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___________ was a product of the United States expressing its nationalistic feelings.
a) Monroe Doctrine
b) Convention of 1818
c) Adams-Onis Treaty
d) Rush-Bagot Treaty

___________ believed high tariffs to be against the agricultural and slavery interests of Southerners.
a) John C. Calhoun
b) John Marshall
c) Henry Clay
d) Daniel Webster

___________ called for a tariff to stimulate growth of American industries.
a) American System
b) Missouri Compromise
c) Era of Good Feelings
d) National Bank

Pioneers usually migrated west
a) as families.
b) individually.
c) in small groups.
d) on railroads.

The revolution that changed the way people worked was the
a) Industrial Revolution.
b) Technology Revolution.
c) Machinery Revolution.
d) Modern Revolution.

___________ provided for the disarmament along the Canadian border.
a) Rush-Bagot Treaty
b) Convention of 1818
c) Missouri Compromise
d) Adams-Onis Treaty

The changes in the way goods were made in the mid-1700's first appeared in ___________.
a) Great Britain
b) France
c) the United States
d) Spain

___________, an agreement with Great Britain, set the official border between Canada and the United States at the 49th parallel.
a) Convention of 1818
b) Adams-Onis Treaty
c) Rush-Bagot Treaty
d) Missouri Compromise

___________ captured Spanish forts in Florida.
a) Andrew Jackson
b) Miguel Hidalgo
c) Henry Clay
d) Simon Bolivar

A Mexican revolutionary
a) Miguel Hidalgo
b) Simon Bolivar
c) Andrew Jackson
d) Henry Clay

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