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Test questions for APUSH: 1. A map of the United States showing free and slaves states. Determine the time frame: -The compromise of 1850 2. The belief that the united states had a special mission to explore westward of the united state’s territory -Manifest destiny 3. The victorious commanding general in the sanjuancito -Samuel Houston 4. In regard to the Oregon treaty, the united states agreed on what parallel -The 49 parallel 5. What was the main issue in polks 1844 campaign -Territorial expansion of the United States 6. The United States annexed Texas during the presidency of? -President John Tyler 7. Just before Texas became a state, Texas was what? -An independent republic 8. The able commanding general of us forces in the Mexican war was? -Wilmot Proviso 9. Which of the following best describes the situation in Kansas during the antebellum period -Look for the word bloody- bleeding Kansas 10. What did advocates for manifest destiny claim was their motive -To extend liberty to new territories 11. No knowing party platform? -Anti-Catholic and anti-immigration 12. Who was the main advocate for the release of all slaves (radical) -William garrison 13. In terms of politics in the 1850s, was most noteworthy why -Sectionalism – results in the breakdown of the party system 14. Result of Uncle Tom’s cabin in 1852? -More sympathizers in the North 15. The theory that individual states don’t necessarily need to carry out federal laws that they disagree with is known as what?
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-Nullification 16. The proposal for popular sovereignty called for deciding the issue of slavery in the territories through what?
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