The U. S. A. Is considered one of the greatest countries on earth, and it has come a long way since it got its independence from the British after winning the Revolutionary war. Do you know some of the facts surrounding America's growth and its people since the early American settlers? How about you take this ultimate history test and get to see how the knowledge you actually are. All the best!
The first step toward independence.
A dead end.
More suitable for immigrant workers than for native–born white men.
A good career.
He believed that annexation would be an expensive prospect for the United States.
He was concerned about the expansion of slavery into Texas.
He believed that annexation would most certainly lead to war.
He did not believe in manifest destiny.
Cheap loans for small businesses.
Saloons for workingmen.
Human and animal power were still effective and widely used.
Most manufacturers were afraid of new technology.
Steam–powered machines were dangerous and unreliable.
Of a scarcity of coal for use in fueling steam engines.
The region was relatively treeless.
Farmers were free of eastern regulations restricting production.
Native Americans advised them on how to adapt their farming techniques to the plains environment.
The region was free from urban pollution.
Dependent on fish and small game for food.
Nomadic and nonagricultural peoples.
Giving the emigrants weapons.
Launching an attack on the Plains Indians at Fort Laramie.
Jailing the Plains Indians.
Initiating a policy of Indian concentration.
Become models of perfection.
Encourage a healthy amount of competition among community members.
Foment a working–class rebellion.
Ignoring Mexican diplomats
Acquiring all of Mexico’s northern provinces.
Sense of religious fervor.
Support for the Democratic Party.
God–given right to conquer the West.
Desire for more immigration.
To anyone who worked hard.
Only to those who had inherited wealth.
Only to those who could obtain labor for free.
Only to those who were willing to start out working for no wages.
Look within themselves for truth and guidance.
Embrace evangelical religion.
Observe all social norms.
Timber and mining industries.
Iron and telegraph industries.
For the government.
Divided the nation.
Was deeply unpopular in all sections of the country.
Was immensely popular in all sections of the country.
Ended more quickly than President Polk had anticipated.
Increasingly less common.
Not a source of concern for most white men.
Widely denounced by many white men as improper and unjust.
Not discussed publicly.
The Rio Grande.
The Nueces River.
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