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Unit 4 Final Assessment: Antebellum America & Divisive Events

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  • Q1

    The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 required that ___.

    escaped slaves be given their freedom if they made it across a state's boundary

    slave catchers be given a reward for their services

    anyone helping an escaped slave be fined or imprisoned

    escaped slaves be transported to Canada

  • Q2

    What was the main reason Stephen A. Douglas wanted Kansas and Nebraska organized into territories?

    He wanted to make it easier to build a transcontinental railroad.

    He wanted to stop the spread of slavery.

    He planned to increase the spread slavery.

    He desired to add additional states to the Union.

  • Q3

    Kansas was called “Bleeding Kansas” because ____.

    of conflicts between settlers and the U.S. Army

    of violent conflicts between pro-slavery and anti-slavery settlers in the territory

    of riots caused by legislators making unfair laws for the area

    of continued violence between settlers and Native Americans

  • Q4

    People who worked to end slavery, even by breaking laws,  were called ___.





  • Q5

    Which of the following statements is not true about the Republican Party?

    The Republican Party was formed in response to the Kansas-Nebraska Act.

    The Republican Party's first presidential winner was elected in 1860.

    The Republican Party's members wanted to keep slavery out of the western territories.

    The Republican Party was the first political party ever formed in the United States.


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