Review Test Submission: Exam 2 Part I Unit 3 TestQuestion 14 out of 4 pointsFounded by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848, this community was for people who could find religious conversion and complete release from sin.Selected Answer:Oneida CommunityAnswers:Brook FarmOneida CommunityAmana SocietyNew HarmonyQuestion 24 out of 4 pointsCharles G. Finney (1792-1875), ordained by the Presbyterian Church in 1824, became the most prominent minister of the Second Great Awakening, leading religious revivals throughout the Northeast. Finney would become known as the “father of modern revivalism.”Selected Answer:TrueAnswers:TrueFalseQuestion 34 out of 4 pointsThecore belief in this movement promotes an ideal spiritualstate that 'transcends' the physical and empirical and is only realized through theindividual's intuition, rather than through the doctrines ofestablished religions.It placed individualism at a highlevel.Selected Answer:Transcendentalist movementAnswers:Abolitionist movementDomesticity movementTranscendentalist movementTemperance movementQuestion 4
4 out of 4 pointsDuring slavery, Harriet Tubman assisted over 100,000 slaves to freedom through an internal network ofsecret routes and safe houses which became known as the:Selected Answer:Underground RailroadAnswers:Trail of TearsIndian RemovalUnderground RailroadSeneca Falls ConventionQuestion 50 out of 4 pointsThis party’s main purpose was opposing the expansion of slaveryinto the territories.Selected Answer:RepublicansAnswers:Liberty PartyRepublicansDemocratsWhigsQuestion 64 out of 4 pointsThe Tariff of 1824 did not favor the Middle Atlantic and New England manufacturers by increasing the duties on woolens, cotton, iron, and other finished goods.Selected Answer:FalseAnswers:TrueFalseQuestion 74 out of 4 pointsJohn C. Calhoun was considered the “great compromiser” because he spearheadedthe Missouri Compromise as well as promoted an extensive economic plan called the “American System.”Selected Answer:False
Answers:TrueFalseQuestion 84 out of 4 pointsUnions faced many challenges as they sought recognition to organize workers and it was not until the Massachusetts Supreme Court ruled in Commonwealth v. Hunt(1842) that labor unions made headway in the United States. Commonwealth v. Huntdetermined that it was not illegal to form a trade union nor was the demand that employers hire only members of the union. Selected Answer:TrueAnswers:TrueFalseQuestion 94 out of 4 pointsBy 1832 the Second Bank of the United States, holding 30 branches, had become the most important financial institution in the nation. Operated by Philadelphia’s Andrew Jackson, the bank became very powerful by assigning investment roles for each of its branches.