amilton intended his plan for federal assumption of state debts to

Which of the following is NOT true about the conditions for free Blacks in the north?

A.even though slavery was outlawed, there was still racism
B.they faced the greatest competition over jobs from immigrants
C.there was no segregation in schools and churches
D.trade unions excluded Blacks

amilton intended his plan for federal assumption of state debts to

A.promote the development of agrarian or farming interests
B.strengthen ties between state and national government
C.promote the power of small states
D.increase the power of Native American nations

American expansion west was characterized by the movement of

A.mostly large families
B.all of the above
C.mostly women seeking equal rights
D.mostly single men

n the 1820s how did the Cherokee nation rise and prosper?

A.John Ross authored a new constitution with a democratically elected executive, legislative and an appointed judicial branch and declared absolute sovereignty of Cherokee lands
B.John Ross authored a new constitution with a weak National Council
C.John Ross authored a new constitution with a democratically elected executive, legislative and an appointed judicial branch and declared themselves a dependent of the United States
D.they built a strong alliance with the state of Georgia and renegotiated their borders

Which of the following is NOT true regarding the Whiskey Rebellion?

A.there was a small army sent
B.it was the first domestic event suppressed by the federal military
C.it was violent, reminiscent of the revolutionary era
D.farmers in Western Pennsylvania started it

What happened in the Supreme Court decision Worcester v. Georgia?

A.that Georgia’s actions were illegal to the concept of “all men are created equal”
B.that the Cherokee nation would be able to remain in Georgia
C.Cherokee tribal laws could not be written over by the state of Georgia
D.the Cherokee nation would receive California as their future national territory

How did a written language revolutionize Cherokee society?

A.The creation of a Cherokee newspaper, the Cherokee Phoenix.
B.the translation of the Bible into Cherokee
C.family stories were written down
D.Medicine people wrote down their healing formulas
E.all of the above

During the 1820s and 1830s, canal building projects

A.increased freight rates to cover project expenses
B.fostered strong ties between the North and South
C.retarded economic growth
D.provided cheap and reliable access to distant markets and goods

The evangelicals of the Second Great Awakening attempted to

A.reform society by tackling large issues like slavery head-on
B.spread feminist as well as abolitionist ideas
C.spread the Anglican Church
D.attempted to change the individual, and not society as a whole

Why were there new unions and hundreds of strikes in the 1820s and 30s? what did they advocate?

A.shorter hours
B.higher wages
C.better working conditions
D.all of the above
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