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US History Quiz 1
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Lincoln's plan for Reconstruction was based on
10 percent of the 1860 electorate taking an oath of allegiance to the Union
The Black Codes of the South
resembled old slave codes and placed many restrictions on ex-slaves' freedom.
Andrew Johnson vetoed the 1866 Civil Rights Act because
he did not believe that blacks deserved the rights of citizenship.
The leader of the Radical Republicans and Speaker of the House was
The Fourteenth Amendment
declared that anyone born or naturalized in the United States was a citizen
In the 1896 case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the U.S. Supreme Court allowed to stand the practice of
separate but equal public facilities
The Tenure of Office Act was designed to
prohibit the president from removing cabinet members without the Senate's approval
The Compromise of 1877
After the House impeached Andrew Johnson, his trial in the Senate ended in
The Freedmen's Bureau's greatest achievements were in
The Amendment to the Constitution that ended the practice of slavery throughout the United States was the
As president, Andrew Johnson
offered amnesty to former Confederate leaders
The elections of 1876 saw
the candidate with the most popular votes fail to get elected.
What was the name of the Indian chief at the Sand Creek Massacre?
The Treaty of Fort Laramie was significant because it ________ and _________.
was forced on the US/gave the Lakota the Black Hills
White settlement of the Great Plains west of the Mississippi occurred because of
Homestead Act, gold, encouragement from gov, completion of the transcendental rails
The 1887 law that tried to force Indians to assimilate into white society by ending tribal ownership of land and distributing it to individual tribe members was the
Sand Creek and the Washita River are associated with the
massacre of peaceful Plains Indians
By the early nineteenth century, the most powerful tribe in the Missouri River valley was the
Which chief led his tribe on an incredible trek of defensive battles that covered over 1300 miles toward the Canadian border?
The decimation of American buffalo herds in the late nineteenth century
destroyed abilities, killed many buffaloes, almost happened in ten years
The Sand Creek massacre of 1864
involved the killing of Indian women and children
The 1876 Battle of Little Big Horn
saw the destruction of the entire Seventh Cavalry
"I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever,"
In 1890 at Wounded Knee, South Dakota,
the U.S. Seventh Cavalry massacred two hundred Indians
leader of the Nez Perce
Chief Red Cloud
leader of the Sioux at the Fetterman Massacre
Indian shaman who began the Ghost Dance
leader of the Sioux at the battle of the Little Big Horn
Chief Black Kettle
leader of Cheyenne at Chivington's Massacre
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