← The War of 1812 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Describe women's suffrage.
- Describe the role of cotton in the Southern economy?
- When did slavery begin in America?
- Monroe Doctrine 3:
- What was the Declaration of Sentiments?
- a There is still unsettled trouble in Europe and we stay true to our word that we are kicking the British out and they can't return.
it is the U.S.'s duty to serve as an example for other countries.
- b Wome began to fight for equal rights, especially the right to vote.
- c detailed beliefs about social injustice toward women..Natural rights of each individual, the equality of these rights, rights are not delegated by an individual, no person can exercise the rights of others without delegated authority, non-use of rights does not destroy them.
- d Cotton became a popular crop for the farmers' because it was very cheap, could be stored for a long time and cost less to be transported long distances. This resulted in a big BANG in the economy.
- e 1619
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Patriotic feeling, principles, or efforts
- 1. The Battle of Queenston Heights
2. The Battle of Raisin River
3. The Battle of Lake Erie
4. The Battle of Thames
5. The Battle of Chrysler's Farm
6. The Battle of Horseshoe Bend
7. The Battle of Chippewa
8. The Battle of Lundy's Lane
9. The Battle of Lake Champlain
10. The Battle of Baltimore
11. The Battle of New Orleans
12. The Battle of Chautauqua's (ended the US invasion of Lower Canada)
13. Battle of York
14. The "siege" of Detroit
- Andrew Jackson led 200 volunteers
James Madison-Secretary of State for Jefferson and the War of 1812 took place during his Presidency
William Henry Harison, Oliver Hazad Perry
- democratic party
- president gives political supporters jobs
5 True/False Questions
When did women gain the right to vote? → 1860
what was the INdian removal act? → Georgia and Oklahoma
What would happen to run away slaves? → they would get severely punished and then returned to their owners
one main idea for the Monroe Doctrine? → no more colonizationm if any settlement is made we will consider it a threat...the U.S. will not hesitate to protect our freedom
The political/economic consequences of the War of 1812 → established that the US was just as strong as Britain and the injustice of what Britain did to them rose the script of the National Anthem. Achieved pushing off the First Nations(Native Americans) off their settlement.