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Name _________________________________

 

HIST007A

 

MULIPLE CHOICE: Please HIGHLIGHT THE CORRECT LETTER OF EACH ITEM. Thank you.

 

EXAMPLE:

Sojourner Truth, John Brown, William L. Garrison and Frederick Douglass were noted advocates of the __________ movement in the United States.

a. Suffrage

b. Abolition

 

 

1. The concept of “________ _________” was the non-governmental plan to control the “Lower 48.”

a. Manifest Destiny”

b. Freedom Trail

2. “________ ________” are property and can be traded as such. They have no rights, are expected to perform labor (and sexual favors) at the command of a slave master. This is the form of slavery which was carried out in the Americas as a result of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.”

a. Contract Laborers

b. Indentured Servants

c. Chattel Slaves

d. Migrant Workers

3. The ________ Amendment prohibited the denial of suffrage because of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

a. 27th

b. 13th

c. 15th

d. 19th

4. The Three Branches of the federal government of the United States include:

a. Executive, Legislative and Centralist

b. Judicial, Executive and Progressive

c. Legislative, Executive and Judicial

5. Which of the following individuals penned the classic anti-slavery novel: Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

a. Michelle Obama

b. Harriett Tubman

c. Susan B. Anthony

d. Charlotte Forten

e. Mary Chestnut

f. Harriett Beacher Stowe

6. On December 20, 1860, ___________ ____________ left the Union and soon thereafter followed by ten states .

a. North Carolina

b. South Dakota

c. South Carolina

d. South Central

7. Dr. Kevin Waite noted in his essay “When Mexico Needed a Wall to Keep Americans Out” that at one time ___________ controlled the majority of land in North America.

a. Canada

b. The Falkland Islands

c. Cuba

d. United States

e. Mexico

f. Brazil

8. Which of the following amendments includes the idea of petitioning the government for a redress of grievances?

a. 13th

b. 14th

c. 1stth

 

9. Which of the following women led over three hundred slaves to freedom?

a. Biddy Mason

b. Sojourner Truth

c. Rosa Parks

d. Ida Tarbell

e. Harriett Tubman

f. Lucretia Mott

g. Harriett Jacobs

 

10. The “Grandfather Clause”, Poll Taxes and _____________ _____________ were passed in several Southern states to prohibit freedmen from exercising their right to vote.

a. Manumission Papers

b. Service Records

c. Literacy Tests

11. Which of the following constitutional amendments did the Confederacy rely on to support their secession from the Union?

a. 14th Amendment

b. 26th Amendment

c. 16th Amendment

d. 10th Amendment

e. None of the Above

 

 

 

 

12. “In the United States in the 19th century, Manifest Destiny was the widely held belief that American settlers were destined to expand across the continent. The historian Merk says this concept was born out of “A sense of mission to redeem the Old World by high example … generated by the potentialities of a new earth for building a new heaven.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

 

13. Which of the following amendments stipulated that Citizenship would be viewed as a national priority?

a. 1st

b. 20th

c. 14th

14. Which of the following is not a Historic Black College and University (HBCU)?

a. USC

b. Howard University

c. Morehouse College

d. Spelman College

e. Hampton University

15. The Mexico’s 1824 Colonization Act stipulated the following:

a. Permitted foreign immigration into the Southwest

b. Plan intended to populate the region

c. Develop the region economically

d. Link the region with interior Mexico

e. An attempt to “Mexicanize the region”

f. This would serve as a buffer against American expansionism

g. ALL of the Above

h. None of the Above

 

16. The _______ Amendment was ratified on December 18, 1865, and slaves in Kentucky and Delaware were declared free. The amendment was the culmination of the Civil War, which was initially undertaken to preserve the Union.

a. 13th

b. 2nd

c. 19th

d. 14th

 

17. Much of California’s history began with the Spanish Missions. The chain of 21 missions along California’s El Camino Real (“The Royal Highway”) represent the first arrival of non-Native Americans to California. Life for the California Native Americans was forever changed. In addition to Christianity, the missions brought many other things to California such as livestock, fruits, flowers, grains and industry.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

18. ___________ __________ ____ was issued by General William Tecumseh Sherman, which granted confiscated and abandoned Confederate lands to former slaves. Each head of household could receive up to forty acres of land along Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.

a. Special Field Order 15

 

 

19. The Declaration of Impendence was primarily written by _______ _______.

a. Thomas Jefferson

b. Thomas Paine

c. Cotton Mather

20. In July 1863 President Abraham Lincoln delivered one of the most important speeches in American history. The central focus of his speech was to honor the 51,000 plus men that lost their lives in the Battle of ____________.

a. Shiloh

b. Gettysburg

c. Spotsylvania

d. Manassas

21. The Union victory in the Civil War may have given some _________ million slaves their freedom but the process of rebuilding the South during the Reconstruction introduced a new set of significant challenges.

a. 38

b. 110

c. 2

d. 4

 

22. On February 15, 1870 the _______ Amendment prohibited denial of suffrage because of race, color or previous condition of servitude.

a. 1st

b. 26th

c. 13th

d. 15th

23. Which of the following individuals is not a graduate of a Historic Black College and University?

a. Jerry Rice

b. Celeste Farrar

c. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

d. Barack Obama

e. Oprah Winfrey

24. Lewis and Clark were assisted by _______ on their journey to the Oregon Territory in the early 1800s.

a. Sacagawea

b. Pocahontas

 

25. Which of the following countries established the institution of slavery in the colonial territories of North America?

a. Botswana

b. Belgium

c. Norway

d. Sweden

e. Great Britain

 

26. According to your instructor the Civil War was fought over issues related to States’ Rights, Cultural, Political and Social Differences and the Institution of Slavery.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

27. _________ _________ worked tirelessly to support both the Suffrage and Abolition causes.

a. Hillary Clinton

b. Mary McLeod Bethune

c. Sojourner Truth

28. “Chattel slaves are property and can be traded as such. They have no rights no rights, are expected to perform labor (and sexual favors) at the command of a slave owner.”

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

29. According to Dr. Kevin Waite, Mexico won its impendence from __________ in 1821.

a. France

b. Greenland

c. Spain

d. Portugal

30. __________ ________ was noted for her yeoman efforts to address the concerns of the conditions of mental and prison institutions in the United States.

a. Cary Nation

b. Doretha Dix

c. Harriett Tubman

 

31. There were numerous individuals, organizations and governmental officials that worked for the suffrage movement in the post-Revolutionary War Era. One of the prominent religious groups that advocated for the suffrage rights of women were the ____________.

a. Baptists

b. Quakers

 

32. This woman was known to have carried an axe and a Bible, and traveled around the United States displaying her aversion against the consumption of alcohol.

a. Gloria Steinem

b. Cary Nation

c. Susan B. Anthony

 

33. Which of the following social reform movements is not included in the Constitution?

a﷒ Suffrage

b﷒ Abolition

c﷒ Temperance/Prohibition

d﷒ Mental and Prison

34. Which of the following governmental agencies supported the educational aspirations of emancipated African Americans?

a. Department of Commence

b. FEMA

c. Freedmen’s Bureau

d. National Park Service

35. The United States Constitution includes two major sections: The Articles and the Amendments.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

36. The ______ is responsible for passing the laws in the United States.

a. President

b. Cabinet

c. Congress

37. Which of the following individuals traveled from Utah to California, won her freedom in a court of law, became a prominent mid-wife and co-founder of the First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles?

a. Lola Folana

b. Clara Barton

c. Lola Montez

d. Biddy Mason

38. Which of the Constitutional Amendments provides access for individuals to arm themselves as a part of a well-armed militia?

a. 1st

b. 9th

c. 10th

d. 2nd

39. Which of the following amendments protects the citizens from illegal “searches and seizures?”

a. 4th

b. 27th

c. 10

 

40. By a treaty signed on Apr. 30, 1803, the United States purchased from ________the Louisiana Territory, extending from the Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains. The price was about $15 million; $11,250,000 was to be paid directly.

a. England

b. Botswana

c. France

 

41. Eleven Southern states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Mississippi) seceded from the 

Union in 1861, precipitating a Civil War with the North. The Confederacy was defeated in 1865 and the South was reincorporated into the United States.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

42. Which of the following abolitionists led the raid on Harper’s Ferry in 1859?

a. Sojourner Truth

b. Nat Turner

c. Susan B. Antony

d. John Brown

43. Which of the following explorers helped to establish colonies in the Americas?

a. Christopher Columbus

b. Elon Musk

 

44. This course focused its attention on the chronological, thematic, and analytical study of the political, economic, social, cultural, and diplomatic history of the United States to Reconstruction.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

45. In January 1865 _________ ________ took land from Charleston to Florida to give black heads of households forty acres and a mule.

a. Gen. Forrest

b. Gen. Grant

c. Gen. Lee

d. Gen. Sherman

46. Based on the copious research and documentation of Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., approximately _____ million Africans were brought to the Americas illegally.

a. 100

b. 60

c. 10.7

47. Those who supported the notions of the separation from Great Britain became known as Patriots.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

48. Although the Revolutionary War did indeed drag on for eight years, in 1783, the thirteen colonies, now the United States, ultimately prevailed against the British.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

49. The Three Branches of the Federal Government of the United States include the Executive, Environmental and Judiciary divisions.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

50. Nineteenth-century Chinese-Americans had a leader and a fighter in Wong Chin Foo (1847–98), a compelling and controversial figure whose story is a forgotten chapter in the history of the struggle for equal rights for all.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

 

51. Dr. Kevin Waite, a noted academician noted that in his article, When Texas Needed a Wall to Keep Americans Out.” Texas won its independence from P ortugal in 1821, and it was the largest nation in North America. But three decades later, it had lost over half of its landmass. The events that culminated in that dramatic territorial reduction were set in motion by Mexican border-crossers.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

52. The non-fictional book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was widely received and cherished in southern states after its publication in the 1900s.

a. TRUE

b. False

53. At the battle Shiloh the Confederate Army defeated the Union Army

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

54. John Brown, William L. Garrison and Frederick Douglass were noted advocates of the Temperance Movement in the United States.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

55. Which of the following ‘Founding Fathers” was responsible for establishing the University of Rhode Island?

a. George Washington

b. Thomas Paine

c. Samuel Adams

d. Benjamin Franklin

e. John Harvard

f. Elijah Yale

g. None of the Above

 

 

 

56. __________ __________ is oftentimes referred to “The Father of the Constitution.”

a. Dr. R. Farrar

b. Alexander Hamilton

c. John Winthrop

d. Cotton Mather

e. John Adams

f. James Madison

57. Which of the following American presidents did this instructor spend two summers learning about the legacy of this “Founding Father”

a. George Washington

b. Thomas Jefferson

c. Thomas Paine

d. Jefferson Davis

e. James Madison

58. Which of the following was not one of the Original Colonies?

a. Maine

b. Georgia

c. Virginia

d. West Virginia

 

59. “The Union victory in the Civil War in 1865 may have given some ten million slaves their freedom, but the process of rebuilding the South during the Reconstruction period.”

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

60. Which of the following states was identified as a military district after the Civil War?

a. North Carolina

b. Oregon

c. California

d. Iowa

61. Which of the following Articles of Constitution focuses on the Legislative Branch of Government?

a. Article I

b. Article II

c. Article III

62. The lynching of African Americans were acts of terrorism, a widely supported campaign to enforce racial subordination and segregation. Lynching in America documents more than 4,400 racial murders in the United States during the period between Reconstruction and World War II.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

63. According to the Southern Poverty Center’s annual census of hate groups there are 940 hate groups in the United States.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

64. The Bill of Rights is a collection of Amendments that provides protection against Jim Crow Laws, “red lining”, “sun down towns” and forced imprisonment of immigrants.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

65. A primary source provides direct or firsthand evidence about an event, object, or a dead person.  Primary sources  include podcoasts, social media information and recorded speeches.

a. TRUE

b. FA LSE

66. _________________ Nathan Bedford Forrest was the founder of the White Citizens Council; a peaceful organization that has developed a non-violent political platform in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

67. The 55 signers of the ___________ ___ __________ were delegates from the original colonies who gathered several times and in several places, first drafting the Declaration of Independence, and then, after the colonists defeated the British army and won independence, writing the U.S. Statute of Laws. The signers of the two documents have some overlap — Thomas Jefferson signed both, but John Hancock wrote large only on the Declaration of Independence.

a. Treaty of Paris

b. Magna Carta

c. Rite of Passage

d. Book of Masonry

e. Declaration of Independence

 

68. _ ____________ The 16th Amendment in the Constitution provides equal access for women in employment settings.

a. TRUE

b. FALSE

69. According to _________ ___ ________”I pray every single moment not on my knees but with my work. My prayer is to lift women to equality with men. Worship and work are one with me. “

a. Harriette B. Stowe

b. Angela E. Davis

c. Lucretia Y. Mott

d. Susan B. Anthony

70. William Lloyd Garrison was the Editor of The Liberator, an anti-slavery publication that was extremely important during the 1800s.

a. TRUE FALSE

 

 

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Name ________________________

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M

ULIPLE CHOICE: Please

HIGHLIGHT

 

THE CORRECT LETTER

 

OF

EACH ITEM

.

Thank you.

 

 

EXAMPLE:

 

Sojourner Truth, John Brown, William L. Garrison and Frederick Douglass

were noted

advocates of the __________ movement in the United States.

 

a.

 

Suffrage

 

b.

 

Abolition

 

 

 

1.

 

The concept of “________ _________” was the non

governmental plan to

control the “Lower 48.”

 

a.

 

Manifest Destiny”

 

b.

 

Freedom Trail

 

2.

 

“________ ________

 

are property and can be traded as such. They have no

rights, are expected to perform labor (and sexual favors) at the command of a

slave master. This is the form of slavery which was carried out in the

Americas as a result of the trans

Atlantic slave trad

e.”

 

a.

 

Contract Laborers

 

b.

 

Indentured Servants

 

c.

 

Chattel Slaves

 

d.

 

Migrant Workers

 

3.

 

The

________

Amendment prohibited the denial of suffrage because of

race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

 

a.

 

27th

 

b.

 

13

th

 

c.

 

15

th

 

d.

 

19

th

 

4.

 

The Three Branches of the federal

government of the United States include:

 

a.

 

Executive, Legislative and Centralist

 

b.

 

Judicial, Executive and Progressive

 

c.

 

Legislative, Executive and Judicial

 

5.

 

Wh

ich of the following individuals penned the

classic anti

slavery novel:

 

Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

 

a.

 

Michelle O

bama

 

b.

 

Harriett Tubman

 

c.

 

Susan B. Anthony

 

d.

 

Charlotte Forten

 

e.

 

Mary Chestnut

 

f.

 

Harriett Beacher Stowe

 

6.

 

O

n December 20,

1

860, _________

__

 

__

__________

 

lef

t the Union and soon

thereafter

 

followed

 

by ten

 

states

.

 

a.

 

N

o

rth

Carolina

 

1

Name _________________________________

 

HIST007A

 

MULIPLE CHOICE: Please HIGHLIGHT THE CORRECT LETTER OF EACH ITEM.

Thank you.

 

EXAMPLE:

Sojourner Truth, John Brown, William L. Garrison and Frederick Douglass

were noted advocates of the __________ movement in the United States.

a. Suffrage

b. Abolition

 

 

1. The concept of “________ _________” was the non-governmental plan to

control the “Lower 48.”

a. Manifest Destiny”

b. Freedom Trail

2. “________ ________” are property and can be traded as such. They have no

rights, are expected to perform labor (and sexual favors) at the command of a

slave master. This is the form of slavery which was carried out in the

Americas as a result of the trans-Atlantic slave trade.”

a. Contract Laborers

b. Indentured Servants

c. Chattel Slaves

d. Migrant Workers

3. The ________ Amendment prohibited the denial of suffrage because of

race, color, or previous condition of servitude.

a. 27th

b. 13

th

 

c. 15

th

 

d. 19

th

 

4. The Three Branches of the federal government of the United States include:

a. Executive, Legislative and Centralist

b. Judicial, Executive and Progressive

c. Legislative, Executive and Judicial

5. Which of the following individuals penned the classic anti-slavery novel:

Uncle Tom’s Cabin?

a. Michelle Obama

b. Harriett Tubman

c. Susan B. Anthony

d. Charlotte Forten

e. Mary Chestnut

f. Harriett Beacher Stowe

6. On December 20, 1860, ___________ ____________ left the Union and soon

thereafter followed by ten states.

a. North Carolina

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