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_________ ended the American Revolution and forced England to recognize that America was independent.
a) Treaty of Paris (1763) b) Treaty of Paris (1783) c) Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo d) Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819
__________ made manufacturing faster and cheaper with interchangeable parts.
a) Samuel Morse b) Cyrus McCormick c) Eli Whitney d) John Deere
Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia in the Civil War and surrendered to Grant. ___________
a) Robert E. Lee b) Ulysses S. Grant c) Mirabeau B. Lamar d) Stonewall Jackson
Treaty that ended the U.S.-Mexican War
a) Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819 b) Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo c) Treaty of Paris (1783) d) Treaty of Paris (1763)
American gained Florida from ______________________ in the Adams-Onis Treaty of 1819.
a) France b) England c) Spain d) Norway
Final battle of the American Revolution
a) Saratoga b) Yorktown c) Gettysburg d) Appomattox Courthouse
The Liberator was an important newspaper that in what reform movement?
a) temperance b) abolition c) suffrage d) transcendentalist
Extension of America from “sea to shining sea”
a) Manifest Destiny b) Western Expansionism c) Total War d) Monroe Doctrine
Who is the world's greatest history teacher, ever?
a) Mr. Williamson b) Ms.Scott c) Mrs. Narvaez d) Mr. Thompson
What was the major controversy in U.S. politics in the ten years prior to the Civil War?
a) slavery b) western land sales c) war with Mexico d) tariffs
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