5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Thomas Edison
- Abraham Lincoln
- mass culture
- Charles darwin
- 15th Amendment
- a an American inventor of the late 1800s that developed over 1,000 patents at his Menlo Park, NJ laboratory.
- b Addition to Constitution that said a state could NOT deny a person's right to vote because of their race, color, or previous condition of servitude (slavery).
- c 16th President in 1860 who promised to stop the spread of Slavery. This angered southerners and led to the civil war. He also issues Emancipation Proclamation.
- d art, writing, music and other forms of entertainment that appealed to large audiences.
- e British naturalist that developed the theory of natural selection and evolution (1859)
5 Multiple choice questions
- She and her daughters created a militant women's rights organization (WSPU)
- An Austrian doctor and pioneer in psychology. He developed the idea that actions may be unconsciously determined by early experiences. He developed psychoanalysis.
- Territory of California, AZ, NM, and NV that was sold by Mexico to the U.S. after the U.S. defeated them in war.
- Addition to Constitution that granted citizenship to all persons born or naturalized in the US.
- Political belief that individual states had more political authority than the federal government. This says that states can nullify a federal law or withdraw from the union.
5 True/False questions
Guglielmo Marconi → inventor of the primitive radio (1895)
13th Amendment → Addition to Constitution that said a state could NOT deny a person's right to vote because of their race, color, or previous condition of servitude (slavery).
Indian Removal Act of 1830 → An English law that granted suffrage to only well-to-do middle class men (added 2% to the voting rolls) & revised voter rep. in parliament to get rid of rotten boroughs
Fort Sumter → Federal fort in the harbor of Charleston, SC. Civil war was started when southern forces fired on this fort.
Emancipation Proclamation → A law issued by Lincoln freeing the slaves in the confederate states. This made the civil war a moral war to end slavery.