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1 Test-Chapter 10 Name Pd. Matching (1 pt each) Match the key term with the correct definition. USE CAPITAL LETTERS FOR YOUR ANSWERS. a. Marbury v. Madison b. Treaty of Ghent c. Battle of Tippecanoe d. Impressment e. Laissez Faire f. Louisiana Purchase g. Embargo h. Battle of Lake Erie i. Judicial Review j. Battle of New Orleans 1. Practice of forcing people into military service. 2. Power of the Supreme Court to decide if acts of a President or laws passed by Congress are constitutional. 3. In the War of 1812 an American water victory led by Oliver Perry against the British. 4. Peace treaty signed by Britain and the United States at the end of the War of An 1803 court case in which the Supreme Court ruled it had the power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were constitutional and reject those that were not. 6. Idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs. 7. Vast territory between the Mississippi and Rocky Mountains, purchased from France. 8. In 1811, a battle over white settlement in the Indiana Territory. 9. A ban on trade. 10. At the end of the War of 1812, a battle between British and American forces that ended in an American victory. (Hint: Think of the song born on a bayou )

2 Multiple Choice (2 pts. each) Read the question carefully and then choose the correct response from the answer choices. USE CAPITAL LETTERS FOR YOUR ANSWERS. 11. From which major foreign nation did the United States Purchase Louisiana? a. Spain b. Great Britain c. France d. Haiti 12. Which of the following is the BEST example of Thomas Jefferson s democratic style? a. He ate at Conrad and McMunn s the morning of his inauguration. b. His support of the French Revolution caused some Federalists to worry. c. He did not treat the Federalists harshly. d. He wore casual clothes and shook hands when greeting people. 13. Which of the following was NOT an EFFECT of the Lewis and Clark expedition? a. Increased knowledge about plant and animal life in the west b. Immediate settlement of western lands by pioneers c. Increased knowledge about Native American cultures d. A map showing a route to the Pacific Ocean 14. Which of the following is a way that BOTH Britain and France disregarded American neutrality? a. Both demanded a yearly tribute from the United States. b. Both impressed American sailors into the service of their navies. c. Both captured American ships bound for Europe. d. Both used an embargo to hinder American economic growth. 15. Which action BEST reflects Jefferson s determination to REDUCE the size and power of the federal government? a. He kept the Bank of the United States open. b. He cut the federal budget. c. He continued to pay state debts from federal funds. d. He allowed many Federalists to keep their government jobs. 16. Why did conflicts between Native Americans and settlers grow after 1800? a. Native Americans did not honor treaties with the United States. b. Settlers use of resources threatened the Native Americans way of life. c. Little Turtle tired to drive settlers from the Ohio Valley. d. Native Americans demanded tribute from white settlers. 17. Which person WROTE the DECISION establishing the principle of judicial review? a. Albert Gallatin b. Adam Smith c. Meriwether Lewis d. John Marshall

3 18. Which statement BEST describes conditions in the United States as it entered the War of 1812? a. Canadians were calling for American help to remove British rule. b. The free market had produced a strong economy based on worldwide trade. c. A small army and navy lacked the training to face the British military. d. People from all regions of the country were united in favor of the war. 19. What formed the route that most western farmers used to ship goods in 1803? a. The Appalachian Mountains b. The Mississippi River c. The continental divide d. The Atlantic Ocean 20. Which of these statements does NOT reflect Jefferson s belief about government? a. The federal budget should be reduced. b. The United States Army and Navy are too large. c. The federal government should play a major role in people s lives. d. There are too many government employees. 21. How did Britain and France violate the neutrality of American ships? a. Britain and France forced the United States to trade their ships for supplies. b. British and French navies seized American ships. c. Britain and France refused to trade with American ships. d. British and French navies destroyed American ships. 22. What is one reason that France sold Louisiana to the United States? a. Napoleon wanted to establish friendly relations with the United States. b. Napoleon wanted to prevent British occupation of the territory. c. Napoleon wanted to reestablish American neutrality. d. Napoleon needed money to finance his wars in Europe. 23. Which of the following was a RESULT of the Embargo Act? a. It increased Jefferson s popularity with New England merchants. b. It badly hurt American shipping and agriculture activities. c. It increases American trade with non-european nations. d. It led to Jefferson s defeat in the election of Which of the following is an example of judicial review? a. Congress votes to approve a Supreme Court appointment. b. A newspaper editorial criticizes a Supreme Court decision. c. A decision by a lower court is appealed to the Supreme Court. d. The Supreme Court rules that a new law violates the Constitution. 25. Which leader was William Henry Harrison describing in this statement: He is one of those uncommon geniuses which spring up occasionally to produce revolutions and overturn the established order of things. a. Thomas Jefferson b. Tenskwatawa, the Prophet c. Tecumseh d. Chief Justice John Marshall

4 Essay (10 pts) Choose 1 of 2 Complete the essay of your choice. Answer the question FULLY and COMPLETELY giving as much information as you can. Make sure to address each part of the question. 26. Choose ONE of these events of Thomas Jefferson s presidency, and evaluate one positive and one negative effect on the United States: efforts to reduce the size of the federal government; the adaptation of laissez-faire economic ideas; or the Embargo Act. 27. Choose ONE of the following developments that happened between 1800 and 1812: The precedent of judicial review; the Louisiana Purchase; the growth of overseas trade. Analyze the impact that this development had on the young nation.

5 Test-Chapter 10 (Modified) Name Pd. Matching (1 pt each) Match the key term with the correct definition. USE CAPITAL LETTERS FOR YOUR ANSWERS. a. Marbury v. Madison b. Treaty of Ghent c. Battle of Tippecanoe d. Impressment e. Laissez Faire f. Louisiana Purchase g. Embargo h. Battle of Lake Erie i. Judicial Review j. Battle of New Orleans 1. Practice of forcing people into military service. 2. Power of the Supreme Court to decide if acts of a President or laws passed by Congress are constitutional. 3. In the War of 1812 an American water victory led by Oliver Perry against the British. 4. Peace treaty signed by Britain and the United States at the end of the War of An 1803 court case in which the Supreme Court ruled it had the power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were constitutional and reject those that were not. 6. Idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs. 7. Vast territory between the Mississippi and Rocky Mountains, purchased from France. 8. In 1811, a battle over white settlement in the Indiana Territory. 9. A ban on trade. 10. At the end of the War of 1812, a battle between British and American forces that ended in an American victory. (Hint: Think of the song born on a bayou )

6 Multiple Choice (2 pts. each) Read the question carefully and then choose the correct response from the answer choices. USE CAPITAL LETTERS FOR YOUR ANSWERS. 11. From which major foreign nation did the United States Purchase Louisiana? a. Spain b. Great Britain c. France d. Haiti 12. Which of the following is the BEST example of Thomas Jefferson s democratic style? a. He ate at Conrad and McMunn s the morning of his inauguration. b. His support of the French Revolution caused some Federalists to worry. c. He did not treat the Federalists harshly. d. He wore casual clothes and shook hands when greeting people. 13. Which of the following was NOT an EFFECT of the Lewis and Clark expedition? a. Increased knowledge about plant and animal life in the west b. Immediate settlement of western lands by pioneers c. Increased knowledge about Native American cultures d. A map showing a route to the Pacific Ocean 14. Which of the following is a way that BOTH Britain and France disregarded American neutrality? a. Both demanded a yearly tribute from the United States. b. Both impressed American sailors into the service of their navies. c. Both captured American ships bound for Europe. d. Both used an embargo to hinder American economic growth. 15. Which action BEST reflects Jefferson s determination to REDUCE the size and power of the federal government? a. He kept the Bank of the United States open. b. He cut the federal budget. c. He continued to pay state debts from federal funds. d. He allowed many Federalists to keep their government jobs. 16. Why did conflicts between Native Americans and settlers grow after 1800? a. Native Americans did not honor treaties with the United States. b. Settlers use of resources threatened the Native Americans way of life. c. Little Turtle tried to drive settlers from the Ohio Valley. d. Native Americans demanded tribute from white settlers. 17. Which person WROTE the DECISION establishing the principle of judicial review? a. Albert Gallatin b. Adam Smith c. Meriwether Lewis d. John Marshall

7 18. Which statement BEST describes conditions in the United States as it entered the War of 1812? a. Canadians were calling for American help to remove British rule. b. The free market had produced a strong economy based on worldwide trade. c. A small army and navy lacked the training to face the British military. d. People from all regions of the country were united in favor of the war. 19. What formed the route that most western farmers used to ship goods in 1803? a. The Appalachian Mountains b. The Mississippi River c. The continental divide d. The Atlantic Ocean 20. Which of these statements does NOT reflect Jefferson s belief about government? a. The federal budget should be reduced. b. The United States Army and Navy are too large. c. The federal government should play a major role in people s lives. d. There are too many government employees. 21. How did Britain and France violate the neutrality of American ships? a. Britain and France forced the United States to trade their ships for supplies. b. British and French navies seized American ships. c. Britain and France refused to trade with American ships. d. British and French navies destroyed American ships. 22. What is one reason that France sold Louisiana to the United States? a. Napoleon wanted to establish friendly relations with the United States. b. Napoleon wanted to prevent British occupation of the territory. c. Napoleon wanted to reestablish American neutrality. d. Napoleon needed money to finance his wars in Europe. 23. Which of the following was a RESULT of the Embargo Act? a. It increased Jefferson s popularity with New England merchants. b. It badly hurt American shipping and agriculture activities. c. It increases American trade with non-european nations. d. It led to Jefferson s defeat in the election of Which of the following is an example of judicial review? a. Congress votes to approve a Supreme Court appointment. b. A newspaper editorial criticizes a Supreme Court decision. c. A decision by a lower court is appealed to the Supreme Court. d. The Supreme Court rules that a new law violates the Constitution. 25. Which leader was William Henry Harrison describing in this statement: He is one of those uncommon geniuses which spring up occasionally to produce revolutions and overturn the established order of things. a. Thomas Jefferson b. Tenskwatawa, the Prophet c. Tecumseh d. Chief Justice John Marshall

8 Essay (5 pts each) Choose 1 of 2 Complete the essay of your choice. Answer the question FULLY and COMPLETELY giving as much information as you can. Make sure to address each part of the question. 26. Choose ONE of these events of Thomas Jefferson s presidency, and evaluate one positive and one negative effect on the United States: efforts to reduce the size of the federal government; the adaptation of laissez-faire economic ideas; or the Embargo Act. 27. Choose ONE of the following developments that happened between 1800 and 1812: The precedent of judicial review; the Louisiana Purchase; the growth of overseas trade. Analyze the impact that this development had on the young nation.

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