5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Mason-Dixon Line
- Tammany Hall
- ecological imperialism
- Oneida Community
- a spoliation of western natural resources through excessive hunting, lodging, mining, and grazing.
- b an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal
- c radical experiment that practiced free love, birth control, and flourished largely because of superior steel products
- d (1789) Powerful New York political machine that drew support from city immigrants, they helped the immigrants with social services.
- e Drawn by surveyors to resolve boundaries between Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, symbolized North-South divide over slavery.
5 Multiple choice questions
- "On Walden Pond" and essay on Civil Disobedience. Opposed slavery, and refused to pay tax for Mexican War.
- emphasizing the role of good homemaker, it made the home a woman's special sphere
- Immigrants from Ireland and Germany escaping Great Britain oppression and political instability.
- Emphasized simple communal living and expected to practice celibacy. Started by Mother Ann Lee.
- Semisecret Irish organization that became a benevolent society aiding Irish immigrants in American.
5 True/False questions
Elizabeth Blackwell → First female graduate of a medical college.
Elias Howe → Invented the sewing Machine
Clipper Ships → Invented the sewing Machine
William Lloyd Garrison → Publisher of "The Liberator", favored Northern secession from the South
Unitarians → Followers of Joseph Smith. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.