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The British burned Washington D.C.’s government buildings in 1814 in retaliation for what?

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The British burned Washington D.C.’s government buildings in 1814 in retaliation for what?


Burning the Parliament Building at York Canada


Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry?
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Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry?
Francis Scott Key
Which group of young Republicans in Congress pushed for war against England in 1812?
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Which group of young Republicans in Congress pushed for war against England in 1812?
War Hawks
Which city’s harbor did Fort McHenry protect?
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Which city’s harbor did Fort McHenry protect?
Baltimore
Which peace treaty ended the War of 1812?
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Which peace treaty ended the War of 1812?
Treaty of Ghent
Whose election in 1860, without winning a single Southern state, caused the Southern states to question their power in the government?
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Whose election in 1860, without winning a single Southern state, caused the Southern states to question their power in the government?
Abraham Lincoln
Which president was accused of stealing the presidency through a “corrupt bargain” with Henry Clay?
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Which president was accused of stealing the presidency through a “corrupt bargain” with Henry Clay?
John Quincy Adams
Who was the hero of New Orleans for defending the city at the end of the War of 1812?
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Who was the hero of New Orleans for defending the city at the end of the War of 1812?
Andrew Jackson
Which expansionist president asked Congress to declare war against Mexico in 1846?
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Which expansionist president asked Congress to declare war against Mexico in 1846?
James K. Polk
Which president signed the Compromise of 1850 into law?
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Which president signed the Compromise of 1850 into law?
Millard Fillmore
At the start of the War of 1812, England was fighting the Napoleonic Wars against which other country?
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At the start of the War of 1812, England was fighting the Napoleonic Wars against which other country?
France
Where did James Madison decide to attack at the start of the War of 1812?
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Where did James Madison decide to attack at the start of the War of 1812?
Canada
Which two groups of immigrants increased drastically from the 1830s-1860s?
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Which two groups of immigrants increased drastically from the 1830s-1860s?
Irish & Germans
What was the name of the country that the seceding Southern stated formed?
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What was the name of the country that the seceding Southern stated formed?
Confederate States of America
Which group established Liberia in Africa as a place to ship freedmen in the early 1800s?
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Which group established Liberia in Africa as a place to ship freedmen in the early 1800s?
American Colonization Society
What was the name given to the movement that transformed work from a manual labor model to a labor model that used machines powered by water and then later steam?
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What was the name given to the movement that transformed work from a manual labor model to a labor model that used machines powered by water and then later steam?
Industrial Revolution
In which region of the U.S. were most of the factories and mills built in the 1800s?
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In which region of the U.S. were most of the factories and mills built in the 1800s?
Northeast
Who built America’s first water powered textile mill on the Blackstone River in Pawtucket, Rhode Island in 1793?
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Who built America’s first water powered textile mill on the Blackstone River in Pawtucket, Rhode Island in 1793?
Samuel Slater
Which invention by Eli Whitney actually increased the demand for southern cotton and also increased slavery by using a machine to pick the seeds out of cotton?
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Which invention by Eli Whitney actually increased the demand for southern cotton and also increased slavery by using a machine to pick the seeds out of cotton?
Cotton Gin
Who transformed the manufacturing of cloth in the 1800s by moving all of the steps in the production process under one roof?
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Who transformed the manufacturing of cloth in the 1800s by moving all of the steps in the production process under one roof?
Francis Cabot Lowell
Which trail led to the Oregon Territory?
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Which trail led to the Oregon Territory?
Oregon Trail
Which trail led to the New Mexico Territory?
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Which trail led to the New Mexico Territory?
Santa Fe Trail
What were manmade waterways built in the 1800s, linking farms to cities?
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What were manmade waterways built in the 1800s, linking farms to cities?
Canals
In the 1800s, private companies charged travelers to use roads that they built and maintained called what?
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In the 1800s, private companies charged travelers to use roads that they built and maintained called what?
Turnpikes
Who invented the electric telegraph in 1837, using electric pulses that traveled long distances on wires, thereby drastically improving communication?
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Who invented the electric telegraph in 1837, using electric pulses that traveled long distances on wires, thereby drastically improving communication?
Samuel F. B. Morse

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