Unit 8: Industrialism Question Preview (ID: 54724)


Industrial Revolution And Social Reforms Of The 19th Century.

What was the Abolition movement
a) Women's rights movement
b) Movement pushing for Labor laws
c) Supporting the end of slavery
d) Allowing African Americans suffrage

How did Fredrick Douglas contribute to the abolitionist movement?
a) Created pamphlets
b) Published anti-slavery News Paper (North Star)
c) Gave speeches at Seneca Falls
d) Joined the temperance movement

What invention led to the revival of slavery in the South?
a) The Clipper boat
b) Interchangeable parts
c) Cotton Gin
d) Transcontinental Railroad

Rapid industrialization in the North during the 1800's led to…
a) Railroads
b) Improved transportation
c) Growing population
d) All of theses are correct

Urbanization led to the development of the Know-Nothing Party because…
a) The slave trade was at a slight increase
b) immigration decreased
c) Northern industries shifted to more advances in technology
d) immigration increased

As factories opened immigration increased. What does industrialization lead to?
a) Rural
b) Discrimination
c) Free Labor
d) Urbanization

Who was the Know-Nothing Party?
a) Political Group calling to abolish slavery
b) Women's Rights advocates
c) Political group calling for stricter citizenship laws (Anti immigration)
d) Pro immigration supporters

Lucretia Mott, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton were all well known for what?
a) Making movies about women rights
b) Authorizing publications
c) Ending slavery
d) The passage of the 14th amendment

Job opportunities increased agriculture became more mechanized... What led to these two things?
a) Westward migration
b) Expansion of U.S. territory
c) Industrialization
d) Government regulation of business

What was a pull factor for urbanization in the Northern parts of the US during the 19th Century?
a) the expansion of slavery in south
b) decreasing availability of land
c) the persecution of religious groups
d) Interest in low skill factory labor

What was one result of industrialization in the United States during the mid-1800s?
a) Sectional differences increased.
b) The federal government prohibited immigration.
c) Job opportunities decreased.
d) Fewer public lands were devoted to transportation.

How did Railroads and Canals benefit the Northern Industry?
a) More networks to transport slaves to other nations
b) Allowing new growth to urbanization
c) Faster movement of products (More efficient)
d) Creating more manufacturing businesses

How did Harriet Tubman contribute to the abolitionist movement?
a) Helping the northern Industries
b) Slowly ending slavery
c) Constructed Underground Railroad
d) Creating the Cotton Gin

The demand for cotton textile mills in the North led to the growth of?
a) Slavery
b) Immigration
c) Urbanization
d) Manufactures

What was Harriet Tubman most famous for?
a) The book Uncle Tom's Cabin
b) Giving the first Speech at Seneca Falls
c) Starting the Liberator Press
d) Underground Railroad

Where was the first convention held for the start of the women's suffrage movement?
a) Great Plains
b) Seneca Falls
c) Niagara Falls
d) The US Capital

Urbanization led to the development of the Know-Nothing Party because…
a) The slave trade was at a slight increase
b) immigration increased
c) Northern industries shifted to more advances in technology
d) immigration decreased

Eli Whitney
a) Father of Technology
b) Father of Education
c) Creator of the Cotton Gin
d) Temperance supporter

How do Advancements in technologies benefit businesses
a) Increases production levels (More efficient)
b) Forces government to regulate trade
c) Increases Slavery
d) Made life difficult

Commercial centers, transport people and goods, Westward expansion, created new jobs (What invention was this?)
a) Canals
b) Highways
c) Bridges
d) Railroads

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