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Chapter 11 & 12




  1. Which invention did Samuel F. B. Morse create, and what was its effect?

telegraph-allowed people to communicate over long distances


  1. What was the Missouri Compromise?

a plan to allow slavery to spread into some areas but not others


  1. Why did Andrew Jackson dislike the national bank?

He thought the bank's policies favored the wealthy over average people.


  1. What modes of transportation improved the nation's economy?

canals, steamboats, improved roads, steam-powered trains


  1. Where were most of the nation's early factories built?

New England


  1. Whose policies controlled the nation's money supply during most of Jackson's presidency?

Nicholas Biddle, president of the national bank


  1. How did the improvements in transportation change life in the 1800s?

They encouraged national unity by linking distant places.

They opened up larger markets for products.

They made the movement of people and products cheaper and easier.


  1. In 1818 and 1819, the United States settled border disputes with which countries?

Britain and Spain


  1. What idea of Eli Whitney transformed manufacturing by making each copy of a manufactured item exactly alike?

interchangeable parts


  1. Which of the following is an accurate statement about the "American System"?

It was a plan to make the United States economically self-sufficient.


  1. After the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Cherokees, Jackson said, "John Marshall has made his decision. . . . Now let him enforce it." What did he mean?

that Jackson did not intend to carry out the Court's ruling


  1. About which region did Monroe specifically direct part of his Monroe Doctrine?

Latin America


  1. How did some Native Americans resist the Removal Act?

They challenged the law in the U.S. court system.

They fought wars again the U.S. government.

They left and then returned.


  1. Which was NOT a reason why the Cherokees were forced to move west?

They refused to accept white customs and ways.


  1. What did Andrew Jackson's practice of rewarding his political backers become known as?

the spoils system


  1. What political party did Jackson supporters become?

Democratic Party





  1. A person who put the interests of his or her state or region ahead of what was best for the rest of the nation was demonstrating what attitude?

sectionalism


  1. What was the name for the journey made by the Cherokee after they were removed from their lands by force?

Trail of Tears


  1. What contributed to the Panic of 1837 and the depression that followed?

Inflation


  1. Which president was a military hero who died after one month in office?

William Henry Harrison


  1. Which Southern leader did the Tariff of Abominations lead to publicly support the doctrine of

nullification?

John C Calhoun


  1. Cyrus McCormick’s mechanical reaper changed grain production by —

reducing the amount of labor required for harvesting


  1. Which group most likely received the greatest benefit from the invention of the cotton gin?

Plantation owners


  1. Which statement explains how the steamboat changed life along U.S. rivers?

Manufactured goods became more accessible.


  1. During the mid-1800s the expanding U.S. economy required better methods of communication. Communications were improved significantly by Samuel Morse’s invention of the —

telegraph


  1. Textiles became a leading industry in the North after the cotton gin was invented by —

Eli Whitney







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Chapter 11 & 12




  1. Which invention did Samuel F. B. Morse create, and what was its effect?


  1. What was the Missouri Compromise?



  1. Why did Andrew Jackson dislike the national bank?



  1. What modes of transportation improved the nation's economy?



  1. Where were most of the nation's early factories built?



  1. Whose policies controlled the nation's money supply during most of Jackson's presidency?



  1. How did the improvements in transportation change life in the 1800s? (3)


  1. In 1818 and 1819, the United States settled border disputes with which countries?


  1. What idea of Eli Whitney transformed manufacturing by making each copy of a manufactured item exactly alike?



  1. Which of the following is an accurate statement about the "American System"?


  1. After the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Cherokees, Jackson said, "John Marshall has made his decision. . . . Now let him enforce it." What did he mean?


  1. About which region did Monroe specifically direct part of his Monroe Doctrine?



  1. How did some Native Americans resist the Removal Act?(3)




  1. Which was NOT a reason why the Cherokees were forced to move west?



  1. What did Andrew Jackson's practice of rewarding his political backers become known as?



  1. What political party did Jackson supporters become?






  1. A person who put the interests of his or her state or region ahead of what was best for the rest of the nation was demonstrating what attitude?



  1. What was the name for the journey made by the Cherokee after they were removed from their lands by force?



  1. What contributed to the Panic of 1837 and the depression that followed?



  1. Which president was a military hero who died after one month in office?




Which Southern leader did the Tariff of Abominations lead to publicly support the doctrine of nullification?



  1. Cyrus McCormick’s mechanical reaper changed grain production by —



  1. Which group most likely received the greatest benefit from the invention of the cotton gin?


  1. Which statement explains how the steamboat changed life along U.S. rivers?



  1. During the mid-1800s the expanding U.S. economy required better methods of communication. Communications were improved significantly by Samuel Morse’s invention of the —


  1. Textiles became a leading industry in the North after the cotton gin was invented by —







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