5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Jonathan Edwards
- Okies" and "Arkies"
- George Wallace, American
- Battle of Yorktown
- Dixiecrats, 1948
- a Puritan minister, led revivals, stressed immediate repentance, wrote "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God"
- b fought for old Southern way of life (states' rights), attempted to gain higher standing within Democratic party; aimed to deny Truman enough electoral votes to avoid his reelection by nominating Strom Thurmond (SC governor)
- c Americans who were forced out of their homes in Oklahoma and Arkansas (respectively) due to the dust storms and drought known as the Dust Bowl
- d appealed to many conservatives, especially southerners (opposed massive protests and integration)
- e last major battle; surrender of Cornwallis, led King George III to officially make peace with the colonies
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Secretary of State under Lincoln and Johnson; purchase of Alaska "Seward's Folly"
- in reaction to the Boston Tea Party; closing of Boston Harbor, revocation of Massachusetts charter (power to governor), murder in the name of royal authority would be tried in England or another colony
- paper money; specie circular decreed that the government would not accept specie for government land
- authors included Langston Hughes, McKay, Zora Neale Hurston, Countee Cullet — praise and expression of black culture of the time
- activist government to serve all citizens (cf. Alexander Hamilton); founded New Republic magazine
5 True/False Questions
Bombing and invasion of Cambodia → another part of Nixon's out-of-Vietnam plan, destroy supply routes to North Vietnam through Cambodia
Harriet Tubman → worked alongside Josiah Henson to make repeated trips to get slaves out of the South into freedom
Jay's Treaty → provided for evacuation of English troops from posts in the Great Lakes
A. Philip Randolph and the March on Washington → argued that states had the right to determine whether or not the laws passed by Congress were constitutional
Munn v. Illinois → private property subject to government regulation when property is devoted to public interest; against railroads