5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Fugitive Slave Act
- Battle of Bull Run
- Rush-Bagot Agreement
- Marbury v. Madison
- John Adams
- a (1850) a law that made it a crime to help runaway slaves; allowed for arrest of escaped slaves in areas where slavery was illegal, and required their return to slaveholders
- b First: (1861) the first major battle of the Civil War, resulting in a Confederate victory; showed that the Civil War would not be won easily
Second: (1862) a Civil War battle in which the Confederate army forced most of the Union army out of Virginia
- c 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.
- d (1803) U.S. Supreme Court case that established the principle of judicial review
- e (1817) an agreement that limited naval power on the Great Lakes for both the United States and British Canada
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- an escaped slave who joined the Union army during the Civil War
- (1795) an agreement between Native American confederation leaders and the U.S. government that gave the United States Indian lands in the Northwest Territory and guaranteed that U.S. citizens could safely travel through the region
- a private ship authorized by a nation to attack its enemies
- 1767-1845) Nicknamed Old Hickory, he was an American hero in the Battle of New Orleans. As commander of the Tennessee militia, he defeated the Creek Indians, securing 23 million acres of land. His election as the seventh president of the United States marked an era of democracy called Jeffersonian Democracy.
- a federal outpost in Charleston, South Carolina, that was attacked by the Confederates in April 1861, sparking the Civil War
5 True/False Questions
William Henry Harrison → (1774-1809) Former army captain selected by President Jefferson to explore the Louisiana Purchase, he lead the expedition that became known as the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Simon Bolivar → (1783-1830) South American revolutionary leader who was nicknamed the Liberator, he fought many battles for independence, winning the support of many U.S. leaders.
Trail of Tears → a private ship authorized by a nation to attack its enemies
Departments of Executive Branch → State, Treasury, and War
Gibbons v. Ogden → (1803) U.S. Supreme Court case that established the principle of judicial review