5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Convention of 1818
- USS Constitution
- Lewis and Clark Expedition
- James Fenimore Cooper
- a an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that settled fishing rights and established new North American borders
- b (1789-1851) Well-known Early American novelist, he wrote the Last of the Mohicans and many stories about the West.
- c a certificate that represents money the government has borrowed from private citizens
- d an expedition led by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark that began in 1804 to explore the Louisiana Purchase
- e a large warship
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a financial crisis in the United States that led to an economic depression
- (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.
- (1782-1862) American politician and secretary of state under Andrew Jackson, he later became the eighth president of the United States.
- (1820) an agreement proposed by Henry Clay that allowed Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state and Maine to enter as a free state and outlawed slavery in any territories or states north of 36°30´ latitude
- (1813) U.S. victory in the War of 1812, led by Oliver Hazard Perry; broke Britain's control of Lake Erie
5 True/False Questions
Sectionalism → a devotion to the interests of one geographic region over the interests of the country as a whole
54th Massachusetts Infantry → African American Civil War regiment that attacked Fort Wagner in South Carolina
Zebulon Pike → (1779-1813) Army officer sent on a mission to explore the West, he was ordered to find the headwaters of the Red River. He attempted to climb what is now known as Pikes Peak in Colorado.
Redeemers → a private ship authorized by a nation to attack its enemies
Loose Construction → (1815) a meeting of Federalists at Hartford, Connecticut, to protest the War of 1812