5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Border States
- Neutrality Proclamation
- Battle of Tippecanoe
- National Policy
- a a sense of pride and devotion to a country
- b Foreign and domestic policy designed to protect the nation's independence and political and economic integrity policy that is concerned with the safety and defense of the nation.
- c Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that lay between the North and the South and did not join the Confederacy During the civil war
- d (1793) a statement made by President George Washington that the United States would not side with any of the nations at war in Europe following the French Revolution
- e (1811) U.S. victory over an Indian confederation that wanted to stop white settlement in the Northwest Territory; increased tensions between Great Britain and the United States
5 Multiple choice questions
- (1785-1819) American naval captain who put together the fleet that defeated the British at the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812.
- the idea that women played an important role in teaching their children to be good citizens
- (1803) U.S. Supreme Court case that established the principle of judicial review
- the commission that is given to a government and its policies through an electoral victory; a document giving an official instruction or command; assign authority to
- an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that settled fishing rights and established new North American borders
5 True/False questions
War Hawks → members of Congress who wanted to declare war against Britain after the Battle of Tippecanoe
Bank of the United States → a national bank chartered by Congress in 1791 to provide security for the U.S. economy
Political Parties → a group of people who organize to help elect government officials and influence government policies
Battle of Thames River → Battle near Detroit in which American forces led by General William Henry Harrison killed Tecumseh on their way to victory
Nominating Conventions → (1782-1862) American politician and secretary of state under Andrew Jackson, he later became the eighth president of the United States.