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The first goal of expansionists in the United States after 1815 was to ________.
The Adams-OnÃs Treaty ________.
After 1815, the United States ________.
By the mid-1820s, the Cherokee had each of the following EXCEPT ________.
The ________ nation included peoples of both Native American and African origins.
The last resistance of Indians to white settlement in the Old Northwest came in 1831"“1832 under Chief ________.
The first great federal transportation project was the ________.
Which of the following forms of transportation predominated before the 1820s and 1830s?
The most spectacular engineering achievement of the young United States was the ________.
Which of the following statements about canals in early nineteenth-century America is NOT true?
Which one of the following was NOT a southern staple by about 1820?
Under the ________ system, manufacturers provided raw materials to people in their own homes and then picked up the finished products for distribution.
The great showplace for early American industrialization was ________.
Which of the following groups was initially a primary source of labor for the textile mills?
Industrialization transformed women's work by ________.
Many Americans believed high tariffs would ________.
The president most closely identified with the Era of Good Feeling was ________.
Which of the following was NOT an aspect of the Missouri Compromise of 1820?
As chief justice of the Supreme Court, John Marshall ________.
Which of the following was not a decision of the Marshall Court?
McCulloch v. Maryland involved questions regarding ________.
According to the decision of Gibbons v. Ogden, which of these would regulate interstate commerce?
The main diplomatic challenge facing James Monroe in 1820 was ________.
In 1823, John Quincy Adams believed the nation should ________.
The foreign policy initiative calling for an end to all European colonization efforts in the Western Hemisphere was known as the ________.
How are expansion and migration after 1812 in the U.S. related?
How did expansion affect men like John Jacob Astor?
What does it mean that some Americans believed the U.S. had "continental destiny"?
How did pressure to settle western lands change the nature of Indian removal as first planned by Thomas Jefferson?
Why was the "civilization" of Native Americans tragic?
What did Native Americans and African Americans have in common in the early nineteenth century?
When President James Madison talked about the need for "internal improvements," he was referring to ________.
How did transportation affect industry and agriculture in the early nineteenth century?
Why did America experience rapid economic development in the early nineteenth century?
The development of profitable commercial agriculture resulted from all of the following EXCEPT ________.
What was the relationship between industrialization and urbanization in the early 1800s?
The economic revolution in the United States between 1810 and 1840 was one of ________.
Why did interest in national politics wane in the early nineteenth century?
Why was James Monroe elected in both 1816 and 1820, in spite of fierce debate over the Missouri Compromise?
How did the Missouri Compromise impact slavery?
How did the Missouri Compromise impact the future of North-South relations in the U.S.?
John Marshall was extremely influential in interpreting ________.
How did John Marshall influence the United States?
Henry Clay's American system envisioned _________.
Why didn't Great Britain support the rest of the European continent in their Latin American policies?
How does this statement from Monroe's inaugural fail to address American reality? "Their citizens individually have been happy and the nation prosperous."
How was Monroe's statement in his first inaugural address that "no country was ever happier with respect to its domain" contradicted by subsequent events?