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Heimler’s History Ultimate Review Packet APUSH 2020- Stimulus Based Multiple Choice QuestionsUnit 6: 1865-1898Questions 1-3 refer to the maps below.1.The trend depicted in the maps above resulted most directly from which of the followingfactors?a.Settlers’ and miners’ desire for better access to land and resourcesb.Government subsidies for transportation and communication systemsc.The violation of government treaties with Native Americansd.The invention of the steam locomotive and improved steel productiona. Incorrect: Westward expansion was certainly motivated in part by increasing access toresources but the expansion of railroads did not directly result from this.b. Correct: The private-public partnership between industrialists and the federalgovernment was the driving force behind railroad expansion during and following theAmerican Civil War.c. Incorrect: Violations of land treaties definitely contributed to the occasion for furtherexpansion of railroads but did not directly result from it.d. Incorrect: The first steam locomotive was invented in the early 19th Century.Explanations:
2.Which of the following was not an effect of the trend depicted in the maps above?Explanations:
Heimler’s History Ultimate Review Packet APUSH 2020- Stimulus Based Multiple Choice Questionsc. Correct: While the Asian and European immigrant contributions to industrial steelproduction, mining, and laying of railways were significant, nativism actually rose as aresult of increased competition for jobs.d. Incorrect: Food prices did indeed drop as transportation capacity increased and costsdecreased.3.The change depicted in the maps best explains theExplanations:

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Economics, Plessy v Ferguson, American Civil War, Southern United States

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