5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- William Lloyd Garrison
- Frederick Douglass
- Tammany Hall
- Know-Nothing Party
- Hudson River School
- a Publisher of "The Liberator", favored Northern secession from the South
- b American artistic movement that produced romantic renditions of local landscapes.
- c United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and became an influential writer and lecturer in the North
- d (1789) Powerful New York political machine that drew support from city immigrants, they helped the immigrants with social services.
- e Nativist political party, AKA American party, which emerged in response to an influx of immigrants, particulary Irish Catholics.
5 Multiple choice questions
- an imaginary place considered to be perfect or ideal
- "Leaves of Grass" poet and transcendentalist
- cotton and cotton-growing considered the major factor not only in the economy but also in politics.
- "No Irish Need Apply" signs put in Boston shops
- slave drivers who whipped slaves to break their souls and strong will.
5 True/False questions
Isaac Singer → perfected sewing machine
Amistad → (1839) spanish slave ship seized off coast of Cuba by enslaved Africans aboard. They were tried in court, with John Quincy Adams for their case. Secured eventual release.
Nat Turner → led Nat Turner's Rebellion in 1831, where Virginia slave revolt resulted in death of 60 whites and raised fear in South of further uprisings.
Methodists → gained great support from Second Great Awakening, stressed personal conversion and church democracy
Deism → Reasoned moral behavior and scientific pursuit of knowledge. Rejected bible and divinity of Jesus, but believed a Supreme Being created the universe.