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  • Question 1
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    Q. The South had an advantage over the North in
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    a larger population
    better military commanders
    more industry
    more transportation
  • Question 2
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    Q. The GREATEST strength of the North was
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    its military leadership
    its navy
    its moral high ground
    its economy
  • Question 3
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    Q. Which battle was fought in the North?
    answer choices
    Gettysburg
    Vicksburg
    Petersburg
    Shiloh
  • Question 4
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    Q. After which battle did Lincoln issue the Emancipation Proclamation?
    answer choices
    Gettysburg
    Shiloh
    Antietam
    Vicksburg
  • Question 5
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    Q. What officially abolished slavery in the US?
    answer choices
    Emancipation Proclamation
    Surrender of Robert E. Lee
    13th Amendment
    14th Amendment
  • Question 6
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    Q. Who was Lincoln's running mate in 1864?
    answer choices
    Samuel Chase
    Stephen Douglas
    Andrew Johnson
    William Sherman
  • Question 7
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    Q. What strategy did Sherman use to destroy the South?
    answer choices
    Attrition
    Guerrilla War
    Siege War
    Total War
  • Question 8
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    Q. Which battle is considered the turning point and doomed the Southern Cause?
    answer choices
    Gettysburg
    Antietam
    Shiloh
    Fredericksburg
  • Question 9
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    Q. The Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves
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    in the Border States
    in the South
    in the entire US
    in the West
  • Question 10
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    Q. During Reconstruction, the Freedmen’s Bureau was able to
    answer choices
    distribute 40-acre plots to all ex slaves who wanted land.
    moderately increase the number of former slaves who could read (literate).
    convince many Southern whites to join the Republican Party.
    repress much of the violence committed against ex-slaves.
  • Question 11
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    Q. Under the Missouri Compromise of 1820:
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    the remaining Louisiana Purchase territory was divided into slave and free zones.
    Congress banned slavery in any new territory that might ever be added to the United States.
    Missouri agreed to gradual emancipation of slavery in exchange for admission to the Union.
    Ohio became a free state to balance the admission of Missouri as a slave state.
  • Question 12
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    Q. All of the following statements about the Fourteenth Amendment are true EXCEPT:
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    It was vehemently opposed by President Johnson.
    It guaranteed all citizens the equal protection of the law.
    It permitted former high-ranking Confederates to hold office.
    It declared that all persons born in the United States were citizens.
  • Question 13
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    Q. Which trend was most significant in creating the conflict with the Plains Indians that resulted in the Dawes Act?
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    railroad expansion to the West Coast
    the extermination of the bison population throughout the Great Plains
    the Social Gospel movement
    homesteaders expanding into the plains region
  • Question 14
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    Q. The slogan “Manifest Destiny” referred to the conviction of Americans in the 1840s that the United States had a(n)
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    God-Given right to exist as a nation.
    opportunity to replace greed with benevolence
    obligation to spread across the continent.
    mission to free slaves.
  • Question 15
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    Q. The Free Soil Party, like many northerners:
    answer choices
    feared the expansion of slavery in the west would be competition for white labor.
    cost Henry Clay the presidency by siphoning off votes from him in New York.
    was powerful enough to convince James Polk not to seek reelection.
    strongly opposed the Wilmot Proviso but agreed to let it pass as part of a compromise.
  • Question 16
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    Q. An increase in which of the following was the key part of the Kansas-Nebraska Act to attract Southern support?
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    Transportation in the South
    Popular sovereignty
    Fugitive Slave Act
    Representation in Congress
  • Question 17
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    Q. Which of the following was NOT a provision of the Compromise of 1850?
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    California would enter the Union as a free state.
    The slave trade would be abolished in Washington, D.C.
    The territories of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Nevada would be created.
    A tougher fugitive slave law would be enacted.
  • Question 18
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    Q. The caning of Charles Sumner by Preston Brooks:
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    showed the extreme violence of which northern abolitionists were capable.
    actually helped the new Republican Party.
    was denounced by most southerners as barbaric.
    was unusual because both men were proslavery Democrats.
  • Question 19
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    Q. Northerners were most upset by the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision because
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    the Court included no Republican Justices
    the decision allowed slavery in the territories
    several justices were slave owners
    blacks and whites were not treated equally
  • Question 20
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    Q. Lincoln was hesitant to support abolition early in the war because he:
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    did not believe slaves could be productive American citizens.
    promised during his 1860 campaign that he was against abolition.
    feared losing the support of the slaveholding border states within the Union.
    did not want to support the policies of the Radical Republicans.
  • Question 21
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    Q. Why did slavery become more central to American politics in the 1840s?
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    Territorial expansion raised the question of whether new lands should be free or slave.
    Members of the abolitionist Republican Party, formed in 1844, insisted on debating slavery.
    President John Tyler’s antislavery policies cause a major proslavery backlash led by John C. Calhoun.
    As the 1848 Constitutional deadline for ending the African slave trade drew near, Americans became obsessed with s
  • Question 22
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    Q. The South relied on which cash crop for almost all of its economic production?
    answer choices
    wheat
    corn
    cotton
    rice
  • Question 23
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    Q. One impact of the Mexican-American War was...
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    The United States got a large area of land in the Southwest
    Native Americans were given more land for reservations
    France no longer had colonies in North America
    Great Britain gave Alaska to the US
  • Question 24
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    Q. How did the government help with the building of the transcontinental railroad?
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    They gave money and land to the RR companies
    They sold workers to the RR companies
    They ended slavery in the areas around the RR
    They allowed Native Americans to stay on the lands around the RR
  • Question 25
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    Q. How did the building of the Transcontinental RR affect the Plains Indians?
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    The RR cut through their hunting grounds
    The RR helped Americans bring Indians supplies
    The Plains Indians began to travel by RR
    The Plains Indians sold their lands to the RR companies
  • Question 26
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    Q. Gave 160 acres of land for free if you would live on it and farm it for 5 years
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    Homestead Act
    Morrill Land Grant
    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    Emancipation Proclamation
  • Question 27
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    Q. Gave states the ability to sell land, and use the $$ to create colleges and universities
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    Homestead Act
    Morrill Land Grant
    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    Kentucky-Virginia Resolutions
  • Question 28
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    Q. I am an Exoduster and I chose to move west in hopes of finally owning land. I was also trying to escape the KKK.
    answer choices
    European Immigrants
    Asian Immigrants
    Mexican Americans
    African Americans
  • Question 29
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    Q. I use to own land in the West. However, after the U.S. won a war against my country in the 1840s people began discriminating against me. As a result, I lost my land.
    answer choices
    Mexican American
    African American
    European Immigrants
    Asian American
  • Question 30
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    Q. What is Manifest Destiny?
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    The belief that it was America's destiny to conquer and civilize all of North America
    The belief that their destiny was to manifest
    A religious term used to explain Christ's second coming
    A belief that if someone prayed for a certain destiny that they would have it
  • Question 31
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    Q. Why did miners, cowhands, and ranchers want to move west.
    answer choices
    They wanted an adventure
    They wanted to escape the busy lifestyle in the East
    They were interested in economic opportunity
    They enjoyed big city life
  • Question 32
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    Q. What name was given to Southern states that didn't secede?
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    Red States
    Border States
    Free States
    Blue States
  • Question 33
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    Q. True or False:  Lincoln's main goal at the beginning of the Civil War was to end slavery.
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    True
    False
  • Question 34
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    Q. Which of the following is NOT a border state
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    Missouri
    Maryland
    New York
    Kentucky
  • Question 35
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    Q. What is the capital city of the Confederate States of America?
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    Washington, D.C.
    Atlanta, Georgia
    Charleston, South Carolina
    Richmond, Virginia
  • Question 36
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    Q. "To set free" is the definition of which word?
    answer choices
    Enumerate
    Emancipate
    Enunciate
    Encriminate
  • Question 37
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    Q. Who was the president of the Confederate States of America?
    answer choices
    Jefferson Davis
    Davis Crenshaw
    David Clark
    Stephen Douglas
  • Question 38
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    Q. Who was the first state to secede?
    answer choices
    Virginia
    South Carolina
    North Carolina
    Georgia
  • Question 39
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    Q. Which of the following was not a battle in the Civil War?
    answer choices
    Normandy
    Bull Run
    Antietam
    Vicksburg
  • Question 40
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    Q. Which statement best explains what was accomplished  by the “Missouri Compromise”? 
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    required captured slaves to be returned 
    allowed slavery in Maine but  not in Missouri.
    maintained balance between slave states and free states
    It made Missouri the U.S. Capital.
  • Question 41
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    Q. This forbid slavery above the 36030' except for Missouri
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    Compromise of 1850
    Missouri Compromise of 1820
    Kansas Nebraska Act
    The Underground Railroad
  • Question 42
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    Q. Enforced a strict law saying runaway slaves in the North must be captured and returned to their masters.
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    Underground Railroad
    Fugitive Slave Act
    Slave Codes
    Black Codes
  • Question 43
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    Q. An abolitionists is
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    Someone who believes in slavery
    Someone who does not like slavery, but minds their own business.
    Someone who was an activist worked to end slavery
    Someone who believes wage slavery in the north was wrong
  • Question 44
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    Q. Who wrote "Uncle Tom's Cabin"?
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    Frederick Douglass
    Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Harriet Tubman
    Black Moses
  • Question 45
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    Q. The Fugitive Slave Act was a part of the
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    Missouri Compromise
    Compromise of 1850
    Kansas-Nebraska Act
    Dred Scott Decision
  • Question 46
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    Q. What did the Dred Scott decision say?
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    It considered slaves to be property without rights.
    It outlawed slavery in all U.S. states
    It required that slavery not be allowed in all new states
    It gave slaves all the rights of U.S. citizens
  • Question 47
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    Q. Why did the South secede after the election of 1860?
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    They feared Abraham Lincoln would outlaw slavery in all states
    After winning the election, Abraham Lincoln forced all Southern states to leave the United States
    There was a tie in the election and the North and South fought over the winner
    Abraham Lincoln wanted to force Southern states to pay higher taxes than Northern states
  • Question 48
    60 seconds
    Q. Even though these states had slavery, they did not join the Confederate states.
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    Western States
    State of Confusion
    Border States
    Southern States
  • Question 49
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    Q. More factories, population, and a better navy
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    Southern advantages
    Northern advantages
    Reasons for  Southern victory
    Cause of the battle of Gettysburg
  • Question 50
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    Q. Better officers, defending homes, don't have to go on the attack
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    Northern advantages
    reasons North won the battle of Antietam
    Southern advantages
    reasons Minecraft is fun
  • Question 51
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    Q. Commonly, the Union soldiers uniforms were...
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    Red
    Grey
    Brown
    Blue
  • Question 52
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    Q. Commonly, the Confederate soldiers uniforms were...
    answer choices
    Red
    Brown
    Grey
    Blue
  • Question 53
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    Q. The Civil War began when Confederate forces launched an attack at which location?
    answer choices
    Fort Sumter
    Fort Williams
    Fort Western
    Fort Apache
  • Question 54
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    Q. What did the North call its strategy to blockade the South's coastline and gain control of the Mississippi River?
    answer choices
    Anaconda Plan
    Rattlesnake Plan
    Scorpion Plan
    Blockade Plan
  • Question 55
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    Q. What was the major goal of the Confederacy at the onset of the Civil War?
    answer choices
    To overthrow the government and set up a monarchy
    To become independent
    To spread slavery to the North
    To eliminate slavery in the border states
  • Question 56
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    Q. What was Lincoln's main goal throughout the Civil War?
    answer choices
    to abolish slavery
    to end British control of the Western territories
    to make a profit selling war supplies
    to preserve the Union
  • Question 57
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    Q. What was the single bloodiest day in the Civil War, where over 23,000 soldiers were killed?
    answer choices
    Bull Run
    Antietam
    Gettysburg
    Vicksburg
  • Question 58
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    Q. Commander of the Confederate Army
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    Stonewall Jackson
    Ulysses S. Grant
    Robert E. Lee
    William T. Sherman
  • Question 59
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    Q. Who was the President of the United States during the Civil War?
    answer choices
    Abraham Baldwin
    Stephen A. Douglas
    Jefferson Davis
    Abraham Lincoln
  • Question 60
    30 seconds
    Q. Commander of the Union Army at the end of the Civil War
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    William T. Sherman
    Robert E. Lee
    Stonewall Jackson
    Ulysses S. Grant
  • Question 61
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    Q. True or False: A Conscription was  A draft required male members of the population to fight in the army.
    answer choices
    True
    False
  • Question 62
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    Q. Scalawags were
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    Southern Republicans
    Southern Democrats
    Northerners who moved south
    Johnson supporters
  • Question 63
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    Q. Carpetbaggers moved south to
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    Control politics
    Stop violence against African Americans
    Take advantage of southern economic conditions
    All of the above
  • Question 64
    30 seconds
    Q. African Americans gained political representation under which plan?
    answer choices
    Johnson's 
    Lincoln's
    Radical Republicans
  • Question 65
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    Q. The first African American US senator was 
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    Thaddeus Stevens
    Frederick Douglas
    Hiram Revels
    Blanche K. Bruce
  • Question 66
    30 seconds
    Q. During Reconstruction the South was under Military rule
    answer choices
    True
    False
  • Question 67
    20 seconds
    Q. The 13th Amendment of the United States Constitution...
    answer choices
    guarantees African Americans free speech
    Outlawed slavery in the United States
    gave African Americans the right to vote
    rejoined the South and the North
  • Question 68
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    Q. The 15th Amendment of the United States Constitution...
    answer choices
    Gave African Americans the right to own businesses
    Freed the Slaves
    Gave African Americans the right to vote
    Forced African Americans back into slavery
  • Question 69
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    Q. Which of the following was not a goal of Reconstruction?
    answer choices
    Reunite the North and the South
    Rebuild the South
    Develop the system of sharecropping
    Determine what to do with African Americans
  • Question 70
    30 seconds
    Q. What group in Congress felt that Lincoln's plan was too lenient?
    answer choices
    Deciduous Democrats
    Radical Republicans
    Wistful Whigs
    Fancy Federalists
  • Question 71
    60 seconds
    Q. Laws passed by southern states soon after the Compromise of 1877.  These laws legalized segregation whites and blacks to use separate facilities. 
    answer choices
    Jim Crow Laws
    Black Codes
    Freedman's Bureau
    Reconstruction
  • Question 72
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    Q. The process of rebuilding the South after the Civil War. 
    answer choices
    Reconstruction
    Freedman's Bureau
    Black Codes
    Jim Crow Laws
  • Question 73
    30 seconds
    Q. The House of Representatives tried to get rid of President Andrew Johnson by doing what to him:
    answer choices
    impeaching him
    killing him
    bribing him to leave
    trying to get him out in the next election
  • Question 74
    30 seconds
    Q. The organization put in place after the Civil War to provide food, clothing, health care and education in the South was known as:
    answer choices
    The Civil Rights Committee
    The Freedmen's Bureau
    The Welfare Committee
    The Salvation Army
  • Question 75
    30 seconds
    Q. Abraham Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction was known as:
    answer choices
    Wade-Davis Bill
    14th Amendment
    Ten Percent Plan
    Radical Republican Reunification
  • Question 76
    30 seconds
    Q. The President that Congress tried to impeach during Reconstruction was:
    answer choices
    Andrew Johnson
    Abraham Lincoln
    Ulysses S. Grant
    Richard Nixon
  • Question 77
    30 seconds
    Q. Speech by William Jennings Bryan 
    answer choices
    The Gettysburg Address
    Cross of Gold
    I Have a Dream
    Homestead Act 
  • Question 78
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    Q. This movement advocated for a return to traditional ways of life and challenge white dominance in society. 
    answer choices
    Ghost Dance Movement
    Temperance Movement
    The Pullman Strike
    The People's Party 
  • Question 79
    30 seconds
    Q. Who led the Pullman Strike?
    answer choices
    Chief Joseph 
    Eugene Debs
    George Custer
    Helen Hunt Jackson
  • Question 80
    180 seconds
    Q. This period during the 1870s to 1900 is known for it's rise of railroads, big business, industrialization and social problems in the United States.
    answer choices
    World War I
    Progressive Era
    Gilded age
    Roaring Twenties
  • Question 81
    180 seconds
    Q. in 1882, the Government passed this legislation that restricted immigration for 10 years from a certain group into the United States.
    answer choices
    Nativist Act
    Mexican Reparition Act
    Dawes Act
    Chinese Exclusion Act
  • Question 82
    180 seconds
    Q. During the Gilded age, workers came together to work for better pay, working conditions, and less hours. Leaders such as Samuel Gompers help led many of this workers in....
    answer choices
    Philanthropy
    Labor Unions
    Political Bosses
    Credit Unions
  • Question 83
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    Q. Under this policy in 1887, the Government gave Native Americans land in order to farm land, just like European farmers. 
    answer choices
    Dawes Act
    Ghost Dance
    Trail of Tears
    Laws Act
  • Question 84
    180 seconds
    Q. The innovation of this transportation help open up the national market? 
    answer choices
    boats
    railroads
    autombils 
    horse drawn carriages 
  • Question 85
    180 seconds
    Q. During the 19th and early 20th century, These men helped immigrants with jobs and housing in order to control votes during election? 
    answer choices
    political parties
    El Chapo
    political bosses
    republican party
  • Question 86
    180 seconds
    Q. "New Immigrants" that came to the United States in the early 1900s were from which part of Europe?
    answer choices
    South Europe
    NE Europe
    SW Europe
    SE Europe
  • Question 87
    180 seconds
    Q. Men such as Andrew Carnegie believed in giving money to libraries, musuems and schools to help benefit people who wanted to move up in the social ladder. 
    answer choices
    geopolitical
    political bosses
    Social Darwinism
    Gospel of Wealth
  • Question 88
    180 seconds
    Q. The Pendleton Act of United States in 1883 decided that government jobs should be awarded on the basis of merit (test) instead of political affiliation.
    answer choices
    direct voting
    civil service reform
    political machines
    civil labor unions
  • Question 89
    180 seconds
    Q. Due to the corruption of the railroads companies, the U.S. government created this act to regulate railroad companies to be reasonable in prices.
    answer choices
    Interstate Commerece Act
    Dawes Act
    Transcontiental Act
    Laissez Faire Act 
  • Question 90
    180 seconds
    Q. In what area did the government give land to settlers to farm and expand west in the Homestead Act?
    answer choices
    Texas
    East Coast
    Great Plains
    Rocky Mountains
  • Question 91
    180 seconds
    Q. Because of the rapid growth of Industrilization in the North people moved out of rural towns to?
    answer choices
    Rural farms
    Urbanzied cities
    Subrebs cities
    El rancho
  • Question 92
    180 seconds
    Q. Because of the expansion to the west,  what effects did the creation of railroads cause for the Great Plains? 
    answer choices
    movement of Native Americans and animals, and erosion of soil
    death of Native Americans
    movement of only buffalo
    railroad robberies 
  • Question 93
    60 seconds
    Q. Many Immigrants faced issues once they arrived such as language barriers, but these group of people mostly restricted new immigrants from emtering the country.
    answer choices
    Democrats
    Republicans
    Donald Trump
    Nativists
  • Question 94
    60 seconds
    Q. This is the term for immigrants that is the process for turning and teaching immigrants about the culture and government of the United States.
    answer choices
    Americanization
    Nativism
    American
    MexiCAN
  • Question 95
    180 seconds
    Q. The Farmer's Alliance and the Grange, both founded during the Gilded Age, stood for additional government regulation of trade and creating the conditions for more political power and economic well being for farmers (as compared to industrialists).  What 1890s group was founded, supporting these ideas, and attacking the Gold Standard?
    answer choices
    Progressives
    Free Soil Party
    IWW
    Populists
  • Question 96
    180 seconds
    Q. What New York politician ran a political machine in New York City beginning in 1869, during the Gilded Age, that was incredibly corrupt.  For example, a projected cost of $250,000 for a courthouse turned in to $13,000,000 because of kickbacks and bribes.
    answer choices
    Daley
    Grant
    Tilden
    Tweed
  • Question 97
    180 seconds
    Q. What was a city government marked by corruption, bribery, and Kickbacks (common during the Gilded Age) called?
    answer choices
    credit mobilier
    political machine
    corrected democracy
    electoral politics
  • Question 98
    180 seconds
    Q. Congressional action taken in 1890, during the Gilded Age, that made "contracts, conspiracies, and combinations" that restrained free trade illegal.  This was done to stop the abusive practices of organized trusts in oil, sugar, tobacco...
    answer choices
    Sherman Antitrust Act
    Celler-Kefauver Act
    Clayton Antitrust Act
    Interstate Commerce Act
  • Question 99
    180 seconds
    Q. In 1889, during the Gilded Age, a Settlement House called Hull House was opened in Chicago.  It was designed to help working class women, many recent immigrants, move out of poverty and dependence on others.  It sought to address some of the excesses of industry and business.  Who founded Hull House?
    answer choices
    Margaret Sanger
    Jane Addams
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    Susan B. Anthony
  • Question 100
    180 seconds
    Q. In 1890, during the Gilded Age, who wrote about and photographed the horrible living conditions of America's working poor in the Book, How the Other Half Lives?
    answer choices
    Upton Sinclair
    Ida Tarbell
    Ida Wells
    Jacob Riis
  • Question 101
    60 seconds
    Q. One reason nativists worried about influx of immigrants in 1880s...
    answer choices
    Feared immigrants gain control of city and state governments
    Believed immigrants receive preferential treatment from federal government and receive land
    Thought country's ports could not handle increasing numbers of immigrants and exports
    Considered immigrants from southern and eastern Europe a threat to traditional American cultural values
  • Question 102
    60 seconds
    Q. How Haymarket Square affected Knights of Labor?
    answer choices
    Massive gathering of workers forced federal government to place limits on union's activities
    Workers lost confidence in union's leadership after union president given details of rally to police
    Union members grew disillusioned as newspapers blamed workers for violence
    Union's emphasis on recruiting immigrants angered American-born workers
  • Question 103
    60 seconds
    Q. Who were Exodusters?
    answer choices
    American Indians demanding return of tribal lands
    Eastern Europeans immigrating to US after WWI
    African Americans leaving South after Civil War
    Colonial Americans forming local militias during Revolution
  • Question 104
    60 seconds
    Q. How did KoL differ from AFL?
    answer choices
    KoL advocated strikes as tactic
    KoL opened membership to women, blacks, and ethnic minorities
    KoL developed stronger relationships with policymakers at federal level
    KoL focused on working conditions and workplace safety instead wages and benefits
  • Question 105
    30 seconds
    Q. Populists supported "free silver" because they believed:
    answer choices
    It would result in deflation
    It would increase bank regulations
    It would result in inflation
    None of the following - they supported continuation of the Gold Standard
  • Question 106
    60 seconds
    Q. Based on your knowledge of the Industrial Revolution in the United States, what statement is this cartoon making?
    answer choices
    The federal government is ruining the oil industry by placing too many restrictions and regulations on business owners.
    The oil industry is thriving due to a healthy working relationship with the federal government.
    The owner of Standard Oil has too much power and influence over the federal government.
    Emissions from oil refineries are polluting the air and harming the environment.
  • Question 107
    60 seconds
    Q. Which of following was most closely associated with the Populist Party?
    answer choices
    Jane Addams
    William Jennings Bryan
    Eugene Debs
    Samuel Gompers
  • Question 108
    60 seconds
    Q. What was the main goal of most muckraking journalists?
    answer choices
    Gain fame through articles of high popular interest
    Expose socioeconomic problems in need of political attention
    Increase public awareness of America's great potential
    End corrupt relationships between politicians and big business
  • Question 109
    30 seconds
    Q. John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt worked together on which movement?
    answer choices
    safe food and drug laws
    conservation
    racial equality
    child labor laws
  • Question 110
    30 seconds
    Q. What does Trust-busting mean?
    answer choices
    end discrimination
    stop monopolies (restore competition)
    label ingredients on food and drugs
    election for political offices 
  • Question 111
    30 seconds
    Q. What did the NAACP focus on?
    answer choices
    child labor
    equal rights
    conservation
    protection of animals
  • Question 112
    30 seconds
    Q. Upton Sinclair's The Jungle had which unintended effect?
    answer choices
    it showed racial discrimination
    it showed the harmful things that were in the nation's food
    it established trade guidelines
    it fixed drug regulations
  • Question 113
    30 seconds
    Q. Investigative author who exposed unsanitary conditions
    answer choices
    muckracker
    tenement
    subsitence
    industrialization
  • Question 114
    30 seconds
    Q. Suffrage
    answer choices
    The right to work in factories 
    The right to live in America
    The right to vote
    The right not to vote
  • Question 115
    30 seconds
    Q. Social Darwinism
    answer choices
    The idea that people and businesses compete for survival 
    Journalist who uncovered and proved the truth about the evil of big buisness and politics in America.
    NAACP
    The Jungle
  • Question 116
    20 seconds
    Q. To remove through a vote
    answer choices
    referendum
    socialism
    recall
    capitalism
  • Question 117
    20 seconds
    Q. New laws can be proposed by voters by collecting signatures on a petition
    answer choices
    recall
    referendum
    impressionism
    initiative
  • Question 118
    20 seconds
    Q. This amendment allows people to vote directly for Senators
    answer choices
    16th
    17th
    18th
    19th
  • Question 119
    20 seconds
    Q. The protection of nature and its resources is known as 
    answer choices
    recycling
    conservation
    communism
    socialism
  • Question 120
    30 seconds
    Q. Which of the following incident  originally allowed Roosevelt to become President?
    answer choices
    He was elected.
    McKinley was assassinated. 
    McKinley resigned.
    McKinley was impeached.
  • Question 121
    30 seconds
    Q. Because Roosevelt went after large trusts, he was known as a 
    answer choices
    muckraker.
    trustbuster.
    suffragist.
    businessman.
  • Question 122
    30 seconds
    Q. Because Taft and Roosevelt split the republican vote in 1912
    answer choices
    Taft won the election.
    Wilson won the election
    Roosevelt won the election
    No one won
  • Question 123
    30 seconds
    Q. The "Bull Moose Party" was
    answer choices
    the name of Wilson's party
    the name of Roosevelt's party
    the name of Taft's party
  • Question 124
    30 seconds
    Q. Which was NOT true of Roosevelt's presidency?
    answer choices
    Pushed government to break up bad trusts
    Re-ran as a candidate for the Bull Moose party in 1912
    Pushed for conservation
    Was not a very "progressive" president
  • Question 125
    30 seconds
    Q. What was the major difference between the first two major unions, the Knights of Labor and the American Federation of Labor?
    answer choices
    The Knights of Labor only allowed skilled workers to join
    The Knights of Labor did not allow immigrants to join
    The AFL only allowed skilled workers to join
    The AFL did not allow immigrants to join
  • Question 126
    30 seconds
    Q. Which of these best describes life in a tenement?
    answer choices
    Very crowded
    Lots of sickness & disease
    No windows, heat, or plumbing
    All of these describe tenement life
  • Question 127
    30 seconds
    Q. What continent did 90% of immigrants come to the United States from during the late 1800s?
    answer choices
    Europe
    Asia
    Latin America
    Africa
  • Question 128
    30 seconds
    Q. What was the name given to the group of people who thought immigrants could not assimilate, took away jobs, and promoted violence?
    answer choices
    Patriots
    Loyalists
    Nativists
    Radicals
  • Question 129
    30 seconds
    Q. What was the time period called that suggested that the U.S. appeared to be fine, but beneath the surface there was corruption and serious problems?
    answer choices
    False America
    Gilded Age
    Teasing Times
    Erroneous Era
  • Question 130
    30 seconds
    Q. Who was the most influential African American during this time, encouraging African Americans to GRADUALLY move up in society?
    answer choices
    Malcolm X
    Booker T. Washington
    George Washington Carver
    Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Question 131
    30 seconds
    Q. W.E.B. Du Bois helped found the NAACP, or the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, in 1909.
    answer choices
    True
    False
  • Question 132
    30 seconds
    Q. Which of the following was NOT one of the new attractions that major cities offered?
    answer choices
    Shopping & theaters
    Professional sporting events
    Zoos & museums
    Amusement Parks & carnivals
  • Question 133
    30 seconds
    Q. If Teddy Roosevelt had not run for the Bull Moose party in 1912 the election result probably would have been different. Taft would not have split the Republican vote with Roosevelt and he would have defeated Woodrow Wilson.
    answer choices
    True
    False
  • Question 134
    30 seconds
    Q. The cultural fusion and integration of different groups of people that occurred in the U.S. around the time was called ____________________. 
    answer choices
    integration
    assimilation
    immigration
    procrastination
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