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What year did Missouri become a state?
a) 1821
b) 1850
c) 1843
d) 1950

Since Missouri was admitted as a Slave State what state was admitted as a Free State?
a) Virginia
b) Florida
c) Utah
d) Maine

Why did people not want Texas to become a state?
a) Become a Free State
b) The Alamo
c) They thought it would become a Slave State
d) Not enough people

State of Missouri entered the United States as what state number?
a) 1
b) 24
c) 49
d) 13

What was not an effects of the invention of the cotton gin?
a) Demand for land in the South increase
b) growing cotton became more profitable
c) less slaves were needed
d) easier to pick seeds from cotton

The President who introduced the Indian Removal Act?
a) Thomas Jefferson
b) James Madison
c) John Adams
d) Andrew Jackson

Who was the inventor of the Cotton Gin?
a) Eli Whitney
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) Andrew Jackson
d) Thomas Edison

The belief that it was America's God given right and duty to move and expand west
a) Sectionalism
b) Manifest Destiny
c) Indian Removal Act
d) Monroe doctrine

Land purchased by Thomas Jefferson from France in 1803
a) Missouri Purchase
b) Louisiana Purchase
c) Land
d) Andrew Jackson

An invention in the Industrial Revolution that helped to increase the demand for slaves in the South
a) light bulb
b) steam boat
c) Tractors
d) Cotton Gin

America's bold statement to the nations of Europe, telling them that the affairs of North and South America was no longer their business
a) Monroe Doctrine
b) Missouri Compromise
c) Fugitive Slave Law
d) Cotton Gin

A feeling of loyalty and pride towards one's own country
a) Monroe Doctrine
b) Louisiana Purchase
c) Nationalism
d) Cotton Gin

The forced movement of Native Americans to Indian Territory
a) Manifest Destiny
b) Indian Removal Act
c) Andrew Jackson
d) Indian Termination Act

Feeling of loyalty towards your region or section of the country, Northerners supported the North and Southerners supported the South
a) Sectionalism
b) Indian Removal Act
c) Cotton Gin
d) Eli Whitney

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