Early Republic
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  • Question 1
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    Q. In his Farewell Address, Washington urged the American people to:
    answer choices
    Establish more effective political parties
    Limit a president to two terms in office
    value and maintain a sense of national unity
    create a defensive alliance with European countries
  • Question 2
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    Q. In his Farewell Address, Washington warned the United States to avoid which of the following?
    answer choices
    immigrant agreements with European nations
    trade relationships with European nations
    diplomatic relations with European powers
    permanent alliances with European powers
  • Question 3
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    Q. In the mid-1800's, Americans believed in the idea of Manifest Destiny through that:
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    It was important to maintain good relations with U.S. neighbors
    no new territories should be added to the country
    the Oregon territory should be  equally divided between Britain and the U.S.
    The U.S. should expand its territory from the Atlantic to the Pacific
  • Question 4
    30 seconds
    Q. "Go West, young man, and grow up with the country."
    This quote is associated with which of these?
    answer choices
    Farmers Alliance
    Populist Party
    Manifest Destiny
    Temperance movement
  • Question 5
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    Q. What was the main foreign policy problem  before the War of 1812
    answer choices
    violations of the neutrality and impressment of American ships
    refusal of France to sell the Louisiana Territory
    closing the port of New Orleans by the Spanish
    attempts by the British to invade the U.S. from Canada
  • Question 6
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    Q. What is one reason for the decrease in exports from 1810 to 1812?
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    a decline in industrial output
    competition from French merchants
    military and economic conflicts with Great Britain causing a trade embargo
    an increase in production and transportation costs
  • Question 7
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    Q. What impact did the Battle of New Orleans have on the U.S. in 1815
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    It weakened the strength of the U.S. military
    It resolved the issue of British impressment of U.S. ships
    It caused the U.S. to lose access to the Gulf port
    It boosted a sense of patriotism and unity among U.S. citizens
  • Question 8
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    Q. How did the War of 1812 affect the U.S. domestically?
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    It created a greater dependence on foreign exports
    It weakened citizens' respect for American naval forces
    It increased manufacturing and economic independence
    it decreased the threat from American Indians west of the Mississippi River
  • Question 9
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    Q. The administration of President Monroe was called the "Era of Good Feelings" because
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    it was a time of few political disputes and political party divisions
    there were no economic depressions 
    most Americans were content to remain where they were
    the national bank successfully managed the economy
  • Question 10
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    Q. The addition of Florida in 1819 to the United States cost $5 million and was purchased from
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    Britain
    Mexico
    France
    Spain
  • Question 11
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    Q. As part of the Missouri Compromise, which state was added along with Missouri to keep the balance equal between the Free states and Slave states?
    answer choices
    Illinois
    California
    Indiana
    Maine
  • Question 12
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    Q. What was the purpose of the Monroe Doctrine in 1823?
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    To open Canda to American settlers
    To prevent new European expansion in the Americas
    To acquire Florida for the United States
    To end the U.S. alliance with Great Britain
  • Question 13
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    Q. In the U.S. prior to 1820, what was the primary conflict between white settlers and American Indians?
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    Conversion of Catholicism
    Use of land
    Navigation of the Mississippi River
    Protection of animals
  • Question 14
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    Q. How did the Treaty with the Cherokee affect the Cherokee Indians?
    answer choices
    Cherokee Indians were forced to move off their land
    Cherokee Indians were given the right to own land in Georgia
    Cherokee Indians moved to Mexico and Canada to find hunting grounds
    Cherokee Indians were required to move to the state of Georgia and sell their land in the West
  • Question 15
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    Q. The Indian Removal Act was written  in early 1800s. The government used this act to move American Indians to the in the West. How did this become known as the Trail of Tears?
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    American Indians were forced from their land and many died on the long journey
    Many U.S. citizens did not agree with the government's decision to relocate American Indians
    American Indians only lost half of their land, but still could not live, hunt, or farm on it.
    U.S. Citizens knew that the American Indians would never get their land back from the government
  • Question 16
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    Q. What was the impact of westward expansion on American Indians during the Jacksonian Era?
    answer choices
    Most American Indians were forced to move to Canada
    Most American Indians were assimilated into U.S. society
    Most American Indians were relocated to lands west of the Mississippi River
    Most American Indians were able to negotiate to keep their land
  • Question 17
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    Q. Why did Andrew Jackson want to remove American Indians from their homeland in the 1830s?
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    Jackson wanted to open up more land for white settlement
    Jackson wanted to make himself wealthy by removing the American Indians
    Jackson believed that the Constitution required the removal of American Indians
  • Question 18
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    Q. The Cartoon, reflects the opinion that President Jackson was 
    answer choices
    not qualified to be president
    Unable to make important decisions
    abusing the power of the presidency
    overly influenced by European political ideas
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