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Title: CRCT Review


1
CRCT Review Social Studies
2
The right of people to say what they believe is
protected in the Bill of Rights. Which of the
following is an example of freedom of speech?
  1. The government decides which church people can
    attend.
  2. People can travel freely from one state to
    another.
  3. The government decides when people can gather to
    protest.
  4. People can state their views on candidates for
    elected office.

3
The right of people to say what they believe is
protected in the Bill of Rights. Which of the
following is an example of freedom of speech?
  • D. People can state their views on candidates for
    elected office.

4
Who in the U.S. Government has the power to
override vetoes?
  1. The president
  2. The congress
  3. The cabinet
  4. The supreme court

5
Who in the U.S. Government has the power to
override vetoes?
  • B. The congress

6
The Great Plains, the Grand Canyon, the
Appalachian Mountains, and the Mississippi River
are all examples of
  1. Physical features
  2. Non-natural features
  3. Human resources
  4. Climates

7
The Great Plains, the Grand Canyon, the
Appalachian Mountains, and the Mississippi River
are all examples of
  • A. Physical Features

8
In 1931, the Congress of the United States
decided that The Star Spangled Banner would
become the national anthem. What is a national
anthem?
  1. A song that represents a country
  2. A motto that represents a country
  3. A flag that represents a country
  4. An emblem that represents a country

9
In 1931, the Congress of the United States
decided that The Star Spangled Banner would
become the national anthem. What is a national
anthem?
  • A. A song that represents a country.

10
Which of the following protects the right of
Americans to publish newspapers, magazines, and
books?
  1. States rights
  2. Freedom of religion
  3. Separation of powers
  4. Freedom of the press

11
Which of the following protects the right of
Americans to publish newspapers, magazines, and
books?
  • Freedom of the press

12
During the 1400s and 1500s, European explorers
claimed lands in North and South America. The
person who sailed along the coast of New England
and claimed lands for England was
  • A. John Cabot
  • B. Christopher Columbus
  • C. Marco Polo
  • D. Jacques Cartier

13
During the 1400s and 1500s, European explorers
claimed lands in North and South America. The
person who sailed along the coast of New England
and claimed lands for England was
  • A. John Cabot

14
The Bill of Rights lists certain basic freedoms
guaranteed to Americans. One is freedom of the
press. Which of the following is an example of
freedom of the press?
  1. Mary writes articles in the paper about the city
    government.
  2. Brenda moves to another city.
  3. Blake helps in a clean-up campaign.
  4. Jose attends one of the state universities.

15
The Bill of Rights lists certain basic freedoms
guaranteed to Americans. One is freedom of the
press. Which of the following is an example of
freedom of the press
  • Mary writes articles in the paper about the city
    government.

16
The Pueblos, Navajos, and Apaches are associated
with a hot, dry, semi-desert region of North
America. Where is this region located?
  1. The Pacific Northwest
  2. The Eastern Woodlands
  3. The Great Plains
  4. The Southwest

17
The Pueblos, Navajos, and Apaches are associated
with a hot, dry, semi-desert region of North
America. Where is this region located?
  • D. The Southwest

18
During the Revolutionary War, there was very
little fighting in the winter months. Which of
the following explains why?
  1. Most British troops returned to England during
    the winter
  2. The armies agreed not to fight in the winter.
  3. The weather made it difficult for troops to
    move.
  4. British troops used the winter for training.

19
During the Revolutionary War, there was very
little fighting in the winter months. Which of
the following explains why?
  • B. The armies agreed not to fight in the winter.

20
Parliament passed the Tea Act in 1773. This led
to some colonists taking action. What was the
Boston Tea Party?
  1. Colonists gave dinners to support the sale of
    tea.
  2. Colonists dressed as Indians and destroyed the
    tea
  3. Colonists bought tea from other countries.
  4. Colonists started growing their own tea.

21
Parliament passed the Tea Act in 1773. This led
to some colonists taking action. What was the
Boston Tea Party?
  • B. Colonists dressed as Indians and destroyed the
    tea

22
In the late 1700s settlers began to move
westward. Daniel Boone led many of them on a
route he built called the
  1. Natchez Trace
  2. Wilderness Road
  3. Northwest Passage
  4. Franconia Notch

23
In the late 1700s settlers began to move
westward. Daniel Boone led many of them on a
route he built called the
  • Wilderness Road

24
Which of the following is a major physical
feature of the southwest region of the United
States?
  1. Desert
  2. Mountains
  3. Coastal plains
  4. Interior plains

25
Which of the following is a major physical
feature of the southwest region of the United
States?
  • B. Mountains

26
The early 1800s were a time of great change in
the United States. Which of the following was
the first form of trade and travel?
  1. Automobile
  2. Airplane
  3. Railroad
  4. steamboat

27
The early 1800s were a time of great change in
the United States. Which of the following was
the first form of trade and travel?
  • D. Steamboats

28
Federalism is the division of powers between the
different levels of government-national, state
and local. Which of the following is usually the
head of the executive branch at the local level?
  1. The town court
  2. The legislature
  3. The town council
  4. The mayor

29
Federalism is the division of powers between the
different levels of government-national, state
and local. Which of the following is usually the
head of the executive branch at the local level?
  • D. The Mayor

30
The main job of the Governor of a state is to
  1. Decide the meaning of laws
  2. Enforce the laws
  3. Make the laws
  4. Write and file the laws

31
The main job of the Governor of a state is to
  • B. Enforce the laws

32
Federalism is the division of powers between the
different levels of government-national, state
and local. Which part of government at the state
level enforces the laws?
  1. Governor
  2. State legislature
  3. State court
  4. assembly

33
Federalism is the division of powers between the
different levels of government-national, state
and local. Which part of government at the state
level enforces the laws? A. Governor
34
Some people sell goods, while other people sell
services. Which person sells a good?
  1. Dentist
  2. Doctor
  3. Farmer
  4. teacher

35
Some people sell goods, while other people sell
services. Which person sells a good?
  • C. Farmer

36
What was the name of the woman in Georgia who
held six British soldiers at gunpoint after
preparing dinner for them?
  1. Nancy Hart
  2. Abigail Adams
  3. Harriet Tubman
  4. Mercy Otis Warren

37
What was the name of the woman in Georgia who
held six British soldiers at gunpoint after
preparing dinner for them?
  • Nancy Hart

38
In economics, there are natural and non-natural
resources. Which of the following could be a
non-natural resource?
  1. They are found in rocks and soil.
  2. They could be made by people in factories.
  3. They are made by the forces of nature.
  4. They could be found in the rivers and oceans.

39
In economics, there are natural and non-natural
resources. Which of the following could be a
non-natural resource?
  • B. They could be made by people in factories.

40
Follow the Drinking Gourd was a song sung by
slaves escaping to the North. Which of the
following describes the drinking gourd?
  1. Full moon
  2. Rising sun
  3. North wind
  4. North Star

41
Follow the Drinking Gourd was a song sung by
slaves escaping to the North. Which of the
following describes the drinking gourd?
  • D. North Star

42
People use natural and man made resources. Which
of the following is not a natural resource?
  1. Oil
  2. Fish
  3. Wood
  4. plastic

43
People use natural and man made resources. Which
of the following is not a natural resource?
  • D. plastic

44
A person who fought in the American Revolution
could have said the following things I was a
British general. My troops fought battles in
the southern colonies. I surrendered at
Yorktown.
  • This person was  
  • A.   General Burgoyne
  • B.   General Benedict Arnold
  • C.   General Lord Cornwallis
  • D.   General William Howe

45
A person who fought in the American Revolution
could have said the following things I was a
British general. My troops fought battles in
the southern colonies. I surrendered at
Yorktown.
  • C. General Lord
  • Cornwallis

46
Thomas Paine strongly believed that the American
colonies should be independent of England. As a
result, which of the following actions did he
take? 
  • A.   He wrote a book titled Uncle Toms Cabin.
  • B.   He wrote a pamphlet called Common Sense
  • C.   He wrote The Star-Spangled Banner.
  • D.   He painted the famous picture The Boston
    Tea Party.

47
Thomas Paine strongly believed that the American
colonies should be independent of England. As a
result, which of the following actions did he
take? 
  • B. He wrote a pamphlet called Common Sense

48
The British colonies in North America were
grouped into three areasNew England colonies,
Middle colonies, and Southern colonies. Which of
the following colonies were Southern colonies?
  • A. Georgia and Connecticut
  • B.   Connecticut and Rhode Island
  • C.   Georgia and Virginia
  • D.   Rhode Island and Virginia

49
The British colonies in North America were
grouped into three areasNew England colonies,
Middle colonies, and Southern colonies. Which of
the following colonies were Southern colonies?
  • C. Georgia and Virginia

50
A young boy in the English colonies in the 1700s
often wanted to learn a trade or skill. This
young boy was called an apprentice, and they
would learn a trade or skill from
  • A. an artisan.
  • B.   an indentured servant
  • C.   a slave.
  • D.   a charter member.

51
A young boy in the English colonies in the 1700s
often wanted to learn a trade or skill. This
young boy was called an apprentice, and they
would learn a trade or skill from
  • A. an artisan.

52
The cotton gin changed the South in the early
1800s. More cotton was grown and more slaves
were needed. The cotton gin was invented by
  • A. Cyrus McCormick.
  • B.   Eli Whitney.
  • C.   Robert Fulton.
  • D.   Peter Cooper.

53
The cotton gin changed the South in the early
1800s. More cotton was grown and more slaves were
needed. The cotton gin was invented by
  • B. Eli Whitney.

54
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