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Masconomet American History I - Semester 2 Final Exam Review - Chapter 7 Practice Test


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  • 1. 

    President Madison vetoed the federal internal improvement plan, arguing that spending money to improve transportation was not expressly granted in the Constitution.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    President Madison's veto of the federal internal improvement plan supports the idea that he believed spending money on transportation improvements was not within the powers granted to the federal government by the Constitution. This suggests that Madison believed in a strict interpretation of the Constitution, where the federal government should only exercise powers explicitly granted to it. Therefore, the statement that President Madison vetoed the federal internal improvement plan because spending money to improve transportation was not expressly granted in the Constitution is true.

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  • 2. 

    Roads offered a faster, more efficient, and cheaper way to move goods than did rivers.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Roads did not offer a faster, more efficient, and cheaper way to move goods than rivers. In fact, rivers were often the preferred method of transportation for moving goods as they provided a natural and cost-effective way to transport heavy and bulky items. Rivers allowed for larger quantities of goods to be transported at once and did not require the construction and maintenance of roads. Additionally, rivers were not affected by traffic congestion or weather conditions, making them a more reliable option for transporting goods. Therefore, the statement is false.

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  • 3. 

    The American free enterprise system encouraged industrialization because companies in competition with one another were willing to experiment with new technologies.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The American free enterprise system encouraged industrialization because companies in competition with one another were willing to experiment with new technologies. In a free market, companies strive to gain a competitive advantage over their rivals. This drives them to constantly innovate and improve their products and processes. By experimenting with new technologies, companies can increase their efficiency, reduce costs, and offer better products to consumers. This constant drive for innovation and improvement ultimately leads to industrialization and economic growth.

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  • 4. 

    Even though industry expanded in the Northeast during the early 1800s, agriculture remained the country’s leading economic activity.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    During the early 1800s, while industries were growing in the Northeast, agriculture continued to be the dominant economic activity in the country. This suggests that even though industrialization was taking place, agriculture still played a crucial role in the economy.

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  • 5. 

    The rise of Southern industry kept pace with the spread of cotton plantations across the South.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because although cotton plantations did spread across the South, the rise of Southern industry did not keep pace with this expansion. The Southern economy was heavily reliant on agriculture, particularly cotton, and industrial development lagged behind compared to the Northern states. The majority of Southern wealth and economic activity was centered around the plantation system, rather than industrialization.

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  • 6. 

    Most Southern slaveholders lived a life of gentility in grand mansions.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because most Southern slaveholders did not live a life of gentility in grand mansions. While some wealthy plantation owners may have lived in grand mansions, the majority of slaveholders were small farmers who lived in modest homes. Slavery was not limited to the wealthy elite, and many slaveholders struggled financially. The image of wealthy slaveholders living in grand mansions is a stereotype that does not accurately represent the reality for most Southern slaveholders.

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  • 7. 

    Some African Americans had earned their freedom fighting in the American Revolution.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    During the American Revolution, some African Americans fought for their freedom and the independence of the United States. They joined the Continental Army and fought alongside their white counterparts. These African Americans believed that by fighting for the American cause, they could also secure their own freedom from slavery. Their contributions and sacrifices played a significant role in the eventual victory of the American Revolution. Therefore, it is true that some African Americans earned their freedom by fighting in the American Revolution.

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  • 8. 

    Missouri's application for statehood stirred up the issue of whether slavery was constitutional.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because Missouri's application for statehood did not stir up the issue of whether slavery was constitutional. The issue of whether slavery was constitutional was already a highly debated and contentious topic before Missouri's application. The Missouri Compromise of 1820, which addressed the issue of slavery in the newly acquired western territories, had already been passed two years prior to Missouri's application for statehood. Therefore, Missouri's application did not directly stir up the issue of whether slavery was constitutional.

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  • 9. 

    Missouri's territorial government requested admission into the Union as a slave state.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement is true because Missouri did indeed request admission into the Union as a slave state. This request was made in 1819, and it caused a significant debate and controversy in Congress over the balance of power between free and slave states. Ultimately, the Missouri Compromise was reached in 1820, allowing Missouri to enter the Union as a slave state while also admitting Maine as a free state to maintain the balance.

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  • 10. 

    Supreme Court rulings in three important cases between 1816 and 1824 shaped the future of American government by

    • A.

      Establishing the dominance of the judicial branch over the legislature.

    • B.

      Establishing the rights of states to regulate interstate commerce.

    • C.

      Establishing the Supreme Court as the nation’s top lawmaking body.

    • D.

      Establishing dominance of the nation over the states.

    Correct Answer
    D. Establishing dominance of the nation over the states.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "establishing dominance of the nation over the states." The Supreme Court rulings in these cases solidified the federal government's authority over the individual states by asserting the supremacy of federal law and the Constitution. This helped to establish a stronger central government and limited the powers of the states, ultimately shaping the future of American government.

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  • 11. 

    The steamboat was an improvement over barges because it could

    • A.

      Carry more cargo.

    • B.

      Travel upstream.

    • C.

      Provide onboard entertainment.

    • D.

      Navigate smaller rivers.

    Correct Answer
    B. Travel upstream.
    Explanation
    The steamboat was an improvement over barges because it could travel upstream. Unlike barges, which relied on the current to carry them downstream, steamboats were equipped with engines that allowed them to move against the current. This made them more versatile and efficient for transportation, as they could navigate rivers in both directions, increasing their range and accessibility.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following was NOT true of the first "Iron Horses"?

    • A.

      They traveled much faster than stagecoaches or wagons.

    • B.

      They were a clean and comfortable way to travel.

    • C.

      They helped settle the West.

    • D.

      They helped expand trade between the nation’s different regions.

    Correct Answer
    B. They were a clean and comfortable way to travel.
    Explanation
    The statement "They were a clean and comfortable way to travel" is not true of the first "Iron Horses." This suggests that the early steam locomotives were not known for their cleanliness or comfort.

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  • 13. 

    The Boston Manufacturing Company, a huge textile mill, employed mostly women and children because

    • A.

      Their small fingers were well suited to spinning cloth.

    • B.

      They would work for lower wages than men.

    • C.

      The company wanted to help families who needed more than one income.

    • D.

      The company could not find enough men to fill all the available jobs.

    Correct Answer
    B. They would work for lower wages than men.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "they would work for lower wages than men." This is because women and children were often paid lower wages compared to men during the time period when the Boston Manufacturing Company operated. This allowed the company to save on labor costs and maximize profits.

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  • 14. 

    Cities grew in the United States during industrialization because

    • A.

      The excitement of city life drew people from farms and villages.

    • B.

      The more challenging factory jobs lured people away from farm work.

    • C.

      The higher wages of factory jobs drew people from farms and villages.

    • D.

      The higher standard of living offered to factory workers drew people from farms.

    Correct Answer
    C. The higher wages of factory jobs drew people from farms and villages.
    Explanation
    During industrialization, cities in the United States experienced significant growth due to the higher wages offered by factory jobs. This drew people away from farms and villages, as they were enticed by the prospect of earning more money in the cities. The allure of a higher standard of living and the opportunity for better economic prospects motivated individuals to leave rural areas and seek employment in urban centers.

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  • 15. 

    A cotton gin

    • A.

      Picks cotton.

    • B.

      Spins cotton into cloth.

    • C.

      Removes cotton seeds.

    • D.

      Bales cotton.

    Correct Answer
    C. Removes cotton seeds.
    Explanation
    A cotton gin is a machine used to separate cotton fibers from the seeds. It does this by pulling the cotton through small wire teeth, which catch the fibers and allow the seeds to pass through. This process is known as ginning and is essential in the production of cotton as it removes the seeds, making the cotton fibers ready to be spun into yarn and eventually woven into cloth.

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  • 16. 

    According to an accepted amendment to the Missouri Compromise, slavery

    • A.

      Could expand into the Arkansas territory but not to the rest of the Louisiana Purchase.

    • B.

      Could not expand into any other western territories.

    • C.

      Could expand into the Great Plains but not to the rest of the Louisiana Purchase.

    • D.

      Would be allowed in a new state only if a free state entered the Union at the same time.

    Correct Answer
    A. Could expand into the Arkansas territory but not to the rest of the Louisiana Purchase.
    Explanation
    According to an accepted amendment to the Missouri Compromise, slavery could expand into the Arkansas territory but not to the rest of the Louisiana Purchase. This means that while slavery was permitted in the Arkansas territory, it was prohibited in the other western territories acquired through the Louisiana Purchase. This compromise was an attempt to maintain a balance between free and slave states in the United States during the early 19th century.

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  • 17. 

    John Quincy Adams won the presidency in 1824 because

    • A.

      He won the most popular votes.

    • B.

      He won the majority of votes in the Electoral College.

    • C.

      He won the election in the Senate.

    • D.

      He won the election in the House of Representatives.

    Correct Answer
    D. He won the election in the House of Representatives.
    Explanation
    John Quincy Adams won the presidency in 1824 because he won the election in the House of Representatives. In the 1824 election, no candidate received a majority of the electoral votes. As a result, the decision went to the House of Representatives, where each state delegation had one vote. Adams was able to secure the support of enough state delegations to win the election, defeating Andrew Jackson who had won the most popular votes and electoral votes.

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  • 18. 

    Supporters of Andrew Jackson, wanting to separate themselves from the party of John Quincy Adams, came together and took the name

    • A.

      National Republicans.

    • B.

      Democratic-Republicans.

    • C.

      Democratic-Federalists.

    • D.

      Republican Federalists.

    Correct Answer
    B. Democratic-Republicans.
    Explanation
    The supporters of Andrew Jackson wanted to distance themselves from the party of John Quincy Adams, so they formed a new political party called the Democratic-Republicans. This name reflected their belief in democratic principles and their opposition to a strong central government. By choosing this name, they sought to differentiate themselves from the Federalist Party and establish their own identity as a political force.

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  • 19. 

    The Tariff of 1816 nurtured American manufacturers by

    • A.

      Taxing imports.

    • B.

      Taxing exports.

    • C.

      Banning certain imports.

    • D.

      Banning certain exports.

    Correct Answer
    A. Taxing imports.
    Explanation
    The Tariff of 1816 nurtured American manufacturers by taxing imports. This means that the government imposed taxes on goods that were being imported into the country. By doing so, it made imported goods more expensive compared to domestically produced goods. This provided a competitive advantage to American manufacturers as it made their products more affordable for consumers. The tariff helped to protect and support domestic industries, encouraging their growth and development.

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  • 20. 

    In the Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819, Spain

    • A.

      Ceded New Mexico to the U.S.

    • B.

      Ceded Florida to the U.S.

    • C.

      Agreed to control the Seminoles.

    • D.

      Agreed to return runaway slaves.

    Correct Answer
    B. Ceded Florida to the U.S.
    Explanation
    In the Adams-Onís Treaty of 1819, Spain agreed to cede Florida to the U.S. This means that Spain relinquished control and ownership of Florida, transferring it to the United States. This treaty was significant because it resolved territorial disputes between Spain and the U.S., establishing clear boundaries and expanding U.S. territory.

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  • 21. 

    The limited liability provision of incorporation laws meant that

    • A.

      A corporation would not have to repay its debts if it went bankrupt.

    • B.

      The debts a bankrupt corporation would owe was limited to the worth of its stock.

    • C.

      A bankrupt corporation’s tax liability was limited to the worth of its stock.

    • D.

      A person who bought stock in a corporation would not be responsible for the company’s debts if it went bankrupt.

    Correct Answer
    D. A person who bought stock in a corporation would not be responsible for the company’s debts if it went bankrupt.
    Explanation
    The limited liability provision of incorporation laws refers to the concept that individuals who buy stock in a corporation are not personally responsible for the company's debts if it goes bankrupt. This means that even if the corporation cannot repay its debts, the shareholders' personal assets remain protected. This provision encourages investment in corporations by reducing the risk for individual investors.

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  • 22. 

    What transportation project from Albany to Buffalo was completed in 1825?

    • A.

      Wilderness Road

    • B.

      Albany Turnpike

    • C.

      National Road

    • D.

      Erie Canal

    Correct Answer
    D. Erie Canal
    Explanation
    The Erie Canal is the correct answer because it was a transportation project that connected Albany to Buffalo and was completed in 1825. This canal was a significant engineering feat at the time and played a crucial role in the economic development of New York State and the growth of trade and commerce between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • 23. 

    In the case Commonwealth v. Hunt, the Supreme Court ruled that

    • A.

      Union strikes were legal.

    • B.

      Child labor was illegal.

    • C.

      Labor organizing was illegal.

    • D.

      A workday of 10 hours was illegal.

    Correct Answer
    A. Union strikes were legal.
    Explanation
    In the case Commonwealth v. Hunt, the Supreme Court ruled that union strikes were legal. This decision marked a significant milestone in the labor movement as it recognized the right of workers to organize and collectively bargain. The court's ruling affirmed that workers had the freedom to form labor unions and engage in strikes as a means of achieving better working conditions and fair treatment from their employers. This decision had a lasting impact on labor rights and set a precedent for future labor-related cases.

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  • 24. 

    A planter was a white male who

    • A.

      Owned a plantation.

    • B.

      Made a living from agriculture.

    • C.

      Owned an enslaved person.

    • D.

      Held 20 or more enslaved people.

    Correct Answer
    D. Held 20 or more enslaved people.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "held 20 or more enslaved people." This answer is supported by the information given in the question, which states that a planter was a white male. While the other options may also be true to some extent, the specific requirement of holding 20 or more enslaved people distinguishes a planter from other individuals involved in agriculture or plantation ownership.

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  • 25. 

    The two labor systems used to organize enslaved African Americans were

    • A.

      Task and group.

    • B.

      Driver and gang.

    • C.

      Driver and task.

    • D.

      Task and gang.

    Correct Answer
    D. Task and gang.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is task and gang. In the task system, enslaved African Americans were assigned specific tasks or jobs to complete, often working individually or with a small group. The gang system, on the other hand, involved larger groups of enslaved individuals working together under the supervision of a driver. This system was commonly used in plantation agriculture where large-scale labor was required.

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  • 26. 

    The solution that emerged in the Missouri Compromise was to admit Missouri

    • A.

      As a free state and Maine as a slave state.

    • B.

      As a slave state and Maine as a free state.

    • C.

      As a slave state and prohibit slavery in the rest of the western territories.

    • D.

      As a slave state but ban free African Americans from entering the state.

    Correct Answer
    B. As a slave state and Maine as a free state.
    Explanation
    The Missouri Compromise was a legislative agreement reached in 1820 between the pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States Congress. It aimed to maintain a balance between free and slave states in the country. The correct answer states that Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine as a free state. This answer accurately reflects the compromise reached, which allowed for the admission of both states while preserving the balance between slave and free states.

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  • 27. 

    In the election of 1824, supporters of Andrew Jackson accused John Quincy Adams of winning through a "corrupt bargain," in which Adams gave

    • A.

      Henry Clay a bribe.

    • B.

      Henry Clay a cabinet post.

    • C.

      William Crawford a bribe.

    • D.

      William Crawford a government job.

    Correct Answer
    B. Henry Clay a cabinet post.
    Explanation
    In the election of 1824, Andrew Jackson's supporters accused John Quincy Adams of winning through a "corrupt bargain." This refers to a supposed deal between Adams and Henry Clay, where Clay would support Adams in the House of Representatives in exchange for a cabinet post. Jackson's supporters believed that this arrangement was an unethical exchange of political favors, leading to Adams becoming president and Clay being appointed as Secretary of State. This accusation further fueled the animosity between Jackson and Adams, as well as the perception of corruption in American politics.

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  • 28. 

    As president, John Quincy Adams wanted to

    • A.

      Expand the use of federal funds for internal improvements.

    • B.

      Restrict the use of federal funds for internal improvements.

    • C.

      Leave funding of internal improvements to the states.

    • D.

      Leave funding of internal improvements to private businesses.

    Correct Answer
    A. Expand the use of federal funds for internal improvements.
    Explanation
    John Quincy Adams, as president, aimed to expand the use of federal funds for internal improvements. This implies that he wanted the government to invest in infrastructure projects such as roads, canals, and bridges. By doing so, Adams believed that these improvements would enhance transportation and trade within the country, leading to economic growth and development. This approach suggests a belief in the importance of federal involvement in promoting national infrastructure rather than leaving it to the states or private businesses.

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  • 29. 

    "I know that sometimes the confinement of the mill became very wearisome to me. In the sweet June weather I would lean far out the window, and try not to hear the unceasing clash of the sound inside. Looking away to the hills, my whole stifled being would cry out, ‘Oh, that I had wings!’" —Lucy Larcom quoted in Ordinary AmericansJudging by the quotation, how did Lucy Larcom feel about her work in the factory?

    • A.

      Lucy felt imprisoned in the mill and by her work.

    • B.

      She wished for some noise to break up the silent monotony of work.

    • C.

      Lucy relished her work and the sounds of the factory in which she worked.

    • D.

      She was invigorated by her work and the environment of her work.

    Correct Answer
    A. Lucy felt imprisoned in the mill and by her work.
    Explanation
    The quotation suggests that Lucy Larcom felt confined and wearisome in the mill. She longed for freedom and expressed a desire to have wings, indicating a desire to escape her work environment. This implies that she felt imprisoned and restricted by her work in the factory.

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  • 30. 

    "I know that sometimes the confinement of the mill became very wearisome to me. In the sweet June weather I would lean far out the window, and try not to hear the unceasing clash of the sound inside. Looking away to the hills, my whole stifled being would cry out, ‘Oh, that I had wings!’" —Lucy Larcom quoted in Ordinary AmericansAccording to this quotation, Lucy Larcom wished she could

    • A.

      Be a prisoner because prisoners do not mind confinement.

    • B.

      Shed the feeling of freedom that comes from being pleased with one’s work.

    • C.

      Be a bird because birds have poor hearing and, therefore, factory noises would go away.

    • D.

      Be a bird because she would have wings to carry her away from the drudgery of the mill work.

    Correct Answer
    D. Be a bird because she would have wings to carry her away from the drudgery of the mill work.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "be a bird because she would have wings to carry her away from the drudgery of the mill work." This is evident from the quote where Lucy Larcom expresses her desire to have wings and escape from the confinement and monotonous work in the mill. She longs for the freedom and the ability to fly away from the oppressive environment.

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  • 31. 

    The phrase "Era of Good Feelings" was used to describe the ____________________ presidency.

    Correct Answer
    monroe
    Monroe
    Explanation
    The phrase "Era of Good Feelings" was used to describe the presidency of Monroe.

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  • 32. 

    ____________________ tariffs are designed to provide income for the federal government.

    Correct Answer
    revenue
    Revenue
    Explanation
    Tariffs are taxes imposed on imported goods, and they can serve multiple purposes. However, in this context, the term "revenue" refers specifically to tariffs designed to generate income for the federal government. These tariffs are imposed on imported goods to generate revenue for the government's coffers, which can be used for various purposes such as funding public services, infrastructure development, or reducing the budget deficit. Thus, revenue tariffs are specifically intended to provide income for the federal government.

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  • 33. 

    The Creek people who retreated to Florida as American settlers seized their land renamed themselves ____________________, meaning "runaway" or "separatist."

    Correct Answer
    seminole
    Seminole
    Explanation
    The Creek people who were forced to flee to Florida after their land was taken by American settlers chose to rename themselves "seminole" or "Seminole," which means "runaway" or "separatist." This name change reflected their desire to distance themselves from the oppressive forces that had displaced them and assert their independence as a separate group.

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  • 34. 

    In 1830 the tiny locomotive ____________________ pulled the nation's first load of train passengers.

    Correct Answer
    tom thumb
    Tom Thumb
    Tom thumb
    Explanation
    In 1830, a small locomotive named Tom Thumb pulled the nation's first load of train passengers. The correct answer is "tom thumb," "Tom Thumb," or "Tom thumb."

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  • 35. 

    One major change during the Industrial Revolution was manufacturing's shift from hand tools to ____________________.

    Correct Answer
    machines
    Machines
    Explanation
    During the Industrial Revolution, one major change was the transition from using hand tools to using machines for manufacturing. This shift allowed for increased efficiency and productivity in the production process. Machines were able to perform tasks more quickly and accurately than hand tools, leading to the mass production of goods and the growth of industries. This change revolutionized the way goods were produced and played a significant role in shaping the modern industrialized world.

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  • 36. 

    In 1860 sales of Southern ____________________ accounted for nearly two-thirds of the total export trade of the United States.

    Correct Answer
    cotton
    Cotton
    Explanation
    In 1860, the sales of Southern cotton accounted for nearly two-thirds of the total export trade of the United States. Cotton was a major cash crop in the Southern states during this time, and its production and export played a significant role in the economy. The demand for cotton was high both domestically and internationally, and the Southern states, with their favorable climate and fertile land, were able to produce large quantities of high-quality cotton. As a result, cotton sales became a crucial component of the United States' export trade, contributing significantly to the country's overall economic growth.

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  • 37. 

    A result of the invention of the cotton gin was an increased demand for ____________________ labor.

    Correct Answer
    slave
    Slave
    Explanation
    The invention of the cotton gin led to an increased demand for slave labor. The cotton gin made it easier and faster to separate cotton fibers from the seeds, resulting in a significant increase in cotton production. This, in turn, created a greater need for labor to cultivate and harvest the cotton crops. Slavery became even more profitable as plantation owners sought to meet the growing demand for cotton, leading to an increased demand for slaves.

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  • 38. 

    Often enslaved people themselves, ____________________ were individuals chosen to supervise other enslaved workers because of their loyalty or willingness to cooperate.

    Correct Answer
    drivers
    Drivers
    Explanation
    Drivers, often enslaved people themselves, were individuals chosen to supervise other enslaved workers because of their loyalty or willingness to cooperate.

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  • 39. 

    Under the Missouri Compromise, Missouri and ____________________ were admitted as states at the same time.

    Correct Answer
    maine
    Maine
    Explanation
    Under the Missouri Compromise, both Missouri and Maine were admitted as states at the same time.

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  • 40. 

    The 1824 presidential campaign was a battle of the __________________________, men who enjoyed the support of leaders from their own state and region.

    Correct Answer
    favorite sons
    Favorite sons
    Favorite Sons
    Explanation
    The 1824 presidential campaign was characterized by a competition between various "favorite sons," referring to candidates who enjoyed strong support from leaders in their own state or region. These candidates were seen as representing the interests and aspirations of their respective areas, making the campaign a battle between different local factions.

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