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What was the significance of the Lewis and Clark expedition
a) It provided information about the plants, animals, land and people of the Pacific Northwest b) It provided information about the land of Mexico c) It provided information about eastern part of the United States d) All of the above
How did Andrew Jackson respond to domestic issues during his presidency?
a) He decided to move to South Carolina b) He threatened to fire his vice president because he was from South Carolina c) He threatened to send troops to South Carolina because they chose not to obey the tariff. d) All of the above
What events led Texas to win its independence from Mexico?
a) The Battle of the Alamo b) The Battle of Goliad c) The capture of the Mexican General, Santa Anna d) All of the above
What challenges did travelers face on the journey west?
a) Running out of gas on their trip out west b) Rough terrain and lack of constant water supply c) Worry about being trampled by elephants d) All of the above
What events led to the Mexican War, and what was its outcome?
a) The belief in manifest destiny b) The disagreement between Mexico and the U.S. about where the Texas border was c) A Mexican attack on U.S. soldiers d) All of the above
Who was General Robert E. Lee?
a) The military leader for the North b) The military leader for the South c) The military leader for the East d) The military leader for the West
Who was General Ulysses S. Grant?
a) The military leader for the West b) The military leader for the East c) The military leader for the North d) The military leader for the South
What events led to the civil war?
a) The North wanted to abolish slavery b) The South found out about the Underground Railroad c) The election of Abraham Lincoln d) All of the above
What was the strategy of the Union for winning the war?
a) To block all the ports using a naval blockade b) To gain control of the Mississippi River c) To attack Richmond, Virginia, the Confederate capital d) All of the above
What was the strategy of the Confederacy for winning the war?
a) To defend against Northern attacks and wear down the Union b) To gain control of the Mississippi River c) To store lots of food and supplies, so they would be prepared for a siege d) All of the above
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