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Title: Graduation Exam Review


1
Graduation Exam Review
2
Holy wars between Muslims and Christians
  • Crusades

3
What was the rebirth of learning and the classics?
  • Renaissance

4
Identify the following Renaissance people
  • Michaelangelo
  • Sistene Chapel
  • Martin Luther
  • 95 Theses
  • Raphael
  • Madonnas

5
Identify the following Renaissance people
  • Medici Family
  • Ruled Venice
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Last Supper

6
Who started the Protestant Reformation?
  • Martin Luther

7
According to Luther what were three things wrong
with the Catholic Church?
  • Selling church jobs
  • Accumulating lands
  • Indulgences

8
Who started a school of navigation in Portugal?
  • Prince Henry

9
Who discovered the Pacific Ocean?
  • Balboa

10
What two countries started European Exploration?
  • Spain Portugal

11
Who discovered Florida looking for the fountain
of youth?
  • Ponce de Leon

12
What was the first permanent European Settlement
in the New World?
  • St. Augustine--Spanish

13
What was the first permanent English settlement?
  • Jamestown

14
Who was given credit for saving Jamestown?
  • John Smith

15
What did he save Jamestown from?
  • Starvation

16
What crop saved Jamestown?
  • Tobacco

17
What century were the English colonies settled?
  • 17ththe 1600s

18
What part of North America did the English settle?
  • East coast

19
What is Spanish for conquerors or explorers?
  • Conquistadors

20
Who conquered the Aztecs Indians?
  • Cortes

21
Who discovered the area of present day Alabama,
Mississippi, and Louisiana?
  • De Soto

22
Who conquered the Incas?
  • Pizarro

23
Who was looking for the Seven Cities of Gold in
present day Southwest United States?
  • Coronado

24
What were four reasons the the Spanish were able
to conquer the Native Americans?
  • Weapons
  • Disease
  • Indians fought each other
  • Prophecy

25
What was the lost colony?
  • Roanoke

26
What was the first representative form of
government in United States history?
  • House of Burgesses

27
What was the interchange of foods and plants
between Europe and North America?
  • Columbian Exchange

28
Where was Christopher Columbus sailing to when he
discovered the New World?
  • Asia

29
What is the theory that if a nation builds up its
gold supply then it will become more powerful?
  • Mercantilism

30
Who fought in the French and Indian war?
  • France vs. Great Britain

31
Why was the French and Indian War fought?
  • Over British settlement of Ohio River Valley

32
What were the laws that limited the colonial
ships from trading with any other country?
  • Navigation Acts

33
How many people were killed in the Boston
Massacre?
  • 5 dead, 8 wounded

34
Who was the free black sailor killed in the
Boston Massacre?
  • Crispus Attucks

35
What did the Europeans call the French and Indian
War?
  • 7 Years War

36
Who said The Redcoats are coming?
  • Paul Revere

37
Who was the leader of the Sons of Liberty at the
Boston Tea Party?
  • Samuel Adams

38
What colony was established by the Catholics?
  • Maryland

39
Who said Give me liberty or give me death?
  • Patrick Henry

40
The British informed settlers that they could not
move west of the Appalachians because of Native
Americans in what act?
  • Proclamation of 1763

41
What was the main cause of the American
Revolution?
  • Taxation without Representation

42
Identify these examples of taxation without
representation
  • Tea Act
  • Gave East India Company a tea monopoly
  • Sugar Act
  • Taxed sugar, molasses, etc
  • Townshend Acts
  • Taxed paper, tea, lead, paint, glass
  • Stamp Act
  • Taxed paper goods

43
What laws were passed by the British after the
Boston Tea Party?
  • Coercive Acts, (or Intolerable Acts)

44
Who fought in the American Revolution?
  • Great Britain vs. American colonists

45
Who were the people who supported the king?
  • Loyalists

46
Where were the first shots of the American
Revolution fired?
  • Lexington Concord

47
What was the first major Battle of The American
Revolution?
  • Bunker Hill

48
Who was the general for the Americans?
  • George Washington

49
What was the turning point of the American
Revolution?
  • Saratoga

50
Where did George Washington and his men survive a
harsh winter where some of the men froze to death?
  • Valley Forge

51
At what battle did Nathaniel Greene lose when
Cornwallis fired into the mass of troops?
  • Guilford Court House

52
What was the turning point of the Revolution in
the South?
  • Battle of Kings Mountain

53
Where did General Cornwallis surrender to George
Washington?
  • Yorktown

54
Who wrote the Declaration of Independence?
  • Thomas Jefferson

55
Who wrote Common Sense urging the Americans to
fight for freedom?
  • Thomas Paine

56
What do the Declaration of Independence and the
Constitution have in common?
  • Government on the consent of the governedpeople
    decide their government

57
What date was the Declaration of Independence
adopted?
  • July 4, 1776

58
What Treaty was signed that ended the American
Revolution?
  • Treaty of Paris of 1783

59
What were the boundaries of the United States in
the Treaty of Paris of 1783?
  • North
  • Canada
  • South
  • Florida
  • East
  • Atlantic Ocean
  • West
  • Mississippi River

60
What were four major causes of the War of 1812?
  • Impressment
  • Interference with Shipping
  • Arming Native Americans
  • Desire for Canada

61
What two Shawnee Indians allied themselves with
the British during the War of 1812?
  • Tecumseh the Prophet

62
What battle did Andrew Jackson with the help of
the Cherokee defeat the Creek Indians?
  • Horseshoe Bend, AL

63
At what battle did Francis Scott Key write the
Star Spangled Banner?
  • Ft. McHenry

64
What Battle did Andrew Jackson become famous for
winning?
  • New Orleans

65
What Treaty ended the War of 1812?
  • Treaty of Ghent

66
What was the first document in the history of the
world to limit the power of the king?
  • Magna Carta

67
Name the Enlightenment thinker
  • Natural rights
  • Locke
  • Social contract theory
  • Rousseau
  • Checks Balances
  • Montesquieu

68
What was a religious revival that swept the
colonies in the 1740s?
  • Great Awakening

69
What was the importance of the First Continental
Congress?
  • Step towards unity of colonies

70
What was the nations first Constitution?
  • Articles of Confederation

71
What was the major weakness of the Articles of
Confederation?
  • Federal government had little power could not
    tax

72
What was the purpose of the Constitutional
Convention?
  • Revise or fix the Articles

73
What were three major compromises of the
Constitutional Convention?
  • Great Compromiserepresentation
  • 3/5 Compromise
  • Slave trade Compromise

74
Shared power between national and state is called?
  • Federalism

75
What are the three branches of government and
describe each?
  • Legislativemakes laws
  • Executiveenforces laws
  • Judicialinterprets laws

76
What was the purpose of the preamble?
  • Goals of Constitution

77
How does the Constitution begin?
  • We the people

78
What were the first two political parties?
  • Federalists Democrat-Republicans

79
Who wrote the Federalist Papers?
  • Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay

80
Who was the leading anti- federalist?
  • Thomas Jefferson

81
What are the first ten amendments to the
Constitution called?
  • Bill of Rights

82
Freedom of speech, press, petition, religion,and
assembly
  • 1st

83
Freed the slaves
  • 13

84
Rights of the accused persons, such as the right
to remain silent and to have a lawyer?
  • 5

85
Slaves received the right to vote
  • 15

86
Right to bear arms
  • 2

87
Citizenship rights
  • 14

88
First Secretary of Treasury
  • Hamilton

89
First Secretary of State?
  • Jefferson

90
What was the major difference between Alexander
Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson?
  • Federal power interpretation of the
    Constitution
  • Hamiltonstrong federal govt, loose
    interpretation
  • Jeffersonstrong states, strict interpretation

91
What amendment give you the right to remain
silent, no double jeopardy?
  • 5

92
Women received the right to vote
  • 19

93
People who promised to work from 4 to 7 years in
return for a trip to the new world
  • Indentured Servants

94
Trip across the Atlantic for the slaves
  • Middle Passage

95
Who is the father of the Constitution?
  • James Madison

96
What were hit and run tactics used in the
American Revolution?
  • Guerilla Warfare

97
What document was sent to King George III wanting
peace?
  • Olive Branch Petition

98
Who was the first poor president?
  • Andrew Jackson

99
What branch of government has the power to do
what is necessary and proper?
  • Legislative

100
What is the clause called that lets the
government do what is necessary and proper?
  • Elastic Clause

101
What three amendments are known as the slavery
amendments?
  • 13, 14, 15

102
What law passed under the Articles of
Confederation established how new states would
enter the United States?
  • Northwest Ordinance

103
What was George Washingtons Advice in his
farewell address?
  • Avoid political parties alliances

104
What president bought the Louisiana Purchase?
  • Jefferson

105
How much was the Louisiana Purchase?
  • 15 million

106
Who did we buy Louisiana from?
  • France Napoleon

107
Who explored the Louisiana Purchase?
  • Lewis Clark

108
Who was the Indian Guide that helped them?
  • Sacajawea

109
Where did they start and finish their trip?
  • St. Louis to the Pacific

110
Who led a revolt in Haiti?
  • Touissant Louverture

111
Who was the president during the Era of Good
Feelings?
  • James Monroe

112
Who proposed the American System?
  • Henry Clay

113
What was the American System?
  • Build infrastructure

114
What was the Norths economy based on?
  • Industry

115
What was the Souths economy based on?
  • Agriculture

116
What was it called when Andrew Jackson hired all
of his loyal supporters?
  • Spoils

117
This doctrine stated that if a state did not like
a law then it did not have to obey it.
  • Nullification

118
What law was passed by Andrew Jackson that stated
that all the Native Americans should be sent to
Oklahoma?
  • Indian Removal Act

119
What was the trip called for Native Americans to
Oklahoma?
  • Trail of Tears

120
What year was the California Gold Rush?
  • 1849

121
Where was gold discovered in California?
  • Sutters Mill

122
What trail west was established due to religious
persecution because of the practice of polygamy?
  • Mormon Trail

123
Who was the leader for Mexico during the war for
Texas Independence?
  • General Santa Anna

124
Who led the Mormons to Utah?
  • Brigham Young

125
What was the name of the country of Texas?
  • Lone Star Republic

126
At what battle did all the Texans get killed to
become a rallying cry of the war?
  • Alamo

127
At what battle did General Santa Anna surrender?
  • San Jacinto

128
What is the belief that America should settle all
the land from the Atlantic to the Pacific?
  • Manifest Destiny

129
Who wrote Americas first dictionary?
  • Noah Webster

130
Who was the leader of the Transcendentalist
Movement?
  • Ralph Emerson

131
Who wrote Walden and advocated Civil
Disobedience?
  • Henry D. Thoreau

132
Who wrote the Scarlet Letter and The House of
Seven Gables?
  • N. Hawthorne

133
Who wrote The Legend of Sleepy Hollow?
  • W. Irving

134
Who wrote The Raven and Tell-Tale Heart?
  • E. A. Poe

135
Who wrote the Last of the Mohicans?
  • J. F. Cooper

136
Who wrote Moby Dick?
  • H. Melville

137
Who wrote Paul Reveres Ride?
  • H. Longfellow

138
Perfect place or society
  • Utopia

139
Who promoted education for both boys and girls in
school?
  • Horace Mann

140
Who fought for the rights of mentally ill?
  • Dorothea Dix

141
What was the movement to outlaw alcohol?
  • Temperance

142
What was the movement to outlaw slavery?
  • Abolition

143
Who was the conductor of the Underground Railroad?
  • Harriet Tubman

144
Where was she taking the slaves to?
  • North

145
Who was the leading black Abolitionist?
  • Frederick Douglass

146
Who wrote Uncle Toms Cabin?
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe

147
I was born into slavery but was freed in 1828. I
am known for my public speaking about slavery
womens rights.
  • Sojourner Truth

148
I edited the Liberator. I was an abolitionist.
  • William Lloyd Garrison

149
Organized Seneca Falls Convention?
  • Elizabeth C. Stanton Lucretia Mott

150
Most famous suffragette. Fought for womens right
to vote?
  • Susan B. Anthony

151
Two states admitted to the union in the Missouri
Compromise
  • Maine Missouri

152
What territories and state were admitted in the
Compromise of 1850?
  • TerritoriesUtah New Mexico
  • StateCalifornia

153
Mandated that northern states forcibly return
escaped slaves to their owners in the south.
  • Fugitive Slave Law

154
After the Kansas-Nebraska Act was passed,
settlers rushed to the territory. Violence broke
out. What was this called?
  • Bleeding Kansas

155
This slave sued for his freedom and lost.
  • Dred Scott

156
What did the Supreme Court rule in this case?
  • Slaves were not citizens b/c they were property

157
Who did Lincoln debate to make him famous.
  • Stephen Douglas

158
Who led a raid at Harpers Ferry, Virginia?
  • John Brown

159
What was the first state to secede from the Union?
  • South Carolina

160
What were the capitals of the Confederate States
Of America?
  • FirstMontgomery
  • SecondRichmond

161
Who was the president of the Confederate States
of America?
  • Jefferson Davis

162
Where were the first shots fired of the Civil War?
  • Fort Sumter

163
Who was the general that commanded the Army of
Northern Virginia?
  • Robert E. Lee

164
Who was the Northern general who was credited
with winning the war?
  • U. S. Grant

165
What was the first true battle of the Civil War?
  • Bull Run

166
What county in Alabama decided that they would
form their own state and stay neutral during the
Civil War?
  • Winston County

167
What part of the state of Virginia decided to
stay neutral during the Civil War?
  • West Virginia

168
What was the plan of the North to defeat the
South before the Civil War began?
  • Anaconda Plan

169
What was the bloodiest multi-day battle of the
Civil War?
  • Shiloh

170
What was the single day bloodiest battle of the
Civil War?
  • Antietam

171
After what battle did Lincoln issue the
Emancipation Proclamation?
  • Antietam

172
What was the turning point in the west during the
Civil War?
  • Vicksburg

173
What was the turning point of the Civil War in
the east?
  • Gettysburg

174
What was the purpose of the Gettysburg Address?
  • To honor the dead

175
Who burned a 60 mile wide area of the south from
Chattanooga to Atlanta to Savannah, Georgia?
  • Sherman

176
Where did General Lee surrender to General Grant?
  • Appomattox Court House

177
What act promised settlers 160 acres of free land
if they would live on the land for 5 years?
  • Homestead Act

178
Name the act that allotted each of the states
thousands of acres of land to use for public
universities.
  • Morrill Land Grant Act

179
People who would farm a piece of land for the
landowner and pay him for the seed, land, and
materials with a portion of the crops?
  • Sharecroppers

180
This bureau provided clothing and food and helped
educate blacks after the Civil War?
  • Freedmans Bureau

181
What were the three cultural foundations of the
black community?
  • Family
  • Church
  • Education

182
What was the first organized black church?
  • A.M.E.African Methodist Episcopal

183
Two types of laws passed that were aimed at
limiting black participation in government after
the Civil War?
  • Jim Crow laws
  • Black Codes

184
These were Republicans that supported
Reconstruction
  • Radicals

185
Northerners who came South during Reconstruction
  • Carpetbaggers

186
Southerners who supported Reconstruction
  • Scalawags

187
Who shot and killed Abraham Lincoln?
  • John Wilkes Booth

188
For what two reasons did the Ku Klux Klan hate
people?
  • Race
  • Religion

189
What was it called when Democrats said they would
let Rutherford B. Hayes become president if he
would end Reconstruction?
  • Compromise of 1877

190
Where did the Union Pacific and the Central
Pacific meet to connect the first
transcontinental railroad?
  • Promontory Point, Utah

191
What was the number one food supply of the Great
Plains Indians?
  • Buffalo

192
At what battle was General Custer defeated by
Native Americans?
  • Battle of Little Bighorn

193
Who was the leader of the Nez Perce who was
stopped 30 miles from Canada and forced to move
to Oklahoma?
  • Chief Joseph

194
What law gave 160 acres of land to Native
American families?
  • Dawes Act

195
What was the last battle of Indian resistance?
  • Battle of Wounded Knee

196
Who came up with a cheap way to make steel?
  • Henry Bessemer

197
What was the number one industry in Alabama in
the early 1900s?
  • Steel/Iron

198
List several important developments that were
used in westward expansion
  • Windmill
  • Steel Plow
  • Barbed Wire
  • Revolver
  • Railroad

199
What development had the greatest impact on
settling the West?
  • Railroad

200
What was formed by farmers to help purchase
cheaper farm equipment?
  • The Grange

201
What was the Political Party formed to address
the concerns of farmers?
  • Populist Party

202
What insect led Alabama farmers to diversify
their crops after it destroyed the cotton crop?
  • Boll Weevil

203
Who invented the first electric power plant?
  • George Westinghouse

204
Who financed the first Transatlantic Cable?
  • Cyrus West Field

205
Who invented the first telephone?
  • Alexander Graham Bell

206
Who invented the radio?
  • Guglielmo Marconi

207
What is it called when one company controls all
the production of a product?
  • Monopoly

208
Identify the robber barons.
  • Steel
  • Carnegie
  • Oil
  • Rockefeller
  • Railroads
  • Vanderbilt

209
Who wrote stories about people gaining wealth
through hard work?
  • Horatio Alger

210
What were three things that our first labor
unions wanted?
  • Higher wages
  • Better conditions
  • Shorter hours

211
List Three laws passed to limit immigration.
  • Chinese Exclusion Act
  • Emergency Quota Act
  • National Origins Act

212
This political group fought for whomever was
being oppressed in society
  • Progressives

213
What was The Jungle about?
  • The meatpacking industry

214
Who wrote The Jungle?
  • Upton Sinclair

215
Who wrote History of the Standard Oil Company?
  • Ida Tarbell

216
What were some progressive amendments passed?
  • Income tax
  • 16
  • Direct election of senators
  • 17
  • Prohibition
  • 18
  • Womens suffrage
  • 19

217
List some accomplishments of Theodore Roosevelt.
  • National Park System
  • Pure Food and Drug Act
  • Square Deal
  • Trustbusting

218
What group did Theodore Roosevelt lead in a
charge up San Juan Hill in the Spanish-American
War?
  • Roughriders

219
What Alabama general came out of retirement to
fight in the Spanish-American War?
  • Joe Wheeler

220
Who became president as a result of the
Compromise of 1877?
  • Rutherford B. Hayes

221
List three accomplishments of Woodrow Wilsons
administration.
  • Federal Trade Commission
  • Clayton Antitrust Act
  • Federal Reserve

222
Who was the founder of Tuskegee Institute?
  • Booker T. Washington

223
Who came up with over one hundred ways to use the
peanut?
  • George Washington Carver

224
What year was the Alabama Constitution written?
  • 1901

225
Who was the black intellectual who believed that
blacks should become just as educated as whites?
  • W.E.B. Dubois

226
What is it called when a stronger country takes
over a smaller or weaker country?
  • Imperialism

227
What were two reasons that the United States took
over countries?
  • New Markets
  • Raw Materials

228
This was a type of sensational writing which was
used to start the Spanish-American War.
  • Yellow journalism

229
An agreement with Great Britain, Japan, Germany,
Russia, and Italy to keep China open to trade
with all nations.
  • Open door policy

230
Who came up with a way to eradicate Yellow Fever
and Malaria in the building of the Panama Canal?
  • William Gorgas

231
What was the foreign policy that added to the
Monroe Doctrine?
  • Roosevelt CorollaryUS is policeman of democracy

232
What were the four long term causes of World War
I?
  • Nationalism
  • Militarism
  • Imperialism
  • Alliances

233
Who were the members of the triple Alliance?
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • Italy

234
Who were the members of the Triple Entente?
  • Great Britain
  • France
  • Russia

235
What single event started World War I?
  • Assassination of Austrian Archduke Francis
    Ferdinand

236
Identify four weapons of World War I.
  • Machine gun
  • Poison gas
  • Tank
  • Submarine

237
How did the US pay for World War I and World War
II?
  • Bonds

238
List 4 causes for the US entry into World War I?
  • Propaganda
  • Zimmerman Telegraph
  • Democratic War
  • Sub warfare

239
Who was the leader of the American Expeditionary
Force?
  • General Pershing

240
What was the basic US policy before WWI and WWII?
  • Neutrality

241
What treaty ended WWI?
  • Treaty of Versailles

242
What country was blamed for WWI?
  • Germany

243
What idea did Woodrow Wilson come up with to
settle future country problems?
  • League of Nations

244
Who wrote The Great Gasby?
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald

245
Who wrote The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell to Arms,
For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Old Man and the
Sea?
  • Ernest Hemingway

246
A movement that led to an increase in racial
pride and awareness where many black
intellectuals wrote works portraying the daily
lives of working class blacks.
  • Harlem Renaissance

247
Two forms of music created during the Harlem
Renaissance?
  • Jazz
  • Blues

248
Identify some Harlem Renaissance writers and
entertainers.
  • Which one was born in Florence, AL?
  • W.C. Handy
  • Considered the leader of the movement?
  • Langston Hughes

249
Where were movies made in the 1920s?
  • Hollywood

250
With the invention of the automobile, where did
people move to?
  • Suburbs

251
People that do not believe in any form of
government.
  • Anarchists

252
A time of hysteria in the United States where
people had a fear of communism.
  • Red Scare

253
A case involving atheists and immigrants.
  • Sacco Vanzetti

254
Who was the most famous gangster who became rich
off of the illegal sale of alcohol?
  • Al Capone

255
People who sell alcohol illegally
  • Bootleggers

256
Secret or hidden bars
  • Speakeasies

257
Who decides who sells alcohol in Alabama?
  • County

258
Who came up with the first birth control clinic
protested the Comstock Laws?
  • Margaret Sanger

259
What was the cause of the stock market crash?
  • Margin Buying

260
What was the date of the stock market crash?
  • October 29, 1929

261
Name two reasons the farm economy collapsed.
  • Overproduction
  • Drought

262
Two causes of the Dust Bowl
  • Drought
  • No soil conservation

263
What president was blamed for the Great
Depression?
  • Hoover

264
What president proposed the New Deal?
  • FDR

265
Describe the following New Deal programs
  • AAA
  • Paid farmers not to plant
  • TVA
  • Electricity to the South
  • SSA
  • Retirement, disability orphan pensions

266
Describe the following New Deal programs
  • NLRA or Wagner Act
  • Protected unions
  • FLSA
  • Minimum wage
  • FDIC
  • Insured bank deposits
  • WPA
  • Jobs for unskilled

267
What was the most expensive and most popular
movie during the 1930s?
  • Gone With the Wind

268
Franklin Roosevelt spoke to the nation directly
on the radio in the __.
  • Fireside Chats

269
Who was the fascist leader of Italy?
  • Mussolini

270
Who were the leaders of Japan in WWII?
  • Emperor
  • Hirohito
  • Prime Minister
  • Tojo

271
Who was the leader of Germany in WWII?
  • Hitler

272
Who was the dictator of the Soviet Union?
  • Stalin

273
63 nations signed this agreement to negotiate
rather than use war to resolve political
differences.
  • Kellogg-Briand Pact

274
Italy, Germany, and Japan formed this alliance.
  • Axis

275
Opponents of the Axis were called what?
  • Allies

276
Who were the allies during WWII?
  • Great Britain
  • Franceuntil defeated
  • USSR
  • US

277
To avoid war Britain and France came up with this
policy of allowing Hitler to have his way in
order to maintain the peace.
  • Appeasement

278
What German term refers to Hitlers strategy to
defeat his enemies?
  • Blitzkrieg

279
What was the United States position about
entering WWII?
  • Isolation Neutrality

280
What event led to the United States entering WWII?
  • Pearl Harbor

281
What were the women that worked in factories
during WWII nicknamed?
  • Rosie the Riveter

282
This law placed Japanese-Americans in camps in
the Midwest.
  • Executive Order 9066

283
What were the black pilots in World War II called?
  • Tuskegee Airmen

284
What was the turning point in the Pacific theater
in WWII?
  • Midway

285
Identify United States generals in WWII?
  • Leader in Europe
  • Eisenhower
  • Leader of Southern Pacific Army
  • MacArthur
  • Leader of navy
  • Nimitz
  • Old Blood Guts
  • Patton

286
What was the turning point in the USSR?
  • Stalingrad

287
What was the planned invasion of Northern Africa
called?
  • Operation Torch

288
What best describes D-Day?
  • Allied invasion of Normandy, France

289
Why did Harry S Truman decide to drop the Atomic
Bomb on Japan?
  • To save American lives

290
On what two cities did the United States drop the
Atomic Bomb?
  • FirstHiroshima
  • SecondNagasaki

291
Auschwitz and the Nuremberg Trials are associated
with what event?
  • Holocaust

292
What was the name of the project to build the
Atomic Bomb?
  • Manhattan Project

293
What were the nicknames of the atomic bombs?
  • Little Boy
  • Fat Man

294
What was the name of the airplane that dropped
the Atomic Bomb?
  • Enola Gay

295
What were the differences in WWI and WWII?
  • Trench warfare v. Blitzkrieg
  • One theater v. two theaters

296
What was the turning point in favor of the Allies
in World War I?
  • Battle of 2nd Marnehalt of the German advance to
    Paris

297
What was the date of Pearl Harbor?
  • 12-7-41

298
What was the main purpose of the Monroe Doctrine?
  • To stop European colonization of the Western
    Hemisphere

299
I developed the first steamboat. Who am I?
  • Robert Fulton

300
I developed the first Steam Locomotive. Who am I?
  • George Stephenson

301
Who flew the first successful airplane in United
States history?
  • Wright Brothers

302
What Supreme Court decision dealt with rights to
New York waterways?
  • Gibbons v. Ogden

303
What Supreme Court case established Judicial
Review?
  • Marbury v. Madison

304
When did Alabama become a state?
  • 1819

305
Good Luck on your Graduation Exam
  • Passing score is 52

306
Remember to take your test three times
  • First time through, answer the questions that you
    know for sure
  • Second time, answer the questions that you are
    pretty sure about or can get them down to a 50/50
    guess
  • Third time through, take a guess
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