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SS8 H4-H6 Unit 3 Review

Quiz by Katie Cott

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  • Q1
    What happened during the Yazoo Land Fraud?
    Land companies bribed GA legislators so that they could buy land cheaply
    Land companies bought land from the US government
    Land companies sold land west of the Chattahoochee River to the state of GA
    Land companies sold land to the US Government
  • Q2
    Which of the following was a consequence of the Yazoo Land Fraud?
    Legislators were re-elected
    Georgia gave up land to the west to the US Government
    Georgia grew in size
  • Q3
    Who was Chief of the Cherokee ?
    John Andrews
    John Ross
    John Marshall
    William McIntosh
  • Q4
    What effect did the Dahlonega gold rush have on the Cherokee?
    Cherokee profited from the gold rush
    Cherokee were forced by the Army to leave their lands, led to the Trail of Tears
    Cherokee sold land to Yazoo Land Companies
  • Q5
    Did Andrew Jackson enforce the ruling in Worcester v. Georgia?
    No, but he pushed Congress to pass other laws to help the Cherokee
    Yes, he enforced both the Worcester v. GA and the Indian Removal Act.
    No, he enforced the Indian Removal Act instead.
    Yes, he sent the Army to enforce the ruling
  • Q6
    Slavery, states' rights, Compromise of 1850, and the election of 1860 are all
    causes of the Declaration of Independence
    causes of the Dred Scott case
    causes of the Civil War
    causes of the Georgia Platform
  • Q7
    Which of the following was NOT a provision of the Compromise of 1850?
    the Fugitive Slave Act
    Slave trade ended in Washington, DC
    California admitted to the Union as a free state
    Missouri entered the Union as a slave state
  • Q8
    What did the Supreme Court decide in the Dred Scott case?
    Slaves were free if they traveled to free states
    Slaves were property, not citizens, and therefore had no rights
    Slaves were free if they gained citizenship by being born in the USA
    Slaves in rebel states were free
  • Q9
    What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?
    freed ALL slaves in all states
    freed slaves in northern states
    freed slaves in border states
    freed slaves in rebel states
  • Q10
    What was the name of the Union strategy that kept Southerners from using their ports for trade?
    Union Blockade
    Boa Constrictor Plan
    Fire and Rain
    Shock and Awe
  • Q11
    The Atlanta Campaign was important because
    Atlanta was a cultural center
    Atlanta was a major supply depot & transportation hub
    Atlanta was the capitol of the Confederacy
    Atlanta was a major port city
  • Q12
    How was Lincoln's plan for reconstruction described by Republicans
    too harsh
    too difficult
    too lenient
  • Q13
    Which of the following does NOT describe the Congressional Plan for Reconstruction?
    passed by radical Republicans
    GA placed under military control
    10% must take an oath of allegiance
    required to ratify the 14th & 15th amendments
  • Q14
    Why did former slaves continue to work for former masters as sharecroppers or tenant farmers?
    Farmers needed workers; former slaves needed job & they already knew how to farm
    Former slaves preferred farm work over other types of employment
    Freedmen were offered great pay for their work as laborers
  • Q15
    What were the differences between Sharecroppers and tenant farmers?
    Tenant farmers worked for a share of the crops & were often in debt; share croppers rented land from farmers & kept more of their crops
    Share croppers worked for a share of the crops & were often in debt; tenant farmers rented land from farmers & kept more of their crop
    Share croppers earned more money than tenant farmers.

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