The Battle of Horseshoe Bend a crippled Indian resistance in the South b ended

The battle of horseshoe bend a crippled indian

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141.The Battle of Horseshoe Bend: a.crippled Indian resistance in the South. b.ended American dreams of a southwestern empire. c.saw British and Americans fighting side by side. d.was the last battle in the Southwest. 142.A positive effect on the United States resulting from the War of 1812 was: 143.The embargo forced American manufacturers to:
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144.The Liberty Party's performance in presidential elections during the 1840s revealed that: 145.Although California would be admitted to the Union as a free state, the Compromise of 1850 would also require that: a.the slavery question in the new territories be left to popular sovereignty. b.Arizona be admitted as a slave state. c.a transcontinental railroad take a southern route. d.a federal head tax be levied on every slave. 146.Many northerners considered schemes such as the Ostend Manifesto to be: 147.Southerners responded to Preston Brooks's beating of Charles Sumner by 148.The significance of the Dred Scott v. Sandford Supreme Court decision was that 149.Jefferson Davis believed that the South was justified in seceding because: a.Congress had shown a blatant disregard for the states' rights when it provided funds for railroad construction across state lines. b.The growing strength of the North would prevent the South from controlling its own internal affairs. c.Lincoln had been elected largely as a result of vote fraud.
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d.Lincoln had pledged to emancipate slaves in Washington, D.C. 150.The philosopher Socrates died because…
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