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    •  
    • Westward Ho!
    • Wars
    • Politics
    • Immigrants
    • Big Business
    • We the People
    • Westward Ho! Immigrants Wars Politics Big Business We the People.. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
      • Which of the following was NOT central to the life and culture of the Plains Indians.
      • The horse
      • The extended family
      • The buffalo
      • Land ownership for farming
    • Land ownership for farming
      • The Santa Fe and Organ Trails are best described as
      • Manifest Destiny
      • The Mormon migration
      • Railway lines
      • Westward expansion routes
    • Westward expansion routes
      • All of these contributed to the cattle boom EXEPT
      • Higher beef demand
      • The Chisholm Trail
      • Railroads
      • The Oregon Trail
    • The Oregon Trail
    • Daily Double!!
      • The push for Native Americans to adopt European ways of life was called..
      • Reintegration
      • Maturation
      • Displacement
      • Assimilation
    • Assimilation
      • Which of the following was most responsible for bringing an end to the era of the wide open western frontier?
      • The railroad
      • Sheep ranching
      • Barbed wire
      • Bonanza farming
    • Barbed wire
      • 1950 The United States sends $15 million dollars in military aid to the French for the war in Indochina.
      • 1954 Delegates from nine nations convene in Geneva to start negotiations that will lead to the end of hostilities in Indochina.
      • 1961 During a tour of Asian countries, Vice President Lyndon Johnson visits President Diem in Saigon.
      • 1964 The Gulf of Tonkin resolution authorizes President Lyndon Johnson to “take all necessary measures to repel any armed attack against forces of the United States and to prevent further aggression.”
        • 59. The events above are connected with the U.S. entry into
        • World War I.
        • World War II.
        • the Persian Gulf War
        • the Vietnam War
    • the Vietnam War
      • After 1900, the nations of Europe were in a constant state of tension due to conflicts concerning their overseas colonial possessions. Seeking security, these nations entered into military agreements of cooperation with other nations. Why did these agreements increase the likelihood of world war?
      • These agreements were seen as threatening to nations not in an alliance.
      • The European nations had to spend large amounts of money to become part of a military alliance
      • These nations wanted war so that the stronger alliance would receive more overseas colonies
      • Because of the opposing systems of alliances, an isolated conflict between two European nations could become a world war
    • Because of the opposing systems of alliances, an isolated conflict between two European nations could become a world war
      • Through French domination of much of Europe, Napoleon spread the democratic ideals of the French revolution. In the New World, however, he waned to make France rich by reestablishing slavery on the island of present day Haiti. Which of the following events prevented Napoleon from reviving the French presence in the Western Hemisphere?
      • the followers of Toussaint L’Ouverture defeated the French Army.
      • The united states purchased the Louisiana territory.
      • the Spanish tried t take over the island colony
      • the French army suffered defeat in Russia.
    • the followers of Toussaint L’Ouverture defeated the French Army.
      • Which leader of the Revolution gave a passionate speech about human rights, saying, “Give me liberty of give me death!” in the House of Burgesses prior to the start of the Revolutionary War?
          • Thomas Paine
          • Patrick Henry
          • Samuel Adams
          • John Locke
          • Patrick Henry
      • In 1845, the United States entered into a war with Mexico over a dispute concerning the boundary of the Texas Republic. The United States was victorious, and Mexican territory from the Rio Grande to the coast of California was annexed to the United States. Which of the following ideals contributed to the fighting of this war?
          • Emancipation Proclamation
          • Sectionalism
          • Imperialism
          • Manifest Destiny
    • Manifest Destiny
      • A group that traded favors for political and financial support was the
        • Social reformers
        • Political party
        • Union activists
        • Political machine
    • Political machine
      • The United States has a Federal government. What makes the government “Federal?”
      • The government is elected by the people
      • The government is bound by the constitution
      • The government has three branches with different powers
      • The governments power is divided among the state government and the national government
    • The governments power is divided among the state government and the national government
      • The United States retained which of the following from the Articles of Confederation
      • A national tax system
      • Congressional control over foreign commerce
      • A system of checks and balances
      • A requirement that states ratify amendments
    • A requirement that states ratify amendments
      • Official approval of the constitution is called..
      • Drafting
      • Ratification
      • Notarization
      • Acclimation
    • Ratification
      • Which Branch of Government makes laws?
      • Legislative
      • Judicial
      • Executive
      • None of the Above
    • Legislative
      • People who are not born in the United states, but who wish to become citizens must fulfill which of the following requirements?
      • Live in the United States for five years
      • Pass a citizenship test
      • Take an oath of allegiance
      • All of the above
    • All of the above
      • New immigrants settled in cities for all these reasons EXCEPT
      • Lower cost of living
      • Ethnic communities
      • Convenience
      • Better housing
    • Better housing
      • In 1999, thousands of refugees from Kosovo came to the United States. Which of the following describes their potential status as citizens of the United States?
        • They can never become citizens because they weren’t born in the United States
        • If parents becomes citizens, their children under 18 will also become citizens
        • They must live in the United States for five years before the can become citizens
        • Both B and C
        • Both B and C
        • If parents becomes citizens, their children under 18 will also become citizens
        • They must live in the United States for five years before the can become citizens
      • After World War I, there was a growing fear of foreigners in the United States. Which of the following is an indication of that fear?
      • growth of the Ku Klux Klan
      • immigration laws passed at this time
      • the Red Scare
      • the Scopes Law
          • I and III
          • I,II and III
          • II and IV
          • III only
    • II. immigration laws passed at this time III. the Red Scare IV. the Scopes Law
      • John and Susan Myers are United States citizens working in Mexico. Susan gives birth to a child while in Mexico. Under current laws of immigration, the child will
      • be a United States citizen
      • have seven years to be naturalized
      • be a legal alien
      • be an illegal alien
    • be a United States citizen
      • “ There would come all the way back from Europe old sausage that had been rejected, and that was moldy and white—it would be dosed with borax and glycerine, and dumped into the hoppers, and made over again for home consumption. . . . There would be meat stored in great piles in rooms; and the water from leaky roofs would drip over it, and thousands of rats would race about upon it.”
      • — Upton Sinclair, The Jungle
      • 55. Which of the following was a DIRECT result of the publication of Sinclair’s book?
      • Meat Inspection Act
      • formation of the Agriculture Department
      • formation of the Bureau of Corporations
      • Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations
    • Meat Inspection Act
      • The diagram lists the ways that business leaders in the late 1800s tried to eliminate competition. Which of the following BEST completes the
      • diagram?
        • A Labor unions
        • B Strikes
        • C Advertising
        • D Monopolies
      Trusts Horizontal Integration ? Vertical Integration Pools Attempts to Eliminate Competition
        • Monopolies
      • Which of the following is not an effect of the growth of railroads in the 1800’s?
      • Prevented the growth of the automobile
      • Major cities grew around railroad junctions
      • Increased ability to travel
      • Allowed farmers to ship products to other cities
    • Prevented the growth of the automobile
      • In 1856 a more efficient and inexpensive way of refining molten iron into steel was invented that paved the way for growth of the steel industry. This invention is called
      • Vulcanizing
      • the shotcrete method
      • The Bessemer process
      • Hydrolyzing
    • The Bessemer process
    • Daily Double!!
      • Which of the following names an economic period of higher unemployment, lower wages and reduced demand for products?
      • Inflation
      • Deflation
      • Deficit spending
      • Recession
    • Recession
      • A form of government where citizens rule through elected representatives
      • Monarchy
      • Republic
      • Senate
      • Democracy
    • Republic
      • No citizen is allowed to use free speech to threaten someone else's life or property, why is free speech limited?
      • The 25th amendment limits verbal threats
      • The police have the right to interpret the constitution
      • Rights can be exercised as long as they do not interfere with someone else's rights to life or property
      • The protection of the whole nation is more important than individual rights.
    • Rights can be exercised as long as they do not interfere with someone else's rights to life or property
      • The power to veto a bill has been given to the ________ branch. The power to impeach the President has been given to the _______branch.
      • executive, judicial
      • legislative, judicial
      • executive, legislative
      • judicial, legislative
    • executive, legislative
      • The 15th Amendment protects _________ rights
      • Civil
      • Property
      • Voting
      • Armament
    • Voting
      • The minimum age to be president of the United states is
          • 35
          • 45
          • 25
          • 55
    • 35
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