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19. By the late 1810s, the chief remaining source of friction with Britain was: a. ownership of Oregon b. trade with the British West Indies c. war damages from the Revolution d. impressment of American sailors e. British forts on the Canadian border
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____ 20. Andrew Jackson led American troops into Florida in 1818:
____ 21. The most important factor behind U.S. acquisition of Florida in 1819 was:
____ 22. The Transcontinental Treaty of 1819:
____ 23. In 1825, Florida belonged to: a. France b. Great Britain c. Spain d. the United States e. the Seminoles
____ 24. The immediate cause of the Panic of 1819 was:
____ 25. Missouri’s admission to the Union as a slave state was balanced by the admission of the free state of:
____ 26. The Missouri Compromise stipulated that in the rest of the Louisiana Purchase north of 36°30':
d. there would be no restrictions on slavery e. free blacks could not become citizens ____ 27. “This momentous question like a firebell in the night awakened and filled me with terror.” Thomas Jefferson said this about the: a. debate over the Missouri Compromise b. Panic of 1819 c. case of Marbury v. Madison d. Second Bank of the United States e. possible abolition of slavery
____ 28. In the early 1800s, the Supreme Court decisions associated with John Marshall consistently championed:
____

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