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Stated America would not allow European nations to colonize the western hemisphere _________
a) Monroe Doctrine b) Doctrine of Nullification c) Olive Branch Petition d) Dawes Act
Freedom of speech, religion, trial by jury, right to bear arms, and no cruel and unusual punishment can be found the ________
a) Declaration of Independence b) Declaration of Sentiments c) Magna Carta d) Bill of Rights
Amendment that abolished slavery _______
a) 12th b) 13th c) 15th d) 21st
President of the Confederacy during the Civil War. _____________
a) Abraham Lincoln b) James Madison c) Jefferson Davis d) Sam Houston
The southern states seceded after what event ________
a) the Battle of Bull Run b) passage of the Kansas-Nebraska Act c) the election of Abraham Lincoln d) Lincoln's assasination
Who was the author of the Doctrine of Nullification that urged South Carolina to nullify the Tariff of Abominations?
a) John C. Calhoun b) Andrew Jackson c) Daniel Webster d) Henry Clay
In what pamphlet did Thomas Paine blame the king of England for problems in the colonies and called the king a tyrant?
a) The American Crisis b) Common Sense c) Declaration of Sentiments d) Declaration of Independence
Amendment that gave African-American men the right to vote ______________
a) 13th b) 15th c) 19th d) 14th
Who is known as the “Father of the Constitution”?
a) Thomas Jefferson b) Henry Clay c) James Madison d) Benjamin Franklin
Who is remembered for his Albany Plan of Union, Ambassador to France during the American Revolution, his inventions and writings, signed the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution?
a) Benjamin Franklin b) James Madison c) Paul Revere d) Bernardo de Galvez
The _____________ limited the power of the British Kings in 1215 and made Englishmen expect to have personal liberty and limits on government power.
a) English Bill of Rights b) English Petition of Rights c) Olive Branch Petition d) Magna Carta
What replaced the Articles of Confederation with a stronger national government?
a) Northwest Ordinance b) US Constitution c) Federalist Papers d) Mayfloewr Compact
Supreme Court case that heightened tensions between slave and free states in 1857. Decided by Roger B. Tawney. Allowed slavery to expand anywhere. Stated Congress could not abolish slavery anywhere.
a) Dred Scott v. Sanford b) Gibbons v. Ogden c) Marbury v. Madison d) McCullock v. Maryland
The __________ maintained a balance of power between free and slave states and outlawed slavery in the Louisiana Purchase territory south of the Missouri border.
a) Compromise of 1850 b) Fugitive Slave Act c) Northwest Ordianance d) Missouri Compromise of 1820
Who’s “Give me Liberty, or give me death” speech influenced colonists that freedom was worth dying for?
a) John Paul Jones b) Patrick Henry c) Emilio Estevez d) James Madison
Who wrote the Declaration of Sentiments?
a) Lucretia Mott b) Lucy Stone c) Abigail Adams d) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Eli Whitney’s invention that revolutionized agriculture and increased the demand for slaves in the south.
a) interchangeable parts b) cotton gin c) assembly line d) telegraph
In the Gettsburg Address, Lincoln said the Civil War was a test of . . .
a) our nation's military capability b) our moral superiority c) our religious beleifs d) our democracy
Member of the Sons of Liberty, organized the Committees of Correspondence, tarred and feathered tax collectors, urged boycott. Who am I?
a) John Adams b) Samuel Adams c) Paul Revere d) John Hancock
Said, 'I have not yet begun to fight,' famous naval hero of the Revolutionary War.
a) James Madison b) Oliver Hazzard Perry c) William carney d) John Paul Jones
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