Directions: Below are the questions that apush scored lower than 60% proficiency



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Chapter Seven Remediation (due MONDAY 11/9)
Directions:

Below are the questions that APUSH scored lower than 60% proficiency.

1. Copy all question stems (BUT NOT ALL OF THE ANSWER CHOICES) in their entirety (include the question number).

2. Write out the correct answer with a BLOCK CAPITAL preceding your answer.

3. When finished, go back and copy your answer choices (with question numbers) in numbered answer key in the top left corner of the front page. It’ll make it easier for me to check.

Last name, First Name

Period
Chapter Number

1. E 1. Which of the following quotes best relates the feelings of “average Joes”?

2. F E) You the real MVP

3. A 2. "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do….

4. R F) Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit voluptatem



5. ETC….

Score 70% or higher and you will receive a 10% boost to your quiz score. Score less than 70% but more than 50% and you will receive that percentage of the 10% boost. Score less than 50% and you are wasting your time and mine.


1.

Which of the following is true of the “Era of Good Feeling”?

A)

It resulted in a rise in nationalism and an end to sectionalism.

B)

There was an absence of economic debate.

C)

It was characterized by a rise of strong loyalties toward one's state at the expense of the national government.

D)

There was apparent political harmony.




2.

Which statement is true about Washington's Proclamation of Neutrality?

A)

Jefferson and Hamilton disagreed over the need to issue the proclamation.

B)

It resulted in France barring American shippers from the West Indies sugar trade.

C)

It prevented American merchants from trading with any European country at war.

D)

Earnings from shipping rose spectacularly as a result of it.




3.

Conservative Senecas that condemned Indians who accepted white ways and beliefs and demanded a return to ancestral customs were led by




A) Tecumseh. B) Chief Red Jacket. C) Lalawethika. D) Tenskwatawa, “The Prophet.”




4.

The southern migrants who moved along the coastal plain toward the Gulf of Mexico between 1790 and 1820 came primarily from

A)

the Chesapeake region.

C)

North and South Carolina.

B)

New England.

D)

upstate New York and central Pennsylvania.

HI. IF YOU DON’T DO THE ANSWER KEY THAT MAKES IT EASIER FOR ME TO GRADE I’LL BASICALLY KNOW THAT YOU’RE COPYING FROM SOMEONE ELSE. BUT IT WILL STILL HAPPEN. MAYBE YOU’LL SAY YOU DIDN’T SEE IT. LOL. ANYWAYS, THANKS FOR MAKING THE EFFORT. I’M HAPPY WITH HOW YOU GUYS ARE DOING. IT WILL GET BETTER. IT TAKES TIME TO ACCLIMATE.



When finished, go back and copy your answer choices (with question numbers) in numbered answer key in the top left corner of the front page. It’ll make it easier for me to check.


5.

All of the following helped cause the War of 1812 except

A)

the ultimatum issued by the British Parliament to the United States in 1812.

B)

British searches and seizures of American merchant ships.

C)

a desire to seize western lands from England and Spain.

D)

the impressment of American sailors.




6.

Which of the following statements most accurately characterizes the westward migration of New Englanders during the 1790s and 1800s?

A)

Although much of the land in upstate New York was owned by wealthy families, these owners did not attempt to create manorial systems similar to those in the Hudson River Valley, but rather sold the land to immigrants.

B)

Farmers who had fled declining prospects in the East often found themselves at the top of a new economic hierarchy in the West, provided that they were among the first to arrive in a pioneer community and could thus secure the best land.

C)

Much of the land in the areas where the settlers arrived had already fallen into the hands of politically well-connected speculators.

D)

So many immigrants were eager to sell their new farms and move even farther west that the price of land dropped steadily.




7.

Protecting the sanctity of contracts was upheld in

A)

Dartmouth College v. Woodward and Gibbons v. Ogden.

B)

McCullough v. Maryland and Marbury v. Madison.

C)

Fletcher v. Peck and Dartmouth College v. Woodward.

D)

Marbury v. Madison and Fletcher v. Peck.




8.

In the treaty that ended the War of 1812

A)

the British promised to never again impress American sailors during wartime.

B)

the prewar borders were restored.

C)

the British rejected the American proposal for an Indian buffer state between the United States and Canada.

D)

the United States gained new territory in Canada and Florida.




9.

Which of the following is paired correctly?

A)

Treaty of Ghent—Spain ceded Florida to the United States

B)

Adams-Onís Treaty—ended the War of 1812

C)

Treaty of Paris—signed after the Battle of the Thames

D)

Rush-Bagot Treaty—limited British and American naval forces on the Great Lakes




10.

Under the Naturalization, Alien, and Sedition Acts

A)

the Adams administration jailed over a thousand pro-Republican newspaper editors.

B)

the length of time to become a naturalized American citizen was shortened from fourteen years to five years.

C)

the democratic ideals embodied in the Declaration of Independence were strengthened.

D)

it was illegal to publish insults or malicious attacks against Congress or the president.




11.

At the Battle of New Orleans,

A)

William Henry Harrison's troops fought in a guerrilla style through the woods surrounding the battlefield.

B)

Andrew Jackson's forces crushed the British army restoring national pride and making Jackson an American hero.

C)

the British mistakenly marched into a swamp and, covered with mud, surrendered with hardly a shot being fired.

D)

Kentucky sharpshooters in coonskin caps provided the margin of victory.




12.

Which of the following statements most accurately characterizes U.S. relations with France during the late 1790s?

A)

The United States cut off trade with France and authorized American privateers to seize French ships.

B)

The expulsion of French foreign minister Talleyrand's agents––X, Y, and Z––calmed American anti-French sentiments.

C)

Continuing hostility toward England led Americans to trade secretly with France.

D)

Americans' gratitude for French aid in the American Revolution led to cordial relations.




13.

Jay's Treaty of 1795

A)

was rejected by the Senate.

B)

upheld Americans' right to ship French goods on American ships.

C)

required the British to withdraw from forts in the Northwest Territory and end aid to Native American tribes in that region.

D)

required British merchants to make full compensation to Americans who had prewar claims.




14.

The prophet Tenskwatawa

A)

urged Native Americans to assimilate and adopt the superior technology of westerners.

B)

signed a peace treaty with Governor Harrison that avoided conflict and allowed his people to live on a large reservation.

C)

tried to lead a coalition of Indians to resettle in Canada under British protection.

D)

urged Indian peoples to shun the ways of Americans.




15.

Which of the following statements about the War of 1812 is not correct?

A)

New England militias eagerly and bravely fought in Canada and on the frontier.

B)

The invasion of British Canada was a failure.

C)

In retaliation for the destruction of York (Toronto), the British burned Washington D.C. in 1814.

D)

Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry and General William Henry Harrison were both American war heroes.


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