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1
Geography
  • What is the capital of Washington?
  • Olympia
  • Seattle
  • D.C.
  • Richmond

2
Geography
  • Which capital belongs to the non-
  • contiguous region?
  • Sacramento
  • Tallahassee
  • Honolulu
  • Richmond

3
Geography
  • Which group of famous cities would
  • you find in the Northeastern part of the
  • United States?
  • San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle
  • Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit
  • New York, Boston, Pittsburgh
  • Atlanta, Washington D.C., New Orleans

4
Geography
  • What United States city is known for
  • their steel plants?
  • Pittsburgh
  • Detroit
  • Chicago
  • Philadelphia

5
Geography
  • If you were an African American in the
  • 1920s, where would you live in order to
  • have a better standard of living?
  • Montgomery, Alabama
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Atlanta, Georgia

6
Geography
  • The textile industry in the United
  • States is associated with what area?
  • New England
  • Pacific Region
  • Detroit
  • Los Angeles

7
Geography
  • What states are located in the
  • southwest region of the United States?
  • Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire
  • Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico
  • Alaska, California, Hawaii
  • Maryland, Delaware, Virginia

8
Geography
  • Which group of cities is located in the
  • southwestern region of the United
  • States?
  • Honolulu, Juneau
  • Atlanta, New Orleans
  • San Antonio, Santa Fe
  • Boston, Philadelphia

9
Westward Expansion
  • Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce Indians
  • toward Canada, but finally decided he
  • must -
  • Enjoy life on a reservation
  • Surrender to the army
  • Live in Mexico
  • Continue to fight

10
Westward Expansion
  • What led to the collapse of the cattle
  • drives in the west?
  • There was no way to get the cattle to the east.
  • There were too many cattle for the open range.
  • The creation of the transcontinental railroad.
  • Sheep ranchers took over the open range.

11
Westward Movement
  • After the Civil War, what two valuable
  • minerals were discovered in the West?
  • coal and silver
  • copper and coal
  • gold and coal
  • silver and gold

12
Westward Expansion
  • What was the result of prospectors
  • moving to new mining sites?
  • Homesteads
  • Boom towns
  • Indian reservations
  • Ghost towns

13
Westward Expansion
  • How did the invention of barbed wire and the
    steel
  • plow influence the westward movement?
  • It allowed people to move to more challenging
    environments.
  • It improved tobacco farming in Virginia.
  • It improved railroad construction.
  • It allowed farmers to plant more crops.

14
Westward Expansion
  • Due to low rainfall on the Great Plains,
  • farmers adapted their techniques by
  • using which of the following?
  • Sod homes
  • Dry farming
  • Railroads
  • Barbed wire

15
Westward Expansion
  • What form of shelter did settlers use
  • because of the scarcity of trees on the
  • Great Plains?
  • Teepee
  • Grass hut
  • Log cabin
  • Sod house

16
Westward Expansion
  • What new invention allowed wheat
  • farmers to harvest their crops more
  • quickly?
  • Steel plow
  • Windmill
  • Barbed wire
  • Railroads

17
Westward Expansion
  • Which best describes the features and
  • climate of the Great Plains?
  • Flatlands that rise gradually from east to west.
  • Land eroded by dust storms and water
  • Low rainfall
  • All of the above

18
Westward Expansion
  • What reason caused people to expand
  • westward?
  • Opportunities for land ownership
  • Transcontinental railroad
  • Gold and silver
  • All of the above

19
Westward Expansion
  • What physical feature of the Great
  • Plains made the land ideal for raising
  • cattle?
  • Abundant trees
  • Flat open prairie
  • Large rivers
  • Rolling hills

20
Westward Expansion
  • What motivated the government policy
  • of forcing all Native Americans onto
  • reservations?
  • A desire to protect their way of life
  • To give them voting rights
  • To get more land for settlers
  • To punish settlers for stealing land

21
Westward Expansion
  • The idea of Manifest Destiny meant
  • what?
  • Native Americans had an equal claim to the lands
    in the west.
  • Slavery should be allowed in the west.
  • No more European colonies would be allowed in
    America.
  • The United States had the right to expand to the
    Pacific Ocean.

22
Westward Expansion
  • Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull played a
  • part in the _____?
  • Battle of Little Big Horn
  • Civil War
  • Sand Creek Massacre
  • Spanish American War

23
Westward Expansion
  • The completion of the Transcontinental
  • Railroad in 1869 contributed to the
  • settlement of what region of the United
  • States?
  • Northeast
  • Southeast
  • Western Rocky Mountains
  • Non-contiguous

24
Westward Expansion
  • What was the impact of the westward
  • movement on the Native Americans?
  • Reservations
  • Gold
  • Homestead Act
  • Civil War

25
Westward Expansion
  • Buffalo in the west were on the verge
  • Of _____?
  • Being domesticated
  • Extermination
  • Set aside for Indians
  • All of the above

26
Westward Expansion
  • Which of the following was a provision
  • of the Homestead Act?
  • Gold
  • Transcontinental Railroad
  • 160 acres of land
  • Cattle drives

27
Westward Expansion
  • Which of the following men fought in
  • the Battle of Little Big Horn?
  • George Custer
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Chief Joseph
  • Abraham Lincoln

28
Westward Expansion
  • The Transcontinental Railroad helped
  • to link the following?
  • Arctic Ocean to the Indian Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
  • Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean
  • Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean

29
Westward Expansion
  • An Indian reservation is?
  • Hunting ground for all Americans
  • A national park for Indians
  • Land set aside for Indians
  • Land set aside for buffalo

30
Westward Expansion
  • The Homestead Act of 1862 helped
  • the development of the West by?
  • Granting land for the construction of the
    transcontinental railroad
  • Allowing slavery to spread through the
    territories
  • Providing free land to settlers
  • Placing Native Americans on reservations

31
Immigration
  • Immigrants came to the United states from
  • many parts of the world. Which group
  • traveled the shortest distance to get to the
  • United States?
  • Chinese
  • Canadians
  • Irish
  • German

32
Immigration
  • In the late 1800s, the increase for
  • tenement building was a direct result
  • of ____?
  • Changing roles for women during war
  • Rapid growth of cities due to immigrants
  • Westward expansion by Americans
  • Young children working in factories

33
Immigration
  • Which of the following BEST describes
  • a tenement?
  • Cramped quarters on a ship
  • Place to go for food and shelter
  • A run-down apartment building
  • A suburb of the city

34
Immigration
  • Hull House, a famous settlement house
  • in Chicago, was founded by which of
  • the following?
  • Jane Addams
  • Susan B. Anthony
  • Bessie Smith
  • Eleanor Roosevelt

35
Immigration
  • During the 1800s/ early 1900s,
  • working conditions were _____?
  • Good, with an 8-hour day, good wages, and safe
  • conditions.
  • Okay, with high wages, and fairly safe
    conditions.
  • Poor, with long hours, low wages, and unsafe
    conditions.
  • Poor, with short hours, low wages, and safe
    conditions.

36
Immigration
  • Where did most of the post Civil War
  • immigrants come from?
  • Eastern China
  • South Africa
  • Western Asia
  • Eastern Europe

37
Immigration
  • The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882
  • prevented Chinese from?
  • Leaving Ellis Island
  • Immigrating to America
  • Leaving America
  • Emigrating from China

38
Immigration
  • This is a picture of what
  • island located off the
  • coast of New York?
  • New York Island
  • Great Hall Island
  • Ellis Island
  • Angel Island

39
Immigration
  • This picture most
  • likely represents
  • what?
  • Westward expansion
  • Emigration
  • Labor Union
  • Homestead strike

40
Immigration
  • Americas first attempt to limit the number of
  • immigrants entering the United States began
  • in 1882 with the inception of?
  • Restriction on Russian immigrants
  • The Chinese Exclusion Act
  • The Japanese Exclusion Act
  • Standard Quota for formula system

41
Immigration
  • What product was most responsible for
  • the growth of the major industrial area
  • in Detroit, Michigan?
  • Oil industry
  • Textile industry
  • Automobile industry
  • Steel industry

42
Immigration
  • After the Civil War, what city became
  • the center of the meat packing
  • industry?
  • Sacramento
  • Kansas City
  • Pittsburgh
  • Chicago

43
Immigration
  • Which of the following is NOT a reason
  • immigrants came to the United States
  • following the Civil War?
  • For a new adventure
  • To begin an oppressive government
  • Hope for a better opportunity
  • Religious freedom

44
Immigration
  • Alexander Graham Bell invented the -
  • Cotton gin
  • Telephone
  • Light bulb
  • Steam boat

45
Immigration
  • Which is the correct combination?
  • Cotton gin - Carnegie
  • Telephone - Rockefeller
  • Lighting and Electricity - Edison
  • Railroads - Bell

46
Immigration
  • What modern technology can trace its
  • origin to an invention of Alexander
  • Graham Bell?
  • Airplane
  • Cell phone
  • Microwave
  • Nuclear power

47
Industrialization
  • Which was NOT a result of affordable
  • automobiles?
  • Growth of cities
  • Greater mobility
  • Creation of jobs
  • Suburban developments

48
Industrialization
  • Which statement is evidence that labor unions
  • were more powerful after World War II?
  • More workers were injured in factory accidents.
  • Workers worked more hours for less money.
  • Fewer workers wanted to join the union.
  • Workers got new benefits and higher salaries.

49
Industrialization
  • Andrew Carnegie is most associated
  • with -
  • Railroads
  • Steel
  • Mining
  • Oil

50
Industrialization
  • John D. Rockefeller formed a
  • monopoly in -
  • Steel
  • Railroads
  • Oil
  • Cattle

51
Industrialization
  • All of the following are matched
  • correctly EXCEPT?
  • John D. Rockefeller oil
  • Andrew Carnegie steel
  • Henry Ford automobile
  • David Sarnoff - railroads

52
Industrialization
  • The assembly line increased?
  • The need for skilled workers
  • The quality of products while increasing costs
  • The quantity of products while decreasing costs
  • Worker safety on the job

53
Industrialization
  • As a result of new technologies in the
  • 1920s, Americans had -
  • More chores to complete
  • Extra leisure time
  • Less time to play sports
  • An increase income

54
Industrialization
  • Labor unions formed to help workers -
  • Work longer hours for lower pay
  • Child labor laws
  • Encourage the use of more child labor
  • Stop government interference in the workplace

55
Industrialization
  • When labor union workers protested
  • low pay or working conditions, they
  • used -
  • Monopolies
  • Child labor laws
  • Strikes
  • Trusts

56
Industrialization
  • The Homestead Strike of 1892 involved-
  • Standard Oil employees
  • Workers from McCormick
  • Carnegies steel workers
  • Pullmans railway employees

57
Industrialization
  • Which of the following workers could
  • have been a member of the American
  • Federation of Labor?
  • Factory worker
  • Farmer
  • Slave
  • Doctor

58
Industrialization
  • One of the most important
  • improvements in transportation in the
  • early twentieth century was the -
  • Railroad
  • Automobile
  • Ships
  • Steam engine

59
Industrialization
  • Which of the following was most
  • responsible for the decrease in the use
  • of railroads for transporting goods?
  • Internet
  • Satellites
  • Interstate highways
  • telecommunications

60
Industrialization
  • John needs to research information about
  • diabetes. Which modern technology
  • would be the most useful?
  • Cell phone
  • Pager
  • Telegraph
  • Internet

61
Industrialization
  • Which of the following was
  • accomplished by the space program in
  • 1970?
  • Put a man on the moon
  • Create a city on the moon
  • Travel to the sun
  • Put a man on Mars

62
Reform Movements
  • What corrupt organizations controlled
  • local government in many cities during
  • the Progressive Era?
  • Muckrakers
  • Progressives
  • Political machines
  • Suffragists

63
Progressive Era
  • What is Jane Addams mainly known for?
  • The creation of the American Federation of Labor
  • The work of Hull House
  • Her work in the womens suffrage movement
  • Writing a history of the Standard Oil Company

64
Industrialization
  • Why did Henry Ford use the assembly line?
  • To increase the number of cars and decrease the
    price
  • To decrease the number of cars and increase the
    price
  • To create a wider variety of cars
  • To pay his employees less

65
Industrialization
  • The creation of stocks, corporations,
  • and trusts are most closely connected with -
  • Rise of big business
  • Development of the factory system
  • Formation of labor unions
  • Invention of the automobile

66
Industrialization
  • Who used the assembly line in the
  • automobile industry?
  • John D. Rockefeller
  • Andrew Carnegie
  • Henry Ford
  • J.P. Morgan

67
Industrialization
  • Guglielmo Marconi was the first to sent
  • messages using -
  • Radio waves
  • Telegraph
  • Telephone
  • Television

68
Progressive Era
  • Which is the best summary of the aims
  • of the Progressive Movement?
  • Cleaning up the worlds cities
  • Eliminating abuses like crime and alcohol
  • Helping new immigrants find homes
  • Solving the problems created by Industrialization

69
Wars
  • In which war was Teddy Roosevelt a
  • military leader?
  • Civil War
  • World War I
  • Cold War
  • Spanish-American War

70
Spanish American War
  • Which event was the most important factor in
  • determining American involvement to the
  • Spanish-American War?
  • Blowing up of the USS Maine
  • Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
  • Creation of the Rough Riders
  • Sinking of the Lusitania

71
Spanish American War
  • Which of the following did NOT become a
    territory of the United States after the
    Spanish-American War?
  • Guam
  • Philippines
  • Cuba
  • Puerto Rico

72
Spanish American War
  • From what country did Cuba want their
  • independence?
  • United States
  • Spain
  • Puerto Rico
  • Great Britain

73
Spanish American War
  • Which of the following BEST describes
  • the United States after the Spanish
  • American War?
  • Dominant nation
  • Emerging world power
  • Economically dependent
  • Politically independent

74
Spanish American War
  • The United States gained which of the
  • following territories as a result of the
  • Spanish-American War?
  • Puerto Rico, Cuba, Guam
  • Guam, Philippines, Cuba
  • Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines
  • Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines

75
Spanish American War
  • Exaggerated news reports of events is
  • an example of -
  • Yellow Journalism
  • Tabloid Journalism
  • Muckraker Journalism
  • Biased Journalism

76
Spanish American War
  • The main goal of yellow journalism is
  • To -
  • Create revolutions
  • Sell more newspapers
  • Tell the truth
  • Win support for a particular individual

77
World War I
  • Which of the events was a major
  • reason the United States became involved in
  • World War I?
  • League of Nations
  • Sinking of the Lusitania
  • Archduke assassination
  • XYZ telegram

78
World War I
  • The United States and its allies fought
  • the Central Powers in World War I. The
  • Allies included -
  • Austria-Hungary and Turkey
  • Britain and France
  • Germany and Belgium
  • Spain and Ottoman Empire

79
World War I
  • Which result of World War I became a
  • cause of World War II?
  • The Versailles Treaty being unfair
  • The League of Nations was a success
  • France was divided into two countries
  • United States became isolationist

80
World War I
  • Which of the following is an accurate
  • statement about the League of Nations?
  • The United States does not join the League of
    Nations
  • World peace is acquired
  • Germany declares war over the League of Nations
  • The League of Nations still exists today

81
World War I
  • What was a result of the Versailles
  • Treaty?
  • World War II
  • Assassination of Archduke
  • Germany experiences economic success
  • Sinking of the USS Maine

82
World War I
  • Which major nation was also allied with
  • Britain and France through most of
  • World War I?
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Sweden

83
World War I
  • Many Americans opposed joining the League
  • of Nations because they believed that -
  • Dues the United States would have to pay would be
    too costly.
  • The League of Nations would not follow a
    democratic policy.
  • The League of Nations would allow Germany to
    join.
  • This would cause the United States to become
    involved in another European War.

84
World War I
  • Why did the Germans torpedo the Lusitania?
  • They wanted to kill innocent Americans.
  • They were upset that they had lost the war.
  • The ship was secretly sending weapons to Great
    Britain.
  • It was a mistake by the U-boat captain.

85
World War I
  • Why was it necessary for soldiers in
  • World War I to wear protective masks?
  • Machine gun fire
  • Flame throwers
  • Mustard Gas
  • Bayonet

86
1920s and 1930s
  • During the 1920s and 1930s, Aaron
  • Copeland, George Gershwin, and Duke
  • Ellington were all associated with -
  • Literature
  • Music
  • Art
  • Politics

87
1920s
  • Which invention helped speed up
  • production in the automobile industry?
  • Mail order retailing
  • Assembly line
  • Hydroelectric plant
  • Wireless communication

88
1920s
  • The growth of organized crime was a
  • direct consequence of -
  • Increased immigration
  • Prohibition
  • Jazz Age
  • Civil Rights Movement

89
1920s
  • Aaron Copland was responsible for -
  • Writing jazz music
  • Turning his back on American traditions
  • Creating classical compositions
  • Writing folk songs

90
Reform Movements
  • Home appliances allowed women to?
  • Serve in the military
  • Work outside of the home
  • Have larger families
  • Have less leisure time

91
1920s
  • The Harlem Renaissance was a -
  • Fair in New York
  • Celebration of African American art and
    literature
  • Nightclub for African Americans
  • Earned African Americans the right to vote

92
1920s
  • Which of the following aviators flew the
  • worlds first plane?
  • Charles Lindbergh
  • Wright Brothers
  • Amelia Earhart
  • Babe Ruth

93
Reform Movements
  • Bootleggers -
  • Smuggled illegal alcohol
  • Supported the Temperance Movement
  • Followed the 18th Amendment
  • Raided and closed speakeasies

94
1920s
  • All of the following are correctly paired
  • EXCEPT?
  • Langston Hughes - artist
  • Bessie Smith - blues singer
  • Georgia OKeefe - poet
  • Duke Ellington - jazz musician

95
1920s
  • Which of the following is associated
  • with movies?
  • David Sarnoff
  • Guglielmo Marconi
  • Charlie Chaplin
  • Eleanor Roosevelt

96
1920s
  • Which of the following is NOT a labor
  • saving device?
  • Washing machine
  • Electric lighting
  • Radio
  • Electric stove

97
1920s
  • The artist who taught about the Great
  • Migration North through their paintings
  • was -
  • Langston Hughes
  • Georgia OKeeffe
  • Jacob Lawrence
  • Booker T. Washington

98
Reform Movements
  • Which of the following is true about the
  • Progressive Movement in the
  • workplace?
  • Improved safety conditions
  • Increased working hours
  • Decreased workers pay
  • Increased child labor

99
Reform Movements
  • In what way did the 18th Amendment
  • affect Americans?
  • Women were granted the right to vote
  • Firearms were banned in public places
  • The sale of alcohol was banned
  • Congress could collect income taxes

100
Reform Movements
  • The Temperance Movement eventually -
  • Increased the crime rate
  • Granted women the right to vote
  • Declared speakeasies legal
  • Helped people become less angry

101
1920s
  • Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong
  • contributed to the development of what
  • musical movement?
  • Classical
  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Country

102
Reform Movements
  • All of the following resulted from
  • prohibition EXCEPT?
  • Speakeasies
  • Bootlegging
  • c. Boomtowns
  • Organized Crime

103
Reform Movements
  • What movement wanted to amend the
  • Constitution to grant women the right
  • to vote?
  • Prohibition
  • Womens Suffrage
  • Temperance Movement
  • Jim Crow Movement

104
Reform Movements
  • Which of the following supports how Susan B.
  • Anthony felt about womens rights?
  • Women should be paid less than men
  • Women should have the right to vote
  • Women should not go to college
  • Women should NOT have the right to vote

105
Reform Movements
  • All of the following are reasons for the Great
  • Migration North EXCEPT?
  • Jobs for African Americans were scarce in the
    South
  • African Americans were facing discrimination in
    the South
  • African Americans were searching for jobs in the
    North
  • There was no discrimination in the North

106
1920s
  • Writers of the Harlem Renaissance
  • were concerned with the -
  • Fashions of the 1920s
  • Cultural experiences of African Americans
  • Effects of prohibition on Americans
  • Long term effects of World War I

107
Reform Movements
  • The Temperance Movement was an
  • attempt to alter immoral actions by -
  • Providing women the opportunity to vote
  • Banning the consumption of alcohol
  • Outlawing the use of child labor
  • Providing tax relief for immigrants

108
1920s
  • The Great Migration North is defined as -
  • African American writers, musicians, and artists
    gaining popularity
  • People moving from the cities to the suburbs
  • Mexicans immigrating to the United States
  • African Americans moved to the northern cities in
    search of better jobs

109
Great Depression
  • Which writer described the life of
  • migrant workers during the Great
  • Depression?
  • John Steinbeck
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Langston Hughes

110
Great Depression
  • Which was a major feature of the New
  • Deal?
  • Social Security program
  • Head Start program
  • Homestead Act
  • Pure Food and Drug Act

111
Great Depression
  • Which President is associated with the
  • New Deal?
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Harry Truman
  • Teddy Roosevelt
  • Franklin Roosevelt

112
Great Depression
  • All of the following were impacts of the
  • Great Depression EXCEPT?
  • Consumers had to wait in line for food
  • The price of farm goods fell
  • Investments in business became worthless
  • Farmers income rose to higher levels

113
Great Depression
  • In what decade did the stock market crash?
  • 1910s
  • 1920s
  • 1940s
  • 1950s

114
Great Depression
  • The Social Security Act -
  • Gave benefits to elderly Americans
  • Is no longer in use today
  • Provided free meals to the homeless
  • Employed thousands of Americans

115
Great Depression
  • All of the following were causes of the
  • Great Depression EXCEPT?
  • Over speculation on stocks
  • Failure of the Federal Reserve to prevent the
    banks from collapsing
  • High tariffs strangled international trade
  • Business created job assistance programs

116
Economics
  • The Stock Market Crash is considered
  • to be the beginning of -
  • The Roaring Twenties
  • The Great Depression
  • The New Deal
  • World War II

117
Great Depression
  • During the height of the Great
  • Depression, one in _____ workers was
  • unemployed?
  • 2
  • 4
  • 6
  • 8

118
Great Depression
  • All of the following were major features
  • of the New Deal EXCEPT?
  • Environmental improvement plans
  • Retirement plans for the elderly
  • Farm assistance programs
  • More taxes on the poor

119
World War II
  • Anti-Semitism is associated with -
  • Discrimination of Jews
  • Discrimination of African Americans
  • Discrimination of Italians
  • Discrimination of Germans

120
World War II
  • What example of propaganda got
  • women to go to work in factories?
  • Susan the Warrior
  • Rosie the Riveter
  • Truman the Conqueror
  • Hitler the Anti-Semitic

121
World War II
  • The phrase Baby Boom refers to
  • what event?
  • An increase in births during World War II
  • A large number of very young soldiers in the Army
  • An increase in births from the end of WWII
    through the 1950s
  • An increase in the number of school children in
    the early 1930s

122
Reform Movements
  • In which time period did women
  • outnumber men working in factories?
  • Before World War II
  • During World War II
  • After World War II
  • After World War I

123
World War II
  • Of the following events, which
  • occurred LAST?
  • V-E Day (Victory over Europe)
  • Germany invades Belgium
  • D-Day Invasion
  • V-J Day (Victory over Japan)

124
World War II
  • The first place occupied by Hitler
  • during World War II was -
  • France
  • Great Britain
  • Spain
  • Poland

125
World War II
  • What ended United States isolationism
  • and brought the nation into World
  • War II?
  • German U-boat attacks
  • The attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Beginning of Lend-Lease
  • The Non-Aggression Pact

126
World War II
  • Which of the following nations was
  • partially occupied by German troops?
  • Great Britain
  • United States
  • France
  • Poland

127
World War II
  • President Truman dropped the atomic
  • bombs to -
  • Avoid huge United States casualties
  • Prolong the war
  • Punish the Japanese
  • Reduce civilian deaths

128
World War II
  • What was Hitlers final solution?
  • A policy requiring Jews to live in ghettos
  • The expulsion of Jews to Palestine
  • The policy of killing all Jews
  • The trial of Nazi leaders

129
World War II
  • Which event comes immediately before
  • the United States entered World War II?
  • Bombing of Pearl Harbor
  • Battle of Midway
  • D-Day
  • Germany invades Poland

130
Reform Movements
  • Whose rights did Eleanor Roosevelt
  • help expand?
  • Women of all colors
  • European-American men
  • Congress
  • Doctors

131
World War II
  • Which leader is correctly matched to
  • the correct form of government?
  • Fascism - Hitler
  • Communist - Roosevelt
  • Democratic - Tojo Hideki
  • Anarchism - Mussolini

132
World War II
  • On D-Day the Allies -
  • Dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima
  • Landed on the beaches of France
  • Invaded Italy
  • Defeated Hitler

133
World War II
  • Which battle was the turning point for
  • the United States in the Pacific War?
  • Pearl Harbor
  • Coral Sea
  • Midway
  • Guam

134
World War II
  • Which of the following events is
  • associated with the beginning of World
  • War II?
  • Bombing of Pearl Harbor
  • Germany invading Poland
  • Sinking of the Lusitania
  • Invasion of Normandy

135
World War II
  • Which group of Americans were forced
  • to move into internment camps?
  • Japanese-Americans
  • Chinese-Americans
  • German-Americans
  • Italian-Americans

136
World War II
  • The famous Non-Aggression Pact was
  • signed between -
  • Stalin and Hitler
  • Roosevelt and Stalin
  • Tojo and Stalin
  • Stalin and Churchill

137
World War II
  • When did World War II begin?
  • August 1, 1915
  • June 6, 1944
  • September 1, 1939
  • October 29, 1929

138
World War II
  • Which is NOT a member of the Allies in
  • World War II?
  • France
  • Soviet Union
  • Italy
  • Great Britain

139
World War II
  • Which of the following is not
  • something Hitler gained during
  • appeasement?
  • Austria
  • Poland
  • Sudetenland
  • Czechoslovakia

140
World War II
  • Which country was led by Adolph Hitler?
  • Soviet Union
  • Great Britain
  • Italy
  • Germany

141
World War II
  • Following World War II, women -
  • Remained in the workforce
  • Gained equal pay with men
  • Returned to family responsibilities
  • Gained corporate leadership

142
World War II
  • Which country was led by Benito
  • Mussolini?
  • Soviet Union
  • Great Britain
  • Italy
  • Germany

143
World War II
  • Which leader is NOT correctly matched
  • to the correct country?
  • Truman United States
  • Roosevelt United States
  • Churchill France
  • Stalin Soviet Union

144
World War II
  • Which of the following was leader of
  • ONE of the three axis Powers during
  • World War II?
  • Benito Mussolini
  • Winston Churchill
  • William King
  • Josef Stalin

145
World War II
  • What was the Holocaust?
  • A plan to build enough nuclear weapons to wipe
    out the human race
  • A policy of using Jewish slave labor in Germanys
    wartime work camps
  • An attempt to break an opponents will to fight
    by heavily bombing his cities
  • An attempt to kill all European Jews

146
World War II
  • In the United States, which of the following
  • were the victims of the most serious
  • discrimination during World War II?
  • African Americans
  • German Americans
  • Japanese Americans
  • Italian Americans

147
World War II
  • Identify the country the United States
  • supplied arms under the Lend-Lease
  • Act?
  • Germany
  • Great Britain
  • Japan
  • Spain

148
World War II
  • Which was the most likely destination
  • for a German-Jewish woman during
  • World War II?
  • Internment Camp
  • Concentration Camp
  • United States
  • Soviet Union

149
World War II
  • What type of government did Japan
  • adopt following World War II?
  • Communist
  • Fascist
  • Socialist
  • Democratic

150
World War II
  • All of the following are a result of the
  • bombing of Pearl Harbor EXCEPT?
  • United States declares war on Japan
  • The United States Navy was destroyed
  • The United States dropped an atomic bomb on Japan
  • Japan bombs the Lusitania

151
World War II
  • Which of the following governments
  • give total power to a dictator?
  • Democracy
  • Fascism
  • Communism
  • Socialism

152
Cold War
  • After World War II, Germany was -
  • Partitioned into East and West Germany
  • Forced to pay reparations for World War II
    damages
  • An American Territory
  • Under total Communist domination

153
World War II
  • How did Americans at home help the
  • war effort in World War II?
  • By rationing resources
  • By fighting in Europe
  • By hoarding food
  • Going on as if nothing had happened

154
World War II
  • In 1945, which of the following was
  • established to prevent future global
  • wars?
  • Berlin Wall
  • Manhattan Project
  • United Nations
  • European Union

155
Cold War
  • The main reason the United States
  • chose to rebuild Europe after World
  • War II was to -
  • Prevent immigration to America
  • Help the Soviet Union
  • Prevent more political instability
  • Punish the Allied Powers

156
Cold War
  • After World War II, the United States
  • helped rebuild Europe using the -
  • Truman doctrine
  • Marshall Plan
  • United Nations
  • Nuremberg Trials

157
Cold War
  • After World War II, the United States -
  • Returned to a policy of isolationism
  • Helped to rebuild Europe
  • Insisted on punishing Japan
  • Turned Germany over to the Soviet Union

158
Cold War
  • The United Nations differs from the
  • League of Nations because it -
  • Is an international organization
  • Has the United States as a member
  • Tries to prevent future global wars
  • Is a peacekeeping organization

159
Cold War
  • What event is associated with the
  • collapse of Communism?
  • Division of Korea
  • Vietnam War cease-fire
  • Destruction of the Berlin Wall
  • Creation of the Warsaw Pact

160
Cold War
  • The Berlin Airlift allowed -
  • Berlins inhabitants to escape
  • The Allies to supply Berlin
  • The Soviets to build a wall around Berlin
  • The West to attack the Soviet Union

161
Cold War
  • Which country was separated by the
  • Iron Curtain?
  • Poland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Italy

162
Cold War
  • During the Cold War, the United States
  • policy of containment was to limit the
  • spread of -
  • Democracy
  • Fascism
  • Communism
  • Socialism

163
Cold War
  • Which event spurred on the development
  • of the United States space program?
  • Achievement of Charles Lindbergh
  • The computerization of banking
  • Development of nuclear power
  • Soviet launching of Sputnik

164
Cold War
  • Which of the following occurred during
  • the Cuban Missile Crisis?
  • Soviet Union placed missiles in Cuba
  • North Vietnam placed missiles in Cuba
  • United States placed missiles in Cuba
  • Great Britain placed missiles in Cuba

165
Cold War
  • The term Cold War means -
  • Tension between the United States and the USSR
  • Combat between the United States and the USSR
  • Combat in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions
  • Tension between England and the
  • United States

166
Cold War
  • What is the United Nations?
  • A group of nations that try to prevent future
    global wars
  • Nations of North and South America who use the
    same currency
  • Nations who unite to trade with each other
  • A group of European nations that promote tourism

167
Cold War
  • What is the name given to a failed
  • attempt, which the United States
  • supported, to take over Cuba?
  • Iran-Contra Affair
  • The Bay of Pigs
  • The Cuban Missile Crisis
  • The Grenada War

168
Cold War
  • The Cold War ended with the-
  • Destruction on the North Atlantic Treaty
    Organization
  • Break up of the Soviet Union into independent
    countries
  • Return of the United States to an isolationist
    country
  • Spread of communism into Europe and Asia

169
Cold War
  • During the Cuban Missile Crisis, the United
  • States responded to Soviet missiles in Cuba
  • by -
  • Invading Cuba
  • Attacking the Soviet Union
  • Imposing a blockade around Cuba
  • Negotiating a treaty with the Soviet Union

170
Cold War
  • East and West Germany were reunited by -
  • Cuban Missile Crisis
  • Bay of Pigs
  • Communism spread to West Germany
  • Destruction of the Berlin Wall

171
Cold War
  • The Domino Theory predicted -
  • The Berlin Wall would fall
  • Communism would spread
  • Soviets would build missiles
  • Democracy would spread

172
Cold War
  • All of the following are major conflicts
  • during the Cold War EXCEPT?
  • Korean War
  • Vietnam War
  • Cuban Missile Crisis
  • Destruction of the Berlin Wall

173
Vietnam
  • The United States went to war in
  • Vietnam in order to stop the spread of -
  • Fascism
  • Communism
  • Socialism
  • Federalism

174
Vietnam
  • United States involvement in the
  • Vietnam War ended in a -
  • South Vietnamese victory
  • Cease-fire agreement
  • North Vietnamese victory
  • United States victory

175
Korean War
  • Which statement best describes the
  • outcome of the Korean Conflict?
  • North Korea won
  • South Korea won
  • The conflict ended in a stalemate
  • The conflict reunited Korea

176
Civil Rights Movement
  • Which leader most influenced African
  • Americans to stand up against
  • discrimination and demand equality?
  • Booker T. Washington
  • John W. Brown
  • Plessy V. Ferguson
  • W.E.B. DuBois

177
Civil Rights Movement
  • How did Booker T. Washingtons ideas differ
  • from W.E.B. DuBois?
  • Washington wanted African Americans to demand
    equal rights.
  • Washington only wanted equal voting rights for
    African Americans.
  • Washington was strongly against job education for
    African Americans.
  • Washington believed equality could be achieved
    through education.

178
Civil Rights Movement
  • I have a dream that one day, out in the red
    hills
  • of Georgia, sons of former slaveswill be able to
  • sit down together at the table of brotherhood.
  • Dr. Kings message is that slavery should end.
  • Dr. Kings message is that Americans should
    dream.
  • Dr. Kings message is that Racial discrimination
    must end.
  • Dr. Kings message is that Racial discrimination
    will never end.

179
Civil Rights Movement
  • If a golf course refused to allow African
    Americans
  • to play, which action would Martin Luther King
    Jr.
  • most likely have approved?
  • Burn the golf course down
  • Quit playing golf and take up another sport
  • A sit-in protest at the golf course
  • Physically attack the golf courses owner

180
Civil Rights Movement
  • The Montgomery bus boycott was a
  • direct result of -
  • Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Increase in bus fared in Montgomery
  • Rosa Parks refusal to move to the back of the
    bus
  • Unsafe bus transportation

181
Civil Rights Movement
  • Which of the following Supreme Court
  • cases ruled that segregated schools
  • were unequal and unconstitutional?
  • Plessy vs. Ferguson
  • Brown vs. Board of Education
  • Marbury vs. Madison
  • Miranda vs. Arizona

182
Civil Rights Movement
  • Which of the following examples BEST describes
  • racial segregation following the Civil War?
  • A woman was arrested for trying to vote at a
    local election
  • A fifty-year old man was not hired for a job
    based on his age.
  • An African American was forced to ride in
    a separate railroad car.
  • A woman working in a factory made less money
    than a man doing the same job.

183
Civil Rights Movement
  • African-Americans were forced to ride
  • in separate railroad cars. This was an
  • example of -
  • Jim Crow Laws
  • Anti-lynching Laws
  • Southern Railroad Act
  • Homestead Act

184
Civil Rights Movement
  • Why did the Civil Rights movement
  • oppose the Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme
  • Court ruling?
  • The ruling desegregated schools
  • Public facilities were never equal
  • The ruling supported womens suffrage
  • The ruling integrated public facilities

185
Civil Rights Movement
  • The main purpose of the Jim Crow laws
  • was to -
  • Encourage black and white citizens to help each
    other
  • Encourage boycotts
  • Encourage the growth of black-owned businesses
  • Encourage the separation of blacks and whites

186
Civil Rights Movement
  • What was the main difference in how Booker T.
  • Washington and W.E.B. DuBois responded to
  • racism?
  • DuBois supported a Back-to-Africa movement, and
    Washington opposed it.
  • DuBois wanted African Americans to attend
    blacks-only schools, and Washington wanted to
    desegregate education.
  • DuBois wanted to attack racial discrimination
    head-on, and Washington preferred to ignore it.
  • Washington thought better education was the path
    to equality, and DuBois disagreed.

187
Reform Movements
  • Which piece of legislation enabled
  • many Americans, who could not have
  • otherwise afforded to do so, to attend
  • college?
  • Education Act of 1964
  • G.I. Bill of Rights
  • Tax Reform Act of 1981
  • Twenty-First Amendment

188
Reform Movements
  • When was it no longer surprising to see
  • women working as coal miners, police
  • officers, doctors, television newscasters,
  • and astronauts?
  • 1920s
  • 1930s
  • 1970s
  • 1870s

189
Economics
  • After World War II, how did Americans
  • purchase cars and other costly items
  • they could never before afford?
  • Credit
  • Layaway
  • Barter
  • Trade

190
Economics
  • What types of goods were more
  • factories producing after 1945?
  • War materials
  • Consumer products
  • Military uniforms
  • Tanks

191
Economics
  • According to the law of supply and demand,
  • farmers would be able to obtain the highest
  • price for their product when -
  • Both supply and demand are high
  • Both supply and demand are low
  • Supply is high and demand is low
  • Supply is low and demand is high

192
Technology
  • What impact do the newest
  • technologies have on American life?
  • Increased travel for business and pleasure
  • Greater access to news and information
  • Greater access to heating and air- conditioning
  • All of the above

193
Technology
  • Which of the following is associated as
  • a newer technology?
  • Internet
  • Space exploration
  • Jets
  • All of the above

194
Technology
  • Which industry has benefited most
  • from new communications technologies?
  • Automobiles
  • Entertainment and news
  • Food processing
  • Steel industry

195
Technology
  • What has been one result of technological
  • change since 1990?
  • Cheaper and faster forms of communication
  • More cultural differences among the nations of
    the world
  • More traffic accidents as driving becomes
    increasingly unsafe
  • Increased likelihood of a nuclear war
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