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What were the Southern states called in the Civil War?
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What were the Northern states called in the Civil War?
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What does the term 'abolitionism' refer to?
The movement to end slavery
The pro-slavery movement
The Western migration
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The case of Brown v. Board of Education dealt with ________.
the Great Migration
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What era followed the American Civil War?
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Who was the president during the Civil War?
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What were the main cash crops in the Southern colonies?
Corn and sugar
Wheat and opium
Tobacco and cotton
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Issues over ________ led to the American Civil War.
the industrial revolution
slavery and central power
pollution and global warming
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What was the executive order that freed millions of slaves?
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Liberation Declaration
The Order of Freedom
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Who was famous for refusing to give up her seat on the bus?
Susan B. Anthony
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Which of the following battles took place during the Texas Revolution?
Siege of Yorktown
Battle of Blackwater Bay
Battle of the Alamo
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The Antebellum Era was marked by _________.
an era of economic growth in the South
George Washington's presidency
the longest period of drought in the South
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What invention significantly changed agriculture in the South?
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The 'Lost Colony' refers to the early settlers of ________.
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The ________ was a precursor to the U.S. Constitution written by the South.
Laws of New America
Codex of Civil Conduct
Articles of Confederation
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What was the first permanent British colony in the Americas?
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General Robert E. Lee surrendered to ____________ at Appomattox
William Tecumseh Sherman
General Ulysses S. Grant
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What was the importance of the Louisiana Purchase?
Both of these
It solidified France and the U.S.'s relationship
It doubled the size of the U.S.
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The "Trail of Tears" is a reference to _____________
the forced removal and relocation of Native Americans
The use and exploitation of slaves for labor
The march for women's rights from Alabama to New York
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What was the first state to secede from the Union?
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What was the Underground Railroad?
An underground tunnel used by slave owners
A railroad used only by Union soldiers
A network of secret routes used to help slaves in Southern states escape
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Who assassinated President Lincoln?
John Wilkes Booth
Robert E. Lee
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