HIS 1053—TurneyExam 3 Study GuideMultiple Choice OptionYou may be asked questions from chapters 16-29. To make it more manageable for studying I have broken out the topics by chapter so you will know what questions to study. Do not memorize the answer’s alphabetic answer as they answers may be shuffled and/or read slightly differently. Instead study the questions as terms and concepts. Note that questions from chapters 16-20 are based on the same questions from previous exams (there are no new topics in those chpaters).Chapter 16 and 17Lincoln’s ten percent plan; southern state could be readmitted into the US if at least 10% of pop. Swore and oath of allegiance to the Union.Fourteenth Amendment; Grants citizenship to all people.1876 Election; Tilden won popular vote but needed one more electoral vote. Democrats in some states had won by complete fraud and violence.Role of government in settling the West; Louisiana Purchase, War of 1812, from 1816-1821 6 new states joined.Sand Creek Massacre; US vs. Cheyenne & Arapaho. Indians tried to make peace but when hunting, they wereattacked and murdered by the US.Wounded Knee Massacre; Last battle between Sioux & US. “Ghost Dance” thought they were being punishedby the gods for fading from their traditions.Chapter 18Mark Twain’s Gilded Age reference; Corruption in the Golden era.Comstock Law of 1873; Laws making contraception and abortion illegal.Chapter 19Knights of Labor; Began as a secret society. Wanted political reform, equal pay, and fix the graduated incometax.End of the Populist PartyHeated debate over TariffChapter 20New ImmigrantsBooker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuboisTheodore RooseveltSixteenth Amendment; Income Tax.