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History of the United States (1789–1849): Quiz

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Question 1: In 1816, a ________, similar to the first, was again chartered for 20 years, principally to curb worsening of the inflation during the War of 1812.
New Orleans MintFirst Bank of the United StatesCarpenters' HallSecond Bank of the United States

Question 2: In it, he proclaimed the ________ should be free from future European colonization and free from European interference in sovereign countries' affairs.
South AmericaNorth AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)

Question 3: The export of southern ________ was now the predominant source of economic revenue in the south.
CottonSpandexWoolSilk

Question 4:
Who was the architect of Second Bank of the United States?
George W.Fuller Co.; Parker,Thomas & Rice
William Strickland
George B. McAneny; James B. Stetson
Wyvill,John C.

Question 5:
What state is William Henry Harrison associated with?

Question 6: The ________ between the United States and the United Kingdom established the United States as a sovereign nation, fully capable of handling its own affairs without interference from the United Kingdom.
Battle of Lake ErieWar of 1812 CampaignsWar of 1812Chronology of the War of 1812

Question 7: ________, The Empire of Reason: How Europe Imagined and America Realized the Enlightenment
United StatesSamuel Eliot MorisonJohn Hope FranklinHenry Steele Commager

Question 8:
What class does John C. Calhoun belong to?
2-door coupu00E9
K3IIICN+2
2
Group 2

Question 9: After the demise of the fur trade, they established trading posts throughout the west, continued trade with the Indians and served as guides and hunters for the western migration of settlers to Utah, Oregon and ________.
CaliforniaSacramento, CaliforniaLos AngelesSan Jose, California

Question 10: ________ in America involved two important developments.
Industrial RevolutionPovertyIslamic Golden AgeIndustrialisation







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