31_Quiz - 31 Quiz 1. The term "manifest destiny" is...

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31 Quiz 1. The term "manifest destiny" is associated with what country? A. United States B. Great Britain C. Japan D. Germany E. Russia 2. In 1803, the United States doubled in size after the Louisiana territory was purchased from A. Mexico B. Spain C. Canada D. Great Britain E. France 3. The Indians who relocated from the eastern woodlands to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears were the A. Iroquois B. Sioux C. Cherokee D. Apache E. Pawnee 4. The last major Indian victory against the United States armed forces came in 1876 at the Battle of A. Little Big Horn B. Wounded Knee C. The Plains D. Topeka E. Bleeding Kansas 5. The last major Indian resistance was defeated in 1890 at the Battle of A. Little Big Horn B. Etowah C. Fort Apache D. Sioux River E. Wounded Knee
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6. The main spark for the outbreak of the Mexican-American War in 1845 was the United States' acceptance of the new state of A. New Mexico B. Missouri C. Arizona D. Texas E. California
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7. The United States agreed to pay Mexico $15 million for Texas, California, and New Mexico as part of the Treaty of A. Texan Succession B. Guadalupe Hidalgo C. Adams-Onis D. Paris E. Mexico City 8. Which future state did not pass from Mexico to the United States as part of the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo? A. Louisiana B. California C. Texas D. New Mexico E. Arizona 9. Which of the following was not one of the chief factors for the outbreak of the American Civil War? A. The election of Abraham Lincoln B. The issue of slavery C. The imperatives of a budding industrial-capitalist system against those of an export-oriented plantation economy D. The traditional argument between a British or French alliance E. States' rights as opposed to the federal government's authority 10. The U.S. Civil War changed character on 1 January 1863, after A. The Battle of Gettysburg B. Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation C. The Nat Turner slave rebellion D. The Battle of Antietam E. The Confederate states signed an alliance with the British 11. Which of the following is not one of the reasons for the victory of the northern states in the U.S. Civil War? A. The Union had better generals B. Around 90 percent of the country's industrial capacity was in the north C. Two-thirds of the railroad lines were in the north D. Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation E. The majority of the population lived in the north 12. The victory of the northern states in the U.S. Civil War meant that A. There would no longer be sectional differences B. African-Americans would enjoy complete equality C. The federal government would remain small D. Racism would no longer be a problem in the United States E. The federal government would have greater authority in the American republic
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13. New France passed into British control after A. The War of 1812 B. The Thirty Years' War C. The Seven Years' War D. The American Revolution E. The War of the Spanish Succession 14. The War of 1812 A. Cost Canada almost a third of their territory B. Split the country along ethnic lines
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course WLD 101 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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31_Quiz - 31 Quiz 1. The term "manifest destiny" is...

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