5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Border States
- John Adams
- Zebulon Pike
- American Farmers in 1790
- a Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri; slave states that lay between the North and the South and did not join the Confederacy During the civil war
- b U.S. area settled extends westward on average of 255 miles; parts of the frontier cross the AppalachiansU.S. area settled extends westward on average of 255 miles; parts of the frontier cross the Appalachians
- c 1735-1826) American statesman, he was a delegate to the Continental Congress, a member of the committee that drafted the Declaration of Independence, vice president to George Washington, and the second president of the United States.
- d the right to vote
- e (1779-1813) Army officer sent on a mission to explore the West, he was ordered to find the headwaters of the Red River. He attempted to climb what is now known as Pikes Peak in Colorado.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a government agency created in the 1800s to oversee federal policy toward Native Americans
- French rebellion that began in 1789 in which the French people overthrew the monarchy and made their country a republic
- (1819) U.S. Supreme Court case that declared the Second Bank of the United States was constitutional and that Maryland could not interfere with it
- (1782-1850) American politician and supporter of slavery and states' rights, he served as vice president to Andrew Jackson and was instrumental in the South Carolina ification crisis.
- (1767-1848) Son of President John Adams and the secretary of state to James Monroe, he largely formulated the Monroe Doctrine. He was the sixth president of the United States and later became a representative in Congress.
5 True/False questions
Era of Good Feelings → a period of peace, pride, and progress for the United States from 1815 to 1825
USS Constitution → a large warship
Impressment → the process used by a legislative body to bring charges of wrongdoing against a public official
James Madison → 1758-1831) Leading Revolutionary figure and negotiator of the Louisiana Purchase, he was the fifth president of the United States. He put forth the Monroe Doctrine establishing the U.S. sphere of influence in the Western Hemisphere that became the foundation of U.S. foreign policy.
Fugitive Slave Act → (1809) a law that replaced the Embargo Act and restored trade with all nations except Britain, France, and their colonies