Antebellum_Era-Pre_Civil_War_Multiple_Choice_Review - 1.The...

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1.The economic revolution that transformed America between 1820 and 1860 brought all of the following changes except A) the development of a national market economy B) the appearance of a major manufacturing sector C) the creation of a more united country D) the alliance of the Northeast and Northwest E) the participation of farmers in the increasingly international economy 2. The American population of the 1820s and 1830s was characterized by A) all of the answers below B) migration from the South to the North C) slow growth in numbers D) significant movement to the East E) extensive movement to towns and cities 3. Much of the population increase of the 1820s resulted from A) a major increase in the importation of slaves B) a rapid rise in immigration from central Europe C) a rapid rise in immigration from Europe D) a slow decline in the mortality rate E) a higher birth rate than in the 1700s 4. The city that gained the most from the success of the Erie Canal was A) New York B) Philadelphia C) Baltimore D) Albany E) Buffalo 5. The United States of the 1840s and 1850s saw all of the following developments except A) the rapid growth of Northeastern cities B) a booming agricultural economy in the West C) a major movement of shipping to the Great Lakes D) a sharp decline in immigration from Europe E) the rise of close economic ties between the Northeast and Northwest 6. All of the following statements are true of Irish and German immigrants of the 1840s except A) the Germans tended to settle in the Northwest more than the Irish did B) the Germans came over in family groups or as single men more than the Irish did C) the Irish had less money when they arrived than the Germans did D) the Irish settled largely in eastern cities E) the Irish tended to become farmers more than the Germans did 7. In general, nativists believed that A) Catholics should be trusted if they took an oath of allegiance B) immigrants enriched American culture C) the Irish should be admired for their ability to organize politically D) immigrants should be allowed to vote after one year residence in any state E) immigrants were politically corrupt and took jobs away from U.S. citizens 8. The Know-Nothing party was formed largely around the idea of A) vetoing the charter renewal for the Bank of the United States B) passing laws that discriminated against Irish Catholics C) ending slavery through the use of military force D) demanding internal improvements for the western states E) seeking reparations for Indians who had been removed 9. The form of transportation that had the biggest impact on the 1830s was the A) turnpike B) steamboat C) canal D) railroad E) improved horse carriage 10. The Erie Canal revolutionized domestic markets because it permitted the A) shipment of wheat from Chicago to the Pacific Northwest B) transfer of goods from New York to New Orleans along inland waterways C) transport of gold from California to the East coast D) movement of cotton from the Deep South to New England
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2011 for the course HIST 101 taught by Professor Grenville during the Spring '11 term at Jefferson.

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