AP US History: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

Which were the most common motivators for European exploration in the time of Columbus?

I. Gold

II. Guns

III. God

IV. Glory

Question 2 2. Which theory would have contributed to longer-lasting and more severe droughts?

Question 3 3. At which battle was Confederate Major General Jeb Stuart mortally wounded?

Question 4 4. How did Alfred Thayer Mahan affect American imperialism?

Question 5 5. After reading an informational text, what should you NOT do?

Question 6 6. What was the famous nickname of the Hughes H-4 Hercules that Hughes built during the Second World War?

Question 7 7. What was the approximate modern-day extent of New France at its height?

Question 8 8. Which president did Gerry serve under when he was vice president?

Question 9 9. The Cold War was a period of tension between the United States and Soviet Union. Which of the following did this period encompass?

Question 10 10. What was the Manhattan Project?

Question 11 11. The _____ are generally responsible for deciding which nations are recognized as having sovereign status.

Question 12 12. World War I was ended by?

Question 13 13. Who won the 1992 presidential election?

Question 14 14. The term 'nativism' can best be described as

Question 15 15. What task did George Washington assign to Baron von Steuben when he joined him at Valley Forge?

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