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History 108 Quiz 2

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History 108 Quiz, Nolya Whyatt, Test #2

  
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1.  True or False: There was much doubt George Washington would be the 1st president of the United States.
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2.  The Conflict of Tripoli resulted in what?
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3.  What event made plans to use American ports to outfit French war ships, encouraged American ship owners to serve as French privateers, & wanted to lead a military expedition against Spanish lands of the south?
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4.  Why did the "Cherokee v. Georgia" case happen?
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5.  How did the Marbury v. Madison case turn out?
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6.  Who traveled into the upper Mississippi Valley, up the Arkansas River, and through Colorado?
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7.  This gave the Americans the right to trade freely with England & much of the British Empire. What was this document?
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8.  What was recommend by Hamilton to make economic policies to stimulate the economy and ensure independence won with the end of the War?
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9.  This was proposed so that slavery be prohibited in the rest of the Louisiana territory north of the southern boundary of Missouri. What was this?
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10.  ____________________ was when 3 French agents were sent to the United States officials hotel under the orders of Prince Talleyrand with outrages demands from Prince Talleyrand including bribes for French officials before any negotiations could begin, & loans to France.
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11.  Who was elected to preside over the Continental Convention?
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12.  The House of Representatives had to choose between the 2 candidates that tied in electoral votes with 73 votes a piece. Who did they decide was best fit to become president?
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13.  The message(s) of the 2nd Great Awakening was.....?
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14.  What was vetoed because President Jackson argued it was unconstitutional because it was not part of "Interstate Commerce"?
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15.  Spain recognized the right of Americans to explore Mississippi & New Orleans, & agreed to fix north Florida because of which document?
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16.  What was the dispute over the "Marbury v. Madison" case?
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17.  Who was the loser of the 3rd Presidential election?
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18.  What happened in the Battle of Tippecanoe?
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19.  What happened in result of the French Revolution?
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20.  What was the event when the farmer's of Western Pennsylvania challenged federal authority, & refused to pay tax & began terrorizing tax collectors?
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21.  The most towering figure in American Law was who?
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22.  What authorized French war ships & privateers to capture neutral vessels sailing from any British parts or countries occupied by British armies?
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23.  Who set out to unite all the Indians & promised the Indians that he would halt white expansion & recover the land that was once theirs?
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24.  Even though George Washington was re-elected president, who was the dominant figure in the government, who represented the Federalist party?
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25.  How many states sent delegates to the Continental Convention?
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26.  What originated with the demands of woolen makers, who complained that the British were dumping textiles on the American market for very low prices?
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27.  Why did the British troops enter Washington & set fire to several public buildings including the White House?
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28.  John Marshall was all of the following except.......
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29.  This document allowed the government to prosecute those who spoke ill of the government. What was this document called?
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30.  The document that reopened free commercial trade with Britain & France, but authorized the president to stop trade with Britain or France if they violated neutral shipping was what?
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31.  The Seminole war resulted in what?
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32.  How many states were part of the United States at the time of the Continental Convention?
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33.  True or False: The Republicans didn't mind the French Revolution.
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34.  The Seminole War was caused by what?
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35.  George Washington instructed to secure compensation for the British assaults on American shipping & demanded withdrawl of British forces from frontier posts. What was this event/document called?
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36.  What document argued that the government had been formed by a contract among the states & have only certain powers?
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37.  The Chesapeake-Leonard incident with Great Britain resulted in what?
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38.  The reason Aaron Burr challenged Alexander Hamilton to a duel was because.....?
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39.  This document declared that American continents were no longer to be considered as subjects for future colonization by European powers. What was this document called?
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40.  Congress dealt with the currency problem in the United States by doing what?
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41.  The Non-Intercourse Act was replaced by which document?
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42.  The Federalist who became the 3rd President of the United States was who?
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43.  President Jackson thought that this document was unwise because it committed the government to what Jackson considered extravagant expenditures.
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44.  The Non-Intercourse Act replaced what?
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45.  The Continental Convention, which was held in Philadelphia resulted in what?
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46.  Which state did not send delegates to the United States Continental Convention?
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47.  How did the citizens react to the "Tariff of Abominations"?
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48.  What was the ruling in the case of "Marbury v. Madison"?
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49.  What was the capital of the United States at the time of George Washington was president?
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50.  The 2nd Great Awakening movement was big amongst who?
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51.  True or False: Thomas Jefferson was George Washington's Vice President during his 1st term as president.
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52.  This document allowed trade with all nations except Great Britain?
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53.  The Vice President of the United States of America during George Washington's first term was who?
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54.  Who did President John Adams appoint Chief of Justice?
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55.  What document did the United States establish which prohibited American ships from leaving the United States for anywhere around the world?
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56.  The 2nd Great Awakening was spread through what religion(s)?
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57.  Who were the 2 candidates who ended up tying in electoral votes, causing the House of Representatives to pick between the two.
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58.  True of False: John Adams was George Washington's Vice President during his 1st term as president.
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59.  This document claimed that the British blockade of purely commercial ports was contrary to international law. What was this document called?
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60.  This document made it difficult for foreigners who wished to become American citizens to do so, & it also strengthened the presidents authority in dealing with foreigners?
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61.  The conditions of the Louisiana Purchase was what?
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62.  True or False: The conditions of the Louisiana Purchase were that the United States were to pay 15 million dollars, as well as grant exclusive shipping rights to France in the ports of New Orleans.
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63.  Who did the Supreme Court rule in favor of in the "Cherokee v. Georgia" case?
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64.  Who traveled up the Missouri River, Rocky Mountains, the Snake & Columbian River, & camped on the Pacific coast?
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65.  What was established when the demands of woolen makers complained that the British were dumping very low priced textiles on the American market?
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66.  True or False: The 1st Bank of the United States which was located in New York, received a 20 year charter.
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67.  Who lost in the 3rd Presidential Election?
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68.  The British troops entered Washington & burned down many buildings, which included the White House, because....
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69.  How long of a charter did the 1st Bank of the United States in Philadelphia receive?
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70.  How did Congress deal with the currency problem in the United States?
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71.  True or False: The Monroe Doctrine declared that American continents would no longer be considered as subjects for future colonization by European powers including Great Britain, France, and Spain.
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72.  What was the conflict in which the pasha forced Jefferson to order the flagpole of the American consulate to be chopped down, which was symbolic for the declaration of war?
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73.  Who did Aaron Burr kill in a duel which he challenged him to because he spread accusations to the media about Burr the day before the New York governor elections took place?
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74.  True or False: The Seminole War was caused by the British pushing the Seminole Indians into Florida.
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75.  True or False: Rhode Island sent 3 delegates to the Continental Convention in Philadelphia.
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76.  True or False: Embargo was established, but later replaced with The Non-Intercourse Act, which was then replaced by Macon's Bill No. 2.
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77.  True or False: The message of the 2nd Great Awakening was that individuals must embrace a fervent, active piety, & must reject the skeptical rationalism that threatened traditional beliefs.
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78.  Lieutenant Zebulon Pike travel to all this places EXCEPT which place(s).....
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79.  The Continental Convention delegates chose who to preside over the convention?
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80.  What did the French agents demand when going to the United States government officials hotel demanding outrageous demands?
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81.  The 2nd Great Awakening was big amongst all of the following EXCEPT which people(s)?
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82.  The Tariff of Abominations antagonized who?
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83.  True or False: John Marshall was George Washington's Vice President during his 2nd term as President.
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84.  What document re-opened trade with any nation in the world excluding the British?
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85.  What document stopped any U.S. ships from leaving the U.S. for anywhere else around the world.
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86.  True or False: Chief Tecumesh set out to unite all the Native Americans, promised to halt the white expansion into their land, & reclaim the land that they once had dwelled on.
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87.  True or False: The Milan Decree claimed the British blockade of purely commercial ports was contrary to international law.
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B.
88.  What document gave the Americans the right to trade freely with England & the majority of the British empire.
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B.
C.
D.
E.
89.  What document authorized French war ships to capture vessels sailing from any British ports or countries occupied by British armies.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
90.  True or False: The Conflict of Tripoli was a conflict with the pasha pirates in which they terrorized the sea and raided United States ships, & taking hostages off the ships.
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B.
91.  True or False: The Monroe Doctrine proposed that slavery be prohibited in the rest of the Louisiana territory north of the southern border of Missouri.
A.
B.
92.  True or False: The result of the Chesapeake-Leonard incident with Great Britain was that Jefferson banned all British war ships from being on American Waters.
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B.
93.  True or False: The Whiskey Rebellion was when the farmers of western Pennsylvania challenged federal authority, refusing to pay taxes, & terrorizing tax collectors.
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B.
94.  True or False: Attacks on organized religion, the overthrowing of the monarchy, and the eventual execution of the King & Queen all happened during the French Revolution.
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B.
95.  True or False: Pickney's Treaty happened when Washington instructed to secure compensation for the recent British assaults on American shipping, & demanded the withdraw of British forces from frontier posts.
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B.
96.  Lewis & Clark traveled to all of the following except which one(s)?
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E.
97.  What document was vetoed because Jackson argued it was unconstitutional because it was not part of "Interstate Commerce"?
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B.
C.
D.
E.
98.  Hamilton recommended an economic policy to stimulate the economy & ensure independence won with the end of the war, which would later became known as what?
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B.
C.
D.
E.
99.  True or False: John Adams, George Washington's Vice President during his first term, overshadowed Washington, and was the dominant figure in the United States government.
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B.
100.  This document required Spain to recognize the right of Americans to travel through Mississippi & New Orleans, & also promised to fix northern Florida, as well as preventing the Indians in Florida from launching raids across the border. What was this document called
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B.
C.
D.
E.
101.  True or False: The Non-Intercourse Act re-opened free commercial trade with Britain & France, but authorized the president to prohibit commerce with either if one violated neutral shipping.
A.
B.
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