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A10Answer: Laissez FaireVocab. Definition: Minimum Government Interference-idea that citizens have the right to privacy and independence from government control.
A-20 Answer: mercantilismVocab. Def.: Economic system in which England controlled trade of the colonies.
A30 Answer: FederalismVocab. Def.: Power of the government is shared between the states and the national government.
A40 Answer: Limited Government
Vocab. Def.: Puts strict requirements on government to protect the people.
A50Answer: Pt. 1 25 pts. virtuePt. 2 25 pts. - urbanization
Vocab. Def.: Pt. 1 -The quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong Pt. 2 A social process where cities grow
Vocab. Def.: idea that a state government could cancel or ignore a federal law that they feel unfairly hurts their state (Unconstitutional)
A70Answer: Free Enterprise System
Vocab. Def.: Individual people and not the government control the economy; people decide what to make, sell and buy
A80Answer: The 1st Great Awakening
Question: What was a period of great revivalism that spread throughout the colonies in the 1730s and 1740s?
A90Answer: Great Compromise by Roger Sherman
Question: What called for a Bi-cameral Congress with population based representation in the House, and two representatives per state in the Senate?
Question: What do you call a native white Southerner who collaborated with the occupying forces during Reconstruction, often for personal gain?
B10 Answer: French & Indian WarQuestion:? What war happened because the British colonists wanted to take over French land in North America?
B20 Answer: 10 pts. - Lexington & Concord 10 pts. - Saratoga Question: What was the first battle of the American Revolution when the British were seeking the Patriot arsenal? And what was the turning point of the American Revolution?
B30 Answer: Battle of Yorktown where Cornwallis surrendered. Question: What was the last battle of the American Revolution?
B40 Answer: 20 pts. -Battle of Gettysburg 20 pts. Fort Sumter Question: What was the turning point of the Civil War with a battle in the North? And where were the first shots fired that started the Civil War?
B50 Answer: 15 pts each or 50 for all 3Intolerable ActsBoston MassacreTownshend Acts, Stamp Act, Sugar Act, Tea Act
Question: List three events that led to the colonists choosing to go to war with Britain.
B60 Answer: Vicksburg, lost control of the Mississippi River which divided the South
Question: What was a battle in the Civil War that ended up dividing the South?
B70 Answer: Treaty of Paris 1783 ended the American Revolution
Question: The 13 colonies became independent from England; the boundaries of the new nation were the Mississippi river to the west, Canada to the north, and Spanish Florida to the south.
B80 Answer: War of 1812 British against the Americans
Question: What war caused the following which led to industrialization: America could not buy goods from England and was forced to make their own goods, inventions changed the way goods were produced; improvements in transportation made it easier, faster and cheaper to send goods to buyers.
B90 Answer: 45 pts. -William Carney 1st AA45 pts. Philip Bazaar
Question: Who was the 1st African American awarded the Medal of Honor while serving with the 54th Massachusetts Regiment during the Civil War? And who was the Navy Seaman who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his valor in the Battle of Fort Fisher?
B100 Answer: 50 pts Battle of Antietam50 pts South Carolina Dec. 20, 1860 1st state to secede other southern states soon followed and formed the Confederate States of America.
Question: What was the single bloodiest battle in one day of the Civil War and what was the first state to secede thus beginning the Civil War?
C10 Answer: 1607; Jamestown, VirginiaQuestion: When and what was the 1st Permanent English Colony?
C20 Answer: 1620 Mayflower CompactQuestion: When and what was signed by the Pilgrims and helped establish the idea of self-government?
C30 Answer: 1865; John Wilkes Booth Question: When and who assassinated President Lincoln at Fords Theater while he was watching the play, "Our American Cousin?
C40 Answer: Francis Scott KeyQuestion: Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner were watching the battle of Fort McHenry?
C50 Answer: Monroe Doctrine Question: What was the document that stated there would be non-interference of European nations in the Western Hemisphere?
C60 Answer: Slavery SectionalismStates Rights Question: What were three causes of the Civil War?
C70 Answer: Temperance Movement Question: What social movement tried to stop the drinking of alcohol?
C80 Answer: Seneca Falls Convention was held in Seneca Falls, New York with Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott leading it. Question: Where was the first womens rights convention held and who were the two leader of this convention?
C90 Answer: Bleeding Kansas Question: Where was there a conflict between pro-slavery and anti-slavery people in 1854-59?
C100 Answer: Reconstruction Question: What lasted from 1865-67 followed Lincolns goals and pushed for the ratification of the thirteenth amendment which prohibited slavery?
D10 Answer: George Washington Question: In his farewell address, he warned of political parties and to avoid foreign alliances.
D20 Answer: Sojourner Truth and Frederick Douglass Question: These two people were both born slaves but had escaped slavery and became leading abolitionists. Name one.
D30Answer: John Marshall Question: Who was the most influential Supreme Court Justice; he helped establish the idea of Judicial Review which made the Supreme Court the powerful institution it is today?
D40 Answer: Thomas Jefferson Question: Author of the Declaration of Independence
D50 Answer: Henry David Thoreau Question: He was a transcendentalist which stress the relationship between humans & nature. He put his beliefs into practice through civil disobedience which is refusing to pay laws that he thought were unjust.Who am I?
D60 Answer: Samuel Adams Question: Boston Patriot who opposed British taxation. He established the committee of correspondence and was a leader of the Sons of Liberty.
D70 Answer: James K. Polk Question: President during the Mexican War
D80 Answer: Jefferson Davis Question: President of the Confederate States of America
D90 Answer: Thomas Paine Question: Wrote Common Sense and American Crisis, He urged Americans to support the Patriot cause during the American Revolution.
D100 Answer: James Madison Question: Father of the Constitution and one of the authors of the Federalist Papers
E10 Answer: Worcester v. Georgia Question:What was the Supreme Court case where the Cherokee Nation sued Georgia to keep their lands and won, but were removed by Jackson anyway?
E20 Answer: Northwest Ordinance Question:What established government for the Northwest Territory and described how a territory becomes a state?
E30 Answer: Fugitive Slave Act Question:What act helped slave owners recover their runaway slaves from the North?
E40 Answer: McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) Question:What Supreme Court Case said that a state could not tax a national bank and it increased the power of the national government?
E50 Answer: Compromise of 1850 Question: What preserved balance of free and slave states and said that congress would not regulate slavery in territories. Also California becomes a free state, no slave trade in D.C., popular sovereignty in Mexican Session?
E60 Answer: Gibbons v. Ogden (1824) Question:What Supreme Court Case said that federal government had the power to regulate trade between states?
E70 Answer: Admitted Missouri as a slave state and Maine as a free state, and prohibited slavery north of Missouri maintaining balance between free and slave states in Congress. Question:What did the Missouri Compromise (1820) do?
E80 Answer: Marbury v. Madison (1803) Question:What court case said that the Supreme Court had the right to review all laws made by Congress and it established the idea of Judicial Review?
E90 Answer: Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857) Question: What said that African-Americans were not citizens of the U.S.,that the Missouri Compromise was unconstitutional, and it increased sectionalism?
E100 Answer: Articles of Confederation Question: What was created just before the Battle of Yorktown, it was the first attempt at a national government by the American Colonies, and its weaknesses was the lack of a strong central government?