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High School US History Syllabus Resource & Lesson Plans Final Exam

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Question 1 1. What was an unintended consequence of the Embargo of 1807?

Question 2 2. After the election of 1828, Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams:

Question 3 3. How did new communication technologies in the late 1800s affect society?

Question 4 4. Why were most colonies protesting?

Question 5 5. Why did the Second Industrial Revolution take place?

Question 6 6. Which was a result of the Glorious Revolution'?

Question 7 7. The Bill of Rights

Question 8 8. Why was the 1875 Page Act introduced?

Question 9 9. What is a Black Code?

Question 10 10. In early America, why were slaves from Caribbean the preferred choice when compared to Native Americans?

Question 11 11.

How did churches represent progress for African Americans after the Civil War?

I. They were the first institutions fully controlled by blacks for themselves.

II. They helped organize and advocate for many social and political activities.

III. They welcomed blacks for the first time into Christianity.

Question 12 12. Around which event did all of Jefferson's foreign policy issues revolve?

Question 13 13. What was the Compromise of 1877?

Question 14 14. The United States of America entered World War I in

Question 15 15. What was the purpose of the Gentlemen's Agreement between Japan and the U.S.?

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