5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Charles darwin
- Thomas Edison
- Reform Bill of 1832
- Chartis Movement
- a An English law that granted suffrage to only well-to-do middle class men (added 2% to the voting rolls) & revised voter rep. in parliament to get rid of rotten boroughs
- b Someone who takes violent or extreme measures to achieve a goal
- c an American inventor of the late 1800s that developed over 1,000 patents at his Menlo Park, NJ laboratory.
- d Political movement among working class to gain the right to vote and other democratic reforms (Suffrage for all men, yearly parliamentary elections, secret ballot, no property requirements to be in parliament, salary for parliamentary members)
- e British naturalist that developed the theory of natural selection and evolution (1859)
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- British lord that investigated the problems among colonists in Canada and suggested combining Upper and Lower Canada into the Province of Canada and giving colonists the right to govern themselves.
- Law that made it lawful to move Native Americans off their land in the Southeast and relocate them to the west so that settlers could take their good farmland
- Political belief that individual states had more political authority than the federal government. This says that states can nullify a federal law or withdraw from the union.
- The right to vote
- This man was the first prime minister of the Dominion of Canada.
5 True/False Questions
13th Amendment → Addition to Constitution that prohibited slavery in the United States.
Segregation → Policy of separating the races that was a law in the south from the end of reconstruction to the civil rights movement of the 1960's
Marie and Pierre Curie → French Noble Prize winners who discovered radioactivity and the elements of radium and polonium in the early 1900s.
John Dalton → British chemist that theorized all matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms in 1803. He also distinguished between elements and compounds.
Mexian Cession → an American inventor of the late 1800s that developed over 1,000 patents at his Menlo Park, NJ laboratory.