Chapter 4: Antebellum America and Continued Expansion

Chapter 4: Antebellum America and Continued Expansion

U.S. History: EOC Flashback Exercise Unit 4: Antebellum America and Continued Expansion 1. Which of the following territories won its independence from Mexico in 1836 and was an independent country for a time before being annexed by the United States? A. B.

C. D. Oregon Texas Missouri New Mexico 2. What issue were both the Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850 meant to deal with? A.

B. C. D. slavery in the South how territories would be annexed trade with Great Britain the expansion of slavery 3. Why did northern industrialists favor protective tariffs? A. Tariffs raised the cost of European goods so

that more people would buy American goods. B. Labor unions demanded tariffs because they raised factory workers wages. C. Investors used money from tariffs to reduce production costs. D. Higher prices meant that companies made fewer profits. 4. What impact did cotton have on western settlement? A. Cotton was a southern cash crop and had no impact on the west.

B. Most western settlers opposed slavery and moved west to get away from cotton plantations. C. Cottons profitability discouraged many from moving west for economic reasons. D. Cottons profitability encouraged many people to move west to acquire land. 5. An abolitionist supported which of the following causes? A.

B. C. D. outlawing alcohol ending slavery limiting slavery to southern states ending womens suffrage 6. Who of the following supported womens suffrage? A.

B. C. D. Andrew Jackson Susan B. Anthony Henry Clay Eli Whitney 7. Political leaders in the South asserted which of the following in the years leading up to the Civil War?

A. B. C. D. Abolition the right of slaves to sue masters states rights popular sovereignty 8. The term Bleeding Kansas refers to which of the following?

A. the violence that occurred as part of the nullification crisis B. the fighting that resulted between slaves and masters in Kansas C. the violence that resulted between anti- and pro-slavery forces after a federal act D. a book written by an abolitionist to show the brutality of slavery 1. Which of the following territories won its independence from Mexico in 1836 and was an independent country for a time before being annexed

by the United States? A. B. C. D. Oregon Texas Missouri New Mexico

2. What issue were both the Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850 meant to deal with? A. B. C. D. slavery in the South how territories would be annexed trade with Great Britain the expansion of slavery

3. Why did northern industrialists favor protective tariffs? A. Tariffs raised the cost of European goods so that more people would buy American goods. B. Labor unions demanded tariffs because they raised factory workers wages. C. Investors used money from tariffs to reduce production costs. D. Higher prices meant that companies made fewer profits.

4. What impact did cotton have on western settlement? A. Cotton was a southern cash crop and had no impact on the west. B. Most western settlers opposed slavery and moved west to get away from cotton plantations. C. Cottons profitability discouraged many from moving west for economic reasons. D. Cottons profitability encouraged many people to move west to acquire land.

5. An abolitionist supported which of the following causes? A. B. C. D. outlawing alcohol ending slavery limiting slavery to southern states ending womens suffrage

6. Who of the following supported womens suffrage? A. B. C. D. Andrew Jackson Susan B. Anthony Henry Clay Eli Whitney

7. Political leaders in the South asserted which of the following in the years leading up to the Civil War? A. B. C. D. Abolition the right of slaves to sue masters states rights

popular sovereignty 8. The term Bleeding Kansas refers to which of the following? A. the violence that occurred as part of the nullification crisis B. the fighting that resulted between slaves and masters in Kansas C. the violence that resulted between anti- and pro-slavery forces after a federal act D. a book written by an abolitionist to show the brutality of slavery

9. Who is associated with the Underground Railroad? A. B. C. D. Harriet Beecher Stowe Harriet Tubman John C. Calhoun Frederick Douglas

10. A U.S. congressman in the 1840s who favored western expansion on the grounds that it was a nations role to control and civilize the territory from the Mississippi River to the Pacific coast was undoubtedly a believer in what? A. B. C. D. universal suffrage Manifest Destiny

Democracy abolition 11. Negotiations with the British, war with Mexico, and annexation of Texas were all part of A. B. C. D. sectionalism between the North and South.

westward expansion. Jacksonian Democracy. social reform. 12. Andrew Jackson would have been most supportive of A. B. C. D. a slaves right to freedom.

womens suffrage. eastern banks and businesses. white frontiersmen. 9. Who is associated with the Underground Railroad? A. B. C. D. Harriet Beecher Stowe

Harriet Tubman John C. Calhoun Frederick Douglas 10. A U.S. congressman in the 1840s who favored western expansion on the grounds that it was a nations role to control and civilize the territory from the Mississippi River to the Pacific coast was undoubtedly a believer in what? A. B. C. D.

universal suffrage Manifest Destiny Democracy abolition 11. Negotiations with the British, war with Mexico, and annexation of Texas were all part of A. B. C.

D. sectionalism between the North and South. westward expansion. Jacksonian Democracy. social reform. 12. Andrew Jackson would have been most supportive of A. B. C.

D. a slaves right to freedom. womens suffrage. eastern banks and businesses. white frontiersmen. 13. What effect did Manifest Destiny have? A. It improved relations between the U.S. and Mexico. B. It made Texas a free republic. C. It extended U.S. territory all the way to the

Pacific. D. It resulted in the end of universal suffrage. 14. Which of the following describes the abolitionist movement? A. African Americans and whites took part. B. Religion had little influence on the movement. C. It did not include southern whites. D. Due to sexual discrimination, no women were abolitionists.

15. Which of the following best describes southern reaction to John Browns 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry? A. alarmed, because they saw it as a violent threat to the southern way of life. B. encouraged, because it showed that some men were willing to go to extreme measures to protect states rights. C. amused, because they dismissed it as an isolated incident led by a fool. D. saddened, because Brown was a southern hero and news of his death was disheartening.

16. Which American industry was the first to use machines to do work previously done by hand? A. B. C. D. firearm textile shoemaking

railroad 13. What effect did Manifest Destiny have? A. It improved relations between the U.S. and Mexico. B. It made Texas a free republic. C. It extended U.S. territory all the way to the Pacific. D. It resulted in the end of universal suffrage. 14. Which of the following describes the abolitionist movement?

A. African Americans and whites took part. B. Religion had little influence on the movement. C. It did not include southern whites. D. Due to sexual discrimination, no women were abolitionists. 15. Which of the following best describes southern reaction to John Browns 1859 raid on Harpers Ferry? A. alarmed, because they saw it as a violent threat to the southern way of life.

B. encouraged, because it showed that some men were willing to go to extreme measures to protect states rights. C. amused, because they dismissed it as an isolated incident led by a fool. D. saddened, because Brown was a southern hero and news of his death was disheartening. 16. Which American industry was the first to use machines to do work previously done by hand? A.

B. C. D. firearm textile shoemaking railroad

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