The Pre-emption Acts during the 1830s and 1840s:

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HIST-H 105: CHAP 11 PRACTICE QUIZ. 1. The Pre-emption Acts during the 1830s and 1840s:
2. In 1850, prostitutes accounted for approximately ______ percent of the female population in California.
3. The slogan "Manifest Destiny" referred to the conviction of Americans in the 1840s that the United States had a(n):
4. In Oregon, early settlers seemed most anxious and able to establish:
5. In 1845, President Polk sent to Mexico City:
6. With the victory at San Jacinto in 1836, Texas:
7. An obstacle hindering the organization of churches and schools in the frontier communities was:
8. Despite his antagonistic stance, President Polk avoided war with Britain over

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