CHAPTER 12 AP AMERICAN

CHAPTER 12 AP AMERICAN - CHAPTER 12 AP AMERICAN 1 Sacajawea...

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1 Sacajawea led the Sioux in their wars to dominate the Great Plains. False 2 James Tallmadge opposed the admission of Missouri as a slave state. True 3 The Missouri Compromise allowed slavery in most of the area of the Louisiana Purchase. False 4 Martin Van Buren supported Andrew Jackson in the 1824 election. False 5 Andrew Jackson won more popular and electoral votes in the election of 1824. True . 6 Which of the following is NOT part of the Missouri Compromise? c. slavery was prohibited North of 36' 30" in the Louisiana Purchase area$ 7 An effect of the Panic of 1819 was: c. it alienated many Americans from President Adams, costing him reelection 8 Which of the following believed that the solution to the sectional politics that seemed to underlie the "Era of Good Feelings" was a strong national party? b. Martin Van Buren 9 Which of the following was NOT a candidate for President in the 1824 election? b. Martin Van Buren
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This note was uploaded on 09/01/2010 for the course AM 2156246854 taught by Professor Durn during the Spring '10 term at Alma College.

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CHAPTER 12 AP AMERICAN - CHAPTER 12 AP AMERICAN 1 Sacajawea...

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