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    Which of these occurred during early U.S. industrialization? 8.28(B)

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    Manufacturers instituted a five-day workweek.

    Labor laws required factories to provide a safe working environment.

    Workers were required to attend schools to develop technical skills.

    Production of goods transitioned from homes to factories.

    2. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    How did the growth of these organizations most affect the role of women in U.S. society? 8.24(A)

    answer choices

    By providing economic opportunities for women in urban areas

    By expanding the participation of women in social reform

    By increasing the number of women teachers in rural areas

    By securing the establishment of private universities for women

    3. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    Between 1846 and 1855 the population of Ireland decreased by a third, including the approximately 1.5 million Irish immigrants who left for the United States. What was the primary reason for this migration? 8.23(A)

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    Massive unemployment resulting from British occupation

    Political unrest during an economic recession

    Famine caused by a major crop failure

    Civil war between Catholics and Protestants

    4. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    The Hudson River School artists were influenced by the — 8.26(A)

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    success of social reform movements in the United States

    migration of settlers to the U.S. frontier

    natural landscape of the United States

    environmental effects of U.S. industrialization

    5. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    These environmental modifications were made in order to construct — 8.11(B)

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    permanent housing for immigrants in urban areas

    canals that linked the Midwest to the Northeast

    a transcontinental railroad

    a harbor on the Mississippi River

    6. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    Which factor accounts for this trend? 8.13(B)

    answer choices

    The Second Great Awakening motivated people to join reform movements.

    Manifest Destiny inspired many people to become homesteaders.

    Jacksonian Democracy allowed more people to vote in elections.

    The Industrial Revolution encouraged people to pursue jobs in cities.

    7. Multiple-choice 2 minutes Q.

    These innovations in agriculture and industry resulted in — 8.28(A)

    answer choices

    higher consumer costs

    decreased profits for investors

    less consumer choice

    more efficient production of goods

    8. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    Which factor encouraged more immigrants to settle in northern states than southern states during the mid-nineteenth century? 8.10(B)

    answer choices

    Northern states had lower population densities.

    Citizenship requirements in southern states were not as strict.

    Southern states had smaller industrial sectors.

    Governments in northern states were less corrupt.

    9. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    The completion of the Erie Canal played a key role in which development? 8.10(C)

    answer choices

    New York City becoming a vital commercial center with the country’s busiest seaport

    New Orleans becoming a leader in manufacturing and overseas trade

    Washington, D.C., becoming the cultural and political center of the nation

    Boston becoming one of the country’s largest transportation hubs

    10. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    Which sentence best completes this diagram? 8.23(B)

    answer choices

    Cities grew rapidly.

    Demand for artisans increased.

    Farms experienced a shortage of labor.

    Government regulation of factories increased.

    11. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    One environmental consequence of the large-scale cultivation of cotton in the South was — 8.11(B)

    answer choices

    widespread soil exhaustion caused by decades of farming

    drought caused by overuse of river water to irrigate farmland

    air pollution caused by the use of cotton gins

    widespread water contamination caused by fertilizer runoff

    12. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    How did advancements in industrial technologies affect businesses during the late nineteenth century? 8.27(C)

    answer choices

    By making handcrafted goods more affordable

    By improving production methods and increasing competition

    By forcing producers to manufacture multiple products

    By causing an increase in wages for factory workers

    13. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    One result of the trend shown in this table was the — 8.13(B)

    answer choices

    expansion of available labor

    creation of specialized trade guilds

    decrease in educational opportunities for women

    increase in production costs for manufacturers

    14. Multiple-choice 1 minute Q.

    The invention discussed in this article led directly to — 8.27(D)

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    What was significant about 1607?

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    History and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of Republican government. . . . It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances. —President George Washington's Farewell Address, 1796

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    What was significant about 1607?

    Jamestown-first permanent English settlement

    History and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of Republican government. . . . It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliances. —President George Washington's Farewell Address, 1796

    The idea expressed in this quote is that the United States should avoid —

    becoming involved in the political affairs of other countries

    Susan B. Anthony

    Why did Congress honor this woman by putting her on a coin?

    Because she fought for women's suffrage

    [The] production of goods moved from home businesses, where products were generally crafted by hand, to . . . production in factories. This revolution, which involved major changes in transportation, manufacturing, and communications, transformed the daily lives of Americans as much as . . . any single event in U.S. history. —"The Industrial Revolution in the United States," The Library of

    Congress, www.loc.gov (accessed February 21, 2014)

    Which of the following was most responsible for the revolution described in this excerpt?

    Rapid technological innovation

    Which law would be considered unconstitutional on the basis of First Amendment guarantees?

    A prohibition on electing religious leaders to government office

    • The Missouri Compromise

    • The Compromise of 1850

    • The Kansas-Nebraska Act

    What was the fundamental question addressed in each of these congressional acts?

    Should slave labor be allowed in new states?

    A number of brave & resolute men, determined to do all in their power to save their country from the ruin which their enemies had plotted, in less than four hours, emptied every chest of tea on board the three ships commanded by the captains Hall, Bruce, and Coffin, amounting to 342 chests, into the sea!! without the

    least damage done to the ships or any other property. The matters and owners are well pleas'd that their ships are thus clear'd; and the people are almost universally congratulating each other on this happy event.

    —Boston Gazette, 1773

    The actions described in this excerpt were carried out in order to —

    protest British taxation policies

    How did the growth of the railway system during the nineteenth century affect the U.S. economy?

    By helping expand the commercial markets of U.S. companies


    • The potential for new markets

    • An abundance of inexpensive farmland

    • The discovery of gold

    Which title best completes this list?

    Economic Motives for Manifest Destiny Policies

    The reform efforts of Dorothea Dix during the mid-nineteenth century led to —

    improved facilities for the mentally ill and disabled

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    The American Revolution, 1763

    Explore important topics and moments in U.S. history through historical primary sources from the Library of Congress.

    The American Revolution, 1763 - 1783


    Until the end of the Seven Years' War in 1763, few colonists in British North America objected to their place in the British Empire.

    British Reforms and Colonial Resistance, 1763-1766

    When the French and Indian War finally ended in 1763, no British subject on either side of the Atlantic could have foreseen the coming conflicts between the parent country and its North American colonies.

    British Reforms and Colonial Resistance, 1767-1772

    Even after the repeal of the Stamp Act, many colonists still had grievances with British colonial policies.

    The Colonies Move Toward Open Rebellion, 1773-1774

    After the Boston Massacre and the repeal of most of the Townshend Duties (the duty on tea remained in force), a period of relative quiet descended on the British North American colonies. Even so, the crises of the past decade had created incompatible mindsets on opposite sides of the Atlantic.

    First Shots of War, 1775

    For some months, people in the colonies had been gathering arms and powder and had been training to fight the British, if necessary, at a moment's notice.

    Creating a Continental Army

    According to Washington's aide Alexander Hamilton, the military strategy the General would pursue throughout the Revolutionary War would be to preserve a good army, to take advantage of favorable opportunities, and waste and defeat the enemy by piecemeal.

    Revolutionary War: Northern Front, 1775-1777

    In the first eighteen months of armed conflict with the British (the conflict would not become a "war for independence" until July 4, 1776), Washington had begun to create an army and forced the British army in Boston to evacuate that city in March 1776.

    Revolutionary War: The Turning Point, 1776-1777

    In 1777, the British were still in excellent position to quell the rebellion. Had it not been for a variety of mistakes, they probably could have won the war.

    Revolutionary War: Southern Phase, 1778-1781

    The Continental victory at Saratoga in 1777 and the Treaty with the French in 1778 transformed the war, especially for the British.

    Revolutionary War: The Home Front

    Defining a "home front" in the Revolutionary War is difficult because so much of the thirteen states became, at one time or another, an actual theater of war.

    Revolutionary War: Groping Toward Peace, 1781-1783

    The year 1781 was momentous for the American Revolution.

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