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History Alive Chapter 13: A Growing Sense of Nationhood Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why might a national church have upset people in the early 19th century?

Question 2 2. A merchant living in the interior of America in the early 1800s would mostly use _____ to transport his goods to markets in the east.

Question 3 3. What was the purpose of normal schools in the year 1823?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is TRUE of American cities in the early to mid-1800s?

Question 5 5. What was the major difference between the Federalist party and the Democratic-Republican party in the early 19th century?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following statements accurately reflects the governments stance towards slavery in the early 18th century?

Question 7 7. How did religion affect slaves in the early 19th century?

Question 8 8. What role did American corporations play in the early 1800s?

Question 9 9. What did Thomas Jefferson believe was essential for preserving democratic rights?

Question 10 10. Why did Congress feel the need to establish the Northwest Ordinance?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following is FALSE about education in early America?

Question 12 12. How is the work of Noah Webster different from Washington Irving?

Question 13 13. What statement appropriately analyzes the population in the United States during the 18th century?

Question 14 14. How did the Louisiana Purchase affect the United States?

Question 15 15. Which of the following did NOT contribute to America's population increase during the early 1800s?

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Question 16 16. What works did Horace Mann perform?

Question 17 17. Why did people suddenly become concerned with curing societal ills in the early 19th century?

Question 18 18. Richard was a manufacturer from Massachusetts in 1810. He was a Protestant who regularly attended his local church. Based on this description, what political party do you think Richard belonged to, and how do you know that?

Question 19 19. Why did Native Americans fight alongside the British in the War of 1812?

Question 20 20. Based on the following chart, how did the U.S. population change between 1790-1860?

History Alive Chapter 13: A Growing Sense of Nationhood Chapter Exam Instructions

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