Bonus Quiz #2
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Was the founder of the American Red Cross
Invented the cotton gin and interchangeable parts
When was the Erie canal built?
Who was the first female doctor in America?
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Who wrote Uncle Toms Cabin
Who was a reformer for prisons and asylums and also became superintendent of the nurses of the USA?
Who was the leader of Mexico who refused to grant Texas their independence and was victorious over the Americans at the Alamo?
was a scientist who discovered a comet in 1847. She later became a professor of astronomy at Vassar College
Louisa May Alcott
Wrote little Women
an educator who opened the Troy Female Seminary
Angelina and Sara Grimke
Were sisters who lobbied for womans rights and an end to slavery
Morse..... Alexander Bell
invented telegraph and ______ invented the telephone
James K Polk
used slogan Fifty-Forty forty or fight as part of his presidential campaign
daughter of a jewish rabbi but successfully faught him in court when he wanter her to have an arranged marriage.
missionary in oregon who adopted kids after her daughter died. later killed by the indians in the region
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
organized Seneca Falls Convention, abolitionist, writer, and lecturer and president of he national suffrage woman's association
The era of good feelings is associated with president
first american to open a textile company
Maine and Missouri
These two states entered the union as a result of the missouri Compromise
Cherokee Cree Choctaw Chickasaw and Seminole
List all five of the Five civilized Tribes
Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren
Name two Presidents associated with the Trail of Tears
was the president of the Second Bank of the United States.
John C Calhoun
Who wrote the south carolina exposition
was an educator who worked hard to raise money to open the Mount Holyoke Seminary.
was a famous American poet who had only one poem published in her lifetime, as she spent most of her life in seclusion writing poetry at her parents' house.
along with Elizabeth Cady Stanton, organized the Seneca Falls Convention, was a Quaker and abolitionists. She was married but believed in equality in marriage and the right to get a divorce.
hired young ladies to work in his mills and factories in Massachusetts. They lived in dormitories but followed strict social rules.
was a runaway slave who became a conductor on the Underground Railroad, was a spy for the USA during the Civil War, and became a lecturer after the war.
went to Mexico City to lobby for independence for Texas but was thrown in jail for his efforts.
was a runaway slave who became a lecturer before the Civil War to speak out against slavery and a book was written about her.
was born in Scotland and toured the United States with her sister. She became a reformer, an abolitionist, and campaigned for women's rights.
J Q Adams
Who became President as a result of the "corrupt bargain"?
Who published the North Star?
Who was hero at the Battle of New Orleans?
Albany to Buffalo
What two cities link the Erie Canal from the beginning to the end?
amendment was made as a result of the election of 1800. Now, there is a separate ballot for the candidate running for President and a ballot for the Vice-President.
Joseph Smith....Brigham Young
was the founder of the Mormon religion, but he was murdered, so his successor _______led the Mormons to the Great Salt Lake.
When was the war with mexico
Sam Huston....Santa Anna
Led the Texans aganst the Mexican at the Battle of San jacinto and captured ______
Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
At the end of the war with mexico the US and mexico signed the ________which gave america Cali, Ari. Nevada, New Mexico
When did the gold rush begin
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