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"...and because women do feel themselves aggrieved, oppressed, and fradulently deprived of their most sacred rights."- Declaration of Sentiments Who would have said this?
a) Phyllis Wheatley
b) Harriet Tubman
c) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
d) Clara Barton

Westward migration was influenced by-
a) economic opportunity
b) abolition of slavery
c) Southern secession
d) Lincoln\\\'s election

"His Catholic Majesty gives to the United States...East and West Florida."- Adams Onis Treaty of 1819 Which nation signed this treaty with the United States?
a) Spain
b) France
c) Mexico
d) England

What caused more slaved to be needed?
a) Congress approved the Missouri Compromise
b) The Confederacy used slaves as Navy crew members
c) The cotton gin was invented
d) The Erie Canal was built

What do the Santa Fe Trail, Erie Canal, and Cheap fertile land, all have in common?
a) Geographic reasons for moving west
b) Why Southern states left the Union
c) Causes of European exploration
d) faster transportation

"It is America's right to stretch from sea to shining sea." The quote above was most likely made in support of-
a) European exploration
b) American Indian Removal
c) Manifest Destiny
d) Southern secession

Which abolitionist wrote the anti-slavery newspaper called "The Liberator?"
a) Fredrick Douglass
b) William Lloyd Garrison
c) Harriet Tubman
d) Elizabeth Cady Stanton

The United States gained California and the Southwest after a war with who?
a) France
b) Spain
c) Great Britain
d) Mexico

Which of the following is an example of an entrepreneur?
a) Robert Fulton
b) Eli Whitney
c) Jo Anderson
d) George Stephenson

The Oregon territory was divided between the United States and-
a) Spain
b) Germany
c) Great Britain
d) Newfoundland

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