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  • Q1

    Which of the following accurately reflects a Radical Republican’s response to Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan?

    Ex-Confederate leaders should receive amnesty for their actions during the Civil War.

    The number of voters in each state required to pledge allegiance to the United States should be much higher.

    There should be no further punishment for people who obstruct the freedom of former slaves.

    Ex-Confederate soldiers should not have their voting rights taken away.

    30s
  • Q2

    Which of the following best compares Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan with Congress’s Wade-Davis Bill?

    The Wade-Davis Bill was more expensive to implement than Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan.

    Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan featured punishment for the ex-Confederacy that Congress felt was too severe.

    More Southern states were in favor of the Wade-Davis Bill than Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan.

    The Wade-Davis Bill called for more harsh consequences for the former Confederacy than Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan.

    30s
  • Q3

    Which of the following accurately evaluates the impact of Johnson’s Presidential Reconstruction plan?

    The 13th Amendment was passed, assuring that all Black Americans would enjoy the same freedoms granted to White Americans.

    Southern states lost their representatives in the federal government, giving a political advantage to northern states.

    Former Confederate soldiers were required to surrender their land, leading to an increase in the lower class.

    The White social hierarchy of the former southern states remained in place, negatively impacting Black Americans.

    30s
  • Q4

    Which of the following accurately evaluates the impact of Johnson’s Presidential Reconstruction plan?

    Black Americans were able to participate in the government in southern states, creating more opportunities for equality.

    Former Confederate soldiers were required to surrender their land, leading to an increase in the lower class.

    The 13th Amendment was ratified by all of the states, effectively ending the practice of slavery in the United States.

    Southern states lost their representatives in the federal government, giving a political advantage to northern states.

    30s
  • Q5

    Which of the following was an immediate impact of Reconstruction in the South?

    Southern states were allowed to oversee their own local elections.

    Black Americans were prohibited from voting in elections in southern states.

    Ex-Confederate leaders were prohibited from returning to power.

    Southern states’ governments were reestablished as they were pre-Civil War.

    30s
  • Q6

    Which of the following was an immediate impact of Reconstruction in the South?

    Southern states were allowed to oversee their own local elections.

    Black American mens’ ability to vote safely was protected by martial law.

    Ex-Confederate leaders were able to return to positions of power in southern states.

    Southern states’ governments were reestablished as they were pre-Civil War.

    30s
  • Q7

    Which of the following was an immediate impact of Reconstruction in the South?

    Black Americans were prohibited from voting in elections in southern states.

    Southern states were placed under martial law and could not govern themselves.

    Southern states’ governments were reestablished as they were pre-Civil War.

    Ex-Confederate leaders were able to return to positions of power in southern states.

    30s
  • Q8

    Which of the following was an immediate impact of Reconstruction in the South?

    Black Americans were prohibited from voting in elections in southern states.

    Southern states were free to oversee their own governments and rebuilding efforts.

    Restrictions were placed on southern states, leading to feelings of suppression.

    Ex-Confederate leaders were able to return to positions of power in southern states.

    30s
  • Q9

    Which of the following best describes the relationship between the U.S. government and Native American tribes prior to the Civil War?

    Native American tribes and the U.S. government were constantly at war over territory.

    The U.S. government and Native American tribes had a primarily peaceful relationship with few disagreements to resolve through fighting or treaty making.

    Relations between the U.S. government and Native American tribes could be tense and violent, but issues were eventually resolved through treaties.

    30s
  • Q10

    How did the U.S. government’s involvement in eliminating the buffalo impact its relationship with Native Americans in the late 1800s?

    The U.S. government purchased buffalo from the Plains tribes, leading to economic growth for the tribes and a peaceful relationship between the two sides.

    Plains tribes were overrun by buffalo and were thankful for the U.S. government’s plan to eliminate them; the process helped end conflict between the two sides.

    Plains tribes depended on the buffalo for survival, so the push to eliminate the buffalo endangered the tribes’ way of life and created tension between the two sides.

    The U.S. government hoped eliminating the buffalo would encourage the tribes to assimilate, creating a dependent relationship between the two sides.

    30s
  • Q11

    How did the Homestead Act impact the relationship between the U.S. government and Native Americans in the late 1800s?

    The Homestead Act allowed the government to purchase land from Plains tribes, but they could not agree on an acceptable price; the Plains tribes felt disrespected by the U.S. government, and the two sides maintained a strained relationship.

    The Homestead Act made it possible for more settlers to move west, encroaching on Native Americans’ lands; this negatively impacted the Plains tribes and increased tensions between the two sides.

    The Homestead Act helped protect Native Americans’ land from western settlers, making them appreciative of the U.S. government; this positively impacted the Plains tribes and eased tensions between the two sides.

    The Homestead Act encouraged Native American tribes from other parts of the country to settle in the plains in the west; they received valuable land from the U.S. government, and the two sides maintained a peaceful relationship.

    30s
  • Q12

    How did the expansion of the railroad impact the relationship between the U.S. government and Native Americans in the late 1800s?

    Railroad expansion helped speed the decline of the buffalo and contributed to the Native American tribes being removed from their lands; this created increasing tension between the U.S. government and Native Americans.

    Railroad expansion made it possible for more Native Americans to move eastward and assimilate into American culture; this created a positive relationship between the U.S. government and Native Americans.

    Railroad expansion encouraged settlers to move to the West and live among the Native American tribes; this led to a culture clash that increased tensions between the U.S. government and Native Americans.

    Railroad expansion helped increase trade for Native American tribes as more settlers flooded into the West; this created a mutually beneficial relationship between the U.S. government and Native Americans.

    30s
  • Q13

    Which of the following inventions was monumental in allowing the United States to conduct business and connect people?

    Henry Ford’s Model T

    Issac Singer’s Sewing Machine

    Alexander Graham Bell’s Telephone

    Thomas Edison’s Electricity

    30s
  • Q14

    Which of the following inventions liberated women from their homes?

    Henry Ford’s Model T

    Alexander Graham Bell’s Telephone

    Issac Singer’s Sewing Machine

    Thomas Edison’s Electricity

    30s
  • Q15

    Which of the following inventions expanded the industrial revolution by allowing factories to be built anywhere?

    Issac Singer’s Sewing Machine

    Henry Ford’s Model T

    Alexander Graham Bell’s Telephone

    Thomas Edison’s Electricity

    30s

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