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Unit V ASSESSMENT SEE ATTACHMENT You may open this assessment multiple times, but you may only submit it once. You are encouraged to print the assessment and prepare your answers offline. Alternativel
UNIT V ASSESSMENT QUESTION 1 Who was a member of the Federalist political party? Benjamin Franklin John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison 5 points    QUESTION 2 Which of the following was not a factor leading to the Louisiana Purchase? Outbreak of Yellow Fever along the Mississippi River Slave uprising in Haiti Potential for war on American soil Napoleon’s complete disinterest in American territory 5 points    QUESTION 3 Which is the good description of the workers who would be employed at one of the textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts in the early 19th century? Indentured servants from Great Britain working to win their freedom Young men who found freedom in the rowdy lifestyle of mill work Young farm women whose behavior was closely monitored Artisans who shared their knowledge in exchange for part ownership in the company 5 points    QUESTION 4 What battle inspired the writing of the words of the poem that would eventually become the song the “The Star-Spangled Banner”? Saratoga Fort Moultrie Fort McHenry Charleston 5 points    QUESTION 5 Known as the “presidentress,” this First Lady is considered the first real example of a Republican mother in the White House. Martha Washington Abigail Adams Dolley Madison Elizabeth Monroe 5 points    QUESTION 6 The national highway, also known as the National (Cumberland) Road, which began construction in 1811, stretched from: Georgia to New York. Maryland to Illinois. New Orleans to St. Louis. Hudson River to the Missouri River. 5 points    QUESTION 7 Which of the following was not part of the Transportation Revolution? A national port authority A canal system A steam-powered railroad system A national road 5 points    QUESTION 8 Chartered in 1817 and opening in 1825, the Erie Canal connected: the Great Lakes to the Hudson River. the Missouri River to the Port of New Orleans. the Mississippi River to the Hudson River. the Great Lakes to the Missouri River. 5 points    QUESTION 9 Motivations for Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s expedition across the Louisiana Purchase to the Pacific Ocean included all of the following except: checking for potential hostilities. establishing friendly relations in tribal lands. mapping the territory. establish settlements where deemed possible. 5 points    QUESTION 10 The “Revolution of 1800” refers to what? The Quasi-War between the United States and France The increasing pressures between Great Britain and the United States A growth of industrial innovation near the turn of the century The election of Thomas Jefferson as president 5 points    QUESTION 11 Texans defeated the army of General Antonio López de Santa Anna at which battle? The Alamo San Jacinto Nacogdoches Austin 5 points    QUESTION 12 Which U.S. president, in an attempt to unite the country, famously said, “We are all republicans, we are all federalists”? George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison 5 points    QUESTION 13 The president utilized the power of which act or acts to deport immigrants without trial? The Alien Acts The Sedition Act The Stamp Act The Whiskey Act 5 points    QUESTION 14 Robert Fulton was the inventor of what influential new technology that transformed life during the early 1800s? The mechanical reaper Machine tools The cotton gin The steamship engine 5 points    QUESTION 15 As part of the presidential election of 1824, the “corrupt bargain” led to all of the following outcomes except: Henry Clay offering his support to John Quincy Adams in exchange for serving as his Secretary of State Andrew Jackson losing the 1824 election despite winning the popular votes Andrew Jackson allowed to use the “corrupt bargain” as a political frame for his 1828 campaign, calling it the work of the political elites The addition of the Twelfth Amendment to the Constitution 5 points    QUESTION 16 Place the following technological innovations or economic factors that impacted America’s socioeconomic environment in correct chronological order.                                                        After allocating $30,000 for a telegraph line to connect Washington DC to Baltimore, following the B & O railroad line, Samuel Morse sent the first telegraph message on this new communication system using Morse code.                                                        Massachusetts native, Eli Whitney, contributed to the mechanism known as the cotton gin, speeding up the production of cotton.                                                        France Cabot Lowell founded Boston Manufacturing Company; the textile mills provided new employment opportunities for young women.                                                        The first steamship was invented. The first steamship, the Clermont, which used paddle wheels, traveled from New York to Albany (150 miles) in 32 hours, which was a record time!                                                        Workers in the Lowell mills organized a “turn out” also known as a strike to protest challenging work conditions and unfair wages. 10 points    QUESTION 17 This unit discussed the various social, economic, and political changes of the early 19th century. Identify and briefly describe one change discussed in this unit. How did this change have a positive or negative impact on society? Your response must be at least 300 words in length. For the toolbar, press ALT+F10 (PC) or ALT+FN+F10 (Mac).