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Where did General Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses S. Grant ending major fighting in the Civil War?
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Where did General Robert E. Lee surrender to Ulysses S. Grant ending major fighting in the Civil War?
Appomattox Courthouse
Which side during the Civil War had the following advantages: a larger population, economic and industrial advantages, and better transportation and communication?
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Which side during the Civil War had the following advantages: a larger population, economic and industrial advantages, and better transportation and communication?
North (Union)
Which was the most celebrated black regiment in the Union army?
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Which was the most celebrated black regiment in the Union army?
54th Massachusetts
Which Union general was best known for using a total war strategy?
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Which Union general was best known for using a total war strategy?
William Tecumseh Sherman
Which of the following was not a result of the Civil War: (a) slavery was abolished, (b) the concept of secession was discredited, (c) approximately 650,000 Americans died, and (d) the Southern states’ rights philosophy was upheld?
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Which of the following was not a result of the Civil War: (a) slavery was abolished, (b) the concept of secession was discredited, (c) approximately 650,000 Americans died, and (d) the Southern states’ rights philosophy was upheld?
D. The Southern state's rights philosophy was upheld
Which laws in the South were passed to control freed slaves economically and politically?
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Which laws in the South were passed to control freed slaves economically and politically?
Slave Codes
Which group took over Reconstruction after President Johnson refused to work with Congress in its attempt to pass Reconstruction laws?
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Which group took over Reconstruction after President Johnson refused to work with Congress in its attempt to pass Reconstruction laws?
Radical Republicans
What was the name given to Southerners who sided with Republicans during Reconstruction?
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What was the name given to Southerners who sided with Republicans during Reconstruction?
Scalawags
Which agency was created after the Civil War to help blacks adjust to their new lives?
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Which agency was created after the Civil War to help blacks adjust to their new lives?
Freedmen's Bureau
What were the purposes of each of the Civil War Amendments?
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What were the purposes of each of the Civil War Amendments?
13th- freed the slaves; 14th gave citizenship rights regardless of race; and 15th extended the right to vote to all men regardless of race
Which amendment prohibited states from denying the right to vote on grounds of race or color?
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Which amendment prohibited states from denying the right to vote on grounds of race or color?
15th Amendment
Which amendment defined citizenship and gave all citizens equal protection under the law?
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Which amendment defined citizenship and gave all citizens equal protection under the law?
14th Amendment
Which group's main purpose was to use terror and violence to deny freedmen equal protection under the law?
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Which group's main purpose was to use terror and violence to deny freedmen equal protection under the law?
Ku Klux Klan
What agreement ended Reconstruction in the South?
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What agreement ended Reconstruction in the South?
Compromise of 1877
Which of the following were Reconstruction plans of the Radical Republicans: (a) to punish former Confederates; (b) to enforce citizenship rights of freedmen; (c) to ensure voting rights of former slaves?
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Which of the following were Reconstruction plans of the Radical Republicans: (a) to punish former Confederates; (b) to enforce citizenship rights of freedmen; (c) to ensure voting rights of former slaves?
All of them
What was Americanization as it was applied to immigrants and Native Americans?
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What was Americanization as it was applied to immigrants and Native Americans?
Process to change beliefs, practices, and cultures and to train them on how to be more 'American'
What did the Native Americans of the Plains use for food, shelter, and clothing?
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What did the Native Americans of the Plains use for food, shelter, and clothing?
Buffalo
Why was the transcontinental railroad important in the west?
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Why was the transcontinental railroad important in the west?
Promoted trade, western settlement, and provided jobs
Private individuals and companies run business and industry for profit under which economic system?
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Private individuals and companies run business and industry for profit under which economic system?
Capitalism
Which of the following did not cause the Second Industrial Revolution after the Civil War: (a) development of steel and oil industries; (b) new technology; (c) water power and the development of canals; and (d) laissez-faire government policies?
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Which of the following did not cause the Second Industrial Revolution after the Civil War: (a) development of steel and oil industries; (b) new technology; (c) water power and the development of canals; and (d) laissez-faire government policies?
(c) water power and the development of canals
What did Thomas Edison invent?
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What did Thomas Edison invent?
Light bulb
Which product helped transform the U.S. into a modern industrial nation?
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Which product helped transform the U.S. into a modern industrial nation?
Steel
Andrew Carnegie built a monopoly in which industry?
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Andrew Carnegie built a monopoly in which industry?
Steel
What population trend occurred in the U.S. during the Second Industrial Revolution?
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What population trend occurred in the U.S. during the Second Industrial Revolution?
Urbanization (move of rural people to the cities)
What negative term was used to denote American businessmen who used cut-throat tactics to create their financial empires?
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What negative term was used to denote American businessmen who used cut-throat tactics to create their financial empires?
Robber Barons
Correctly label the following on the map: Louisiana Purchase Territory; Mexican Cession Territory; Gadsden Purchase; Original Thirteen Colonies; Texas Annexation; Spanish Cession Territory; Oregon Territory; and Revolutionary War Settlement.
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Correctly label the following on the map: Louisiana Purchase Territory; Mexican Cession Territory; Gadsden Purchase; Original Thirteen Colonies; Texas Annexation; Spanish Cession Territory; Oregon Territory; and Revolutionary War Settlement.
A. Texas Annexation; B. Oregon Territory; C. Mexican Cession Territory; D. Louisiana Purchase Territory; E. Original Thirteen Colonies; F. Gadsden Purchase; G. Revolutionary War Settlement; and H. Spanish Cession Territory




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