Project #49557 - 12 American History question

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The transcendentalist movement:

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a. emphasized individual judgment, not tradition.

b. is also known as the Second Great Awakening.

c. was largely based in the South.

d. celebrated the economic developments of the market revolution.

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The first-large scale textile mill with power looms in the United States was in:

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a. Waltham.

b. New York.

c. Baltimore.

d. Pawtucket.

 

9: Under the cult of domesticity, women were:

Select one:

a. encouraged to have more children.

b. exercising considerable power over family affairs.

c. to become independent from men.

d. supposed to value temperance above all else.

 

 

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The Era of Good Feelings was a period of great patriotism and nationalism following

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a. the ratification of the Constitution

b. the election of 1824

c. the election of 1800

d. the War of 1812

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The wealthiest planters lived in:

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a. Atlanta and the Upper South.

b. the South Carolina low country and Natchez.

c. Richmond and Baltimore.

d. Charleston and Jackson.

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The nullification crisis:

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a. largely concerned the opposition of Southwestern planters to federally financed internal improvements.

b. involved the fears of some slaveholders that the federal government might take action against slavery.

c. brought Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun closer together politically.

d. was based on southern concerns that tariffs were preventing the South from industrializing as fast as the North.

 

24: In the presidential election of 1824, who received the most votes but failed to win a majority of either the popular or electoral votes (requiring the House of Representatives to select a president)?

Select one:

a. Henry Clay

b. Andrew Jackson

c. John Quincy Adams

d. James Monroe

 

30: Free blacks in the South were allowed to:

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a. own property.

b. vote.

c. testify in court.

d. carry a firearm.

 

 

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What region had the most free blacks?

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a. Deep South

b. Gulf Coast

c. Upper South

d. New England

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Celia was:

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a. a slave tried for killing her master while resisting a sexual assault.

b. a slave who became famous for helping other slaves escape via the Underground Railroad.

c. the pen name of Floride Calhoun, who secretly criticized her husband John's views on slavery.

d. the name used to signify a southern plantation mistress in writings about the institution.

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Urban slaves:

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a. most often were domestic servants.

b. was a term coined by southerners to describe northern factory workers.

c. could work on their own and always kept the majority of their earnings.

d. had less autonomy than plantation slaves because there were more authorities to watch them.

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Critics charged British emancipation in the Caribbean failed because:

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a. most ex-slaves left for Africa.

b. most of the slaves died from disease.

c. sugar exports decreased.

d. too much blood was spilled in achieving freedom.

 

 

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