5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- James Madison
- John Adams
- Lewis and Clark Expedition
- William Henry Harrison
- a an expedition led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark that began in 1804 to explore the Louisiana Purchase
- b (1773-1841) American politician, he served as the governor of Indian Territory and fought Tecumseh in the Battle of Tippecanoe. He was the ninth president of the United States.
- c (1768-1813) Shawnee chief who attempted to form an Indian confederation to resist white settlement in the Northwest Territory
- d (1751-1836) American statesman, he was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, the fourth president of the United States, the author of some of the Federalist Papers, and is called the father of the Constitution for his proposals at the Constitutional Convention. He led the United States through the War of 1812.
- e 1735-1826) American statesman, he was a delegate to the Continental Congress, a member of the committee that drafted the Declaration of Independence, vice president to George Washington, and the second president of the United States.
5 Multiple choice questions
- United States general who led soliders toward Miami village to stop raids.
- (1828) the nickname given to a tariff by southerners who opposed it
- the states'-rights doctrine that a state can refuse to recognize or to enforce a federal law passed by the United States Congress; the act of nullifying
EX. making null and void; counteracting or overriding the effect or force of something
- Abraham Lincoln's passionate speech to Illinois Republicans about the dangers of the disagreement over slavery. Some considered it a call for war. Meaning a house can not stand when divided in two.
- (1743-1826) American statesman, and member of two Continental Congresses, chairman of the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence, the Declaration's main author and one of its signers, and the third president of the United States
5 True/False questions
Henry Clay → the canal that runs from Albany to Buffalo, New York; completed in 1825
Missouri Compromise → (1803) the purchase of French land between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains that doubled the size of the United States
Impressment → the practice of forcing people to serve in the army or navy; led to increased tensions between Great Britain and the United States in the early 1800s
Louisiana Purchase → (1803) the purchase of French land between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains that doubled the size of the United States
Judicial Branch → the Supreme Court's power to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional