--1. Lincoln narrowly defeated Douglas in 1860 as a result of his success in the presidential debates. T/F__ ___ 2. All of the following were issues in the War of 1812 except: A. impressment B. Indians C. Canada D. slavery. ___3. All of the following are associated with the compromise of 1877 except: A. XXXXX XXXXX B. Rutherford Hayes C. federal troops D. a contested election. 4. The Emancipation Proclamation freed slaves: A. only in the rebellious states B. only in the border states C. in all states D. only in Northern States.5. The Proclamation of 1763 closed the West to settlement. T/F_____ 6. Jefferson freed all of his slaves during his own lifetime. T/F___ 7. Jefferson had some misgivings about purchasing New Orleans and the Louisiana Territory because he had a strict constructionist view of the Constitution. T/F__8. The Virginia Plan and New Jersey Plan were the basis for a major debate at the constitutional convention on: A. structure of Congress B. power of the presidency C. Institution of slavery D. all of the above._ 9. The Articles of Confederation did not provide for a national legislature. T/F_ 10. The Tea Act was passed primarily to forbid the importation of tea in America. T/F.__11. The politician most associated with the Kansas-Nebraska bill was: A. Breckinridge B. Lincoln C. Douglas D. Clay.___ 12. The Articles of Confederation were signed shortly after the Peace of Paris ending the American Revolution. T/F __ 13. Calhoun was replaced as Jackson's Vice President by: A. Hayne B. Webster C. Van Buren D. Tyler.__14. Jackson's economic policies indirectly led to the Whigs' winning power in 1840. T/F 15. Between the late 1600s and the mid-1700s American imports from England rose drastically relative to their exports to England. T/F_____16. In three of the following years, bad things happened for the institution of slavery in America. In one of the years, something happened to promote slavery. What was this year: A. 1860 B. 1865 C. 1793 D. 1808? __17. All of the following colonies were founded by adherents of minority religious beliefs (sects) except: A. Rhode Island B. Massachusetts C. Pennsylvania D. South Carolina E. Maryland. 18. All of the following countries contributed to the making of the Monroe Doctrine, EXCEPT: A. England B. Spain C. Canada D. Russia. 19. The two MOST decisive battles of the Revolution were: A. Trenton and Saratoga B. Saratoga and Yorktown C. Yorktown and Fallen Timbers D. Yorktown and Long Island. 20. Wm. Garrison and XXXXX XXXXX promoted the same cause. T/F 21. Jefferson's embargo was difficult to enforce. T/F. 22. The Quebec Act opened the Ohio valley to colonial English settlement. T/F 23. Most early U.S. leaders believed that political parties would destroy the new nation by creating factions. T/F 24. All of the following movements were active at some time during the first half of the 19th Century: A. transcendentalists B. Know Nothings C. Progressives D. abolitionists. 25. Of the following, the one that did not secede was: A. Arkansas B. North Carolina C. Tennessee D. Missouri 26. The Presidential election of 1876 was decided by the House of Representatives. T/F 27. The politician most associated with the Kansas-Nebraska was A. Breckinridge B. Lincoln C. Douglas D. Clay 28. All of the following were true of Southern slavery except that: A. it was expensive B. It divided families C. it was under the control of a rather small percentage of the white population D. it was supported (favored) by only a small percentage of the white population. 29. All of the following were protégés of XXXXX XXXXX, except: A. Van Buren B. Polk C. Buchanan D. J.Q. Adams. 30. James Monroe was probably least interested in affairs in: A. St. Petersburg B. London C. Madrid D. Monrovia. 31. Paralleling the London v. colonies dispute in the 1760s were strong rivalries between: A. New England and New York B. federalists and anti-federalists C. settlers in the western colonial regions v. coastal inhabitants D. France v. Indians.__32. All of the following were part of the Compromise of 1850 Except: A. fugitive slave law B. California admission as free state C. Texas admission to U.S. D. New Mexico territory right of citizens to vote on slavery.__33. All of the following were prominent American writers before the Civil War EXCEPT: A. XXXXX XXXXX B. Nathaniel Hawthorne C. Henry D. Thoreau D. Herman Melville__34. The only invention NOT developed in the 1800s was: A. antibiotics B. telegraph C. camera D. telephone.__35. The United States got everything it asked for in the dispute with Britain over Maine’s northern boundary with Canada in the 1840s. T/F__36. The Gadsden Purchase of 1853 seemed to favor potential Southern railroad interests more than Northern. T/F__37. The United States Bank controversy of the late 1820s and early 1830s concluded more to the advantage of: A. Democrats B. Whigs C. interests influenced by the Hamilton-Clay school of centralized government banking D. Republicans.__38. Transcendalists stressed which combination of thinking best: A. scientific and bureaucratic B. individualistic and self-reliant, C. self reliant and communal D. communal and libertarian.--39. Which artist or musician did not work the period 1800-1840: A. Thomas Cole B. Thomas Eakins C. XXXXX XXXXX D. Gilbert Stuart.--40. Of the following Southerners, who was the most pro-slavery and pro-secession: A. Jefferson Davis, B. Robert E. Lee C. Sam Houston D. William Yancey?--41. The first generation of women’s rights advocates did NOT include: A. Lucretia --Mott, B. Susan Anthony C. Elizabeth Stanton D. Sojourner Truth E. Emma Goldman.--42. The Trail of Tears of American Indians was conceived and then carried out under: A. J.Q. Adams and Jackson B. Jackson and Van Buren C. Van Buren and Tyler D. Polk and Taylor.--43. The group that probably made the LEAST progress between 1800-1860 was: A. Women B. Blacks C. Immigrants D. Native Americans.--44. The least costly battle of the Civil War in terms of lives was: A. Antietam B. First Bull Run C. Chancellorsville d. Gettysburg.--45. The president who presided over the greatest expansion of territory from 1830-1870 was: A. Tyler B. Polk C. Grant D. Lincoln.--46. Alaska was acquired under the presidency of A. XXXXX XXXXX B. XXXXX XXXXX C. James Buchanan, D. William McKinley.--47. Railroads began in the Northeast in the: A. 1830s B. 1840s C. 1850s D. 1860s.--48. Of the following inventions, which was Last to come into use?: a. camera b. telegraph c. railroad d. cotton gin e. Google (no, just kidding, eliminate this choice, sorry)--49. The second Bank of the United States (BUS) was the target of: A. Webster B. Clay C. Biddle D. Jackson--50. Treaties between the U.S. government and AmerIndians were broken: A. usually, ---B. sometimes, C. rarely.--51. In which place were women likely most valued and most “equal”: A. Boston B. frontier areas C. Charleston D. Cincinnati?--52. African-Americans had more rights in which of the following years: A. 1801 B. 1831 C. 1860 D. 1872?
I have tried the first 17 questions on my own.
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Tonight by 10:30pm
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New York City- East Coast
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