Antebellum AP Review 2019
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  • Question 1
    60 seconds
    Q. What compromise was created by Henry Clay during the 1820s?
    answer choices
    Kansas Nebraska Act
    Comrpomise of 1850
    Tariff Compromise
    Missouri Compromise
  • Question 2
    60 seconds
    Q. This book was the 2nd most read book during the 19th century.  It opened the world up to slavery in the South?
    answer choices
    House of  Drier?
    Freedom Train
    Uncle Toms Cabin
    Diary of a Slave Girl
  • Question 3
    60 seconds
    Q. The Fugitive Slave was a part of what Compromise?
    answer choices
    The Missouri Compromise
    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    Compromise of 1850
    Tariff Compromise
  • Question 4
    60 seconds
    Q. This was created in part because of the devotion to different regions of the United States?
    answer choices
    Sectionalism
    Division
    Slavery
    Agriculture
  • Question 5
    60 seconds
    Q. What was South Carolina's response to the election of Abraham Lincoln as President of the US?
    answer choices
    Rejoiced
    Seceeded
    Popular Soverignty
    Asked for a recount
  • Question 6
    60 seconds
    Q. This man was an escaped slave who taught himself to read and write.  He became an influential player in the abolitionist movement?
    answer choices
    Stephen Douglass
    Solomon Northup
    Frederick Douglass
    Harry Tubman
  • Question 7
    60 seconds
    Q. She was known as the Moses of her People?
    answer choices
    Harriet Tubman
    Cloteet
    Sojourner Truth
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • Question 8
    60 seconds
    Q. This author wrote Uncle Toms Cabin, which was a book based on her life growing up on a Southern Plantation?
    answer choices
    Sara Grimkee
    Harriet Tubman
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Cloteet
  • Question 9
    60 seconds
    Q. This slave sued for his freedom.  What was the court case called?
    answer choices
    Scott v Sanford (Dred Scott)
    Brown v Board of Education
    Plessy v Ferguson
    Roe v Wade
  • Question 10
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the name of the compromise that allowed slaves to be counted in the population for representation in the Congress?
    answer choices
    5/8 Compromise
    5/3 Compromise
    3/5 Compromise (1808 - Philadelphia Convention)
    3/8 Compromise
  • Question 11
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the name of the doctrine that suggested the United States should control all land from the west coast to the east coast?
    answer choices
    Indian Removal
    Manifest Destiny
    Antebellum
    Buffalo Wars
  • Question 12
    60 seconds
    Q. This Fort was fired upon on April 12, 1861 starting the Civil War?
    answer choices
    Fort Jackson
    Fort Wagner
    Fort Moultrie
    Fort Sumter
  • Question 13
    60 seconds
    Q. Which of the following was a problem that instigated a conservative  reform movement?
    answer choices
    alcoholism was destroying families
    prisons were poorly run
    children lacked proper education
    all of the above
  • Question 14
    180 seconds
    Q. What was a difference between the First and Second Great Awakenings?
    answer choices
    One was led by a woman and the other by a man
    The First said the common man did not have power in his own salvation and the second said they could
    The first great awakening saved animals and the second saved children
    They were exactly the same just at different times
  • Question 15
    60 seconds
    Q. What was temperance - American Temperance Society (Lyman Beecher)?
    answer choices
    abstinence from alcoholic drink
    the study of temperatures
    a religious belief that says your temper controls your fate
    the right to vote
  • Question 16
    180 seconds
    Q. What did Dorothea Dix want to improve?
    answer choices
    Shelters for pets
    Equality for African Americans
    Conditions in prisons and mental health facilities (asylums)
    Food distribution
  • Question 17
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the first college to allow women?
    answer choices
    Harvard University
    Oberlin College
    Antioch College
    University of Pennsylvania
  • Question 18
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the name of the weekly abolitionist newspaper (William Lloyd Garrison)?
    answer choices
    The New York Sun
    Chattanooga Daily Rebel
    National Enquirer
    The Liberator
  • Question 19
    180 seconds
    Q. Who was a minister during the Second Great Awakening that promoted many social reforms like abolition of slavery and equal rights to education for men, women, and African Americans?
    answer choices
    Frederick Douglass
    Hidden Kanye
    Charles Finney
    James Monroe
  • Question 20
    180 seconds
    Q. What was the event held to promote women’s rights in 1848?
    answer choices
    The March on Washington
    The Sarah Childress Polk Meeting
    The Rally in Hyde Park
    The Seneca Falls Convention
  • Question 21
    60 seconds
    Q. While supporting the temperance movement, abolition, and women’s rights, Horace Mann’s focus on reform was which of the following?
    answer choices
    Publishing a novel about slavery
    The reform of public education
    Providing healthcare to the impoverished
    Rewriting the constitution
  • Question 22
    180 seconds
    Q. What invention instigated slavery greatly expanding across the south?
    answer choices
    The telegraph
    The lawn mower
    The cotton gin
    The light bulb
  • Question 23
    60 seconds
    Q. John Brown took matters into his own hands by arming a specific group of people and lead a revolt. What reform was he trying to support?
    answer choices
    Temperance
    Prisons
    Schools 
    Abolition
  • Question 24
    60 seconds
    Q. Which movement was the most successful of all the antebellum reforms?
    answer choices
    asylum
    Abolition
    Temperance
    Schools
  • Question 25
    60 seconds
    Q. Which two women led the Women’s Rights Movement during the Antebellum Era?
    answer choices
    Angelina and Sarah Grimke
    Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Sojourner Truth and Dorothea Dix
    Betsy Ross and Sacajawea
  • Question 26
    60 seconds
    Q. What impact did cotton have on western settlement?
    answer choices
    Cotton was a southern cash crop that had no impact on the West.
    Most western settlers opposed slavery and moved west to get away from cotton plantations.
    Cotton's profitability discouraged many from moving west for economic reasons.
    Cotton's profitability encouraged many people to move west to acquire land.
  • Question 27
    60 seconds
    Q. Leaders in the South asserted which of the following in the years leading up to the Civil War?
    answer choices
    abolition
    the right of slaves to sue masters
    states' rights
    popular sovereignty
  • Question 28
    60 seconds
    Q. The term "bleeding Kansas" refers to which of the following?
    answer choices
    The violence that occurred as part of a nullification crisis.
    The fighting that resulted between slaves and masters in Kansas.
    The violence that resulted between anti- and pro-slavery forces after a federal act.
    A book written by an abolitionist to show the brutality of slavery.
  • Question 29
    60 seconds
    Q. Who is associated with the Underground Railroad?
    answer choices
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Harriet Tubman
    John C. Calhoun
    Frederick Douglass
  • Question 30
    60 seconds
    Q. Why did the South fear the election of Abraham Lincoln (1860)?
    answer choices
    They knew that Lincoln was an adamant supporter of "popular sovereignty."
    Lincoln had run on a platform of abolishing slavery throughout the nation.
    Lincoln openly supported the Dred Scott decision.
    They feared that he would seek to end slavery.
  • Question 31
    60 seconds
    Q. In the Dred Scott decision, the Supreme Court...
    answer choices
    avoided controversy by ruling that Dred Scott had no right to sue in federal court.
    ruled that Congress could not prohibit slavery in the territories because slaves were private property.
    ruled that slaves could sue in federal court only if their masters allowed them to do so.
    ruled that a slave that had been transported to a free state or territory was a free citizen of the Untied States.
  • Question 32
    60 seconds
    Q. Who was Nat Turner?
    answer choices
    The inventor of the cotton gin
    The man who led hundreds of slaves to freedom on the Underground Railroad
    The man who led one of the bloodiest slave revolts
    The man who introduced Christianity to the slaves
  • Question 33
    60 seconds
    Q. The purpose of John Brown's raid was to....
    answer choices
    steal supplies and sell them for money
    get his name in the local newspapers
    start a slave revolt
    get the 13th amendment passed
  • Question 34
    60 seconds
    Q. Former slave, travels the country arguing for women's rights and abolition
    answer choices
    William Lloyd Garrison
    Sojourner Truth
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Harriet Tubman
  • Question 35
    60 seconds
    Q. One of the goals of the women's suffrage movement was to
    answer choices
    give women the right to work.
    allow women to attend church.
    give women the right to vote.
    get women out of schools.
  • Question 36
    60 seconds
    Q. Who wrote the Declaration of Sentiments, the document signed at the first women's rights convention?
    answer choices
    Catherine Beecher
    Lucretia Mott
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Abby Kelly
  • Question 37
    60 seconds
    Q. What were the meetings called that people attended as part of the 2nd Great Awakening?
    answer choices
    Camp/Tent Meetings
    Revival Meetings
    Service Meetings
    Book Meeting
  • Question 38
    60 seconds
    Q. Which of these women was arrested after participating in the election of Ulysses S. Grant?
    answer choices
    Susan B. Anthony
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Lucretia Mont
    Sojourner Truth
  • Question 39
    60 seconds
    Q. What led territories to be determined as either "free" or "slave" determines by whether they are north or south of 36 30?
    answer choices
    Compromise of 1850
    Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854)
    Missouri Compromise (1820)
    Ostend Manifesto
  • Question 40
    60 seconds
    Q. The Spot Resolution suggested that what event was controlled by a "slave power", attempting to get more territories to become slave states?
    answer choices
    the Alamo
    creation of the Ostend Manifesto
    Mexican-American War
    California rebellion
  • Question 41
    60 seconds
    Q. What proposed that no land taken from Mexico could be turned in to slave states?
    answer choices
    Missouri Compromise
    Compromise of 1850
    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    Wilmot Proviso
  • Question 42
    60 seconds
    Q.

    Who argued that slavery was not a "necessary evil", rather a "positive good"?

    answer choices

    John Calhoun

    Robert E. Lee

    Jefferson Davis

    Abraham Lincoln

  • Question 43
    60 seconds
    Q. Who wrote "A Bible Defense of Slavery"?
    answer choices
    John Calhoun
    Robert E. Lee
    Josiah Priest
    Abraham Lincoln
  • Question 44
    60 seconds
    Q. What abolitionist wrote "An Address to Colored Citizens of the World"?
    answer choices
    David Walker
    Frederick Douglass
    William Lloyd Garrison
    Abraham Lincoln
  • Question 45
    60 seconds
    Q. Who wrote the essay suggesting non-violent Civil Disobedience?
    answer choices
    Thoreau
    Emerson
    Stanton
    Garrison
  • Question 46
    60 seconds
    Q.

    The Mormons are nnown as ?

    answer choices

    Latter-Day Muslims

    Joseph Smith

    Mariah Carey Fans

    Latter-Day Saints

  • Question 47
    60 seconds
    Q.

    What caused Mormons to migrate West?

    answer choices

    Famine

    Got Tired of their place

    Murder Of their Founder

    Church was located somewhere else

  • Question 48
    30 seconds
    Q.

    Sojourner Truth was

    answer choices

    an advocate for the freedom of slaves and women's rights

    married to John Adams

    a spokes person for jobs for men

  • Question 49
    30 seconds
    Q.

    Sojourner was one of the most famous African American women of what century?

    answer choices

    18th Century

    19th Century

    20th Century

  • Question 50
    30 seconds
    Q.

    In her moving speech at the Women's Rights Conference in 1851 she coined (started) which saying?

    answer choices

    "Freedom at Last"

    "Ain't I Woman?"

    "Cast your Vote"

  • Question 51
    30 seconds
    Q.

    In her moving speech at the Women's Rights Conference in 1851 she coined (started) which saying?

    answer choices

    "Freedom at Last"

    "Ain't I Woman?"

    "Cast your Vote"

  • Question 52
    30 seconds
    Q. Any new territory south of the 36-30 line would be a _____ state.
    answer choices
    Free
    Slave
    Sovereign
    Abolitionist
  • Question 53
    30 seconds
    Q. The Missouri Compromise allowed what state to be a slave state and what state to be a free state?
    answer choices
    Missouri/ Maine
    Maine/Missouri
    Texas/California
    California/ D.C
  • Question 54
    60 seconds
    Q.

    What term is used to describe "the ability to vote" on slave/free statehood?

    answer choices

    Abolitionist

    Sovereignty

    Slave Catcher

    Annexation

  • Question 55
    60 seconds
    Q. This law gave southerners more opportunity to have their escaped slaves caught and returned to their masters in the south.
    answer choices
    Annexation of Texas
    Compromise of 1850
    Fugitive Slave Laws
    Missouri Compromise
  • Question 56
    60 seconds
    Q. Many Northern states passed what in order to combat the Fugitive Slave Law?
    answer choices
    Missouri Compromise
    Dredd Scott Decision
    Personal Liberty Laws
    Emancipation Proclomation
  • Question 57
    60 seconds
    Q. It allowed people to decide for themselves whether or not to allow slavery within their borders through popular sovereignty.
    answer choices
    Kansas Nebraska Act
    Missouri Compromise
    Dredd Scott Decision
    Compromise of 1850
  • Question 58
    60 seconds
    Q. The Kansas Nebraska Act caused many problems between abolitionists and southern slave owners. What was this conflict known as?
    answer choices
    Punctured Kansas
    Bleeding Kansas
    Nebraska No
    Breathing Kansas
  • Question 59
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the name of the slave that sued his master when he went north?
    answer choices
    Rosa Parks
    Scott Dredd
    Dredd Scott
    Stevie Wonder
  • Question 60
    60 seconds
    Q. Did the Dredd Scott Decision help STOP slavery?
    answer choices
    YES!
    NO!
  • Question 61
    30 seconds
    Q. Which was one leader of transcendentalism?
    answer choices
    Henry David Thoreau
    William Wordsworth
    Washington Irving
    Shakespeare
  • Question 62
    30 seconds
    Q. What governmental actions were most important to spur the success of the Market Revolution?
    answer choices
    antitrust laws
    election of business friendly Republican presidents
    subsidies and limited liability laws
    expansion of the United States through the war with Mexico
  • Question 63
    30 seconds
    Q. Steam engines are most important in the Market Revolution for which of the following reasons?
    answer choices
    powering cars and trucks
    powering ships on rivers and canals
    powering engines to affect size and location of factories
    Powering engines to create intercontinental shipping
  • Question 64
    60 seconds
    Q. When was the Market Revolution?
    answer choices
    early 20th century
    Revolutionary War era
    mid nineteenth century
    1950s
  • Question 65
    60 seconds
    Q. What was a major change in purpose of production?
    answer choices
    make for export to another nation
    make for barter or trade
    make for locally known person to for distant unknown person
    make for a governmental entity
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