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1.Slavery was abolished in the US by the
  • A. Gettysburg Address
  • B. 14th Amendment
  • C. Emancipation Proclamation
  • D. 13th Amendment

2
D. THE 13TH AMENDMENT
3
2.Which proclaimed the colonies total separation
from England listed reasons for their rebellion?
  • A. The Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • B. The Declaration of Independence
  • C. The Bill of Rights
  • D. Articles of Confederation

4
3. The division of political power between
national, state, local governments is
  • A. socialism
  • B. federalism
  • C. popular sovereignty
  • D. judicial review

5
4. All EXCEPT whom would be considered patriots?
  • A. William Pitt
  • B. Samuel Adams
  • C. Paul Revere
  • D. Thomas Paine

6
5.When America gained her independence, she also
expanded her boundaries to include
  • A. lands west of the Appalachians to the
    Mississippi River
  • B. parts of northeastern Canada
  • C. Florida
  • D. the Louisiana Territory

7
6.Which best illustrates the idea of Manifest
Destiny? America
  • A. was destined to become an imperialist power
  • B. would become the protector of the Western
    Hemisphere
  • C. was destined by God to expand from sea to sea
  • D. was destined to become a world power

8
7. The US boundaries were established after the
Revolution by
  • A. the Treaty of Paris 1763
  • B. the Treaty of Versailles 1815
  • C. the Treaty of Paris 1783
  • D. the Treaty of Paris 1812

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8. The Trail of Tears is synonymous with the
  • A. removal of Cherokee Indians from the
    southeastern US
  • B. mapping of the Great American Desert
  • C. plight of runaway slaves
  • D. attempts of Indians to reclaim their land

10
9. Which was NOT a factor in the US claiming
western land
  • A. Mormons seeking religious freedom
  • B. reports of missionaries of rich fertile land
    in Oregon
  • C. the discovery of gold in California
  • D. Mexicos desire to sell Texas

11
10. A key point of the Monroe Doctrine stated
that
  • A. the US would aid any Latin American nation in
    rebelling against its European monarch
  • B. the US supported French involvement in Spains
    revolution
  • C. the US opposed further colonization in the
    Western Hemisphere
  • D. none of the above

12
11.Who was President during the American
Revolution?
  • A. Thomas Jefferson
  • B. Benjamin Franklin
  • C. George Washington
  • D. None of the above

13
12.Who was President when the US bought Louisiana?
  • A. George Washington
  • B. John Adams
  • C. Andrew Jackson
  • D. Thomas Jefferson

14
13.The goal of the Lewis Clark expedition was to
  • A. force Britain to stop attacking US ships
  • B. make contact with French settlers in the West
  • C. establish new power for the Supreme Court
  • D. explore the land of the Louisiana Purchase

15
14.What river formed the western border of the US
before the Louisiana Purchase
  • A. Mississippi
  • B. Ohio
  • C. Tennessee
  • D. Rio Grande

16
15.President Jackson used the Indian Removal Act
to
  • A. clear Indians from the Louisiana Territory
  • B. force Indians to leave their homes in the SE
    US
  • C. encourage Indians to grow cotton
  • D. return Indians to their homes

17
16.Which was a major factor in attracting
settlers to Oregon?
  • A. factory jobs
  • B. land
  • C. prosperous cities
  • D. mild weather

18
17. What attracted thousands to California in the
1840s 1850s?
  • A. timber
  • B. farm land
  • C. gold
  • D. oil

19
18.In which did John Marshall state that only the
national government controlled interstate
commerce?
  • A. Gibbons v. Ogden
  • B. Tyler v. Lewis
  • C. Worcester v. Georgia
  • D. Marbury v. Madison

20
19. Rousseaus concept of the ideal government
was centered around
  • A. the general will of the people
  • B. strengthened monarchs
  • C. theocracy
  • D. a strong army

21
20. What was the Red Scare?
  • A. A period in the US when Americans were
    overly suspicious of Native Americans
  • B. The period right after WWI when America
    feared communism would spread to the US
  • C. An epidemic of measles in the early 20th
    Century that threatened American children
  • D. A trend in America characterized by
    liberalism

22
21. Why was the Ku Klux Klan revived after WWI?
  • A. People felt threatened by changes in American
    society
  • B. Klan members resented the few advances made by
    African-Americans
  • C. Many Americans feared job competition from
    foreigners thought the values America was
    founded on were threatened
  • D. All of the above

23
22. Which battle was a turning point in WWII in
the Pacific?
  • A. Leyete Gulf
  • B. Iwo Jima
  • C. Coral Sea
  • D. Midway

24
23. Which battle was a turning point in the
Revolutionary War?
  • A. Saratoga
  • B. Bunker Hill
  • C. Trenton
  • D. None of the above

25
24. The US purchased the Louisiana Territory from
  • A. Spain
  • B. England
  • C. France
  • D. Germany

26
25. White southern Republicans were often
considered to be traitors were called
  • A. carpetbaggers
  • B. scalawags
  • C. yankees
  • D. turncoats

27
26. The Populist Party was concerned about
problems for
  • A. farmers
  • B. railroad owners
  • C. factory workers
  • D. native Americans

28
27. Journalists writers who exposed corruption
social problems were called
  • A. wobblies
  • B. muckrakers
  • C. mugwumps
  • D. yellow journalists

29
28. After the Spanish American war, the US gained
all these territories except?
  • A. Hawaii
  • B. Puerto Rico
  • C. the Philippines
  • D. Cuba

30
29. The results of WWI led to the quest for
revenge by
  • A. Germany
  • B. France
  • C. Italy
  • D. Russia

31
30. Great Britain entered the WWII when Germany
invaded which country?
  • A. Poland
  • B. Belgium
  • C. France
  • D. Czechoslovakia

32
31. Which is the Spanish name for conqueror?
  • A. Conquistador
  • B. Courear de bois
  • C. Jesuit
  • D. Presidio

33
32. Which Constitutional Amendment provides the
basis for citizenship?
  • A. 12th
  • B. 14th
  • C. 16th
  • D. 18th

34
33. The German plan to systematically kill
millions of European Jews is the
  • A. Blitzkrieg
  • B. Sietzkreig
  • C. the Blitz
  • D. Holocaust

35
34. The major battle known as D-Day occurred when
the Allies invaded
  • A. Monte Casino
  • B. Normandy
  • C. Stalingrad
  • D. North Africa

36
35. In the Civil War, who carried out his famous
March to the Sea leaving Atlanta in ashes?
  • A. Chamberlain
  • B. Sheridan
  • C. Lee
  • D. Sherman

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37. In which year did Alabama become a state?
  • A. 1860
  • B. 1823
  • C. 1819
  • D. 1812

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38. WWII began on Sept 1, 1939 when Poland was
invaded by
  • A. Germany
  • B. France
  • C. England
  • D. Italy

39
39. In the Treaty of Paris (1783)
  • A. Britain gave Florida back to Spain
  • B. divided FL between Spain England
  • C. gave FL to the Iroquois Nation
  • D. had nothing to do with Florida

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40. Who campaigned for prison mental hospital
reforms
  • A. Sojourner Truth
  • B. Dorothea Dix
  • C. Catharine Beecher
  • D. Elizabeth Cady Stanton

41
41. Where did the Protestant Revolution begin?
  • A. Russia
  • B. America
  • C. France
  • D. Germany

42
41. In which country did the Protestant
Reformation attract the fewest followers?
  • A. England
  • B. The New World
  • C. Italy
  • D. Holland

43
42. Which Amendment gave women the right to vote?
  • A. 15th
  • B. 17th
  • C. 19th
  • D. 21st

44
43. The main goal of the Missouri Compromise was
to
  • A. maintain the same number of free slave
    states
  • B. expand onto Native American lands
  • C. expand slavery into the North
  • D. end the War of 1812

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44. The Reformation
  • A. weakened civil authority
  • B. prevented the growth of religious tolerance
  • C. encouraged questioning education
  • D. prevented Catholism from spreading outside of
    Europe

46
45. Who wrote Common Sense?
  • A. George Washington
  • B. Thomas Paine
  • C. Patrick Henry
  • D. Thomas Jefferson

47
46. In his farewell address Washington
  • A. praised the 2 party system
  • B. warned against the dangers of permanent
    foreign alliances
  • C. endorsed Adams as his successor
  • D. announced the purchase of Louisiana from
    France

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47. The purpose of the Federalist Papers was to
  • A. explain to the world why the colonies were
    breaking away from England
  • B. persuade New York to ratify the Constitution
  • C. insult King George
  • D. establish the Federalist Party

49
48. When Jefferson wrote We hold these truths
to be self-evident that all men are created
equal he borrowed the idea from
  • A. Montesquieu
  • B. Rousseau
  • C. Locke
  • D. Franklin

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49. The First Continental Congress was called to
  • A. discuss colonial reaction to the Intolerable
    Quebec Acts
  • B. declare independence from Britain
  • C. write a constitution for the colonies
  • D. solve the problem of regulating trade between
    the colonies

51
50.The ministers of the Great Awakening focused
less on the love of God more on
  • A. the love of Christ for those who attended the
    revivals
  • B. an unforgiving God
  • C. hopeless conditions of sinners
  • D. the sinful state of humanity everyones
    chance to be saved

52
51. The Morrill Act of 1862 provided for the
  • A. sale of public land for homesteading
  • B. grant of public lands to states for land-grant
    colleges
  • C. building of the transcontinental railroad
  • D. government regulation of the railroads

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52. The Kansas-Nebraska Act proved which was not
practical?
  • A. the immediate abolition of slavery
  • B. the 36-30 line of the Missouri Compromise
  • C. the doctrine of popular sovereignty
  • D. the three fifths Compromise

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53. John Brown led a raid on the federal arsenal
at Harpers Ferry in an attempt to
  • A. protest the Dred Scott decision
  • B. start a slave revolt
  • C. overthrow their anti-slavery government
  • D. gain support for the pro-slavery movement in
    Kansas

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54. Why was the capture of Vicksburg vital to the
Union?
  • A. it would open up the Eastern front
  • B. it was key to controlling the Ohio River
    Valley
  • C. it was key to controlling the Mississippi
    River area
  • D. it gave the Union control of a major rail
    center

56
55. Laws intended to segregate blacks whites
were known as
  • A. Jim Crow laws
  • B. Immigration laws
  • C. Exclusion laws
  • D. Dred Scott laws

57
56. The first state to secede from the Union was
  • A. Alabama
  • B. South Carolina
  • C. Virginia
  • D. Mississippi

58
57. Who established controlled the Standard Oil
Company 90 of the oil refining business in the
US
  • A. Andrew Carnegie
  • B. John D. Rockefeller
  • C. George Pullman
  • D. J.P. Morgan

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58. Which of the following was NOT a muckraker?
  • A. Ida Tarbell
  • B. Upton Sinclair
  • C. Brett Harte
  • D. Jacob Riis

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59. Who was the educational reformer who urged
free public schools, better pay for teachers, a
longer school year?
  • A. John Dewey
  • B. Horace Mann
  • C. W.E.B. DuBois
  • D. William Howard Taft

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60. Urbanization means the growth of
  • A. industries
  • B. governments
  • C. cities
  • D. immigration

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61. A market in which one company has complete
control over an industrys production, quality,
wages paid, prices charged is called a/an
  • A. monopoly
  • B. merger
  • C. trust
  • D. holding company

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62. A critical term used to describe
industrialists such as Carnegie Rockefeller was
  • A. imperialist
  • B. scalawag
  • C. robber baron
  • D. industrial monger

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63. The 19th Amendment allowed for
  • A. suffrage for women
  • B. federal income tax
  • C. prohibition of liquor
  • D. direct election of senators

65
64. Booker T. Washington is known for supporting
the idea of
  • A. maintaining things as they were
  • B. rapid movement toward integration
  • C. gradual movement toward integration
  • D. separating the races but equality of service

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65. In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the
Supreme Court ruled that
  • A. lynching was a federal crime
  • B. voting rights could not be tied to any form of
    tax
  • C. school segregation was unconstitutional
  • D. racial segregation in public accommodations
    was legal

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66. All of the following led to the US entering
WWI except which?
  • A. the sinking of the Lusitania
  • B. Germanys use of unrestricted submarine
    warfare
  • C. the Zimmerman Note
  • D. the desire for colonies

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67. Which was NOT a cause of the Spanish-American
War?
  • A. the building of the Panama Canal
  • B. Cubas desire for independence from Spain
  • C. yellow journalism
  • D. the sinking of the Maine

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68. Which was the US policy that encouraged equal
trade opportunity with China Africa?
  • A. Open Door Policy
  • B. Monroe Doctrine
  • C. New Deal
  • D. Treaty of Paris, 1898

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69. Which would be considered the long term
causes of WWI?
  • A. the US wanted an empire
  • B. France wanted control of all Europe
  • C. socialism, communism, dictatorship
  • D. imperialism, nationalism, militarism

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70. Why were consumers able to buy an array of
home appliances being produced in the 1920s?
  • A. new products were cheap plentiful
  • B. the installment plan was developed
  • C. wages for factory workers decreased
  • D. few people actually purchased these products

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71.Which was an African American literary
artistic movement centered in NYC?
  • A. the Great Society
  • B. the Jazz Age
  • C. the Harlem Renaissance
  • D. the Cultural Revolution

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72. Which amendment prohibited the sale,
manufacturing, transportation of alcoholic
beverages?
  • A. 17th amendment
  • B. 18th amendment
  • C. 19th amendment
  • D. 20th amendment

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73. There was a decline in farm income in Alabama
in the 1920s due to which?
  • A. a surplus of produce grain
  • B. the loss of cotton crops destroyed by the boll
    weevil
  • C. the loss of white labor due to Northern
    migration
  • D. an increase in trade with Europe

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74. Who fought for the legal rights of women to
obtain birth control founded the 1st birth
control organization?
  • A. Margaret Sanger
  • B. Helen Willis
  • C. Zelda Fitzgerald
  • D. Bessie Smith

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75. The German plan to win WWI was the Von
Schlieffen plan where Germany would sweep into
France through which neutral country?
  • A. Poland
  • B. Belgium
  • C. the Netherlands
  • D. Switzerland

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76. All the following EXCEPT which were perfected
for use in WWI?
  • A. poison gas
  • B. submarine
  • C. rifle
  • D. land mines

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77. The period from 1914 to 1916 when neither
side in WWI could seem to win was called
  • A. Great Standoff
  • B. Great Stalemate
  • C. Siege of Stalingrad
  • D. none of the above

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78. The only major country who refused to sign
the Treaty of Versailles was
  • A. Germany
  • B. France
  • C. US
  • D. England

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79. A major result of the Treaty of Versailles
was that it
  • A. reflected peace without victory
  • B. humiliated Germany which led to WWII
  • C. implemented Wilsons 14 points
  • D. made Russia take responsibility for the war

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80. WWII began on Sept 1, 1939 when Hitlers
forces invaded
  • A. Belgium
  • B. Poland
  • C. Czechoslovakia
  • D. the Netherlands

82
81. During the Civil War, Winston County, AL
the western counties of Virginia had which in
common?
  • A. both were sites of slave rebellions
  • B. they withdrew from their home states when the
    states left the Union
  • C. they were pro secession
  • D. they were centers of CSA industry

83
82.At the 1939 Munich Conference, the British
French appeased Hitler by allowing him to keep
part of
  • A. Poland
  • B. Czechoslovakia
  • C. Belgium
  • D. the Netherlands

84
83. Which Alabamian is the Father of the Blues?
  • A. Lister Hill
  • B. Hugo Black
  • C. David Bibb Graves
  • D. W.C. Handy

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84. Which city is the center of Alabamas steel
industry?
  • A. Mobile
  • B. Birmingham
  • C. Huntsville
  • D. Montgomery

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85. Where is Alabamas space industry located?
  • A. Birmingham
  • B. Mobile
  • C. Huntsville
  • D. Tuscaloosa

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86. Along with Montgomery St. Stephens, these
cities have served as Alabama capitals.
  • A. Birmingham, Mobile, Auburn
  • B. Tuscaloosa, Cahaba, Huntsville
  • C. Andalusia, Dothan, Burnt Corn
  • D. Monroeville, Selma, Huntsville

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87. The 4 main tribes who once lived in Alabama
were
  • A. Seminole, Choctaw, Creek, Apache
  • B. Navaho, Chickasaw, Iroquois, Creek
  • C. Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee
  • D. Cheyenne, Comanche, Crow, Coos

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88. Which tribe, once living in Alabama, had the
largest population?
  • A. Creek
  • B. Chickasaw
  • C. Choctaw
  • D. Cherokee

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89. What does the word ALABAMA mean?
  • A. old town
  • B. thicket clearers
  • C. big creek
  • D. rumbling water

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90. The 3 main ingredients of steel include coal
(carbon), iron what?
  • A. water
  • B. limestone
  • C. copper
  • D. zinc

92
91.Which best demonstrates the lack of free trade
imposed on the American colonies?
  • A. Navigation Acts
  • B. Proclamation of 1763
  • C. Declaratory Act
  • D. Quartering Act

93
92. All the following EXCEPT whom authored The
Federalist Papers?
  • A. James Madison
  • B. John Jay
  • C. Patrick Henry
  • D. Alexander Hamilton

94
93. When Jefferson wrote All men are created
equal, he meant all men should
  • A. have the same amount of money
  • B. be equal socially
  • C. have the right to a public education
  • D. have the same rights under the law

95
94.John Marshall expanded the power of the
Supreme Court establishing the practice of
judicial review in which case?
  • A. Gibbons v. Ogden
  • B. McCullogh v. Maryland
  • C. Marbury v. Madison
  • D. Dartmouth v. Woodward

96
95. The Great Compromise at the Constitutional
Convention worked out an acceptable plan for
  • A. regulating commerce
  • B. levying taxes
  • C. determining congressional representation
  • D. electing a president

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96. When the 1st 2nd Continental Congress met
  • A. all delegates wanted to declare independence
  • B. all wanted to keep peace with Britain
  • C. they unanimously elected Washington as
    president
  • D. they were divided on the issues of
    independence keeping the peace

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97. As a result of the 2nd Great Awakening,
members of some churches divided into
  • A. believers non-believers
  • B. male female congregations
  • C. traditionalists evangelicals
  • D. Christians non-Christians

99
98. The 2nd Great Awakening especially appealed
to
  • A. frontiersmen
  • B. slaves
  • C. women, minorities, the poor
  • D. indentured servants

100
99. Which document is the supreme law of the US?
  • A. the Constitution
  • B. the Emancipation Proclamation
  • C. the Declaration of Independence
  • D. the Bill of Rights

101
100. The 14th Amendment provided for
  • A. former slaves to become citizens
  • B. the right to a trial by jury
  • C. the repeal of federal income tax
  • D. prohibition

102
101. The 1st 10 amendments to the Constitution
are known as the
  • A. Emancipation Proclamation
  • B. Declaration of the Rights of Man
  • C. Monroe Doctrine
  • D. Bill of Rights

103
102.Which is true of the social contract theory?
  • A. Govt power cant be limited by the people
  • B. the people have no say in govt decisions
  • C. the state is created by people willing to give
    up some power
  • D. the rights of the people should be denied by
    the govt

104
103. To adequately protect the rights of the
people, the framers of the Constitution included
which idea?
  • A. the Reserve Clause
  • B. Separation of Powers
  • C. the Judicial Branch
  • D. the Elastic Clause

105
104.Which had the least effect on the settlement
of the Midwest?
  • A. invention of steel plow
  • B. transcontinental railroad
  • C. invention of barbed wire
  • D. invention of electric motor

106
105. Which was a problem for Alabama farmers in
the late 19th-early 20th centuries?
  • A. lack of money
  • B. lack of education
  • C. the one crop system
  • D. all of the above

107
106.Which would not be associated with W.E.B.
DuBois?
  • A. NAACP
  • B. call for immediate voting rights for blacks
  • C. Atlanta Compromise
  • D. vigorous protests against Jim Crow Laws

108
107. Which school was headed by Booker T.
Washington?
  • A. Mount Holyoke
  • B. Tuskegee Institute
  • C. Georgia Institute of Technology
  • D. Auburn

109
108.Booker T. Washington urged blacks to follow a
policy sometimes called accommodation, also called
  • A. Niagara Movement
  • B. Atlanta Compromise
  • C. Seneca Falls Resolution
  • D. Declaration of the Rights of Man

110
109.Upton Sinclairs book The Jungle influenced
  • A. T. Roosevelt to urge Congress to pass the Pure
    Food Drug Act
  • B. many states to pass minimum wage laws
  • C. states to pass factory safety laws new
    regulations
  • D. Wilson to get the Keating-Owen Child Labor Act

111
110. Which term describes Americans who remained
on the Britishs side during the Revolution?
  • A. Patriots
  • B. Scalawags
  • C. Redcoats
  • D. Loyalists

112
111. A band played The World Turned Upside Down
when the British surrendered after this final
Battle of the Revolution
  • A. Trenton
  • B. Saratoga
  • C. Yorktown
  • D. New York

113
112. One of the 2 main causes of the War of 1812
was that the
  • A. British urged Native Americans to resist
    expansion of the US
  • B. French attacking American ships
  • C. Americans wanted Britain to leave the
    Louisiana Territory
  • D. British were urging slaves to revolt

114
113. Andrew Jackson became a national hero after
his victory
  • thA. in the election of 1816
  • B. at the Battle of New Orleans
  • C. at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend
  • D. in the signing of e Treaty of Ghent

115
114. 1 of the major components of Henry Clays
American System was
  • A. removal of Indians to the west
  • B. lower tariffs on imported goods
  • C. ending the charter for the national bank
  • D. spending federal funds on internal improvements

116
115. Which of the following was NOT included in
the Land Ordinance of 1785?
  • A. NW territories had to be surveyed divided
    into townships
  • B. a governor would be appointed for each
    township
  • C. townships were divided into sections
  • D. 1 section in each township was set aside for
    education

117
116.Which helped bring about an end to the Era
of Good Feelings?
  • A. over-speculation of American lands
  • B. availability of easy credit
  • C. renewed divisions within the political parties
  • D. all of the above

118
117. The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
  • A. added Louisiana Territory to the US
  • B. established the process for Western
    territories to become states
  • C. allowed Native Americans to live in Ohio
  • D. all of the above

119
118. The Missouri Compromise settled the question
of whether
  • A. Slavery should be allowed in future states
  • B. slavery should be declared unconstitutional
  • C. the territories should pay taxes
  • D. the territories should be represented in
    Congress

120
119. The increase in the US population during the
period before 1830 was a result of
  • A. immigration from Europe
  • B. immigration from Asia
  • C. an increase in the African slave trade
  • D. an increase in the birth rate

121
120. Which author made major contributions to
American literature culture before the Civil
War?
  • A. Walt Whitman
  • B. Upton Sinclair
  • C. Tennessee Williams
  • D. Truman Capote

122
121. Which is true of the Battle of New Orleans
in the War of 1812?
  • A. It was fought after the war was over
  • B. It was the turning point of the war
  • C. It led to the US acquiring the port of New
    Orleans
  • D. It was a major defeat for the US

123
122. Middle-class Americans who pioneered public
education reforms
  • A. wanted girls to get the same education as boys
  • B. wanted schools to teach character morals
  • C. promoted traditional religious beliefs
  • D. focused on vocational education

124
123. Which was the leading transcendentalist who
started an American Renaissance in literature
  • A. Daniel Webster
  • B. Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • C. Edgar Allen Poe
  • D. Washington Irving

125
124. Francis Scott Key composed the Star
Spangled Banner while watching the bombardment
of what port?
  • A. Ft Sumter
  • B. Ft. Morgan
  • C. Ft. McHenry
  • D. Ft. Ticonderoga

126
125. Which decision established the power of
Judicial Review?
  • A. Gibbons v. Ogden
  • B. Marbury v. Madison
  • C. McCullogh v. Maryland
  • D. Gideon v. Wainwright

127
126. The difference between the League of Nations
the United Nations was
  • A. the Senate ratified both, but only funded the
    UN
  • B. the Senate ratified both, but only funded the
    League
  • C. the Senate only ratified the UN
  • D. none of the above

128
127. Which WWII leader was not present at the
Yalta Conference where plans for post-war Europe
were made?
  • A. Franklin Roosevelt
  • B. Joseph Stalin
  • C. Winston Churchill
  • D. Benito Mussolini

129
128. Which caused the nativism in the US after
WWI?
  • A. decreased immigration
  • B. the Red Scare labor unrest
  • C. the rise of organized crime
  • D. the rise of economic prosperity in Europe

130
129. When the US joined WWI, it
  • A. refused to loan money to the Allies
  • B. sent a huge army to Europe right away
  • C. had already started a draft as war
    preparations
  • D. needed to begin a draft to build a large army

131
130.The overall goal of Wilsons Fourteen Points
was to
  • A. create lasting peace
  • B. promote imperialism
  • C. force Germany to pay war damages
  • D. preserve Europes system of alliances

132
131. The main criticism of the League of Nations
in the Senate was it would
  • A. not be located in the US
  • B. be too expensive
  • C. draw the US into another war
  • D. accept too many nations as members

133
132. Japanese Americans were sent to internment
camps in WWII
  • A. to protect them after the Japanese attack on
    Pearl Harbor
  • B. because many refused to take an oath of
    allegiance
  • C. because they refused to serve in the military
  • D. because many thought they may act as spies

134
133. In an attempt to end WWII, the US decided to
drop atomic bombs on
  • A. Berlin Munich
  • B. Hiroshima Nagasaki
  • C. Dresden Sarajevo
  • D. Stalingrad Casablanca

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134. The US financed WWII by all except which?
  • A. foreign loans from England France
  • B. selling war bonds
  • C. borrowing from banks private investors
  • D. increasing taxes

136
135. When men left their jobs to fight in WWII
who took their place?
  • A. Chinese immigrants
  • B. Black men
  • C. women
  • D. older men who were too old to fight

137
136. When forced to leave the Philippines during
WWII, who promised I shall return?
  • A. MacArthur
  • B. Patton
  • C. Eisenhower
  • D. Nimitz

138
137. At what conference did England France
appease Hitler declare peace in our time?
  • A. Yalta
  • B. Munich
  • C. Casablanca
  • D. Stalingrad

139
138.1 reason the US distrusted Japan before Pearl
Harbor was they had
  • A. Refused to accept the Open Door Policy
  • B. attacked British forces in the Philippines
  • C. developed an atomic bomb
  • D. engaged a policy of expansion in Asia the
    Pacific

140
139.The main objective of the Allies in WWI was to
  • a. Stop German aggression
  • b. Strip Germany of her colonies
  • c. Take the Rhineland for France
  • d. None of the above

141
140. During the 1st 2 years of WWI (1914-16)
  • A. Germany was unable to force France to
    surrender
  • B. the Germans were driven out of Belgium
  • C. neither side could seem to win
  • D. the Germans fought only on the Eastern Front

142
141. Of all the weapons Germany used in WWI, the
Allies feared which the most?
  • A. the submarine
  • B. land mines
  • C. poison gas
  • D. depth charges

143
142. At the end of WWI, the US economy was
characterized by which?
  • A. high interest rates
  • B. a deep recession
  • C. a stock market crash
  • D. high unemployment

144
143. The Red Scare is a term which denotes fear
of
  • A. Red China
  • B. Maos Red Army
  • C. emerging East Bloc Countries
  • D. Communism

145
144. Which groups did NOT share in the overall
prosperity of the 1920s?
  • A. farmers
  • B. women
  • C. business leaders
  • D. writers

146
145. Nicola Sacco Bartolomeo Vanzetti were
charged with convicted of
  • A. treason
  • B. anarchy
  • C. receiving bribes
  • D. robbery murder

147
146. The 1st practical peacetime use of airplanes
was for
  • A. crop dusting
  • B. carrying mail
  • C. carrying passengers
  • D. weather forecasting

148
147. It was difficult to enforce Prohibition laws
for all these reasons EXCEPT which?
  • A. many were determined to break the law
  • B. not enough money to pay for enforcement
  • C. many police took bribes
  • D. prohibition banned only alcohol made in the US

149
148. What ended World War I?
  • A. Treaty of Versailles
  • B. Treaty of Paris
  • C. Treaty of Ghent
  • D. Treaty of Dresden

150
149. The Great Migration of 1910-20 refers to the
movement of
  • A. European immigrants to America
  • B. people from the country to cities
  • C. African Americans from the US to Africa
  • D. African Americans from the South to the North

151
150.What impact did industrialization have on
children?
  • A. Kids became part of the labor force working
    long hours at dangerous jobs
  • B. Kids were not affected spent their time in
    school
  • C. Kids were protected by child labor laws
    didnt work until 16
  • D. Kids only worked on farms, not factories

152
151.Which was the author of popular rags to
riches stories that reinforced hard work?
  • A. Andrew Carnegie
  • B. Herbert Spencer
  • C. Charles Darwin
  • D. Horatio Alger

153
152. Social Darwinism promoted the idea that
  • A. society would benefit from elimination of the
    weak survival of the strong
  • B. govt should take an active role in shaping
    the economy
  • C. all competition should be eliminated
  • D. it is the responsibility of the govt to aid
    society

154
153. Muckrakers were
  • A. workers in the textile industry
  • B. writers who exposed the evils of society
  • C. jailed because they were critical of the
    government
  • D. writers who wrote about the Old West

155
154. With which cause(s) were women closely
associated during the Progressive Era?
  • A. womens rights
  • B. Temperance (anti-liquor)
  • C. Child labor laws
  • D. all of the above

156
155. Many blacks poor white Alabama citizens
lost the right to vote under the Constitution of
1901 because of which?
  • A. poll tax
  • B. grandfather clause
  • C. property requirements
  • D. all of these

157
156.Which was NOT an effect of the Crusades?
  • A. increased trade
  • B. increased exploration
  • C. increased isolationism
  • D. inflation

158
157. Which was the site of the 1st representative
govt in the New World?
  • A. Jamestown
  • B. St. Augustine
  • C. Quebec
  • D. New Orleans

159
158. The series of religious revivals that spread
throughout colonial America during the early 18th
Century was which?
  • A. the American Renaissance
  • B. the Great Awakening
  • C. the Social Gospel Movement
  • D. the Four Square Gospel

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159. The framers of the Constitution provided
that in a fight between state natl laws
  • A. federal law wins
  • B. the Supreme Court decides the case
  • C. state law wins
  • D. a joint committee of Congress decides

161
160. Voting rights are guaranteed by which
Amendment?
  • A. 15th
  • B. 16th
  • C. 17th
  • D. 21st

162
161. Locke, Hobbes, Rousseau would most likely
agree that
  • A. force was the major factor in the development
    of govt
  • B. all govt should be abolished
  • C. all states should be ruled by divine right
  • D. the state exists to serve the will of the
    people

163
162. The Constitution gives Congress the power to
make laws necessary to carry out its duties
responsibilities. This is called
  • A. supremacy clause
  • B. elastic clause
  • C. 10th Amendment
  • D. establishment clause

164
163. When Texas became independent, many hoped to
add it to the US. Which was NOT an issue
regarding its annexation?
  • A. fear of war with Mexico
  • B. abolitionist opposed the spread of slavery
  • C. Manifest Destiny
  • D. additional markets for cotton

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166
164. Which best demonstrates US population trends
from 1780 to 1830?
  • A. grew older got smaller
  • B. high birthrates caused pop. explosion
  • C. Native Americans increased rapidly
  • D. Mass European immigration caused overpopulation

167
165. Which was NOT an impact of the Columbian
Exchange its impact on native societies?
  • A. millions died from diseases
  • B. they grew rich from trade
  • C. new foods were introduced to Europe
  • D. they were forcibly baptized

168
166. Why was Saratoga a turning point in the
Revolutionary war?
  • A. Washington became the commander of the army
  • B. the French decided to openly aid the colonies
  • C. it was the last battle of the war
  • D. Jefferson surrendered his troops

169
167. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Washington Irving,
Emily Dickinson contributed to which?
  • A. political thought
  • B. abolitionist movement
  • C. literature
  • D. the Revolutionary War

170
168. Which was a turning point in the Civil War?
  • A. Bull Run
  • B. Gettysburg
  • C. Antietam
  • D. Savannah

171
169. Which best expresses the message of
Lincolns Gettysburg Address?
  • A. he freed all slaves
  • B.to announce his resignation
  • C. to announce the terms of surrender for the
    South
  • D. to say the Union must be preserved

172
170. Before the Civil War, most runaway slaves
headed where?
  • A. Mexico
  • B. Virginia
  • C. Canada
  • D. London

173
171. TVA, CCC, the AAA should be identified
with which?
  • A. Era of Good Feelings
  • B. Monroe Doctrine
  • C. New Frontier
  • D. New Deal

174
172. Who would be most correctly associated with
the assembly line?
  • A. Ben Franklin
  • B. Andrew Jackson
  • C. Henry Ford
  • D. Alexander Graham Bell

175
173. Chief Sitting Bull his warriors were
defeated at the Battle of
  • A. Wounded Knee
  • B. Tippecanoe
  • C. Sand Creek
  • D. Horseshoe Bend

176
174. Which Alabama native was named to the US
Supreme Court by Franklin Roosevelt?
  • A. George Wallace
  • B. Bibb Graves
  • C. Hugo Black
  • D. Jeff Davis

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175. Which Alabamian won 3 Gold Medals at the
1936 Olympics, causing Hitler to leave in disgust?
  • A. Joe Louis
  • B. Jesse Owens
  • C. Hank Williams
  • D. Arthur Gaston

178
176. Which company built the 1st railroad in
Alabama?
  • A. B O
  • B. Montgomery Railroad Company
  • C. Tuscumbia Railroad Company
  • D. Selma Railroad Company

179
177. During WWII, which state led the nation in
per capita purchasing of war bonds?
  • A. Florida
  • B. California
  • C. Georgia
  • D. Alabama

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178. Which battle in the War of 1812, led by Andy
Jackson, ended all chances the Creeks (Red
Sticks) had to stop white settlers?
  • A. Battle of Saw Mill Creek
  • B. Battle of Girard
  • C. Battle of Horseshoe Bend
  • D. Battle of the Bulge

181
179. Which Alabama native worked on finding the
causes of cure for yellow fever?
  • A. Lister Hill
  • B. William Gorgas
  • C. Jesse Owens
  • D. W. C. Handy

182
180. Problems on what major project led to the
cure for yellow fever?
  • A. Panama Canal
  • B. WWI
  • C. Aswan Dam
  • D. TVA

183
181. What was Alabamas liquor policy after the
21st amendment repealed the 18th?
  • A. Alcohol was illegal everywhere
  • B. Liquor was legal everywhere
  • C. Each county votes on its own liquor policy
  • D. the State has the right to tax all liquor

184
182. Franklins cartoon urges the colonies to do
what?
  • A. kill snakes
  • B. work together
  • C. join the military
  • D. join the British

185
183. Which 3 countries were the Axis Powers in
WWII?
  • A. US, England, France
  • B. Spain, France, Italy
  • C. Japan, Germany, Spain
  • D. Germany, Italy, Japan

186
184. The New Deal established the Securities
Exchange Commission (SEC) to
  • A. regulate stop fraud in the stock market
  • B. insure bank deposits
  • C. license new banks
  • D. regulate foreign trade

187
185. During the Great Depression, who lived in
Hoovervilles?
  • A. rich friends of President Hoover
  • B. the newly homeless
  • C. farmers who lost their farms because of the
    Dust Bowl
  • D. Vacuum cleaner workers

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186. What was the Manhattan Project?
  • A. code name for D-Day
  • B. a New Deal program to bring jobs to big cities
  • C. US plan to invade Japan
  • D. US program to develop the atomic bomb

189
187. Where was the 1st motion picture made?
  • A. Paris
  • B. New York
  • C. Hollywood
  • D. Philadelphia

190
188. Which US president made the decision to
drop the bomb?
  • A. FDR
  • B. Truman
  • C. Hoover
  • D. Kennedy

191
189. Abolitionists worked to end what?
  • A. child labor
  • B. poor working conditions
  • C. liquor consumption
  • D. slavery

192
190. Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Dachau should all
be associated with
  • A. WWI
  • B. WWII
  • C. Vietnam
  • D. Korea

193
191. Which famous radical abolitionist published
The Liberator?
  • A. William Lloyd Garrison
  • B. Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • C. Fredrick Douglas
  • D. Catherine Beecher

194
192. Which great abolitionist orator published
The North Star?
  • A. William Lloyd Garrison
  • B. Fredrick Douglas
  • C. Harriet Tubman
  • D. John Brown

195
193. Who was the most famous conductor of the
Underground RR?
  • A. Catherine Beecher
  • B. Harriet Tubman
  • C. Jeff Davis
  • D. Robert E. Lee

196
194. What was the name of Hitlers secret police?
  • A. Red Guard
  • B. Red Shirts
  • C. MI6
  • D. Gestapo

197
195. Which Supreme Court Justice strengthened the
Court the most?
  • A. Hugo Black
  • B. John Jay
  • C. John Marshall
  • D. Thurgood Marshall

198
196. Who was the 1st Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court?
  • A. John Marshall
  • B. Thomas Paine
  • C. John Jay
  • D. Jay Leno

199
197. Which amendments are nicknamed the
African-American amendments?
  • A. 1st 10
  • B. 7, 8, 9
  • C. 13, 14, 15
  • D. 21, 22, 23

200
198. Which decade should be associated with
Flappers, Jazz, drinking?
  • A. Era of Good Feelings
  • B. Rowdy 40s
  • C. Roaring 20s
  • D. 1960s

201
199. Which war included the Rough Riders?
  • A. American Revolution
  • B. War of 1812
  • C. Cold War
  • D. Spanish American War

202
200. What happened on D-Day?
  • A. England ended the Revolutionary War
  • B. WWI ended
  • C. allies invaded France in WWII
  • D. America evacuated Vietnam

203
201. What did Wm Gorgas discover caused malaria?
  • A. mosquitoes
  • B. rotten meat
  • C. air pollution
  • D. cold weather

204
202. Which best describes yellow journalism?
  • A. accurate
  • B. exaggerated
  • C. biographical
  • D. statistical

205
203.Which Alabama city is named for a British
iron town?
  • A. Mobile
  • B. Bessemer
  • C. Fish Eye
  • D. Birmingham

206
204. What was the shot heard round the world?
  • A. French Revolution
  • B. American Revolution
  • C. bombing of Pearl Harbor
  • D. bombing of Hiroshima

207
205. The Monroe Doctrine concerns which?
  • A. income taxes
  • B. tariffs
  • C. interstate trade
  • D. foreign affairs

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206. Locke, Rousseau, Hobbes are associated
with
  • A. the Dark Ages
  • B. the Renaissance
  • C. the Enlightenment
  • D. the Sp. Civil War

209
207. Why was John Hancocks signature on the
Declaration so large ?
  • A. he wanted King George to be able to read it
    without glasses
  • B. he always wrote big
  • C. he needed new glasses
  • D. he had carpal tunnel

210
208. What was the period of rebuilding the South
immediately following the Civil War?
  • A. renaissance
  • B. the enlightenment
  • C. Great Awakening
  • D. reconstruction

211
209. During reconstruction, the South was divided
into 5 zones, each ruled by
  • A. governors
  • B. politicians
  • C. generals
  • D. muckrakers

212
210. What ended reconstruction?
  • A. deconstruction
  • B. Harlem Renaissance
  • C. the Missouri Compromise
  • D. the Compromise of 1877

213
211. Who was named president under the Compromise
of 1877?
  • A. M.A. Ledbetter
  • B. R.B. Hayes
  • C. U.S. Grant
  • D. R.E. Lee

214
212. Why did Jackson use the Indian Removal Act?
  • A. oil was discovered on their land
  • B. their land was extremely fertile
  • C. gold was discovered
  • D. he was trying out his presidential power

215
213. What explorer was the 1st European to see
the Mississippi River?
  • A. Pizarro
  • B. De Soto
  • C. Coronado
  • D. Cortez

216
214. Seneca Falls is most correctly associated
with
  • A. Native Americans
  • B. Abolitionists
  • C. Women's Temperance Union
  • D. Women's Rights

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215. Who started the Reformation?
  • A. Leonardo Da Vinci
  • B. Martin Luther
  • C. Christopher Columbus
  • D. William Shakespeare

218
216. Who should most rightfully be considered
Mr. Harlem Renaissance?
  • A. Shakespeare
  • B. W.C. Handy
  • C. Louis Armstrong
  • D. Langston Hughes

219
217. Which word can be substituted for
conscription?
  • A. military
  • B. intelligence
  • C. draft
  • D. ululent

220
218. Which 2 powers were the Populists Party
most concerned about fighting?
  • A. Jeffersonians Whigs
  • B. farmers factory owners
  • C. banks railroads
  • D. Rockefeller Carnegie

221
219. Who is credited with discovering the
Pacific?
  • A. Magellan
  • B. Balboa
  • C. Cortez
  • D. De Soto

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220. Who was the 1st to sail around the tip of
Africa?
  • A. Magellan
  • B. de Gama
  • C. Henry the Navigator
  • D. Quavon Davis

223
221. Who was the commander of the American forces
in the American Revolution?
  • A. Nathan Hale
  • B. Sir Walter Scott
  • C. Benedict Arnold
  • D. George Washington
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