AP US History I Chapter 12

The Monroe Doctrine was
an expression of the illusion of deepening American isolationism from world affairs.
The Russo-American Treaty of 1824 fixed the southernmost limits of Russian occupation of North America at
All of the following were results of the Missouri Compromise except that
sectionalism was reduced.
Andrew Jackson's military exploits were instrumental in the United States gaining
possession of Florida from the Spanish.
The delegates of the Harvard Convention adopted resolutions that included a call for
a Constitutional amendment requiring a two-thirds vote in Congress before war was declared.
The Tariff of 1816 was the forst in American history
that aimed to protect American industry.
The two most internationally recognized American writers in the 1820s were
Washington Irving and James Fenimore Cooper.
In McCulloch v. Maryland, Cohens v. Virginia, and Gibbons v. Ogden, Chief Justice Marshall's rulings limited the extent of
states' rights.
The British attack on Baltimore
inspired the writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
The Battle of New Orleans
saw British troops defeated by Andrew Jackson's soldiers.
The performance of the United States' Navy in the War of 1812 could be best described as
suprisingly successful.
One of the Most important by-products of the War of 1812 was
a heightened spirit of nationalism.
The Treaty of 1818 with England
called for a ten-year joint occupation of the Oregon country by both American citizens and British subjects.
The Battle of New Orleans
unleashed a wave of nationalism and self-confidence.
The doctrine of noncolonization in the Monroe Doctrine was
a response to the apparent designs of the Russians in Alaska and Oregon.
All of the following were true of the American regular army on the eve of the War of 1812 except
their numbers were large enough that they did not have to rely on the militia.
Henry Clay's call for federally funded roads and calans received whole-hearted endorsement from
the West.
At the end of the War of 1812, British manufacturers
began dumping their goods in America at extremely low prices.
The Panic of 1819 brought with it all of the following except
One of the major causes of the Panic of 1819 was
overspeculation in frontier lands.
The War of 1812 was one of the worst fought wars in the United States history because
of the nation's apathy and national disunity.
At the time it was issued, the Monroe Doctrine was
incapable of being enforced by the United States.
In interpreting the Constitution, John Marshall
favored loose construction.
The most devastating defeat suffered by the British during the War of 1812 took place at the Battle of
New Orleans.
The resolutions from the Hartford Convention
helped to cause the death of the Federalist party.
As a result of the Missouri Compromise
slavery was banned north of 36°30´ in the Louisiana Purchase territory.
The western land boom resulted from all of the follwing except
the construction of railroad lines west of the Mississippi River.
America's campaign against Canada in the War of 1812 was
a complete failure.
Canada became an important battleground in the War of 1812 because
British forces were weakest there.
When the House of Representatives passed the Tallmadge Amendment in response to Missouri's request for admission to the Union, the South thought that the amendment
would threaten the sectional balance.
Democratic-Republicans opposed Henry Clay's American System because
they believed that it was unconstitutional.
One result of the American naval victories on the Great Lakes during the War of 1812 was
an increase in British naval operations in Canadian waters.
America's campaign against Canada in the War of 1812 was
poorly conceived because it split up the military.
At the peace conference at Ghent, the British began to withdraw many of its earlier demands for all of the following reasons except
the American victory at New Orleans.
John Marshall uttered his famous legal dictum that "the power to tax invloves the power to destroy" in
Fletcher v. Peck.
With the demise of the Federalist party
the Democratic-Republicans established one-party rule.
The Rush-Bagot agreement
limited naval armaments on the Great Lakes.
Spain sold Florida to the United States because it
could not defend the area and would lose it in any case.
The Era of Good Feelings
was a misnomer, because the period was a troubled one.
Latin America's reaction to the Monroe Doctrine can be best described as
unconcerned or unimpressed.