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Multiple Choice

Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____ 1. What land did Spain acquire as a result of its support of the colonies during the American Revolution?



A)

California

B)

Florida

C)

Louisiana

D)

Texas

____ 2. What issue was addressed in the Pinckney Treaty?



A)

the purchase of Louisiana

B)

the use of the Mississippi River

C)

the unfair taxation of the colonists

D)

the creation of Indian reservations

____ 3. Why did Napoleon decide to sell Louisiana to the United States?



A)

The French no longer wanted to settle the area.

B)

The French could not control the Plains Indians.

C)

The French needed money for a war with Great Britain.

D)

The French determined the land included in the Louisiana Purchase was worthless.

____ 4. What was the most important consequence of the Louisiana Purchase?



A)

It provided for the future growth of the United States.

B)

It gave the United States a vast worthless wilderness.

C)

It eliminated the threat of the French west of the Mississippi River.

D)

It gave the United States all the territory that made up the first forty-eight states.

____ 10. What was the purpose of the Lewis and Clark expedition?



A)

to explore California

B)

to explore the Mississippi River

C)

to explore the Louisiana Purchase

D)

to explore the land between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River

____ 11. What economic activity took place in the Three Forks area?



A)

lumbering

B)

manufacturing

C)

mining

D)

trading

____ 17. What was unusual about the Battle of New Orleans?



A)

It was fought after the war ended.

B)

It was the decisive battle of the war.

C)

It exposed the weakness of the U.S. navy.

D)

It resulted in the British loss of the Mississippi River.

____ 18. What issue was addressed in the Missouri Compromise?



A)

American Indians

B)

roads and railroads

C)

slavery

D)

taxation

____ 19. Indian tribes that had moved into Oklahoma by the early 1800s included all of the following except the



A)

Comanche.

B)

Delaware.

C)

Kichai.

D)

Seminole.

____ 20. What was the first federal fort to be built in present-day Oklahoma?



A)

Fort Coffee

B)

Fort Gibson

C)

Fort Towson

D)

Fort Washita

____ 21. What was the purpose for building Fort Towson?



A)

to protect nearby towns from Indian attacks

B)

to provide protection for men building railroads

C)

to regulate trade between the Indians and whites

D)

to establish a border between Oklahoma and Kansas

____ 22. What Indians gave up a large portion of their land in the Treaty of Doak’s Stand?



A)

Choctaw

B)

Creek

C)

Seminole

D)

Seneca

____ 23. The five major tribes of Indians located in the southeastern United States included all of the following except the



A)

Cherokee.

B)

Chickasaw.

C)

Comanche.

D)

Creek.

____ 26. What discovery led to the final Indian removal from Georgia?



A)

gold

B)

oil

C)

silver

D)

zinc

____ 27. What was Sequoyah’s major contribution to the Cherokee culture?



A)

the development of a syllabary

B)

the invention of a printing press

C)

the preservation of native music

D)

the establishment of a yearly festival

____ 28. Which southeastern Indian tribe was the first to be encouraged by the U.S. government to relocate to the Indian Territory?



A)

Cherokee

B)

Chickasaw

C)

Choctaw

D)

Creek

____ 29. Who was a Choctaw chief during the period of their removal to Indian Territory?



A)

John Coffee

B)

Greenwood Leflore

C)

Menawa

D)

John Ross

____ 30. The commission headed by Montfort Stokes improved conditions for the Indians in Indian Territory in all of the following way except



A)

settling and defining land boundaries.

B)

seeing that troops were kept at Fort Gibson.

C)

bringing together eastern and western tribes.

D)

permitting some Indians to return to their old homes.


Completion

Complete each statement.

1. A conflict between France and Great Britain over land in the Ohio River Valley led to the ___________________________________ War.

2. Resentment in the American colonies to British taxation was one of the causes of the ______________________________ War.

3. Thomas Jefferson sent ___________________________________, the U.S. Minister to France, to try to purchase New Orleans.

4. ___________________________________ was president of the United States when the Louisiana Purchase was made.

5. The United States bought the Louisiana Purchase for $ _________________________.

6. Stephen Long’s expedition mistook the ____________________ River for the Arkansas River.

7. Rivers were important to early commerce. Three major rivers, the ____________________, the ____________________, and the ____________________, joined near present-day Muskogee in an area called the Three Forks.

8. During the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key wrote the _____________________________________________.

9. As result of the Missouri Compromise, ____________________ was added to the Union as a free state.

10. Indian Territory was bordered by the states of ____________________ and Arkansas on the east.

11. The capital of the Cherokee was located at _________________________, Georgia.

12. The Choctaw ceded all its lands east of the Mississippi River and agreed to move to Indian Territory in the Treaty of _____________________________________________.

13. The Chickasaw agreed to sell their land east of the Mississippi River in the Treaty of ______________________________.



14. The Cherokee agreed to sell their eastern lands by the terms of the Treaty of _________________________.

Matching

Match each letter to the correct tribe.

  1. Cherokee

  2. Chickasaw

  3. Creek

  4. Seminole

  5. Choctaw



  1. Refused removal by armed resistance

  2. Used the U.S. legal system to fight removal

  3. 1st to sign removal treaty

  4. Last to remove

  5. Treaty of New Echota

  6. Treaty of Pontotoc Creek

  7. Treaty of Indian Springs

  8. Killed members of tribe for signing removal treaties

  9. Greenwood Leflore

  10. Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek

  11. Had the easiest removal of all of the 5 Civilized Tribes

  12. Osceola

  13. William/ Chilly McIntosh

  14. Treaty Party

  15. Treaty of Payne’s Landing

  16. Treaty of Washington

  17. Moshulatubbee

  18. Quote attributed to this tribe that removal had been a “trail of tears and death”

  19. War to remove tribe cost $20 million and the lives of 1,500 troops



  1. Chilly McIntosh

  2. Samuel Worcester

  3. Osceola

  4. John Ridge

  5. John Ross

  6. William McIntosh

  7. Elias Boudinot

  8. Andrew Jackson

  9. Major Ridge

  10. Thomas Jefferson



  1. Supported removal

  2. Members of the Treaty Party

  3. Opposed removal

  4. President that favored assimilation

  5. President when Indian Removal Act was passed

  6. Killed for signing removal treaty

  7. Translated the Bible into Cherokee

  8. Member of one of the Five Civilized Tribes

The only other part of the test will be questions from the Cherokee removal video. That part of the test will be open note!!


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