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Multiple Choice 1 How did the Haitian Revolution impact the history of the United States? (1 point) • It brought the United States into a war with Spain over Cuba. • France no longer had Haiti, so Napoleon was willing to sell Louisiana. • Slave owners in the American South began to free their slaves. • The Haitian Revolution had no impact on the history of the United States. 2 What was the main purpose of the encomienda system? (1 point) • to provide Native Americans with land • to establish sugar plantations • to define the status of Native Americans • to teach Christianity 3 Why didn’t Caribbean economies become self-sufficient after independence? (1 point) • The United States took over the former British colonies in the Caribbean. • After independence, economies depended on foreign investments. • Fidel Castro sold Cuban industries to American companies. • Caribbean countries did not want to invest in the region’s economies. 4 Why are the Maya considered a “great civilization”? (1 point) • They developed canoes to move among the islands. • They had superior knowledge of astronomy and engineering. • The city-states had no need to communicate with each other. • They abandoned religion in favor of science. 5 Why didn’t independence improve the lives of many in the Caribbean and Central America? (1 point) • Monarchies seized control of colonies. • The Maya rebuilt their civilization, creating a new dynasty. • Foreign trade decreased significantly. • Wealthy landowners gained control over national resources.

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5. U.S. Groups of the Late 1700s and Early 1800s Women Children Indentured Servants Native Americans African American Working Class Which statement best summarizes the historical position of all groups listed above? All people in the United States are free. All people in the United States are citizens. The United States has unequal economic opportunities. The U.S. government represents everyone’s needs. *** 6. Veena writes an essay about Native Americans in the 1800s: Native Americans and U.S. settlers struggled for land during the early 1800s. U.S. citizens slowly pushed Native Americans off their traditional lands. They fought wars, such as the Seminole War, for control of Louisiana. Native Americans lost these struggles and were pushed farther and farther west. Which statement corrects a mistake in Veena’s essay? Native Americans usually gave up their lands voluntarily The Seminole War was fought over control of Florida *** Most Native Americans moved south, rather than west U.S citizens had little interest in Native American lands 7. Which event transferred Florida from British possession back to Spain in the late 1700s? First Seminole War Pinckney’s Treaty Adams-Onis Treaty Treaty of Paris*** 8. What event led to the U.S. purchase of the Louisiana Territory? The burning of a U.S. Navy ship in the First Barbary War The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Marbury vs. Madison The successful Haitian slave revolt *** Napoleon losing money in his European wars 9. Which event during John Adam’s presidency was the main reason the Federalist party began to fall apart? The XYZ Affair*** The Jay Treaty The Alien and sedition Acts The “Anti-federalist” speech by Thomas Jefferson 10. What was the main reason the Mississippi River was so important to the growing nation? It offered a way to transport goods from the center of the continent. *** It kept the dangerous migrating herds away from populated settlements. It gave settlers a reason to explore farther to the west of their original settlements. It helped maintain a rigid boundary between the colonies and Native American populations.

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16. Which of the following was the agreement that helped the Anti- federalists to finally approve the Constitution? The Bill of Rights The Federalists Papers *** an Amendment about slavery the rewriting of the Preamble 17. What motive did the Founding Fathers have for adding the right to bear arms into the Constitution? to drive up the cost of weapons and ammunition to ensure that the government would have a strong national military *** to make sure people could defend themselves against the government to try to get the delegates from the southern states to ratify the Constitution 18. Which of the following is a notable influence of Native American culture on the geography of the United States? Many places are named using Native American words. *** Native Americans created safe passages through mountain areas. Many of the cities today were built by Native American tribes. Native Americans built many dams and changed the direction of rivers. 19. Which answer best explains how the Articles of Confederation set up governmental roles for dealing with foreign governments? Congress had the power to make foreign treaties.*** The states had the power to make foreign treaties. Congress could write treaties, but they needed to be approved by the states. The states could write treaties, but they needed to be approved by Congress 20. When the Framers decided to use population as a basis for tax rates, what debated issue was resolved? Whether to take steps to limit the slave trade Whether to allow states or Congress to tax trade Whether to directly or indirectly elect the President Whether to count slaves in the population of the South***

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