American History I Unit IV Notes

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  1. A practice especially common with Jackson which rewarded loyal voters and campaigners with government jobs thereby repaying them for their patronage and also filling the bureaucracy with those of the winning party.

    A) Spoils System
    B) Southern Code of Honor
    C) Manifest Destiny
    D) Nullification Contraversy
    A) Spoils System
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The tarrif of 1828 (tariff of abomination) pitted Jackson against JC Calhoun and exposed the sectional defferences, particularly southern opposition to tarrifs.

    A) Nullification Controversy
    B) Phrenology
    C) Nativism
    D) Spoils System
    A) Nullification Controversy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Jacksons Opposition to rechartering the federal bank led him to help create state banks to be depositories of federal revenue and most often choosing them based on their loyalty to the Democratic party.

    A) Presidios
    B) Southern Code of Honor
    C) Pet Banks
    D) American Renaissance
    C) Pet Banks
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Jackson's hand picked successor to the Presidency, elected in 1836 from the Democratic Party.

    A) Martin Van Buren
    B) Horace Mann
    C) William Lloyd Garrison
    D) Frederick Douglass
    A) Martin Van Buren
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. A new political party created during Jackson's second term as president and consisting of his opponents from North and South to include southern advocates of nullification.

    A) Presidios
    B) Whigs
    C) Southern Code of Honor
    D) Pigdin
    B) Whigs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Father of public schools and influential reformer who advocated the creation of public education to instill common civic and moral values and combat ignorance in the population.

    A) Nathaniel Hawthorne
    B) Gabriel Prosser
    C) Horace Mann
    D) Hinton R. Helper
    C) Horace Mann
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Northern reformers and northern advocates of the national bank, commercial farmers, merchants, and anti-masons.

    A) Nativism
    B) Whigs
    C) Prenology
    D) Southern Code of Honor
    B) Whigs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Firey white abolitionist who published The Liberator, a newspaper advocating "immediate emancipation" for slaves.

    A) James K. Polk
    B) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    C) William Lloyde Garrison
    D) Martin Van Buren
    C) William Lloyde Garrison
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Organizer of the seneca falls convention and author of the Declaration of Sentiments calling for women's equality and woman suffrage; Seneca Falls Convention - representative of the reform movement and the consensus among reformers of the need to address women's rights.

    A) Martin Van Buren
    B) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    C) Gabriel Prosser
    D) Denmark Vesey
    B) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Popular health movement of the antebellum period which stated that a person's personality could be revealed by studying and interpreting the bumps on one's skull.

    A) Phrenology
    B) Presidios
    C) Pigdin
    D) Nativism
    A) Phrenology
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. The creation of a uniquely American literature and art which included Hawthorne, Emerson, Poe, Thoreau, Cooper and Alcott.

    A) Nativism
    B) Southern Code of Honor
    C) American Renaissance
    D) Whigs
    C) American Renaissance
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. Wrote realistic fiction whose themes exposed the conflicting emotions of humans and the sometimes tragic results of their failures.

    A) Hinton R. Helper
    B) Nathaniel Hawthorne
    C) Frederick Douglass
    D) James K. Polk
    B) Nathaniel Hawthorne
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Published Impending Crisis of the South calling upon non slaveholding white Southerners to abolish slavery in their own interests.

    A) Hinton R. Helper
    B) Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    C) William Lloyd Garrison
    D) Denmark Vesey
    A) Hinton R. Helper
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. Societal expectations and behaviors of southern whites used as a means of dealing with insults and affronts; led to a higher rate of violence.

    A) Manifest Destiny
    B) Nativism
    C) Southern Code of Honor
    D) Whigs
    C) Southern Code of Honor
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. A Christianized Virginia slave responsible for planning a slave revolt, he was betrayed and executed for the conspiracy.

    A) James K. Polk
    B) Denmark Vesey
    C) Frederick Douglass
    D) Gabriel Prosser
    D) Gabriel Prosser
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. A South Carolina slave who bought his freedom then planned a slave revolt for which he and his followers were executed.

    A) Horace Mann
    B) Gabriel Prosser
    C) William Lloyd Garrison
    D) Denmark Vesey
    D) Denmark Vesey
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. A rather unorganized method of helping southern slaves escape from the South through a network of safehouses; often aided by former slaves like Harriet Tubman and Josiah Henson.

    A) Slave Resistance
    B) Slave Escape Routes
    C) Underground Railroad
    C) Underground Railroad
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. Former slave and articulate abolitionist who advocated immediate abolition and worked toward freedmen's citzenship rights.

    A) Frederick Douglass
    B) Denmark Vesey
    C) Gabriel Prosser
    D) Josiah Henson
    A) Frederick Douglass
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. Ideology which developed in direct response to early 19th century immigration; based on the idea of native born white Americans that Irish immigrants took jobs from them, fear of a Catholic conspiracy and resistance to their Democratic Activity.

    A) Bible Riots
    B) Nativism
    C) Presidios
    D) Pigdin
    B) Nativism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Violence born of nativism in Philadelphia where Whig anti-immigrants attacked Irish Catholics over the liquor regulations and Bibles used in schools.

    A) Religion Controversy
    B) Philidelphia v. Immigration
    C) Immigration Act
    D) Bible Riots
    D) Bible Riots
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Spanish forts or garrisons constructed in the Southwest to protect Catholic missions.

    A) Pigdin
    B) Overland Trail
    C) Presidios
    D) Alamo
    C) Presidios
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. Unique Language of American born slaves which allowed them to communicate with one another and develop their own culture.

    A) Ebonics
    B) Pig Latin
    C) Pigdin
    C) Pigdin
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. An abandoned mission in Texas that became the site of a Texas defeat at the hands of Santa Anna and the Mexican army in the Texas Revolution.

    A) Presidios
    B) Alamo
    C) Mexican War
    D) Brejo
    B) Alamo
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. The path taken by American migrants to the far west - Oregon and California; extremely harsh conditions characterized the trip usually made by groups of families who worked cooperatively.

    A) Overland Trail
    B) Trail of Tears
    C) California Trail
    D) Oregon Trail
    A) Overland Trail
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Phrase which describes the antebellum philosophy that god had ordained the U.S. would eventually and inevitably own the continent from the Atlantic coast to the Pacific coast.

    A) Nativism
    B) American Renaissance
    C) Manifest Destiny
    D) Underground Railroad
    C) Manifest Destiny
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Democrats "Dark Horse" candidate elected president in 1844.

    A) James K. Polk
    B) Martin Van Buren
    C) Horace Mann
    D) Nathaniel Hawthorne
    A) James K. Polk
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. He Orchestrated the Mexican War by provoking a border dispute in Texas from which he hoped to gain both California and Mexico; he also intended to settle the territorial dispute in Oregon by dividing it at the 49th parallel.

    A) Frederick Douglass
    B) James K. Polk
    C) William Lloyd Garrison
    D) Nathaniel Hawthorne
    B) James K. Polk
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. A movement for more democracy in American Governmet in the 1830's

    A) Democratic Revolt
    B) The American Movement
    C) Democratic Revolution
    D) Jacksonian Democracy
    D) Jacksonian Democracy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Who was charged by Jackson and his supporters for Corruption?

    A) Abraham Lincoln
    B) Teddy Roosevelt
    C) Martin Van Buren
    D) John Q. Adams
    D) John Q. Adams
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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