US 1 Chapter 9 & 10.1 Practice Test

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1.  In the Compromise of 1850, Henry Clay grouped his resolutions in pairs so that
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2.  Conscience Whigs were Northern Whigs who
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3.  "American blood has been shed on American soil!" --- President James K. PolkIn this passage, Polk was referring to Mexico's attack on General Taylor's soldiers in the War with Mexico. What did Polk mean by these words? Where did the attack occur?
4.  Which of the following was not a job of the empresarios in Texas?
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Which of the following choices best completes the diagram?
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6.  The Treaty of ______________ ended war between Mexico and the United States.
7.  In the peace treaty that ended war between Mexico and the United States, Mexico accepted ______ as the southern border of Texas.
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8.  After winning independence from Mexico, Texans voted in favor of _________________, that is, of asking to become part of the United States.
9.  After winning independence from Mexico, most Texans voted
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10.  War with Mexico started when American troops led by General _____________ crossed the Nueces River.
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From the diagram above, one can infer that the Cotton Whigs' priority was
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12.  Seeking religious freedom, the Mormons traveled west, settling in what is now
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13.  _____________________ was the idea that the citizens of each new territory should be allowed to decide for themselves if they wanted to permit slavery or not.
14.  Supporters of James K. Polk cried "Forty-four Forty of Fight," which meant
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Review the diagram above. Of the four major battles of the war with Mexico, the battle of ____ was the final decisive battle in the struggle for Texas independence.
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16.  In 1849 thousands of people came to California because
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According to the information in the diagram above, the battle fought in ____ dealt the most devasting blow against Texan forces.
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18.  Under the National Colonization Act, Mexico gave 26 empresarios large grants of Texas land in exchange for a promise to
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19.  The Wilmot Proviso, which never passed, would have
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20.  Manifest Destiny was the idea that God had given the continent to
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