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1 REVIEW AMERICAN HISTORY TUBBS THE FIRST 350-ISH YEARS: from the AGE OF COLUMBUS thru the SECTIONALISM CRISIS OF THE 1850s DIRECTIONS. Indicate the single best response, according to information provided thru lecture and assigned reading, to each of the following items. 1. According to the concept of Manifest Destiny, the American people were empowered by to expand westward over the continent. a. Congress b. the Constitution c. God d. the Monroe Doctrine 2. Governor DeWitt Clinton s big ditch operated in: a. Massachusetts b. Kentucky c. New York d. Virginia 3. All of the following statements about the Constitutional Convention are true except: a. it took place in Philadelphia during the summer of 1787 b. the resulting Constitution provided the balanced system of power between the national government and the states that the Articles of Confederation lacked c. two of the existing 13 states Georgia and Rhode Island did not send delegates d. the prevailing theme for success was agreement through compromise

2 4. The key city acquired by the United States in the Louisiana Purchase is: a. Houston b. New Orleans c. Boston d. St. Louis 5. The Monroe Doctrine was aimed at: a. settling the Pacific Northwest region b. creating Indian reservations west of the Appalachian Mountains c. blocking the Western Hemisphere from extreme European influence d. admitting the Republic of Texas into the Union 6. All of the following elements were part of the Europe-to-America flow of the so-called Columbian Exchange except: a. tobacco b. horses c. bananas d. coffee 7. One of the critical episodes during the chaotic decade of the 1850s leading up to the Civil War was: a. the Boston Massacre b. defeat of Texan forces at the Alamo c. the Missouri Compromise d. bleeding Kansas 8. All of the following were, at one time or another, major obstacles to the fulfillment of Manifest Destiny during the mid-1800s except: a. existing topography b. hostile Indian tribes c. divided sentiment among the American public d. foreign governments 9. The Trail of Tears refers to the forced removal of Indians from Georgia to present-day Oklahoma. a. Cherokee b. Seneca c. Chippewa d. Seminole

3 10. During the era in history known as Manifest Destiny, Americans expanded into all of the following regions except: a. California b. the Oregon Country c. Florida d. the Great Basin 11. In his Farewell Address, President George Washington warned against: a. separation of church and state b. electing Presidents to more than two terms c. formation of political parties d. going outside without a coat during a snow blizzard 12. All of the following statements about the Louisiana Territory are true except: a. the land was purchased from France in 1803 b. eventually 15 states (part or whole) would be carved from the region c. the Corps of Discovery (aka Lewis and Clark Expedition) explored the region d. the Louisiana Territory was temporarily occupied by British forces during the War of Without the military alliance of it is doubtful the Continental Army would have won the Revolutionary War. a. Germany b. France c. Great Britain d. Spain 14. All of the following matches of events with Presidents are correct except: a. Thomas Jefferson Louisiana Purchase b. James Madison War of 1812 c. Andrew Jackson Manifest Destiny d. James Monroe Era of Good Feelings 15. The position of the Republican Party, founded during the 1850s, regarding the question of slavery can best be described as: a. abolitionist (throughout the entire United States) b. opposed expansion (into new territories and states) c. popular sovereignty (by residents within each state) d. limited expansion (south of the Mason-Dixon Line only)

4 16. All of the following statements about the War of 1812 are true except: a. it produced two of the grandest symbols of American patriotism the Uncle Sam caricature and The Star-Spangled Banner b. the greatest defeat suffered by American forces occurred at the Battle of the Alamo c. it is sometimes referred to as the Second American Revolution d. the war came about when differences between Great Britain and France spilled across the Atlantic Ocean to involve the United States 17. John Gast s painting entitled American Progress (circa 1872) is an allegorical representation of the: a. Revolutionary War b. Manifest Destiny movement c. Pilgrims voyage to America aboard the Mayflower d. Lewis and Clark Expedition 18. The principal crop of the South during the mid-1800s was: a. tobacco b. cotton c. rice d. pineapples 19. The stretched from Maryland to Illinois. a. Oregon Trail b. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad c. northern boundary of the Louisiana Purchase d. National Road 20. The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ended the: a. French and Indian War b. Revolutionary War c. War of 1812 d. Mexican War 21. All of the following were black Americans associated with abolition of slavery except: a. Sojourner Truth b. Frederick Douglass c. Harriet Tubman d. John Brown

5 22. The purpose of the Seneca Falls Convention of 1848 was to promote: a. abolition of slavery b. gender equality c. prohibition of alcohol d. peace with Mexico 23. The Whig Party arose during the 1830s chiefly out of opposition to: a. President Andrew Jackson b. the Tariff of Abominations c. secession of southern states from the Union d. Manifest Destiny 24. The group of renowned senators who became known as the Great Triumvirate did not include: a. Henry Clay (Kentucky) b. Daniel Webster (Massachusetts) c. John C. Calhoun (South Carolina) d. Stephen Douglas (Illinois) 25. All of the following matches of future states with larger regions are correct except: a. Connecticut thirteen British colonies in North America b. South Dakota Louisiana Territory c. Washington Oregon Country d. Kansas New Spain (Mexico) 26. Uncle Sam and Columbia are personifications of: a. the United States (male and female versions) b. the continents of North America and Europe c. America s two major political parties Democrat and Republican d. the North (Union) and the South (Confederacy) 27. A tariff is a tax levied on: a. imported goods b. manufactured exports c. services performed by private companies d. any product shipped across state lines

6 28. The group of people known as the Virginia Dynasty were: a. kings b. explorers c. Presidents d. southern plantation owners 29. The correct chronological order of the events listed is: a. Era of Good Feelings Whiskey Rebellion Louisiana Purchase War of 1812 b. War of 1812 Era of Good Feelings Whiskey Rebellion Louisiana Purchase c. Louisiana Purchase War of 1812 Era of Good Feelings Whiskey Rebellion d. Whiskey Rebellion Louisiana Purchase War of 1812 Era of Good Feelings 30. The Articles of Confederation failed as America s first constitution because too much power was granted to and not enough to the national government. a. the states b. Congress c. foreign countries d. the Supreme Court 31. The person who made the famous statement Give me Liberty, or give me Death! was: a. John Hancock b. Paul Revere c. Samuel Adams d. Patrick Henry BONUS. From the common types of leaf margins diagrammed below, circle the one for which doubly serrate is the correct description.

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