Life in Antebellum America: Help and Review Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why would most Americans have been unlikely to read a Douay Bible in the 19th century?

Question 2 2. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott advocated for women's rights after their involvement in what other reform movement?

Question 3 3. Which city had the largest population of free blacks in the antebellum era?

Question 4 4. The temperance movement was also linked with…

Question 5 5. William Lloyd Garrison, founder of the American Anti Slavery Society, wrote _____.

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Question 6 6. Brook Farm and the Oneida colony were both examples of which of the following?

Question 7 7. The Middle Passage was _____.

Question 8 8. Frederick Douglas, an ex-slave known for his writing and great speeches, wrote _____.

Question 9 9. Which was America's first coeducational college?

Question 10 10. Most of Lowell's factory girls came from {Blank]}.

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Question 11 11. Which best describes Southern U.S. society in the antebellum era?

Question 12 12. How did the environmental differences of the North and the South of the U.S. impact their economies in the antebellum period?

Question 13 13.

Who were well-known transcendental writers?

I. Henry David Thoreau

II. Albert Bierstadt

III. Charles Blondin

IV. Ralph Waldo Emerson

V. Edgar Allan Poe

Question 14 14.

Which were hindrances to building railroads in the early 19th century?

I. Turnpike operators opposed it.

II. Canal building had sapped state funds.

III. Passengers were scared to ride on trains.

IV. The Panic of 1837 limited private funding.

Question 15 15. What is wage slavery?

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Question 16 16. Why did the North focus its efforts on industrialization rather than cash crops during the antebellum era?

Question 17 17. Which was an important direct effect of industrialization?

Question 18 18. David Walker, who predated the Abolitionist Movement and advocated violence in ending slavery wrote _____.

Question 19 19. Which best describes the federal government's position on building transportation networks?

Question 20 20. After mid-century, which was the most important means of transportation through the interior of the nation?

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Question 21 21. Which of the following was NOT part of the slave trade?

Question 22 22. Which of the following compares the slave revolt led by Denmark Vesey with that of Nat Turner?

Question 23 23. Which is TRUE of Southern industry in the antebellum era of the U.S.?

Question 24 24. Which one of the following is true about the Slave Code?

Question 25 25. Dorothea Dix was important for her work in what movement in the antebellum era?

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Question 26 26. In early America, why were slaves from Caribbean the preferred choice when compared to Native Americans?

Question 27 27. Who was an artist that revolutionized communications technology?

Question 28 28. In the U.S. antebellum period, slaves in the task system worked until the task was completed. Which type of slave was most likely to work under the task system?

Question 29 29. Which of these authors wrote for girls on themes such as femininity?

Question 30 30. In the interior of the nation, which was the most important means of shipping in the early 19th century?

Life in Antebellum America: Help and Review Chapter Exam Instructions

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