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89. THE GREATEST CHALLENGE FACING THE FIRST WASHING ADMINISTRATION WAS SETTING THE GOVERNMENT'S FINANCES IN ORDER
90. IN THE EARLY 1790S, BRITISH ACTIONS TOWARD THE UNITED STATES INDICATED DISDAIN FOR AMERICAN RIGHTS
91. BY 1810, ONE FIFTH OF THE AMERICAN POPULATION WAS MADE UP OF BLACKS
92. UPON ARRIVING IN THE WEST, MANY SETTLERS TRIED TO TRANSPLANT THEIR EASTERN CUSTOMS, HAD TO ADAPT TO A NEW ENVIRONMENT, WERE ABLE TO GENERATE DISTINCTIVE FOLKWAYS, AND DEPENDED ON WATER TRANSPORTATION. (ALL OF THE ABOVE)
93. THOMAS JEFFERSON'S ATTITUDE TOWARD NATIVE AMERICANS SHOWED THAT HE RESPECTED THEM AS PEOPLE, AND WAS IMPRESSED BY THIER CULTURE
94. AMERICAN PROSPERITY IN THE EARLY 1800S WAS BASED ON AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE
95. THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION TRAVELED UP THE MISSOURI RIVER TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
96. ON THE ISSUE OF SLAVERY, JEFFERSON IRONICALLY WANTED THE SLAVE TRADE OUTLAWED, EVEN THOUGH HE WAS A SLAVE OWNER
97. AS THE NAPOLEONIC WARS BROKE OUT IN EUROPE, THE UNITED STATES TOOK ADVANTAGE OF THE SITUATION
98. THESE CONGRESSMEN BELIEVED IT WAS IMPERATIVE THAT THE UNITED STATES ACQUIRE CANADA WAR HAWKS
99. AT THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, BRITISH FORCES WERE DEFEATED BY ANDREW JACKSON AND HIS TROOPS
100. WHY WERE REGIONAL IDENTITIES FORMED IN THE U.S. IN THE EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY? PEOPLE WANTED TO DEFEND THEIR SHARED ECONOMIC INTERESTS, IT WAS DIFFICULT TO TRAVEL FAR, AND THERE WERE DISTINCT REGIONAL SUBCULTURES
101. WHY DID PEOPLE MOST TO THE WEST IN THE 1800S? PEOPLE MOVED TO CREATED OPPORTUNITIES WITH FARMS ON THE RICH SOIL
102. HOW DID WHITE AMERICANS INTERACT WITH NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE EARLY 1800S? THEY USED VIOLENCE AND TRICKERY TO KILL INDIANS AND GAIN THEIR LAND
103. WHAT WAS THE MAIN FUNCTION OF AMERICAN CITIES DURING THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA? TO SERVE AS DEPOTS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE
104. IN WHAT WAYS WAS JEFFERSON A POWERFUL PRESIDENT? HE DEVELOPED CLOSE TIES WITH CONGRESS, WORKING CLOSELY WITH LEGISLATORS TO REACH MANY OF HIS POLITICAL GOALS.
105. HOW DID LIES AND RUMORS LEAD THE UNITED STATES CLOSER TO THE WAR OF 1812? ENGLAND LIED ABOUT LIFTING TRADE EMBARGOES AND CAUSING CONFLICTS WITH INDIANS TO THE WEST, INFURIATED AMERICANS AND MAKING THEM READY FOR WAR
106. WHY DID MANY NEW ENGLANDERS OPPOSE WAR WITH GREAT BRITAIN? THEY WERE ALREADY ENGAGED IN THEIR OWN CONFLICTS WITH THE FRENCH IN CANDA AND COULDN'T SUPPORT TWO WARS
107. IN WHAT WAYS WAS THE WAR OF 1812 STRANGE? THE U.S. BELIEVED IT COULD WIN WITH A DECENTRALIZED GOVERNMENT AND LITTLE MONEY OR MILITARY POWER AGAINST THE MOST POWERFUL NATION IN THE WORLD
108. WHY DID GREAT BRITAIN ENGAGE IN THE WAR OF 1812? IT WANTED TO REGAIN CONTROL OF THE U.S. AND ITS CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES
109. HOW WAS THE WAR OF 1812 BOTH A SUCCESS AND A FAILURE FOR AMERICANS? THE U.S. FELT UNITED AS A NATION AND PROUD OF THEIR COUNTRY, YET IT DID NOT RECEIVE MARITIME RIGHTS OR IMPRESSMENTS PROMISES
110. THE FIRST GOAL OF POSTWAR EXPANSIONISTS IN THE UNITED STATES AFTER 1810 WAS TO OBTAIN FLORIDA FROM SPAIN
111. THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE OF 1820 INVOLVED EACH OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT (B) MISSOURI WAS ADMITTED AS A SLAVE STATE ON CONDITION THAT SLAVERY BE PHASED OUT OVER A PERIOD OF TIME
112. HOW DID THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE IMPACT SLAVERY? IT REDUCED THE NUMBER OF STATES WHERE SLAVERY WAS LEGAL
113. HOW DID THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE IMPACT THE FUTURE OF NORTH-SOUTH RELATION IN THE U.S.? IT RESOLVED MAJOR NORTH-SOUTH CONFLICT
114. WHY DID THE MONROE DOCTRINE MAKE LITTLE IMPRESSION ON EUROPEAN POWERS? THEY DIDN'T SEE THE U.S. AS A SIGNIFICANT ENOUGH MILITARY POWER TO FEEL THREATENED ABOUT THEIR SUPPORT OF LATIN AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE
115. HOW DID HOTELS SYMBOLIZE THE AMERICAN SPIRIT IN THE 1820S-1840S? LIKE DEMOCRACY, THEY WERE OPEN TO ALL WHITE MEN BUT CLOSED TO WOMAN, BLACKS, AND INDIANS; THEY ALSO SHOWED HOW PEOPLE WERE MOBILE--PHYSICALLY, SOCIALLY, ECONOMICALLY, POLITICALLY
116. IN WHAT WAYS WAS THE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY AN ILLUSION IN THE 1820S-40S? NOT ONLY WERE WOMEN AND AFRICAN AND NATIVE AMERICANS EXCLUDED, BUT EVEN THE IDEA THAT ALL WHITE MEN BEGAN LIFE WITH EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES WAS FALSE
117. WHAT ECONOMIC ISSUES OF THE MID-1800S DO AMERICANS STILL STRUGGLE WITH TODAY? BOOMS AND BUSTS IN THE MARKETS, WHICH GOODS TO ASSIGN TARIFFS TO, HOW MUCH THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHOULD REGULATE COMMERCE, AND FOREIGN COMPETITION OF MANUFACTURED GOODS (ALL OF THE ABOVE)
118. IN AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES WIN WHICH HUSBAND AND WIFE WERE OFTEN SEPARATED, WHO WAS TYPICALLY CONSIDERED THE HEAD OF THE FAMILY THE MOTHER
119. SLAVES USUALLY NAMED THEIR CHILDREN AFTER ________, WHICH ILLUSTRATED IMPORTANCE OF ________ FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS FAMILY MEMBERS AND ANCESTORS; KINSHIP
120. WGAT WAS THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD? A INFORMAL NETWORK OF PEOPLE THAT HELPED FUGITIVE SLAVES AKE THEIR WAY TO THE NORTH
121. THE TYPICAL WAY FOR MOST SLAVES TO EXPRESS DISCONTENT WAS PASSIVE RESISTANCE
122. WHICH IDENTIFIES AN IMPORTANT AFFECT OF THE VIOLENT SLAVE REBELLION OF 1831? WHITE SOUTHERNERS BECAME MORE COMMITTED TO QUASHING ANTISLAVERY IDEAS
123. WHICH IDENTIFIES A MAJOR CONTRADICTION IN THE ATTITUDES OF SOUTHERN YEOMAN FARMERS? THEY WERE STAUNCH SUPPORTERS OF SLAVERY EVEN THOUGH THEY RARELY OWNED SLAVES
124. ABOLITIONISM RECEIVED ITS GREATEST SUPPORT IN THE SMALL TO MEDIUM-SIZED TOWNS OF THE UPPER NORTH
125. ________ BECAME ONE OF THE MOST SIGNIFICANT LEADERS OF THE WOMEN'S RIGHTS MOVEMENT ELIZABETH CADY STANTON
126. IN 1848 AT SENECA FALL, NEW YORK, THE FIRST NATIONAL GATHERING OF FEMINISTS TOOK PLACE
127. UNLIKE THE NORTH, REVIVALISM IN SOUTHERN STATES DID NOT SEEK TO IMPROVE THE MORALS OF SOCIETY
128. AS A RESULT OF CHANGES IN THE MIDDLE-CLASS FAMILY, NINETEENTH-CENTURY CHILDREN INCREASINGLY BECAME VIEWED AS INDIVIDUALS
129. WHAT IDENTIFIES A KEY REASON AWHY SOCIETY BEGAN FOCUSING ON CHILDHOOD IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY? FAMILIES GOT SMALLER AND INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN BECAME MORE HIGHLY VALUED
130. IN PRACTICE, WORKING-CLASS FAMILIES VIEWED THE NEW PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS DEPRIVING THEM OF NEEDED WAGE EARNERS
131. WHICH DID THE IDEA OF MANIFEST DESTINY ENCOURAGE? TERRITORIAL EXPANSION
132. THE MOST EXTREME FORM OF MANIFEST DESTINY MEANT THE UNITED STATES WOULD OCCUPY ALL THE LAND OCCUPIED TOAY BY THE UNITED STATES AND CANDA
133. WHAT BEST CHARACTERIZES HOW THE LABOR FORCE CHANGED DURING THE 1800S? MALE WORKERS MADE THE TRANSITION FROMO BEING ARTISANS TO BEING FACTORY WORKERS
134. A SMALLER CONFLICT OVER SLAVERY, WHICH PREFIGURED THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, WAS FOUGHT IN WHICH STATE DURING THE LATE 1850S? KANSAS
135. IN THE POTTAWATOMIE MASSACRE, JOHN BROWN AND HIS FOLLOWERS KILLED FIVE PROSLAVERY SETTLERS IN COLD BLOOD
136. IN THE 1850S, THE MOST IMPORTANT EXAMPLE OF LITERARY ABOLITIONISM WAS UNCLE TOMS CABIN
137. IN THE CASE OF DRED SCOTT VS. SANDFORD, A SLAVE SUED ON THE GROUNDS THAT HE LIVED IN A FREE STATE SO HE SHOUL BE A FREE MAN
138. WHAT WAS ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S POSITION ON SLAVERY IN HIS DEBATES WITH STEPHEN DOUGLAS DURING THE 1858 SENATE RACE HE FAVORED ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN ALL THE STATES AND TERRITORIES
139. DURING THE 1840S, WHICH STATEMENT WAS TRUE OF MOST NORTHERNERS? THEY DISLIKED SLAVERY AND DETESTED ABOLITIONISM
140. AS A RESULT OF THE REVISED FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW IN THE COMPROMISE OF 1850, IT BECAME EASIER TO KIDNAP AND ESLAVE FREE AFRICAN AMERICANS
141. WHICH BEST EXPLAINS THE RAPID GROWTH OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY IN THE 1850S? POSITION ON SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORIES
142. THE GROWING DIVISION BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH DURING THE 1840S AND 1850S WAS INCREASINGLY SEEN IN CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL TERMS
143. WHICH WAS THE INTENDED MESSAGE OF SOUTHERN LITERATURE DURING THE 1840S AND 1850S? THAT GENTEEL SOUTHERN CIVILIZATION WAS SUPERIOR TO GREEDY NORTHERN CULTURE
144. WHY DID UNCLE TOM'S CABIN HAVE SUCH AN EMOTIONAL IMPACT ON AMERICANS IN THE 1850S? IT PORTRAYED SOUTHERNERS AS GREEDY, IMMORAL BARBARIANS
145. IN HIS DEBATES WITH STEPHEN DOUGLAS, ABRAHAM LINCOLN SUGGESTED THAT NOT OPPOSING SLAVERY WAS THE SAME AS ENDORSING IT
146. HOW DID SOUTHERNERS REACT TO LINCOLN'S VICTORY IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1860? THEY LAUNCHED A MOVEMENT TO SECEDE FROM THE UNION
147. WHAT TO MOST MODERN HISTORIANS BELIEVE ABWAS THE UNDERLYING CAUSE OF THE BREAKUP OF THE UNION? IDEOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES OVER THE MORALITY AND UTILITY OF SLAVERY
148. WHAT SOUTHERN STATE WAS THE FIRST TO SECEDE FROM THE UNION? SOUTH CAROLINA
149. AS A WAR LEADER, JEFFERSON DAVIS LACKED INITIATIVE AND LEADERSHIP ON THE HOME FRONT.
150. THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION REQUIRED THE GOVERNMENT TO PROTECT SLAVERY IN THE STATES AND THE TERRITORIES
151. THE FIRST SHOTS OF THE CIVIL WAR WERE FIRED AT FORT SUMTER
152. WHICH WAS MOST COMMON IN DETERMINING WHETHER A STATE SUPPORTED THE NORTH OF SOUTH IN THE CIVIL WAR? VIEWS ON WHETHER OR NOT STATES HAD THE RIGHT TO SECEDE FROM THE UNION
153. THE FIRST MAJOR BATTLE OF THE WAR, AT BULL RUN, RESULTED IN A CONFEDERATE VICTORY
154. THE BLOODIEST ONE-DAY BATTLE OF THE WAR WAS ________, WHICH TOOK PLACE ON SEPTEMBER 17, 1862 ANTIETAM
155. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION FREED ONLY SLAVES IN THE CONFEDERATE CONTROLLED AREAS
156. DURING THE CIVIL WAR, ABOUT _______ AFRICAN AMERICANS SERVED IN THE UNION ARMY 200,000
157. WHO SURRENDERED TO THE UNION ARMY AT APPOMATTOX COURT HOUSE IN APRIL OF 1865? GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE
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