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Ben A. Cam A. A’Lasia A. Gio A. APUSH - Brubaker, Pd. 5 17 December 2018 APUSH Baseball Questions Ben’s 10 1. What state became known as the "Burned-Over District"? A: New York 2. What was the main source of labor in the Chesapeake colonies?: A: Indentured Servants. 3. During the Reconstruction, what did most former slaves end up becoming? A:Sharecroppers 4. What was the significance of the “bleeding kansas” battle? A:It was the first battle that represented Northern and Southern slavery views. 5. What colony passed an act of toleration and who did it protect? A: Maryland; Catholics and Protestants 6. What was the Republican position on slavery in the 1850's? A:Their view was to leave slavery alone where it existed but did not allow it to expand further into other territories. 7. List four traits of the Federalist Party A:Strong central government; For the elites; Favored Britain; Loose interpretation; Protective tariffs; etc. 8. What were the two parts of the 10% Plan?: A: States had to formally recognize the abolition of slavery in their constitutions and 10% of registered voters had to pledge their loyalty to the Union 9. What was the significance of the Pullmans strike and what did it do? A:The strike was the first time the government used a court injunction and it cut wages by a third. 10. What did the national government provide railroad corporations with to help finance the transcontinental railroad construction?
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