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Global Americans Volume 1

History

Quiz 12 :
Expansion, Slavery, and the Coming of the Civil War, 1848-1861

Quiz 12 :
Expansion, Slavery, and the Coming of the Civil War, 1848-1861

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California became so populated during the Gold Rush that it skipped territorial status and qualified for statehood.​
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Americans welcomed the news of the Revolutions of 1848 with massive rallies in several American cities.
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The Revolutions of 1848 were permanent and lead to long-established republics.​
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Americans built the first transcontinental railroad outside the nation's borders.​
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Martin Delaney advanced the notion that free blacks and runaway slaves build a black homeland in Central America and West Africa.
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After the Compromise of 1850, there was a major realignment within the United States' major political parties.​
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Political machines relied on rewards to gain voter loyalty.​
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John Brown emerged from his raid on Harper's Ferryas a national hero and lived to see the conclusion of the Civil War.
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The border states seceded from the Union right after South Carolina.​
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The Crittenden Compromise postponed secession for two years.​
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The Wilmot Proviso​
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The Free Soil Party appealed to all of the following except
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Which of the following is true about the Compromise of 1850?​
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The principle of free soil promoted​
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The election of 1852 was won by
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The principle of popular sovereignty argued that ultimately, _______________ ____  should have the power to decide whether or not there would be slavery in a particular territory.​
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Young America promoted​
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The Revolutions of 1848 spread through​
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The Revolutions of 1848 promoted​
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The Communist Manifesto was published by
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