5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Battle of new Orleans
- Intolerable Acts
- Fourteenth Amendment
- Horatio Alger, Jr.
- Henry Clay
- a good speaker, "Great Compromiser", accused of giving John Quincy Adams votes for a position as Secretary of State
- b battle between British and Americans for control over New Orleans, Americans won
- c equal rights to all citizens
- d Magazine Writer, American dream of "rags to riches"
- e also called Coercive Acts, closed the Boston harbor till the dumped tea from Boston Tea Party was repaid
5 Multiple choice questions
- killed Lincoln
- 3rd president, main author of Declaration of Independence, key leader in Democratic-Republican Party, wanted to hurt French and British economies but only hurt America's, Louisiana Purchase
- invented the cotton gin which increased slave labor, interchangeable parts
- King of England during American Revolution
- transcendentalist author that wrote "Civil Disobedience" in jail because he did not pay his taxes
5 True/False questions
John Winthrop → tariff of abominations, statesman of South Carolina
Alexander Hamilton → federalist, first Secretary of Treasury, Founding Father, killed in a duel with Aaron Burr
Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions → giving the people the choice to choose what laws they wanted to follow, resolutions passed thinking that attacked the Alien and Sedition Acts as being unconstitutional
Helen Hunt Jackson → writer, become and activist to improve treatment of Native Americans by US government, "A Century of Dishonor"
Stamp Act → federalist, patriot leader, one of the founding fathers of US, founded Committees of Correspondence (ex: Stamp Act)