Which of the following made up the largest segment of Spain’s colonial population by the 1700s? (Points : 2)
(TCO 1) What made Rhode Island unique? (Points : 2)
Religious dissenters founded the colony
Colonists bought the land from Native Americans
Suspected witches were tried and executed there
Colonists agreed to separate church and state
(TCO 4) Why did colonists turn to slave labor rather than indentured servants in the late 1600s? (Points : 2)
Africans refused to come as indentured servants so they were kidnapped as slaves.
There was a decline in availability of indentured servants from England.
The indentured servants from England weren’t good workers.
Indentured servitude was outlawed in the colonies.
(TCO 2) The Great Awakening led to (Points : 2)
declining interest in religion.
strengthened evangelical sects such as the Baptists.
(TCO 2) After Britain issued the Intolerable Acts, colonists punished anyone supporting British policies or officials by (Points : 2)
dunking them in water.
hanging them upside down.
putting them in the stocks.
covering them with tar and feathers.
(TCO 2) According to the Loyalists, legitimate authority over the colonists was held by the (Points : 2)
government in Washington, D.
(TCO 2) The Patriots would not have won the Battle of Yorktown and the American Revolution without help from (Points : 2)
(TCO 1) Why was it difficult to make changes to the Articles of Confederation?(Points : 2)
An amendment required approval by all 13 states
The Articles did not provide for amending the constitution
Two-thirds of the delegates had to agree in order to amend the Articles
The states had to convene a special committee to revise the Articles
(TCO 1) Which of the following most closely preserved the government of the Articles of Confederation? (Points : 2)
New Jersey Plan
(TCO 3) In the 1800s, people became more interested in religion as a result of(Points : 2)
the rise of factories.
the Second Great Awakening.
(TCO 1) The American Colonization Society was established by (Points : 2)
(TCO 3) How did emigrants traveling west gain security? (Points : 2)
Federal troops traveled with them.
They traveled in groups to help each other.
They crossed the land in winter to avoid contact with Indians.
Missionaries went ahead of them to convert Indians.
(TCO 3) Who led the Texans in drawing Santa Anna into a trap at the Battle of Jacinto? (Points : 2)
(TCO 2) The Fugitive Slave Act adopted in 1850 (Points : 2)
required private citizens to assist with apprehending runaway slaves.
required private citizens to help runaway slaves escape.
applied only to northern states.
applied only to southern states.
(TCO 2) In 1856, Border Ruffians attacked (Points : 2)
a New York abolitionist named John Brown.
a group of Southern farmers.
Senator Charles Sumner.
the antislavery town of Lawrence, Kansas.
(TCO 8) One advantage the South had over the North was that Southerners believed (Points : 2)
that slavery was not that important.
passionately in their cause.
that the North lacked the courage to fight.
deeply in Lincoln’s ability to avoid war.
(TCO 8) Which of the following characterizes Sherman's march across Georgia?(Points : 2)
He took the shortest, narrowest route.
He only destroyed Confederate military sights.
He destroyed everything in his path.
He tried to negotiate with Southerners.
(TCO 10) Some neighborhoods and even industries came to be associated with immigrants of a particular nationality because immigrants (Points : 2)
could learn only one job.
refused most work offered to them.
would work only for one employer.
tended to settle in nationality groups.
(TCO 5) Which reformer led the effort to provide birth-control for women? (Points : 2)
Frances Ellen Watkins
(TCO 7) What nation informed American authorities about the Zimmerman note?(Points : 2)
(TCO 7) Which nation was forced to pay reparations after World War I? (Points : 2)
the United States
(TCO 11) During the 1920s, the stock market (Points : 2)
(TCO 11) Which President was named “Silent Cal?” (Points : 2)
(TCO 11) Stock speculation became common because (Points : 2)
many banks had closed.
stock prices kept going up.
credit became more difficult to get.
investors lost confidence in the market.
(TCO 7) The Big Three of World War II were (Points : 2)
Stalin, Eisenhower, and Churchill.
Stalin, Hitler, and Mussolini.
Roosevelt, Eisenhower, and Stalin.
Roosevelt, Stalin, and Churchill.
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