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US History 1 Unit 2 Challenge 1-3 1)Which of the following statements describes the relationship between the English and the Native Americans in the first half of the 18th century?   a

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US History 1 Unit 2 Challenge 1-3

1)Which of the following statements describes the relationship between the English and the Native Americans in the first half of the 18th century?

 

a.) Most English settlers acknowledged Native American rights to the land, but the colonial government refused to acknowledge any such rights.

 

b.) The English settlers saw the Native Americans only as obstacles to be removed. They refused to form alliances with native peoples, even when England was at war with the Spanish or French.

 

c.) The English suspected that all Native Americans supported the Spanish, so they were reluctant to engage in trade or military alliances.

 

d.) At times the Native Americans traded and even made alliances with the English, but these often led to devastating conflicts.

 

2) Which of the following actions is an example of salutary neglect?

 

a.) A colonial merchant ships tobacco and cotton grown in the colonies to England.

 

b.) A royal governor exercises greater control in local politics than the colonial assembly does.

 

c.) A New England trader routinely smuggles in raw sugar from the West Indies with no penalties.

 

d.) The British parliament exerts greater independence and control over English law.

 

3)Which of the following was an effect of the Great Awakening?

 

a.)Women were even more excluded from religious meetings and the life of faith

 

b.) The establishment of new churches like the Baptists and the Methodists

 

c.) Greater toleration of Catholics and other non-Protestants

 

d.) Widespread acceptance that all people are saved and none are damned

 

4)Which of the following statements reflects the ideas proposed by John Locke?

 

a.)"Governments must follow the one true faith to fully protect man's welfare."

 

b.)"Kings have a divine right to rule but also a responsibility to protect the rights of their subjects."

 

c.)"The purpose of government is to provide for its citizens' basic needs, like food and education."

 

d.)"People should have the power to change their government when it fails to protect their natural rights."

 

5)Which of the following happened as a result of the French and Indian War?

 

a.)Tensions formed between colonists and British soldiers, who had treated them poorly during the war.

 

b.)The colonists formed a bond with the French, who would later help them gain independence from England.

 

c.)France retained control of Canada, but Britain gained France's colonies east of the Mississippi River.

 

d.) Spain lost its colonies in Florida, Cuba and the Philippines to the British, who did not lose anything after the war.

 

6)The diagram of the British slave ship Brookes most directly illustrates what feature of the Atlantic slave trade?

 

a.)The involvement of Africans in the sale and transport of other enslaved Africans

 

b.)The often violent responses of slave traders if a captive managed to escape their chains

 

c.)The interest among slave traders in maximizing profits and the perception of slaves as commodities

 

d.)The enormous profits reaped by Europeans from the Atlantic slave trade

 

 

7) Which of the following statements best reflects the gang system of labor, from a slave's perspective?

 

a.)“This afternoon, some of us met to pick tomatoes and prepare our evening meal.”

 

b.)“The overseer watched us every moment of the day, ensuring that we were doing our jobs.”

 

c.)“My assigned chores finished for the day, I had a refreshing swim in the pond.”

 

d.)“The large size of this plantation has allowed us to grow our families and maintain some traditions.”

 

8)After the French and Indian War, the British enacted a series of measures that affected the colonies.

 

What was the result of the Currency Act of 1764?

 

a.)It banned the use of paper money in trade with Britain.

 

b.)It paid for the administration of a new British province in Canada.

 

c.)It placed all colonial banking under direct control of the monarchy.

 

d.)It restricted the right to a trial by jury, thereby violating a basic right of all Englishmen.

 

9)Which of the following is an example of how colonial women protested the Stamp Act?

 

a.)Women organized non-importation movements to boycott British goods.

 

b.)The literate among them wrote appeals to colonial legislatures.

 

c.)Women joined their husbands in large public protests while burning tax collectors' effigies.

 

d.)They published articles in newspapers and pamphlets that circulated the colonies.

 

10)What was the relationship between the Townshend Acts and the Boston Massacre?

 

a.) The British army occupied Boston after the Townshend Acts to restore order, which increased tension between colonists and British troops.

 

b.)British troops fired on protesters who were preventing other colonists from purchasing boycotted goods.

 

c.)Several colonists were shot by British troops while actively protesting the Townshend Acts.

 

d.)The Sons of Liberty orchestrated a direct attack on British troops that ended in bloodshed.

 

11)What unique circumstances caused the Boston Tea Party to take place in Boston, and not in another port city?

 

a.)Similar riots took place in every port city that same night, but the one in Boston was the largest and most costly.

 

b.)Most British tea was imported through Boston, as southerners avoided warm beverages on account of the climate.

 

c.)The governor of Massachusetts insisted all tea be unloaded and taxed instead of sending it back to England.

 

d.)The Sons of Liberty had a stronger presence in Boston, which had a smaller port than New York or Charleston.

 

 

12)Landowners back in England paid property taxes directly to the crown and voted for representatives in Parliament.

 

Which combination does this represent?

 

a.)External taxation and virtual representation

 

b.)Internal taxation and virtual representation

 

c.)Internal taxation and actual representation

 

d.)External taxation and actual representation

 

13)Many colonists believed that England was only justified in taxing commerce between the colonies and the British Empire and that local assemblies had the exclusive right to collect direct taxes on individuals.

 

Which combination does this represent?

 

a.)Internal taxation and virtual representation

 

b.)External taxation and actual representation

 

c.)External taxation and virtual representation

 

d.)Internal taxation and actual representation

 

 

14)Why was the "Corrupt Bargain" of 1824 important?

 

a.)It prevented slavery north of a certain line but allowed it to expand in the south.

 

b.)It demonstrated that the Constitution wasn't prepared to handle a presidential candidate not winning a majority of votes.

 

c.)It resulted in a one-party political system that suppressed criticism and alternative ideas.

 

d.)It angered voters who felt that the democrat

 

 

15)Which of the following statements about the 1828 election is true?

 

a.)Jackson was elected largely because of populous New England.

 

b.)Jackson was only elected after Adams dropped out of the race.

 

c.)Jackson was elected to represent "the common man."

 

d.)Jackson was elected without winning the popular vote.

 

16)Which of the following statements would most likely have been spoken by a supporter of Andrew Jackson?

 

a.)“Some members of my party seek to improve the lives of those victimized by capitalism.”

 

b.)“I believe government should be involved in social and moral causes.”

 

c.)“We endorse federal support of internal improvements.”

 

d.)"The federal government should not be used as an instrument of power for moneyed interests."

 

17)Which of the following was a major economic shift in the north in the early 19th century?

 

a.)Agriculture and food production replaced industry as the backbone of the economy.

 

b.)Better transportation led to the growth of the countryside, as more people left the cities.

 

c.)The invention and application of interchangeable parts significantly increased agricultural production.

 

d.)Northern states received huge sums of money from the federal government to build canals and turnpikes.

 

18)Which of the following statements about the southern economy before the Civil War is true?

 

a.)The construction of textile mills in the north increased demand for cotton from the south.

 

b.)"King Cotton" was a fictional Alabama plantation owner used in northern propaganda.

 

c.)Slavery remained concentrated on the east coast because it was forbidden to spread west.

 

d.)The demand for cotton fell steadily throughout the first half of the 19th century, even though the southern economy depended on it.

 

19)Which of the following was a cause of Indian Removal from the American South?

 

a.)The Cherokee Nation had petitioned the Supreme Court to declare it an autonomous nation.

 

b.)The Cherokee Nation refused to adapt to the presence of whites in the region.

 

c.)Andrew Jackson supported Native Americans remaining in the southeast, but his party viewed them as a threat to state sovereignty.

 

d.)Many whites perceived Native Americans as savages who could never truly assimilate.

 

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