a.)  was an evangelical preacher , revivalist who led passionate sermons

b.)  became a leading voice for southern rights and an advocate of the gag rule

c.)   started the Oneida Community

d.)  was a key reformer for the deaf and blind

 

40.)         Founder of the Church of Latter Day Saints:

a.) Brigham Young   b.) James Fennimore Cooper   c.) Horace Mann  d.) Ralph Waldo Emerson e.) none of these are true

 

39.)         Created the American Spelling Book in the 1780’s

a.)  Daniel Webster b.) Noah Webster  c.) Charles Finney  d.) Horace Mann

 

The Liberator tried to reach out to people and convince them that:

a.) slavery was politically wrong

b.) slavery was a necessary evil

c.) slavery would die out over time and to just be patient

d.) slavery was morally wrong

e.) both b and c are correct

 

59.) Dorothea Dix was inspired to dedicate her life to a humanitarian movement crusade by:

a.) the mistreatment of women

b.) conditions in the poorly funded public schools

c.) discovery of confinement of the mentally ill in local jails’

d.) the lack of schools for the blind an

 

 

The Seneca Falls Convention is associated with which of the following?

a.) Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Women’s Movement of the 1800’s

b.) It was one of the Utopian Communities established in the 1820’s

c.)John C Calhoun and the South Carolina Nullification Crisis

d.) William Lloyd Garrison and the Abolitionist Movement

 

 

62.)         Women, viewed as moral leaders in the home and education, was a platform issue for the:

a.)              cult of inequality

b.)              cult of abolition

c.)               cult of domesticity

d.)              cult of ethnicity

 

63.)         Sarah and Angelina Grimke:

a.)              were key supporters of the abolition movement

b.)              were the 2 key organizers of the Seneca Falls Convention

c.)               supported states rights and South Carolina’s position on nullification

d.)              opposed voting rights for women

 

 

 

62.)         The Declaration of Sentiments(1848)

a.)  outlined womens future  aims for equality

b.)  was created by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and four other women

c.)   was created at the Seneca Falls Convention (1848)

d.)  all of these are true

 

63.)         Which word would best describe Susan B Anthony?

a.) abolitionist  b.) suffragist  c.) evangelical   d.) radical 

 

 

62.)         Led by this man, American emigrants began to settle in Texas in large numbers:

a.) Zach Taylor  b.) Santa Anna  c.) Stephen F Austin   d.) Davey Crockett

 

63.)         54-40 or fight! Became a rallying cry under his Presidency:

a.) James K Polk   b.) William Henry Harrison  c.) John Tyler

d.) Andrew Jackson

 

64.)         54- 40 or fight, refers to :

a.)  our US efforts to expand into Texas and annex

b.)  our response to the British over disputed lands along the Mississippi R

c.)   our response to the British over our aims at seizing what is now British Columbia to the 54th parallel

d.)  Santa Anna’s ultimatum at the Alamo

 

65.)         “ Remember the Alamo” became a rallying cry for this man , his troops and their efforts to capture Santa Anna.

a.) Davey Crockett  b.) Sam Houston  c.) James K Polk   d.) Winfield Scott

 

66.)         In which of the following military encounters did America NOT officially declare war by an act of Congress?

a.) World War 2   b.) the War with Mexico 1845  c.) the Vietnam War   d.) none of these apply

 

67.)         Old Fuss and Feathers:

a.) General Winfield Scott   b.) General Zach Taylor  c.) Pres James K Polk

d.) General Stephen Kearney

 

68.)         Nicknamed the Long Marcher:

69.)         A.) Stephen Kearney   b.) Zach Taylor  c.) Winfield Scott   d.) Sam Houston

70.)         In the Oregon Territory:

a.)  compromise was reached with Britain at the 49th parallel

b.)  compromise was reached with Mexico as they surrendered all of the land

c.)   compromise was never reached and we ended up going to war against Mexico

71.)         What was NOT a part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hildago?

a.)  Mexico would recognize the Rio Grande as the southern border with Texas

b.)  The US would take possession of the former Mexican provinces of California and New Mexico

c.)   Mexico would surrender all lands north from Mexico City to the US

d.)  All of these are a part of the Treaty

 

 

 

 

 

 

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